Annual reports for UW Oshkosh's four colleges — Business, Education and Human Services, Letters and Science, and Nursing.
The UW Oshkosh College of Business (COB) is an internationally accredited business school with a long history of successes. In addition to curriculum, faculty and staff that meet the rigorous standards for AACSB International accreditation, the college has a strong commitment to innovation and risk-taking.
The College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) is distinctive in its commitment to preparing “Educators/ Professionals as Caring Intellectuals.” This conceptual framework drives all decisions made by college faculty and staff.
The College of Letters and Science remains fully committed to the liberal arts, while simultaneously pursuing new ways of engaging the wider community and providing research and other learning opportunities for our students. As the University's largest and most varied academic unit, the College offers courses in 36 different majors. The College provides the courses that fulfill the general education requirements for all students at UW Oshkosh.
In moving the College of Nursing toward its vision to “build upon its tradition of developing caring and scholarly nurse leaders who positively impact contemporary and future healthcare,” the faculty identified the college’s distinctiveness as providing curricula that are built on nursing science, caring principles and healthcare system demand. This is done in a dynamic fashion, both locally and globally, while meeting the healthcare needs of the community and the educational needs of students in a culturally relevant manner.