Cardinal Stritch University is an independent Franciscan Catholic institution of higher education sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi. The University, rooted in the liberal arts, provides graduate and undergraduate programs to prepare students for life and for professional careers.
|Degrees Offered:||Certificate Associate's Bachelor's Master's|
Cardinal Stritch is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association.
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
- Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management (BS‐HSM)
- Bachelor of Science in Management (BSM)
- Bachelor of Science in Strategic Management of Information Systems (BS‐SMIS)
Choosing Cardinal Stritch University
At Cardinal Stritch University, we believe that students can lay the ground for a life full of purpose and meaning while they prepare for their chosen careers in business. We aim to provide educational programs that develop practical professional skills while also strengthening students’ guiding principles, so that they can grow into community leaders—not just leaders in their field of study.
If you feel that truly effective higher education should engage the heart while training the mind, choose Cardinal Stritch University. Our business students benefit from:
A Well-Rounded Curriculum:
Our degree and certificate programs emphasize practical skills development, including analysis and communication, through learning experiences based on real-world examples.
Adult learners’ classes are scheduled for evenings in an accelerated format that lets you focus intensely on one course topic at a time. You can study at Cardinal Stritch’s main campus in suburban Milwaukee, or choose another one of our nine convenient locations in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
A Diverse Community:
Our Catholic university welcomes students from many faith and cultural backgrounds who all share a desire to achieve academically—and make a difference in their communities.
Small class sizes at Cardinal Stritch offer the opportunity to develop close working relationships with instructors and classmates.
Courses That Work For Workers:
For adult learners, classes accommodate work and family obligations with evening schedules.
Students can choose to study at our main campus in suburban Milwaukee, or from one of nine other locations in Wisconsin and Minnesota.