The Measure of Success

Wisconsin MBAs are highly sought by leading firms and nonprofit organizations because they graduate with a portfolio of skills, experience, and specialized knowledge that allows them to hit the ground running. As a graduate of the Wisconsin MBA, your preparation will distinguish you from graduates of other programs and give you an important edge in rapid career advancement.

Our students benefit from faculty and staff in their career specializations who are knowledgeable about career paths in their particular fields. Additionally our students are provided with extensive career services resources through a program-wide MBA Career Management staff.

Students can take advantage of extensive on-campus recruiting opportunities. Many choose to work with MBA Career Management staff to tailor their job searches to particular companies or geographic areas. The extensive networking with business professionals—a critical component of the Wisconsin MBA— becomes a bonus in seeking employment in particular fields.

The evidence of the value of the specialized approach of the Wisconsin MBA can be seen in the employment success of our students.

Bolz Center alumni manage hundreds of millions of dollars worth of cultural facilities and programming across the nation, applying their business knowledge every day of their professional lives. More importantly, alumni make a real difference in their communities, sustaining and supporting the power of creative expression and cultural heritage in the lives of adults, children, families and neighborhoods from coast to coast.

Arts Administration Salary Statistics

Salary Statistics

Number of Students in the Class of 2013 5
Average Base Salary $78,333
Median Base Salary $60,000
Minimum Base Salary $45,000
Maximum Salary $130,000
Average Signing Bonus $4,250
Average Other Compensation $2,100
Average Internship Salary $1,883