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A bachelor's degree that means more

Imagine having a University of Wisconsin–Madison bachelor’s degree. What would it mean to you and the people in your life? How could it enhance your career? Who could you inspire?

Designed for students who have some college credits, UW–Madison Online offers a flexible format to fit around your goals, work and family. With coaches and advisors supporting you every step of the way, you’ll finish your degree fully online with a top-ranked university. This will prepare you for a dynamic career in a range of growing industries.

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Student stories

Meet some UW–Madison Online students who share their experiences and reveal what a bachelor’s degree means to them.

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Discover what a degree that means more, means for you

You’ll end up with a coveted degree from a top-ranked institution

in top public schools
– U.S. News & World Report, 2024
Learn from the best.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is consistently ranked among the best in the country. Get to know award-winning faculty and outstanding students and staff — all virtually — with UW–Madison Online.
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Maximize your potential.
Achieve your goals with a bachelor’s degree that employers will notice. We will challenge you, but you will rise to the occasion. The results will be worth it.
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Join a community.
We welcome you to our family of high-achieving alumni from around the country and across the globe. Badgers support each other and change the world.

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Professional Degrees & Certificates

Earn an online master’s degree, certificate or doctoral degree.

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Noncredit education

Take online classes for professional development or personal growth.

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Summer Term

Learn about taking online summer courses for undergraduate students.

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Badger Precollege

Explore academic programs and college prep for students ages 7-18.