Bachelor’s Degrees

Students at UWM at Washington County and UWM at Waukesha campuses can now acquire affordable UWM bachelor’s degrees. Whether starting at Washington County or Waukesha as a new freshman or transferring credits to either regional campus, students can get a world class education while staying close to home.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

nursing at waukesha

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BS in Nursing) program will prepare you to be science-based, compassionate nurse leaders through innovative and quality educational programs for all specialties and settings of practice. Students can take classes at campuses in Milwaukee, Waukesha or Parkside. Students will have courses at UWM at Waukesha, with the exception of high-fidelity simulation which is available at the Milwaukee campus.    

UWM at Waukesha Admissions staff and Advisors are ready to meet with you to help you learn more about applying to the professional nursing major. 

UWM College of Nursing at Waukesha
Solution Center
wauk-nursing@uwm.edu 

Online Bachelor’s Degrees

With a mixture of face-to-face and online classes, students can pursue any of UWM’s 10 online bachelor’s degrees. Earning your Associate degree or starting your bachelor’s degree at UWM at Washington County or UWM at Waukesha provides a cost-effective option resulting in overall savings, along with the pride of earning your degree from Southeast Wisconsin’s premier public institution, UW-Milwaukee.

Stay local and save money by taking your first 60 credits in face-to-face classes. Your last 60 credits (actual amount varies by program) will be online classes in one of the below UW–Milwaukee bachelor’s degree programs. Contact an advisor to learn more.

Click on a degree option below to see a four-year degree plan and estimated program cost:

Applied Computing
Biomedical Sciences, Health Sciences
Communication
Community Engagement & Education (CEED)
History
Information Science & Technology
Jewish Studies
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology