UW-Green Bay will offer Bachelor of Science in Nursing starting in 2020. NBC26 had coverage.
The campus learned of the passing of alumna Sandra “Sandie” M. Scott, June 17, 2018. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from the UW-Green Bay Extended Degree Program. Scott served on the Extended Degree Alumni Board for several years. She also served as the past president and was a board member of the […]
UW-Green Bay’s new online bachelor’s degree program in Health Information Management and Technology received good news Thursday afternoon: initial accreditation by the national accrediting agency. The decision by the Commission on Health Informatics and Information Management was relayed to campus by UW Extension, which coordinates the HIMT program offered in collaboration by Extension and UW […]
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is currently enrolling students for fall of 2015 in three new Engineering Technology programs. The new programs in Electrical, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering Technology will lead to a bachelor of science degree and are designed to make a high-demand field more easily accessible to students in the New North region while […]
UW-Green Bay has seen an increasing number of alumni who loved their campus so much, they returned for a second degree. A recent review of the Advancement Office’s alumni database shows 454 people with dual degrees from UWGB. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time to share a few tales […]
We can’t vouch for the validity of the study or the accuracy of the sources, but it’s still nice to see some positive talk related to higher education these days. The online publication Inside Higher Ed reports on a recent federal jobs report showing “a rock-bottom” unemployment rate of 2.8 percent for workers who hold […]
A newly reinvigorated partnership between the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s Adult Degree Program and Wausau-based Northcentral Technical College is bringing NTC grads “One Degree Closer” to earning their bachelor’s degree, thanks to a guaranteed credit transfer agreement between the two institutions.
A program starting this fall will make it easier for students from the Wausau-based Northcentral Technical College to transfer in at junior status and earn bachelor’s degrees from UW-Green Bay.