A Degree for You: Concentrations

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With the Bachelor of Applied Arts & Science (BAAS), you'll earn a University of Wisconsin bachelor’s degree taking courses at one of six campuses, including:

Students in the central Wisconsin area can start the BAAS degree with some BAAS courses available at UW-Marathon County while completing the BAAS degree at UW-Marshfield/Wood County.

A truly collaborative degree, the BAAS features courses offered through the UW Colleges and several UW four-year partners. Classes are taught by distinguished faculty with convenient scheduling options, including on-campus, online, and via distance education.

BAAS Concentrations

Students in the BAAS degree program may elect an academic focus for their degree and select one of six concentrations, including:

  • Business
  • Communication
  • Health & Wellness
  • Organizational Leadership
  • Project Management
  • Sustainability

Note: Students with an applied associate degree from a Wisconsin technical college or other institution may need specific coursework to satisfy the UW Colleges core and breadth general education requirements of 32-38 credits. See the Wisconsin Technical College transfer guide or contact a BAAS Advisor for details.