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Take your education and career to the next level with a graduate degree at UW-Stout.
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Go Further With a Graduate Degree

We have over 20 distinctive, highly-regarded advanced degree programs. Our campus is a small, tightly knit community, and our graduates enjoy big results from their investment in a UW-Stout education.

Each degree at UW-Stout has specific admission guidelines. Our friendly and helpful staff are here to help you navigate the nuances of the application process. We want you to successfully find your way onto our beautiful campus! And beyond that, we want you to enjoy a challenging, rewarding program that will serve you in your future.

Unique and Flexible Programs

We're proud to offer a variety of degrees that are unique, results-oriented, and fit the needs of working professionals. Throughout our programs you'll find:

  • Award-winning faculty who have real industry experience.
  • Flexible curriculum that can be completed fully online or through hybrid delivery.
  • Practical, applied learning experiences.
  • Exceptional facilities and labs at your disposal on campus.
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We have over 20 unique advanced degree programs at UW-Stout.

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Commencement coordinator also takes part in the celebration

At University of Wisconsin-Stout’s commencement Saturday, Dec. 15, one graduate had the distinction of not only earning a degree but also planning the ceremony.

Reminiscence Speaker Series returning Nov. 15 at new site

The Reminiscence Speaker Series at University of Wisconsin-Stout is returning and will be held at new venue.

Two recent graduates receive special UW System honors

Two recent University of Wisconsin-Stout graduates have received special state recognition and will be honored Thursday, Nov. 8, at a ceremony in Madison hosted