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 new freshman or transferring credits to either regional campus, students can get a world class education while staying close to home.

With a mixture of face-to-face and online classes, students can pursue any of UWM’s 10 online bachelor’s degrees. Starting and staying at UWM at Washington County or UWM at Waukesha provides a cost-effective option resulting in overall savings, while getting a 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