Earn your management degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Our management program is part of an AACSB accredited business school, placing UW-Eau Claire on the leading edge for teaching programs like management. With a general management degree, you’ll learn skills in teamwork, leadership, and communication, all of which are highly valued by employers looking to hire management majors.
Management majors have the opportunity to apply for a variety of scholarships offered through the UW-Eau Claire Foundation. Donors from a variety of backgrounds have a passion for helping Blugolds succeed.
The management program specifically offers thousands of dollars in a variety of scholarships based on academic standing, financial need, high school location and extracurricular involvement. Money is donated by community members and UW-Eau Claire alumni annually to support students like you in paying for college. In addition to the management specific scholarships, you are welcome to apply to the other general business scholarships available to all College of Business majors.
Learn more about what resources are available to you by checking out our scholarships page.
Financial aid at UW-Eau Claire
No matter what you are studying, one of our top priorities at UW-Eau Claire is making your college education affordable. Our financial aid staff at Blugold Central is committed to helping you get the most out of your management degree. We want you to feel safe and supported on campus, and we know that making your education affordable can help aid in that process.
Learn more about the financial aid process at UWEC
- Program length: Four years
- Availability: Campus
- Management minor
- The Association for Operations Management (APICS)
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
Accreditation information: Accredited by AACSB International, a mark of excellence achieved by less than 5% of all business schools worldwide
With a management degree from UW-Eau Claire, you will be prepared for success in the real world. Whether you are studying general management or has an emphasis like human resources or entrepreneurship, you will dive deep into liberal arts courses and learn specific business and management knowledge. Our management majors are encouraged to discover new ways of thinking.
You will be engaged. As a management major you will have the opportunity to learn experientially through obtaining internships, participating in study abroad, or joining student clubs and organizations. By learning outside of the classroom, you will gain experiences that will set you apart in the real world.
You will develop leadership skills. Our students are active in national professional organizations like APICS, the association for operations management, Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and the Society for Human Resource Managers, where they attend regional and national conferences and competitions. Members of the UW-Eau Claire chapters of APICS and SHRM have worked hard to achieve national recognition for their groups. Students may also elect to join general business organizations like Beta Upsilon Sigma and Collegiate DECA. These organizations are on the leading edge to explore innovation in all aspects of business.
With a management bachelor’s degree, you will have the fundamental tools essential to a variety of careers and professions. You'll feel empowered to succeed in a management profession and motivated to show individuals what it's like to lead in a brilliant and awe-inspiring way.
Where are management degree alumni now?
- Operations Manager; Amazon Customer Service; Louisville, Kentucky
- Senior Analyst; 3M; Maplewood, Minnesota
- Management Supervisor; Catapult Marketing; Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Business analyst
- Marketing manager
- Natural sciences manager
- Financial manager
- Sales manager
- Data scientist
Getting involved in student organizations on campus, networking with my peers and superiors, attending all Career Conferences, and having an internship all lead to my success.
The management program at UW-Eau Claire consists of core liberal arts courses and classes specific to learning management principles.
Graduation requirements for management degree
Liberal Education Core (36 credits)
Proficiency Requirements (14 credits)
Business Core Classes (28 credits)
Required Classes for General Management Major (15 credits)
General Management Electives (17 credits)
View more in course catalog.
Top classes for management degree majors
Advanced Organizational Behavior