UW-Stout, Wisconsin's Polytechnic University, offers a technology-driven, hands-on education deeply rooted in career-focused applied learning and research. And the value of our education is reflected in the near-perfect rate of graduate employment within six months and informed continuously through the 750+ business and industry relationships we hold with national and regional leaders.
Our 45+ industry-aligned undergraduate majors and 60+ minors prepare graduates to do more in their careers from day one. Many of our polytechnic programs are unique to UW-Stout or offered nowhere else in the Midwest.
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Undergraduate Degrees, Graduate Degrees & Professional Certificates
All of our undergraduate degrees are grouped by six career clusters to help you navigate your path. Or, you can also use our program search to select a delivery format or browse options by degree type. But if you still aren’t certain about which path to choose when you come to Stout, don’t worry! We have the resources available to help guide you.
Teaching minors indicated below with an asterisk (*), are state-approved programs for teacher certification for teaching at the secondary and/or elementary level.
It is redundant to declare a major and a minor/concentration in the same field, and therefore not permitted. Please reference the Minors Matrix PDF document to verify whether a particular minor or concentration is not permitted with your selected major and/or concentration.
UW-Stout's health sciences programsoffer courses that fulfill the requirements of professional study in the highly competitive health science fields. The following Bachelor of Science degrees can assist you in reaching your goal:
Our pre-professional advisors will help you plan ahead to show high academic achievement, prepare for entrance exams, and build a strong application to the graduate or professional school of your choice.
There is no single set of courses which specifically prepares someone for law school and a subsequent legal career. The Official Guide to U.S. Law Schools encourages pre-law students “to fill your undergraduate curriculum with broad, diverse, and challenging courses.” UW-Stout’s general education requirements provide students with an opportunity to take such classes during their freshman and sophomore years.
Whether you're looking to broaden your professional potential, pursue an additional area of study or punctuate your degree with a professional certification, UW-Stout's professional undergraduate certificate programs offer the additional knowledge, skills, and experience. The following certificates can be earned as a stand-alone program or in addition to your undergraduate degree.
If you are a first-year, transfer, returning-adult or international students who is interested in pursuing an undergraduate-level degree program at UW-Stout, we encourage you to review relevant application processes on UW-Stout's admission pages. You can also explore courses and other information on UW-Stout's University Bulletin.