We have found 8 undergraduate business schools in Wisconsin that offer full-time BBA programs leading to a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see acceptance rate, in-state and out-of-state tuition as well as total enrollment for each of Wisconsin BBA colleges.
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List of Best Undergraduate Business Schools in Wisconsin
Nature of Wisconsin
The state of Wisconsin is located in the Midwest of the United States and belongs to the northeast central states of the United States. The territory of the state of Wisconsin is 169,639 km 2 (23rd place among the states of the USA).
Wisconsin borders Canada to the north (water border on Lake Superior), Michigan to the northeast by land and Lake Michigan to the east, Illinois to the south, Iowa to the southwest, and Minnesota to the west.
There are several physiographic regions in Wisconsin: the coastal plain of Lake Superior, the northern highlands, the central plain, the western uplands, and the eastern ranges and valleys.
The coastal plain of Lake Superior is a lowland stretching along the coast, gently descending to the lake. The plain, whose width is 30-35 km, is mainly covered with deciduous (aspen and birch) forests, there are also wetlands. Off the coast is the National Reserve of the Apostolic Islands, which includes twenty-one islands.
The Northern Highlands of Wisconsin is a vast rolling plateau, which also contains the highest point in the state – Timms Hill (595 meters above sea level). There are many lakes in the northern highlands, this region is often called the “Lake District”. Almost the entire territory of the highlands is covered with forests; maple, aspen, linden, birch, and spruce are common here. More than six thousand km 2 is occupied by one of the many tourist attractions in Wisconsin – Chikwamegon-Nicole National Forest, which is home to bears, white-tailed deer, elk, wolverines, martens, bobcats, squirrels and many other animal species. Among the many birds in this reserve, you can see the symbol of the United States – the bald eagle.