Lakeland University: Undergraduate International Programs

Lakeland University: Undergraduate International Programs

Since 1862, Lakeland University has believed that the best way to learn is by pairing knowledge with practice. Today, Lakeland is a proud cooperative education university.

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Degrees: Undergraduate

Lakeland University offers international students 45 majors, concentrations, and tracks, with core courses and electives that will help you find the major that’s right for you.

J. Garland Schilcutt School of Business, Science & Technology

The majors within this school offer practical, career-based skill development within a liberal arts environment that teaches students the soft skills that today’s employers are consistently seeking.

  • Accounting
  • Biology
  • Broad Field Science
  • Business Administration
  • Chemistry & Biochemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Criminal Justice
  • Exercise Science
  • Food Safety and Quality
  • Hospitality Management
  • Industrial Systems Analytics
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Organizational Management
  • Psychology
  • Sport Management and Leadership

School of Humanities & Fine Arts

The School of Humanities & Fine Arts prepares students to be analytically nimble, critical in mind and creative in spirit, savvy communicators, and deeply understanding of the complex human experience.

  • Broad Field Social Studies – History
  • Communication
  • Creative Writing
  • English
  • Graphic Design
  • History
  • Music
  • Music Education
  • Music Performance
  • Professional Writing
  • Religion
  • Social Justice Studies
  • Spanish
  • Studio Art

William R. Kellett School of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies

For more than four decades, Lakeland University has been a leader in offering non-traditional students innovative pathways to earn their academic degrees and make their career goals a reality.

  • Accounting (Online)
  • Business Administration (Online)
  • Communication (Online)
  • Computer Science (Online)
  • Criminal Justice (Online)
  • Education – Early Adolescence-Adolescence (6-12)
  • Education – Early Childhood-Adolescence (K-12)
  • Education – Elementary and Middle School (K-9)
  • Hospitality Management (Online)
  • Industrial Systems Analytics (Online)
  • Management Information Systems (Online)
  • Organizational Management (Online)
  • Psychology (Online)
  • Technology Education – Early Childhood-Adolescence

Tuition & Cost

Tuition, housing, dining, and other fees vary by degree program, housing location, and preferences. 

Tuition fee- $31,786

Housing- $4,718

Dining- $5, 358

Others- $6,572

Total- $48, 434

How To Apply

We offer a streamlined application process for international students. Post-application please contact for all inquiries regarding admission status.

  1. Complete your applicationOur advisors walk you through everything you need.
  2. Submit additional documentationYou’ll be contacted with news on next steps—your admission decision and documentation required to receive your Form I-20.
  3. Apply for your F-1 student visaPrepare for your visa interview and your arrival to the US.

Academic Requirements

In addition to your transcripts, supplemental application materials including those listed below may be required. Contact Foreign Admits advisor for more information on GPA conversion. Find detailed information and specific requirements from our website.

Average GPA 3.2
Minimum GPA2.0
Evidence of English ProficiencyTOEFL: 500 (paper-based test) or 61 on (iBT); IELTS: 6.0; Duolingo: 90 (per concordance table compared to TOEFL iBT score

Ask ForeignAdmits

1. What is Lakeland university known for?

Lakeland University Today

Our international institute offers more than 30 majors, including our newest academic programs including Bachelor’s Degrees in Food Safety and Quality, Graphic Design, and Management Information Systems as well as a new Master of Science Degree in Leadership and Organizational Development.

2. What is the difference between a college and a University?

Colleges and universities primarily differ in program offerings and degree types. “University” refers to larger institutions offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. “College” refers to community colleges, technical schools, and liberal arts colleges.

3. Is Lakeland University a community college?

Lakeland University is a private university with its main campus in Plymouth, Wisconsin.


Thank you for reading our article on the Lakeland university College undergraduate international programs. We hope that it has given you a better understanding of what this school has to offer and the opportunities that are available to students. If you have any further questions or would like to discuss your options in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact our representatives. They are here to help you in any way possible and will be more than happy to assist you.