University of Wisconsin–Madison

L&S Badgers in Business & Entrepreneurship

L&S students and alumni have the knowledge and skills to be successful in business careers. In fact, many employers seek out liberal arts students to meet the unique needs of their organization. Meet with an advisor to discuss how your L&S degree could translate into a career in management, sales, insurance, operations, logistics, finance, banking, real estate, or entrepreneurship.

The freedom to learn provided by American Family, was the best thing about my internships. I was given room to breathe and do my work. Nobody is micro-managing you, but the support is there if you need it. The company is really focused on you developing as a professional, while completing work for them. As a programmer, it is essential to spend time keeping up with changes in technology, so the freedom really allowed for me to grow in areas that interested me.

James Z, 2016 Intern

Featured L&S Course

This is a 1-credit elementary level course for declared economic majors. A minimum of 100 hours of work must be logged during the term of the course. Contact your Economics Undergraduate Office for more information.

Making Connections

Student/Professional Organizations

UW-Madison has a variety of business related student organizations to consider joining. They range from business management, operations, sales, human resources, and finance. Check out a few on our list

Badger Mentors

Badger career coaches are here to help you.

Graduate School Resources

You might be thinking about graduate work beyond your bachelors degree. Take a look at the application process and things to consider before you apply