Take the basic courses through UWMC, then either transfer to the four-year campus of your choice, or take in-person and distance education courses on our campus that lead to four-year degrees.
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)
Designed for busy adults who want to continue their education, the University of Wisconsin Colleges' Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) is a 60-credit degree completion program that gives students the skills and knowledge to achieve their career goals. Learn more about BAAS at UW-Marathon County.
Aimed at adults who already have an associate degree from UW Colleges, a Wisconsin technical college partner or another institution, the BAAS includes a strong component of community involvement and practical experience in addition to classroom learning. For more information, contact Patti Thwaits at 715-261-6231, firstname.lastname@example.org, or download a BAAS fact sheet.
Degrees in electrical and mechanical engineering are offered at UWMC through UW-Platteville. Core classes are taught by UWMC's engineering professor, and upper-level classes are streamed from UW-Platteville.
Contact: Lori Brandt, UWMC program advisor at 715-261-6229.
Human Services Leadership Degree
The nationally accredited UW-Oshkosh Human Service Leadership Bachelor of Science degree program provides a course of study that prepares students for human services administration and management, and, to serve in key leadership positions in human services locally and across the world.
The UW Colleges are integral partners in the collaborative degree program, providing pre-advising to potential HSL Collaborative degree students and hosting HSL courses on their campuses.
The HSLC program fits the career path of traditional and non-traditional students.
Read more about the Human Services Leadership Degree.
For more information, contact the UWMC Student Affairs office at (715) 261-6235 or, the UWO HSLC office at (920) 424-0115 or www.uwosh.edu/collabdegree/hs.
In addition to taking classes at UWMC and then transferring to universities that offer Bachelor's degrees in nursing, area students have the following options:
UW-Eau Claire Nursing Marshfield Site Program
Students can earn their BSN by taking classes at UWMC, followed by entrance into the UW-Eau Claire Nursing Program, located at St. Joseph Hospital in Marshfield.
Contact Patti Thwaits, advisor, 715-261-6231.
UW-Oshkosh BSN Nursing Completion Degree Program
Registered Nurses holding a degree from a two-year nursing program are eligible for up to 60 pre-earned credits. Additional general education credits can be earned at UWMC and online nursing classes from UW-Oshkosh will complete their bachelor's degree.
Clinical experiences are set up in the students' home communities.
For appointments with an advisor or for more information:
Call (715) 261-6235 or Toll-free 1-888-FOR-UWMC
For more information by e-mail: email@example.com