UW Oshkosh expands MBA offerings to UWO Fox Cities Campus

The UW Oshkosh College of Business will offer classes leading to its Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) on the UWO Fox Cities Campus, located at 1478 Midway Road in Menasha, starting fall of 2022.

The UW Oshkosh MBA Program features flexible options for working adults through a variety of class formats, program offerings and locations. Students will now have the opportunity to take classes in Menasha and Oshkosh, in addition to a fully online format. For students pursuing their MBA graduate degree with UWO, the convenience of multiple Fox Valley locations adds accessibility close to work and home.

MBA classes are held on weeknights, with classrooms available for traditional use during the day. To provide enhanced classroom space for MBA students, upgraded technology was installed, including projectors, webcams, document cameras and touch screen technology controllers. The College of Business donated technology, furniture and artwork as part of the enhancement of the new teaching and learning spaces.

“We are thrilled that the College of Business is extending its resources to the UWO Fox Cities campus in bringing its highly regarded MBA program to us,” explained Martin Rudd, assistant chancellor for access campuses. “Our prime visibility close to major highways systems in the heart of the Fox Cities will make this location convenient for those attending classes. UWO continues to explore ways to offer its degrees, certificates and other valuable credentials throughout our region and online.”
In 2018, UW System Restructuring developed the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with three locations. Expanding access to UWO degree programs, including graduate level offerings at the UWO Fox Cities Campus supports the one university model and continues to enhance the regional presence of UWO in an area that has a robust business community.

“The College of Business is delighted to partner with UW Oshkosh Fox Cities Campus to bring graduate level, AACSB-accredited business education, to the region,” explained College of Business Dean Barbara Rau. “Students will have access to world class professors and instructors whose research and professional practice is dedicated to building engaging programs, providing profound personal and professional development opportunities for students, making advances in management education, creating positive societal impact, and inspiring our community toward a sustainable future.”
More information about UW Oshkosh can be found at uwosh.edu.