For students near Milwaukee, the university’s blended degrees and certificates offer hybrid courses that combine face-to-face connections with the convenience of online learning.
Fully online courses are designed for students who: Of course!Some students prefer only online classes while others choose the combination of both online and in-person courses.Do I express myself well in writing and have good reading skills? Some faculty provide a brief online overview to help you get comfortable working online and to help you see what to expect.Some students with very little computer or technical skills have reported that the adjustment is easier than expected.Africology 100 Black Reality: Survey of African-American Society 102 Survey of African-American Literature Art History 101 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture 103 History of Architecture 105 Asian Art and Architecture 241 Introduction to Baroque Art 250 Introduction to American Art 261 Modern Art Classics 170 Classical Mythology 171 Classical Mythology: An Audio-Visual Supplement 201 Introduction to Greek Life and Literature 304 The Graeco-Roman World Comparative Literature (Comp Lit) 133 Contemporary Imagination in Literature and the Arts 135 Experiencing Literature in the 21st Century 207 World Literature in Translation: Antiquity through the 1600s English 111 Entertainment Arts: Film, TV, and the Internet 150 Multicultural America 209 Language in the United States 215 Introduction to English studies 276 Introduction to American Indian Literature 279 Introduction to Latino/a Literature 281 Introduction to African-American Literature 290 Introduction to Film Studies 295 Women and Film 372 Survey of American Indian Literature German 115 Seminar in Advanced Topics in Scandinavian Culture History 132 World History Since 1500 150 Multicultural America 202 The Ancient World: The Roman Republic and Empire 235 English History to 1688 243 History of Women in American Society 267 The History of Latinos in the United States Jewish Studies 101 Jewish Culture in America: History, Literature, Film 247 Topics in Jewish Literature, Art, Culture Journalism and Mass Communication 113 Internet Culture 214 Advertising in American Society 260 Contemporary Non-Fiction Media 361 Media Ethics Linguistics 200 Aspects of Language Philosophy 111 Informal Logic, Critical Reasoning 235 Philosophical Aspects of Feminism 243 Moral Problems Women’s Studies 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies: A Humanities Perspective Astronomy 103 Survey of Astronomy Atmospheric Sciences 109 Thunderstorms, Tornadoes and Hurricanes Biological Sciences 103 Topics in Modern Biology Geography 120 Our Physical Environment 125 Introduction to Environmental Geography Geosciences 105 Earth, Air, Fire and Water 106 The Earth Environment 150 Introduction to Ocean Sciences Mathematical Statistics 215 Elementary Statistical Analysis Psychology 254 Physiological Psychology Anthropology 102 Introduction to Anthropology: Culture and Society 104 Lifeways in Different Cultures: Survey of World Societies 250 Women’s Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspectives Communication 101 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication 105 Business and Professional Communication 350 Intercultural Communication Economics 103 Principles of Microeconomics 104 Principles of Macroeconomics Geography 110 The World: Peoples and Regions 114 Geography of Race in the United States 350 Conservation of Natural Resources Global Studies 101 Introduction to Global Studies I: People and Politics History 151 American History 1607-1877 152 American History 1877 to the Present Journalism and Mass Communication 101 Introduction to Mass Media Linguistics 212 Language and Gender Political Science 104 Introduction to American Government and Politics 105 State Politics 106 Politics of the World’s Nations 175 Introduction to International Relations 213 Urban Government and Politics 215 Ethnicity, Religion and Race in American Politics 243 Public Administration 255 Great Issues of Politics Psychology 101 Introduction to Psychology 205 Personality 260 Child Psychology Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology 103 World Society 104 Introduction to Social Psychology 150 Multicultural America 233 Social Inequality in the United States 241 Criminology 250 Sex and Gender 323 Perspectives on Latino Communities Urban Studies 250 Exploring the Urban Environment 360 Perspectives on the Urban Scene Women’s Studies 200 Introduction to Women’s Studies: A Social Science Perspective Looking to enhance your knowledge, develop new skills, and increase your marketability? UWM’s School of Continuing Education is the largest provider of noncredit continuing education in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The school offers numerous professional certificates, including 10 that can be accomplished online, as well as dozens of online courses in topics ranging from early childhood education to military traumatic stress to social media.
Designed to make UW degrees and certificates more accessible, convenient and affordable for adults and nontraditional students, the UW Flexible Option includes self-paced, competency-based degree and certificate programs that allow you to make progress by demonstrating what you know, whether that knowledge was gained through prior coursework, military training, on-the-job training, or other learning experiences.
UWM’s flexible options include: Online courses and programs are taught entirely over the Internet, allowing you the freedom to learn when and where you choose.
Either will provide a quality, student-centered experience.
Most students looking to save time and or who prefer a more flexible learning and study environment prefer online classes and programs.
Undergraduate Majors Biomedical Sciences, Diagnostic Imaging Flex Option Communication Community Engagement and Education History Information Science & Technology Flex Option Nursing (Registered Nurse-BSN Completion Program) Flex Option Political Science Psychology Sociology Undergraduate certificates Business and Technical Communication Flex Option Child Care Administration Crime Analysis Digital Arts and Culture Enterprise Resource Planning Health Care Informatics Study of Complementary Alternative Medicine Technology Entrepreneurship Therapeutic Recreation Youth Work Cultural Foundations of Education Curriculum & Instruction: Reading Focus Deaf and Hard of Hearing (D/HH) Education Healthcare Administration Health Care Informatics Information Science & Technology Library and Information Sciences Translation Graduate certificates Archives and Records Administration Assistive Technology and Accessible Design Business Analytics Children’s Mental Health for School Professionals Digital Libraries Enterprise Resource Planning Library Media Specialist Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices Professional Writing and Communication State and Local Taxation Support Services for Online Students in Higher Education Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Technology Entrepreneurship Translation UWM’s College of Letters and Science offers a completely online freshman and sophomore undergraduate curriculum that provides the necessary foundation courses to complete the university’s General Education Requirements.