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AAS Flexible Option

Associate

AAS Flexible Option

Associate

Lay an academic foundation for more than 200 college majors or complete your general education requirements with the AAS Flexible Option. The flexible degree format allows you to earn the credits you need at your own pace, on your schedule, building on knowledge you already have.

Accounting

Major

Accounting

Major

Accountants gather, organize and analyze financial information, assess performance and efficiency and suggest improvements for their clients. Accountants are needed in small and large companies, as well as nonprofits. Advancements in technology, evolving accounting rules and regulations and rapid globalization promise abundant and interesting career opportunities.

Actuarial Science

Major, Minor

Actuarial Science

Major, Minor

Actuaries help individuals, businesses and society manage risk by evaluating the likelihood of future events and creating plans to reduce their financial or emotional impact. The Society of Actuaries named UWM’s program a Center of Actuarial Excellence, one of only 16 universities in the U.S. with this mark of distinction.

Administrative Leadership & Supervision in Education

Master's, Online

Administrative Leadership & Supervision in Education

Master's, Online

Educational leaders meet a variety of learning needs to transform students’ lives. Graduates lead in elementary, secondary, post-secondary, health, online education, and more by connecting theory with their practice. The program has three concentrations: K-12 educational administration, adult and continuing education leadership and higher education administration.

Administrative Leadership Specialist

Certificate

Administrative Leadership Specialist

Certificate

Advanced Computational Imaging

Certificate

Advanced Computational Imaging

Certificate

African and African Diaspora Studies

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

African and African Diaspora Studies

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

This major examines the cultures, societies and political economies of people of African descent worldwide. Topics include history, literature, political science, economics, education, and media. The knowledge and skills gained apply to professions in healthcare, education, journalism, social work, law and justice, business, public policy, and arts.

American Indian Studies

Certificate

American Indian Studies

Certificate

American Indian Studies incorporates a blend of courses covering anthropology, history, literature, language and sociology all focused on the experiences, culture and languages of the native peoples of the Americas. We are the only UW campus to offer three full years of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) language.

Animation, BA

Major

Animation, BA

Major

Future animators and multimedia artists nurture their artistic vision in the PSOA dedicated animation program.Stop-motion, storyboarding, experimental animation and digital filmmaking are on the list of techniques/topics studied in our richly creative, industry-connected academic setting. Students can screen at film fests, attend guest lectures, meet famous alumni and more

Anthropology

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Anthropology

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Anthropologists study people and cultures, past and present. Field work and hands-on experience are important parts of the program. An understanding of human organization, communication, and behavior can lead to careers in government service, business, education, marketing, nonprofit administration, cultural resource management, and more.

Applied Computing

Major, Online

Applied Computing

Major, Online

Complete your bachelor's degree in an in-demand field with this online program. You'll perform programming, software engineering, graphic applications, networking and operating systems management while developing business communications, ethics and project management skills.

Applied Data Analysis Using SAS

Certificate

Applied Data Analysis Using SAS

Certificate

Applied Gerontology

Certificate

Applied Gerontology

Certificate

Gerontology is the study of the social, psychological and biological aspects of aging. By 2035, adults over the age of 65 will outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history. The Graduate Certificate in Applied Gerontology helps students from any field gain an understanding of the aging process and build the skills they need to work with and for older adults.

Applied Mathematics & Computer Science

Major

Applied Mathematics & Computer Science

Major

Students in AMCS break problems into key elements, use computers for analysis and develop practical solutions. The program blends math and programming coursework with the liberal arts, providing graduates with both technical aptitude and strong people skills. This is a joint degree from the colleges of Engineering and Letters & Science.

Applied Urban Aquaculture

Certificate

Applied Urban Aquaculture

Certificate

Arabic Language and Literature

Minor

Arabic Language and Literature

Minor

Arabic is one of the main languages of the Middle East and North Africa. Its influence is felt in other languages such as Urdu and Kurdish, and it is the language of the Quran. It is the fifth most common language in the world with more than 375 million native speakers and is an official language of the U.N. Arabic fluency is in high demand in today’s global marketplace.

Architectural Studies

Major, Minor

Architectural Studies

Major, Minor

Architectural studies is a four-year pre-professional degree program that prepares students for graduate studies in architecture and related design fields. Students accrue skills in architectural thinking, design, visualization, fabrication, prototyping and simulation. The program lays a foundation of unique problem-solving skills empowering students to change the world.

Architecture

Master's, Doctoral

Architecture

Master's, Doctoral

Masters and doctoral students interrogate the built environment with a passionate commitment to tectonics and culture complemented and challenged by many avenues of experimentation and research that confront professional norms. Students embrace alternative urban practices by speculating on thermodynamic form, cultural geography, prototyping and new ecological landscapes.

Archives and Records Administration, Advanced Study

Certificate, Online

Archives and Records Administration, Advanced Study

Certificate, Online

Art Education

Major

Art Education

Major

Through theoretical and practical examination of elementary and secondary schools and community-based learning settings, our program prepares students to be successful candidates for K-12 art teacher licensure in the state of Wisconsin. We proudly place 100% of our degree-seeking students into classrooms upon graduation.

Art History

Major, Minor, Master's

Art History

Major, Minor, Master's

Art History students explore Western and Non-Western art in all forms and across all time periods. Art’s impact and influence, past and present, are explored through courses covering architecture, religion, politics, economics, cinema and journalism. Graduates go on to various roles at museums, libraries, schools, galleries, design firms and non-profit agencies.

Arts and Sciences

Associate

Arts and Sciences

Associate

An associate degree fulfills the UW System’s general education requirements, allowing you to concentrate on your major in your junior and senior years. It provides a two-year, liberal arts-based general education with courses in fine arts and humanities, mathematical and natural sciences and social sciences. Available at UWM at Washington County and Waukesha campuses.

Arts and Social Entrepreneurship

Certificate

Arts and Social Entrepreneurship

Certificate

This certificate prepares students to become community leaders and engage with social challenges in a productive and sustainable way. The curriculum's multidisciplinary approach creates a mechanism for students to work together across departments and schools, and prepares them for careers in community and civic leadership at non-profits or governmental agencies.

Arts Learning and Integration

Certificate

Arts Learning and Integration

Certificate

A multidisciplinary certificate with an emphasis on project based learning designed for students who wish to complement their major in any teacher certification program at UWM, but especially for Early Childhood Education, Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence Education, as well as Art, Music, Dance, or Theatre Education.

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