Course/Subject Areas: Budgeting, Data Analysis and Project Management
Lee Prellwitz attended college at the University of Wisconsin in the late 1960s and returned to school in the late 1980s and recieved a Liberal Studies degree from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 1995 while working full-time at Ripon Foods, Inc. In the fall of 1996 he began the Master of business Administration program at UW Oshkosh and recieved his MBA in December of 1998.
His most rewarding experience as a student was the European Study Tour he took as the final course in the MBA program. Two weeks in Germany, France and England as part of a group of forty undergraduate and graduate business students was a memorable experience.
He teaches Applied Data Gathering and Analysis, Budgeting for Managers and Project Planning for the Center of New Learning. He relies heavily on his 29 years of business experience in the courses he teaches, and trys to use real world examples from his students as well. Prellwitz believes that education consists of both experience and relating it to the theories used in various disciplines. He also believes that education should be a lifelong experience and considers it his responsibility to direct his efforts to that direction.