"The combination of face-to-face and online classes allowed for increased flexibility in my schedule."
Melanie Sickinger, MS '03
MSE in reading education '10
Reading/math teacher, Wrightstown Elementary School
“The DNP will prepare nurses to practice in the ever-changing healthcare environment and to play a major role in influencing the healthcare system.”
Nursing professor emeritus
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
“I recommend UW Oshkosh’s MBA program to any business professional who is willing to work hard, knowing that the end result is a rewarding experience that continues to deliver beyond graduation day."
Cory Boettcher, MBA '06
Marketing and strategy manager, specialty papers
"It’s not enough to simply have information and recite key concepts. I turned to graduate school to help me learn how to apply the information and concepts in order to become a better leader."
Alonzo Kelly, MPA '01
President and founder, Kelly Leadership Group, LLC
Currently seeking Ph.D. in Public Service Leadership
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