What sets a Schneider MBA apart ...


Your Schneider MBA will be just that – yours. Your time here will begin with an assessment, through which program leaders can help you determine the best learning path and course selection for your unique personal and professional needs. Your MBA experience will focus on the things that will make you a confident, high-impact contributor throughout your career.


All classes in the MBA program are conducted on campus, providing you the opportunity to work face-to-face with your professors and collaboratively with your fellow students.

The MBA experience also gives you exceptional networking opportunities, not only with other MBA candidates preparing, like you, to enhance their impact on the region’s economy, but also with business leaders throughout northeast Wisconsin, many of whom we count among our partners and advisors.


Classes are held evenings during the week to accommodate busy personal and professional schedules. What’s more, we don’t require you to keep pace with a cohort of other students who enter and exit the program at the same times; as a result, you can be quite flexible in terms of the time it takes to get your degree. That makes it even easier to plan your MBA around your lifestyle considerations.

Many of the college’s facilities and amenities are available to our MBA students — including a state-of-the-art library and fitness facilities, a coffee shop and a dining commons with food ranked among the best at any college or university (No. 4 nationally!).


Finally, our MBA program is an exceptional value — particularly in relation to other programs in the region. It’s one of the best investments you can make in yourself.


We seek to educate the whole person. That includes examining what it means to conduct business in ways that are true to one’s values and principles. We take this aspect of professional development seriously; in fact, we’re the only MBA program in the area that requires a course in business ethics. Through our curriculum, you’ll be empowered to do well and do good.

Hear what MBA program grads have to say

Aaron Kupsky MBA ’23, Purchasing Manager of Wisconsin Aluminum Foundry 

Aymee Balison MBA ’21, Co-owner of Wish, LLC 

Wendy Van Lannen MBA ’20, Vice President of Margin Mgmt & Sales Ops Effectiveness at Imperial Supplies LLC 

Rob Carviou MBA ’20, Vice President of Marketing & Brand Strategy for Prevea Health and HSHS Wisconsin 

Kayla Stocco MBA ’19, Global Experience Owner at Schneider 

Jonny August MBA ’19, Director of Operations at Orion Labels LLC              

Sarah Beckman MBA ’19, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity     

Jose Vasquez MBA ’19, Senior Financial Analyst at VF Corp. 

Ali Coenen MBA ’18, Owner of Physician Operational Professionals 

Michelle Diederich MBA ’18, Owner of Chelle the Painter     

Jason Shanda MBA ’18, Account Executive for M3 Insurance 

Justin Lepscier MBA ’17, Finance Manager for Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin 

Dave Mason ’11, MBA ’17, Partner at Station 1 Brewing Co. and Vice President of Commercial Banking at BMO Harris Bank 

Emily Schutte MBA ’17, Owner of Emily Writes, LLC 

The Schneider MBA program: home to difference-makers
The Schneider MBA program: home to difference-makers
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