​​​​​​​New project management bachelor degree concentration

Fall enrollment opens Monday, April 10 for BAAS students. 
By UW-Rock County

(Janesville, Wis.)  Students enrolling in the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree-completion program at University of Wisconsin-Rock County this fall can now choose coursework with a concentration in project management. 

“The brand new project management concentration is an opportunity for individuals to develop the skills necessary to manage complex projects,” Karen Greenler, senior student services coordinator and academic advisor of the BAAS program at UW-Rock County, explains.  “This concentration prepares students through courses like Project Management Simulation,” Greenler continues.

BAAS is a bachelor’s degree that can be earned at UW-Rock County.  The BAAS degree-completion program is designed for adults who may have jobs or families and want to earn a bachelor's degree close to home. Classes are taught both in-person and online by faculty from UW-Rock County and other partnering campuses.  Existing BAAS degree concentrations include business, communication, health & wellness, organizational leadership and sustainability. 

Fall enrollment opens Monday, April 10 for BAAS students.  Those who have earned an associate degree from Blackhawk Technical College may also apply that degree toward a BAAS degree at UW-Rock County.  Those interested in learning more or applying for the BAAS degree program should contact Greenler at 608.758.6565 x240, at karen.greenler@uwc.edu, or visit http://rock.uwc.edu/academics/majors-degrees/bachelors/baas.



Karen Greenler
608.758.6565 x240