Improve your career opportunities in as little as two years with UW-Superior’s online degree in Business Administration - Management Concentration.
Find out what makes UW-Superior’s completely online Business Administration – Management program the perfect first step for a variety of career choices. Convenient 8-week modules that fit your schedule, affordable tuition and outstanding faculty set UW-Superior apart from the rest. In fact, 96% of graduates hold a job in their field or have gone on to continue their education. If you’re transferring from another institution, a dedicated transfer specialist will review your transcripts and work closely with you to ensure a smooth transition. Complete the form to learn more about how the online Business Administration – Management program can help you Be Superior!
This program offers a strong foundation to set you up for success in your desired area of focus - whether it be in general management, human resources, purchasing, marketing management, sales management or other leadership positions.
The courses are personalized, interactive and led by instructors with real-world business experience. Previous credits taken as well as previous professional experience and training can count toward your degree requirements. If you have completed an AA or AS degree, you could already be halfway to getting your Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.
Unlock your potential with a Superior degree offered online and designed for your busy lifestyle.
Enrollment Timeline and Application Process
|Summer I||May 21, 2017||May 7, 2017||June 5, 2017|
|Summer II||Not available||Not available||Not available|
|Fall I||September 3, 2017||August 20, 2017||September 13, 2017|
|Fall II||October 29, 2017||September 4, 2017||October 29, 2017|
|Spring I||January 21, 2018||January 7, 2018||January 30, 2018|
|Spring II||March 18, 2018||March 4, 2018||March 18, 2018|
The online degree in Business Management Concentration offers two start dates within each term (except in the Summer). Students interested in beginning this academic program in March or October (Semester II start dates for Spring and Fall semesters) must complete the following steps:
Complete the online admissions application and select the appropriate term (Spring, Summer or Fall). Note that the online admissions application does not list the Semester II start dates in March or October. If the term does not appear in the drop down list, select the next available term. In the comments field at the end of the admission application, enter the specific term (Summer I, Summer II, Fall I, Fall II, Spring I or Spring II) in which you want to start.
If you have any questions about the admissions application, contact Brenda Engstrom in the Office of Admissions or call 715-394-8098.