Management and administration schools in Wisconsin offer a variety of degree programs. Bachelor’s degrees can be completed in four years, while master’s degrees can be completed in six years. Master’s degrees require that students obtain a bachelor’s degree in an area of discipline before applying to the program. Most students pursuing a master’s degree in management and administration have obtained a business or legal related bachelor’s degree. Some Wisconsin schools offer a two-year associate’s degree but this program is less common than the bachelor’s degree program. The job prospects are promising for this field, due to an increased demand for managers and leaders within companies and organizations.
- Criminal Justice B.S.
- Criminal Justice A.A.S.
- Business Administration Emphasis in Pre-Law B.S.