Start Your University Major At Nicolet College


Sometimes, university-bound students are unsure if attending a community college will start their education on track toward a bachelor’s degree. With the University Transfer program at Nicolet, this isn't a problem.

If you know your intended major, you can choose a pre-major degree to get started in your core classes right away. Many courses are offered online and taught by instructors with extensive experience teaching in a virtual environment. The pre-majors are designed to keep you on a specific path toward a bachelor's degree so you can seamlessly transfer to your university with junior status. We're also here to help create a personalized transfer plan for your education.

Check out the following pre-majors to learn more:

Associate of Arts - Elementary Education Pre-Major

Associate of Arts - Psychology Pre-Major

Associate of Arts - Visual Arts Pre-Major

Associate of Science - Biology Pre-Major

Associate of Science - Chemistry Pre-Major

Associate of Science -Physics Pre-Major

Plus, completing your first two years at Nicolet will save you money. Tuition and fees for a 3-credit class is $584.40. At Wisconsin’s public universities, you’ll pay from $850 to $1550, and up to $4,000 at a private in-state university. As you can see, our cost per credit is 2-3 times lower than public institutions and up to 7 times lower than private college credits. Classes at Nicolet are also small and personal so you'll receive the quality instruction and attention you deserve.

If you're interested in earning a bachelor's degree, but are undecided on a major, Nicolet offers other University Transfer degrees including an Associate of Science, an Associate of Science with Natural Resources emphasis, and an Associate of Arts program offered either on-campus or fully online.

University Transfer and Liberal Arts classes start Friday, June 4 for Summer Term and September 1 for Fall Term. Contact the Welcome Center at 715-365-4493 with questions or to get started with your personalized transfer plan today.

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