Mar 01, 2024  
Spring 2021 Catalog 
Spring 2021 Catalog FINAL VERSION - Closed for Revisions

College of Professional Studies

Marty Loy, Dean
Room 110, College of Professional Studies Building
Phone: 715-346-4904

The College of Professional Studies consists of the School of Business and Economics , School of Communication Sciences and Disorders , School of Education , School of Health Care Professions , School of Health Promotion and Human Development , Division of Interior Architecture , and the Department of Military Science (Army ROTC) .

In the College of Professional Studies you:

  • prepare for your chosen profession by studying theory and then actively demonstrating your professional skills in a supervised classroom or clinic;
  • gain the knowledge and experience you need in order to meet the standards of your profession;
  • gain professional experience in internships and externships at hospitals, physician’s offices, community clinics, schools, business and industrial sites;
  • associate with other students interested in providing a professional service to humankind;
  • acquire critical thinking skills so you may fully meet the needs of the people you will serve;
  • work on basic and applied research projects;
  • work with faculty who are attuned to people, events, trends, and politics of the professional workplace;
  • discover that we are proactive, resourceful, connected, and caring.

Undergraduate Programs in Professional Studies

In the College of Professional Studies you may work toward bachelor’s degrees from the:

College Honors - Professional Studies

The College of Professional Studies Dean’s List consists of undergraduate students who complete at least 12 credits and achieve a grade point average of above 3.75 the previous semester.

Graduate Programs in Professional Studies

In the College of Professional Studies you may work toward advanced degrees in:

For further information on these graduate programs, see the Graduate  section of this catalog.