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Earn your first undergraduate degree or complete one you began years ago—while you continue working. With degrees in business, nursing, sustainability, interdisciplinary studies, and more, you’ll have the flexibility to build an academic program all your own. Our flexible programs allow you to study full- or part-time, in the mornings or after work, and online, on our spacious campus, or a blend of the two.
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The UWW Interdisciplinary Studies degree completion program helps students complete their bachelor’s degrees online in a wide range of academic areas through flexible options, innovative and individualized curriculum and support, and credit for life and work experience.
The Interdisciplinary Exploratory Track is for residential students who are considering combining study in several fields to create an individualized concentration that matches their interests, passions, and ambitions. The Interdisciplinary Exploratory Track may also be a good option for students who are undecided on their major or who have interests that do not fit into a single school or college.
Exploratory Pathways Program (EPP) is a flexible program that lets you start college as a part-time online student before deciding which degree path is right for you.
Gain the competitive business skills you need for success in this undergraduate program that offers a blend of foundational business classes with coursework that simulates real-world business experiences. The Isenberg BBA offers majors in Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing,and Operations & Information Management
Gain your undergraduate nursing degree in this full-time program in just 17 months and learn to provide quality patient- and family-centered holistic care across the lifespan to individuals, families, and communities.
For licensed RNs who wish to complete a bachelor’s degree, this online program will help you advance your career in as little as one year while still working full time.
Sociology is a gateway to careers in the fields of social policy, law, criminal justice, social science research, human resources, education, environmental policy, and research, advocacy, and social work. It explores and seeks to understand every aspect of society from family, race and ethnic relations, and gender to social movements and globalization.
Interested in exploring how to embark in a career in sustainable agriculture? This associate’s degree offers you flexibility in designing your personal program of study to focus on production and marketing, agricultural education, and/or public policy, advocacy, and community development.
This fully online program helps you explore the field of sustainable agriculture with flexibility and a career focus. You can design your personal program of study to follow your interests, such as vegetable, fruit, and animal systems; permaculture; whole farm production and marketing; and more. You also have the opportunity to self-design a hands-on internship to get even more real-world experience.