The Wisconsin BBA Program uses an integrated approach to your career preparation. Working together in the BBA Advising Center, academic and career advisors coordinate their efforts to best support students. We partner with you to help you find employment that is the right fit, and to give you the tools and resources you need to succeed.
You will find our career advisors to be knowledgeable and focused on your future success. Once you have declared a major, you will be assigned to both an academic advisor and career advisor who have specialized knowledge in your field of interest. These advisors also stay in touch with faculty members so that they, and you, are up-to-date on the latest employment trends in your field.
Your career advisor can also help you explore your employment options. As an undergraduate business student, you aren’t expected to have a firm vision for your future. In fact, locking in on a narrow goal too early may not be in your best interests. An important part of the process is evaluating your options and conducting the self-assessments necessary to find your best career fit.