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Scholarship Acceptance

The UW-L Foundation and private sources offer scholarships to students based on academic standing, involvement in other activities, citizenship, area of study, and need. These scholarships can help reduce the cost of tuition or provide funding for your study abroad experience.

For additional scholarship resources for Management students please visit the Scholarship Resource Center.


Our alumni and alumnae are proof that a Management degree here at UWL can prepare you for a variety of career paths, ultimately providing you with a successful and fulfilling life. 

It is in your best interest to stay connected with us once you have graduated! Whether it's writing us to let us know how you are using the skills you developed here, or reaching out to us on social media, there are many ways in which you can continue to be a part of the UWL Management community.

Keep in touch.

Join our social media groups to stay connected with other UWL Management majors and alum.


Click here to contribute to the UWL Alumni Association.

Take our Alumni Survey.

Alumni Spotlight

Alumni Testimonials.




Email Nicole Gullekson, our department chair, with any questions about our alums, and/or if you are an alum and want to tell us what and how you are doing.


Management majors are prepared to work in a variety of business organizations in many different industries. Example career paths:

  • Operations, logistics or export manager
  • Recruiter
  • Sales manager
  • Business analyst
  • Trainer
  • Human resource manager
  • Project manager
  • Management consultant

For more help and information regarding careers and development, visit the Academic Advising Center and Career Services.

For more information about Management Internships, click here.

For more information on special interest areas in Management, click here.

Personal Branding Videos

A personal branding video is a 1 to 2 minute video that gives an overview of your personal brand. It introduces who you are, what you do, the audience you're targeting, and how you can add value to their organization. Check out some examples from former Management students who landed careers because of it.



Student Organizations:

Beta Gamma

  • Beta Gamma Sigma
    • Beta Gamma Sigma is a Business Honor Society founded in 1913. BGS has recognized and honored top performing students from around the world in schools accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB). BGS specifically works to bring programs, benefits, connections, and opportunities to their members.  
  • Delta Sigma Pi
    • Delta Sigma Pi develops driven business leaders by providing professional opportunities for their members. DSP prepares members for their future careers by training them in leadership and ethics in the workplace 
  • Healthcare Management & Lifesciences
    • The Healthcare Management and Life Sciences Club allows students to learn about the various components of healthcare and the unique opportunities available to them within the healthcare system. This club is useful for those in the CBA pursuing a healthcare analytics management minor. 
  • Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM UWL Chapter)
    • SHRM student chapters help students build relationships with other local professionals and students while learning about Human Resource Management and positioning themselves for success upon graduation. 

Professional Organizations:

Current Study Abroad Programs

Below are some of the current Education Abroad Programs available for Management students. For more information and programs, visit the UWL Education Abroad

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Past Study Abroad Programs:

  • Sustainable Business in New Zealand
  • Strategic Management in London


The CBA internship program as conceived and implemented is an unusual program designed to provide an opportunity for students in the College of Business Administration at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse to participate in an approved program with a cooperating business, governmental or civic organization for usually the equivalent of 15 weeks of their undergraduate work. Students may apply up to three internship credits toward the Management Major, either MGT 450 or MGT 452.

We encourage you to include an internship as part of your work towards the Management Major as it allows you to see how well you can apply your prior managerial knowledge as well as experience and learn firsthand in a professional environment.

Finding an Internship

The pages and platforms below are great for finding Management related internships and more information about them. Select the buttons to be redirected. 

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Steps to Get Credit for a Management-Related Internship

For your convenience, we have created a step-by-step checklist to provide guidance for Management students on selecting and setting up an internship experience to earn MGT 450 credit.

Management Internship (MGT 450) Student Check-List

Student Deliverables

This set of guidelines is intended to provide additional guidance for students receiving MGT 450 credit for internship experiences. Specifically, this guide provides expectations for internship deliverables.

Standard Guidelines for MGT Internship Deliverables: Student Guide