If you’re ready to finish your degree, we’re here to help.
Complete your bachelor’s degree through UW–Madison Online with programs that give you the flexibility to continue living your life while finishing what you started. The Business Administration-Human Resources BBA, Business Administration-Management BBA and Business Administration-Marketing BBA degree programs offer multiple start dates and a mix of 8- and 16-week courses, with most courses in an 8-week format. The Consumer Finance & Financial Planning BS degree program offers a course in a 16-week format.
You’ll end up with a coveted degree from a top-ranked institution, just like our on-campus Badgers.
Our holistic application process helps us find remarkable students who will add to the legacy of the University of Wisconsin–Madison. We read each application thoroughly, and we don’t use formulas or charts. UW–Madison has the same selective admissions standards for both our online and residential programs, but there’s no required minimum grade point average (GPA).
Choose the one that describes you best
I earned at least 12 college credits from another school and now want to finish my bachelor’s degree online at UW–Madison.
I attended UW–Madison as an undergrad, but didn’t finish my degree. I haven’t been enrolled in classes here in more than a semester.
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It's not just a degree, it's a community.
That's right. When you attend UW–Madison Online, you're among friends, peers and a network of Badgers all over the world. The stories below highlight some of the programs, personalities and people that make it all happen here. Get to know your community, even before you log on your first day of class.
The enrollment coaches at UW–Madison Online have put together five things you should evaluate when looking for an online program to earn your bachelor’s degree.
UW–Madison introduces the Ultimate Guide for Online Business Degrees to inform, educate and inspire transfer and returning adult students who want to finish their online business degree and balance school with a full life at UW–Madison Online.
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.