As a member of the Wisconsin School of Business Thematic VISP Program, you will be able to enroll in courses at a leading US business school. Participants will have access to challenging and forward-thinking classes in a variety of subjects, such as Finance, Marketing, Management & Human Resources, and Risk Management & Insurance.
From the time you apply to the end of your stay, the VISP staff will be there to assist you. As a VISP participant you have full access to all academic and student support services, such as libraries, computer labs, clubs, and sports facilities; the opportunity to participate in VISP sponsored social and cultural events; and upon completion you will receive an official UW-Madison transcript. The Wisconsin School of Business will also provide guidance and assistance during your participation.
Participants should have completed at least one year of university coursework and meet the VISP eligibility criteria for admission into this program. This Thematic Track admits students at the Undergraduate and graduate-level.
Specific courses will also have prerequisites that must be met before the program begins.
Program available in the summer term only. Students interested in taking courses in the Wisconsin School of Business during the fall or spring semesters must apply through the Traditional VISP track instead.
Session 1: June 19 – July 16, 2023
Session 2: July 17 – August 13, 2023
Cost of Attendance
Submit your VISP application and in your essay please include: “I am applying for the Business VISP track.”
Questions? Please contact the VISP coordinators.
Academics & Course Offerings
Courses are offered during two, four-week study sessions during which a student can participate in one course at a time. You can participate for one session, or stay for both summer sessions for a total of eight weeks.
Course offerings for Summer 2023 include:
SESSION 1: JUNE 19 – JULY 16, 2023
Marketing in the Digital Age – Marketing (MKT) 355, 3 credits
Introduction to Finance – Finance, Investment & Banking (FIN) 300, 3 credits
SESSION 2: JULY 17 – AUGUST 13, 2023
Principles of Risk Management – Risk Management & Insurance (R M I) 300, 3 credits
Management Consulting – Management & Human Resources (M H R) 412, 3 credits