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Degree Pathways - Made for Marinette

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Do you see a degree in your future? You have options – right here in Marinette! Through an exciting partnership, the Marinette campuses of NWTC and UW-Green Bay offer seamless transfer of some credits and direct degree pathways. Learn more about the Marinette Area Higher Education Coalition.

Bachelor's Degree Pathway Options

These pathways, made for Marinette, prepare students for in-demand careers right here in our region. Many students work while earning their degrees, gaining valuable experience to advance their careers further and faster. 

Degree pathways allow students to earn credits that transfer between the two campuses. Connect with an advisor to assist with the application process.

Nursing

Nursing

This pathway starts with general studies at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus. Years two and three, students earn an ADN from NWTC Marinette. This program requires application to the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus and an additional program application once accepted.

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology/Electrical Engineering Technology

Earn the Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree; then complete the Electrical Engineering Technology bachelor’s degree. Tip: With this pathway, you may start with the NWTC Industrial Maintenance certificate, a 14-credit program that ladders into Electro-Mechanical Technology.

Automation/Electrical Engineering Technology

Automation/Electrical Engineering Technology

Start with the Automation Engineering Technology associate degree; then complete the Electrical Engineering Technology bachelor’s degree.

Human Services/Psychology

Human Services/Psychology

Begin with the Human Services associate degree; then transfer into the Psychology bachelor’s degree program.

Business Management

Business Management

Earn credits in a variety of business-related fields at NWTC and seamlessly transfer those credits into the Management bachelor’s degree.

Health Information Technology

Health Information Technology

With this fully online pathway, start with the Health Information Technology associate degree; then complete the Health Information Management and Technology bachelor’s degree.

Pathway Benefits

Fit college in your life with flexible learning

All the degree pathway programs offer flexible scheduling around your life and work commitments. Many classes are available online. Plus, you can choose to pursue the degrees either full- or part-time.

Save money

You can save thousands of dollars in tuition by following one of the above pathways toward a bachelor’s degree.

Learn close to home

All in-person classes can be completed at NWTC Marinette and UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus.

Earn two degrees

Why earn one degree when you can earn two? Many of Marinette’s direct degree pathways enable you to complete an associate degree on your way to a bachelor’s.

With an associate degree under your belt, you may have increased employability and earning potential as you continue your studies. Tip: Your employer may pay for you to continue your education!

And wouldn’t this look great on your resume:
(insert your name here)
Associate Degree, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Bachelor’s Degree, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

Be ready for life’s curve balls

Life happens. You may need to take time off from college for work or family obligations. With our direct degree pathways, you can be confident in knowing your associate degree credits seamlessly transfer into the bachelor’s degree program – whenever you’re ready to keep going.

General Arts and Science Programs in Marinette

Three associate degrees (AA, AS, and AAS) available at two local campuses

Associate of Arts (AA) Transfer degree

Associate of Arts (AA) Transfer degree

Offered at NWTC Marinette, this degree focuses on social science and humanities. You can transfer as a junior to a four-year college or university, including UW-Green Bay.

Associate of Science (AS) Transfer degree

Associate of Science (AS) Transfer degree

Offered at NWTC Marinette, this degree focuses on math and science. You can transfer as a junior to a four-year college or university, including UW-Green Bay.

Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree

Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS) degree

Offered at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus. This degree encompasses arts and sciences and typically fulfills the first two years of general education requirements for a regionally accredited bachelor’s degree program.

What can a general associate degree in arts and/or science do for you?

  • Help you advance your career and open doors to new jobs in our region. 
  • Start you on the path toward a bachelor’s degree in hundreds of majors. 
  • Give you time to determine your next steps—great for undecided majors! 

How do you choose which degree to pursue?

Talk to our academic advisors who can help you determine which degree is best for you and your long-term goals.  

Tip! Many requirements for each degree are the same, so you can switch from one to another if your goals change. or become clearer.  

You can take classes at both campuses- no matter which degree you choose!

The Marinette campuses of NWTC and UW-Green Bay are working together through the Marinette Area Higher Education Coalition to help local students reach their goals.  

Through the partnership, you can: 

  • Earn a general associate degree with even more in-person classes. 
  • Take classes at both local campuses to earn the AA, AS, or AAS degree.  
  • Find in-person or online classes that meet your needs with help from our academic advisors. 
  • Transfer credits easily and seamlessly. 
  • Get help with financial aid every step of the way (including getting help with required paperwork!).  

For example: 

  • A student at NWTC Marinette pursuing an Associate of Arts, can take 3-Dimensional Design in person at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus to fulfill fine arts requirements.  
  • A student at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus pursuing an Associate of Arts and Sciences, with an emphasis in psychology, can take Abnormal Psychology in person at NWTC Marinette to fulfill a requirement. 

There’s more at NWTC Marinette!

See all degree, diploma, certificate, and class options at NWTC Marinette.

Interested in learning more? Contact an advisor today!

Elizabeth Martin, NWTC Marinette
elizabeth.martin@nwtc.edu, 715-732-3872

Bethany Welch, UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus
welchb@uwgb.edu715-504-3322