The University of Wisconsin Stout campus (also known as UW-Stout) offers degrees and programs in a variety of disciplines including applied mathematics and computer science, applied science food systems and technology and psychology.
The engineering technology program offers courses in mechanical design, electrical and facilities. The program at the school was founded in the 1950s and focuses on the application of engineering concepts to manufacturing industries.
The school offers a unique opportunity to gain a bachelors degree in golf enterprise management. The degree consists of classes in turf grass management for golf courses as well as customer development, retention and marketing. The degree is endorsed by the National Golf Course Owners Association.
The bachelor’s degree in information technology management offers courses in networking design, calculus and computer science. The program emphasizes written and oral communication, voice and media applications.
The bachelor’s degree in retail management offers courses in store operations management, fashion marketing and buying and product management. The school offers a co-op internship with an area business.