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Graduate Degrees

The following graduate degree programs offered are chosen for their content rich curriculum and their applicability to today's needs.

Master of Arts in Administration (MAA)

Concentrations available:
Applied Administration (Online or Classroom)
Communication Arts (Online)
Healthcare Administration (Online)
Industrial & Organizational Psychology (Online)
Organizational Development (Online or Classroom)

Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Online or Classroom)

Master of Science in Organizational Development and Leadership (MS) (Online or Classroom)


Continue on to a UIW Master's Degree

Your momentum is at its peak and your study habits are established. Investing in yourself to earn a Master’s degree will pay off in both professional and personal endeavors, and can be the catalyst to jumpstart your raise, promotion, or career change!

Benefits to Current Students

  • The same convenient locations and learning environment with like-minded adult learners
  • Access to established resources and services
  • Recognized faculty with real world experience in their fields
  • Can complete your graduate degree in as little as 10 months
  • 25% off first two graduate classes (Applies to UIW Graduates only)
  • Delta Mu Delta Honors Society students receive 50% off first class

Complete your Master's degree while the drive is strong!

Did you know?

According to the U.S. Department of Labor in 2012, individuals with a graduate degree earn an average of $12,000 more per year.

What our students are saying...

  • Over 90% of Alumni from the SPS and SAS graduate programs agreed “Getting a UIW degree was worth the time and effort.”
  • Nearly 90% of Alumni from the SPS and SAS graduate programs agreed “My UIW experiences have prepared me for the career I hope to pursue.”
  • Over 92% of the Alumni of the SPS and SAS graduate programs agreed “UIW has highly qualified faculty.”

Source: 2013 UIW Graduate Exit Survey

New School Name

Introducing School of Professional Studies (SPS)

Updates to the ADCaP website, literature, and University publications will reflect the new name soon.

View Dean's Announcement

Now offering the DBA

Doctor of Business Administration

Earn a DBA that consists of 15 courses over 5 semesters and available in 2 learning formats

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Apply for Spring I

SPS Spring I term starts
January 7, 2017
Application deadline is Jan. 1

Email us to get started or apply today!

Register for Spring I & II classes

Personal Development

UIW Online Course Registration

Earn certificates or valuable career training for areas including Legal Studies, Personal Trainer, IT, Healthcare, Business & more!  

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