In Years 1 and 2 you will complete the Associate of Arts and Science (AAS) degree at UW–Oshkosh. This is the foundation for many college majors and for your bachelor’s degree at UW–Madison.
The program provides a two-year, general liberal arts-based academic program in which you will build up transferable credits. You will study fine arts and humanities, mathematical and natural sciences, and social sciences.
Founded: 1871 (Public)
Location: Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Housing: On campus (10 residence halls)
Student-instructor ratio: 20:1
Start dates: January, September
Length: 4 semesters
Average class size: 25
English language requirement: TOEFL iBT 71 / IELTS 6.0 or completion of GO: Prepared level 4.
The UW–Madison Transfer Contract guarantees entry upon meeting certain requirements, including:
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The Kings support team on campus is here to help you.
We’re with you whenever you need us. And for as long as you need us.
Elite universities such as UW–Madison demand elite students.
We’ll help you become the student who won’t just transfer to Madison, but who will thrive and succeed once you are there.
To transfer to Madison you will need at least GPA 3.2. We specialize in helping you improve your GPA score while you are on campus.
We’ll develop your academic and personal program to ensure you are a stand-out student.
Our Profile Builder Program includes:
UW Oshkosh offers a number of services to meet the needs of students.
These services include:
Academic support and services are offered to UW Oshkosh students throughout the year, including Center for Academic Resources, English Language Services, Writing Center, Mathematics Lab and Reading Study Center.
There are over 180 student clubs and societies and organizations on campus. These include:
Application is simple, straightforward and quick.
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