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University of Wisconsin - Stout

3 Reviews

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50% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
By the OnlineU team | Updated 3/27/2023


Fast Facts

Average Financial Aid: $3,868

Accreditation: University of Wisconsin - Stout is accredited by 8 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at University of Wisconsin - Stout

Bachelor's Degrees

Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas $23,000 $42,871 86
Psychology, General $25,000 $32,897 82
Business Administration, Management and Operations $22,207 $47,967 76
Human Development, Family Studies, and Related Services $23,750 $31,192 66
Hospitality Administration/Management $23,199 $38,391 59
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods $22,772 $37,079 58
Social Sciences, General $24,250 $34,115 58
General Sales, Merchandising and Related Marketing Operations $25,707 $42,955 29
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other $19,697 $33,769 18

Master's Degrees

Human Resources Management and Services Not Reported $62,951 51
Mental and Social Health Services and Allied Professions $37,736 $41,280 41
Education, General $21,989 $44,597 24
Manufacturing Engineering Not Reported $83,667 15

Student Reviews

Student Reviews

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Patti Pfeiffer

Reviewed: 10/20/2016

Degree: Management

I am very pleased with my experience at Stout. These are genuine structured classes, taught on line. Once you get in the groove, it is easy to keep the rhythm going. Professors were available, helpful, and informative. The administrative staff is wonderful, always with quick and personal responses.


Reviewed: 11/21/2015

Degree: Nutrition

The school is mediocre. Even a elementary school kid will ace the Courses. The standard of teaching is low level. The masters degree was a waste of my time and money. It did not help me in my professional career. Save your money and Find a reputed school. What is portrayed on the website is not what u get at all. It's a joke nothing else.


Reviewed: 8/5/2014

Degree: Management

It was a Master's program, yet the classes were at a middle school level. The final projects weren't even at a middle school level. It was kind of embarrassing, actually. I'm sure it's useful for someone, but it seemed like a community college in all honesty.