Wisconsin is home to a number of excellent brick-and-mortar universities, and in recent years it has grown to be a solid source of distance education, as well. Residents and students outside the state have access to dozens of online bachelor’s degrees in subjects like business, healthcare, engineering, liberal arts, and more. For more on the programs offered in the state, here are three schools leading the way:

University of Wisconsin

  • Number of Online Bachelor’s Degrees: 24
  • Fields Offered: Business, Communications, Criminal Justice, Education, Liberal Arts, Healthcare, Political Science, Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Accreditor: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)

The University of Wisconsin eCampus is a one-stop resource for all of the online associate’s, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees offered by institutions within the system. The eCampus offers online bachelor’s degrees in American studies, golf enterprise management, health and wellness management, human development and family studies, and more. These programs utilize the Desire2Learn online course management system, which enables students to download course materials, such as notes or lectures, communicate with their professors and peers, and complete interactive exercises. Students interested in UW’s eCampus should watch the online classes demo video to get an idea of what coursework is like.

Concordia University Wisconsin

  • Number of Online Bachelor’s Degrees: 6
  • Fields Offered: Business, Criminal Justice, Healthcare
  • Accreditor: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA)

Concordia University Wisconsin is a non-profit Lutheran institution of higher education that serves more than 7,600 students at its campus in Mequon, Wis. The university is part of the Concordia University System, which is a network of colleges and universities located across the country. Students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree online in Wisconsin can enroll in Concordia University’s business management, human resource management, management of criminal justice, RN-BSN-MSN, or healthcare management programs. The university also offers a blended transitional program for occupational therapy assistants that enables them to earn up to a master’s degree in the discipline in as little as 3.5 years. These programs are taught by Christian professors who have professional experience and students can take as many courses as they can fit into their schedule.

Higher Education in Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s system of higher education is composed of 13 University of Wisconsin campuses, 18 technical colleges, and more than 60 private institutions, including ITT Technical Institute. The state’s flagship college, the University of Wisconsin – Madison, serves more than 41,000 students at its 930-acre campus. It, like many other schools in the University of Wisconsin system, offers a broad selection of distance learning programs. Herzing University, and Concordia University are among Wisconsin’s private colleges and universities that offer online degrees.

The University of Wisconsin system is overseen by its Board of Regents, an 18-member body that sets admissions standards, reviews university budgets, and appoints the president of the system and the chancellors of the 13 schools. Among the Board of Regents’ agencies is the Higher Educational Aids Board, which is responsible for managing Wisconsin’s financial aid programs for students. These programs include academic excellence scholarships, grants, and student loans.

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