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Contact the advisor for your program

The next step for second degree students after being accepted is to contact the advisor for their program to discuss their academic plans and course selection prior to registration. Select your college below and then locate the advisor for your program.

College of Arts and Sciences (Liberal Arts)

American Indian Studies

Art & Design



Communications & Journalism

Computer Science

  • Alex Smith
    Alex Smith
    Computer Science | Mathematics

    Professor | Department Chair, Computer Science | Academic Director, Data Science

Criminal Justice



Geography & Anthropology




Latin American Studies

Liberal Studies

Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering

  • Doug Dunham
    Dr. Doug Dunham
    Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering | Materials Science + Engineering Center

    Interim Director of Strategic Partnerships and Program Development | Chair, Materials Science and Biomedical Engineering | Director, Materials Science & Engineering Center, | Professor


Music & Theatre Arts

Philosophy & Religious Studies

Physics & Astronomy

Political Science


Public Health and Environmental Studies

  • James Boulter
    James E Boulter, Ph.D. (he/him/his)
    Public Health and Environmental Studies | Chemistry and Biochemistry

    Department Chairperson

    Dr. James Boulter is a professor of chemistry and the chair of UW-Eau Claire’s Public Health and Environmental Studies department. His Ph.D. is in analytical chemistry with an emphasis in atmospheric sciences from the University of Colorado-Boulder. His areas of teaching and scholarship include air pollution, climate change, and sustainability.



Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

College of Business

Accounting and Finance

Business Communication and Information Systems

Health Care Administration

Management and Leadership Programs

Marketing and Supply Chain Management

College of Education and Human Sciences

Elementary and Secondary Education

Special Education

Unified Early Childhood Certification

  • Professional portrait of Kirstin Rossi
    Dr. Kirstin Rossi, Ed.D. (she/her/hers)
    Special Education and Inclusive Practices

    Associate Professor

    Dr. Kirstin Rossi joined the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire in 2015. She is an associate professor within the Special Education and Inclusive Practices (SEIP) department. Within the SEIP department, she is the coordinator of the Unified Early Childhood program and teaches a variety of courses in the areas of special education, early childhood education, play and sensory pedagogy, English language learners, cultural diversity, and collaboration.

Special Education & Elementary/Middle Teaching, Online (Transition to Teaching)

Communication Sciences and Disorders


Social Work

College of Nursing and Health Sciences


Nursing (Collaborative/BSN Completion/BSN@Home)

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