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Are online degrees respected by employers? Four tips on talking about your degree in interviews or on your resume

Learn how to talk to potential employers about the benefits of your online undergraduate degree, and how it will help you thrive in a job.

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Online academic advising: Support for student success

Karen and Leanne provide online academic advising and career support to students. See what they have to say about student success and why they love what they do.

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Top paying careers in business and their degree requirements

You’ll want to browse these top paying careers in business, and education needed for these careers, noted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Community college transfer student proud to be a business Badger

Dan Barry transferred from Madison Area Technical College to UW-Madison Online, where he’ll earn his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Business Administration–Management while continuing to work and raise his family.

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Online human resources degree unlocks opportunities

The BBA in Human Resources from UW-Madison Online is a flexible option that prepares you for a variety of jobs with top employers in a growing industry.

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How enrollment coaches help you achieve your academic goals

UW–Madison Online enrollment coaches Heather Danielson and Darren Martin talk about their role and how they help students realize their full potential.

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UW–Madison Online: Educational access for returning adult students

UW–Madison Online offers five bachelor’s degrees — with more to come — for people in Wisconsin and around the world who want to finish a degree and advance in their careers while still working and taking care of other obligations.

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New online degrees through UW–Madison Online

Introducing four more degrees from UW–Madison Online in management, human resources, marketing and consumer behavior and marketplace studies.

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How to build an online degree community

Whether you’re an extrovert or introvert, there are simple things you can do to foster community in your online courses. Read these tips for creating genuine communities in your next online course, so you can reap the benefits.

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UW–Madison launches UW–Madison Online, first fully online bachelor’s degree

The University of Wisconsin–Madison introduces a new initiative to increase access to education — UW–Madison Online. The program’s first fully online undergraduate degree in personal finance will start in fall 2020, with more bachelor’s degree options to follow in the coming years.

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