Motivated self-starters. Smart, hard workers. Job ready. That’s the Lubar undergrad. Choosing the right business school is one of the first steps you’ll take toward building your career. As a major metropolitan business school with great connections to industry, the Lubar School will not only provide you with the opportunity to learn business — but the opportunity to experience business.
Career Focused. At the Lubar School of Business, we want you to succeed! Get connected early to our Career Services office, and enroll in Lubar’s Career Course to help you learn more about career opportunities and preparing for internships, interviews, and your first big job.
Connected to Business. It’s important to us that what you learn in the classroom is what you’ll use in your career. With the Lubar School’s great business connections, you’ll see executives in your classrooms, you’ll have the chance to intern throughout the year (not just in summer!) with one of the region’s great companies, and you’ll learn from faculty whose industry experience means they can teach far beyond the textbook.
Majors + Certificates. As a major business school, we’re able to offer you a lot of options for how you want to focus your studies. Choose one (or more!) of our six undergraduate majors. Consider adding an additional specialty through one of our many undergraduate business certificates. And take advantage of the many electives UWM can offer you to study other things that interest you.
Student Life. We’re on a big campus, but it’s often said that the Lubar School feels like its own small community. Find your niche through a Living Learning Community, a business student professional organization, or a campus club. Become a Business Scholar, enter a student competition, or be a mentor. There are lots of opportunities to find yourself and find new friends. And don’t forget to enjoy the downtown scene, from food to sports to the arts. It’s all here for you!
With six majors and six certificates, great business connections for internship and professional opportunities, and a metropolitan environment suited for business studies, this isn’t business as usual. It’s real business.