The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has five academic colleges. Each college offers academic and continuing education programs, and specializes in a field or sector of education. 

College of Business

Dean Fran Braun
Sage Hall, Suite 2612
(920) 424-1444

Innovation, excellence, quality and connections define UW Oshkosh’s College of Business. The only nationally accredited business school in the region, the college is in the top 15 percent of all business schools in the U.S., according to the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Whether your professional aspirations involve finance, marketing or management, seven undergraduate majors and two master’s degree programs provide a wealth of transformative educational opportunities.

College of Education and Human Services

Interim Dean Renae Swanson
Clow North 130
(920) 424-3322

UW Oshkosh’s College of Education and Human Services is long recognized as a leader in education. Boasting 217 Herb Kohl Teacher of the Year recipients as alumni, the College prides itself on producing some of the best teachers in the state. Quality courses and hands-on experience play an integral role in preparing students to become leading educators, human services professionals and counselors. You can choose from six undergraduate majors and a variety of master’s degree and licensure programs.

College of Letters and Science

Anne Stevens
Swart 128
(920) 424-1222

The College of Letters and Science is the largest and most varied college at the University, with more than 325 faculty and staff members. You can choose from more than 35 undergraduate majors and six master’s degree programs. Academic degrees span the sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences. Together, academic departments and faculty members have won eight Board of Regents Teaching Excellence Awards, more than any other UW System institution.

College of Nursing

Dean Seon Yoon Chung
Clow C210
(920) 424-3089

The College of Nursing provides undergraduate, graduate and doctorate nursing students with the expert knowledge, clinical practice skills and critical thinking ability required of today’s healthcare industry. As the largest producer of baccalaureate nursing graduates in the state and the largest major on campus, the College is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, ensuring you receive top-quality training and education. College of Nursing graduates consistently exceed the national pass rate for the National Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), a testament to the college’s excellence.

Honors College

Dean Laurence D. Carlin
Oviatt House at 842 Algoma Boulevard
(920) 424-1303

The Honors College offers small class sizes and many co-curricular events to create a unique learning community for more than 500 students. The Honors curriculum consists of three Honors Core courses as well as Honors Electives, which are smaller versions of required general education classes limited solely to Honors students. Through these unique classes and involvement in a small, supportive learning community, the Honors College provides a rewarding academic environment for highly motivated students.