School and Ranking Information
There are no public or private nonprofit schools directly in Green Bay, WI, that provide studies in information technology. Based on ranking, school type and number of 4-year degrees awarded in the field of study, the following university is considered a top school in the Green Bay area for information technology programs:
- Winner: The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point is the only 4-year public school within 100 miles of Green Bay that provides a degree program in information technology. It offers a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems.
School Info Chart
|Category||University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point|
|Ranking||#54 (tie) Best Regional Universities (Midwest) (2015)*|
|Location||Stevens Point, Wisconsin|
|School Type||4-year, public|
|Tuition & Fees (2013-2014)||Undergrad: $7,577 (in state); $15,150 (out-of-state)**|
|Information Technology Degrees Offered||Bachelor's|
|Information Technology Degrees Awarded in 2012-2013||16**|
|Undergraduate Graduation Rate (in 150% of normal degree time) for 2007 Entering Class||58%**|
|Noteworthy||Graduates of programs in the Department of Computing and New Media Technologies have the highest job placement rates on campus***|
Sources: *U.S. News and World Report; **NCES College Navigator; ***University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
- Internships and study abroad opportunities available
- State-of-the-art computer labs; largest computer classroom refurbished every four years
- Partners with local, national and international organizations
The University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point (UWSP) enrolls approximately 9,600 students per year in more than 120 undergraduate and 48 graduate programs. Students have the opportunity to participate in about 180 academic, professional, multicultural and other organizations. The school's Department of Computing and New Media Technologies offers a computer information systems degree program.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems program requires 56 credits of core coursework in database design and application, algorithms, interactive Web programming, object-oriented programming and Web-based applications. Students may choose network and information assurance or application development as an area of concentration. They also complete a project in applied computing.