University of Wisconsin - Waukesha

University of Wisconsin - Waukesha

UW-Waukesha
1500 N. University Drive
Waukesha, WI 53188
United States
Phone: 
(262) 521-5041
Fax: 
(262) 521-5530

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Your best start to a bachelor's degree and unlimited job and career opportunities begins at the University of Wisconsin Waukesha.

 

The University of Wisconsin-Waukesha offers a high-quality University of Wisconsin education in a supportive environment where you will work directly with professors who are dedicated to teaching.  UW-Waukesha combines the advantages of a small college with the resources of the world-class University of Wisconsin System.  That makes UW-Waukesha your best path to a college degree and unlimited career opportunities.

 

At one of our 13 freshman/sophomore campuses or through our online program , you can earn the Associate of Arts and Science Degree and take general education courses, which are the foundation of a bachelor's degree. After getting your best start with us, you can then transfer to a UW baccalaureate campus or other college to complete your bachelor's degree or you can complete a collaborative bachelor's degree on one of our campuses.

 

You can also get a Bachelor of Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS) degree right here through UW-Waukesha.  The BAAS is a bachelor'd degree that can be earned right here at UW-Waukesha in collaboration with UW-Parkside.  Classes are taught by faculty from both UW-Waukesha and UW-Parkside.  The BAAS degree emphasizes community involvement and practical experiences.  It features:

  • a professional experience component that includes internships and service-learning
  • a year-long senior capstone seminar focused on an individualized research project
  • up to six credits for prior learning for students who can document learning experiences equivalent to a university-level course
  • flexible course delivery including online and evening classes.

Students must first earn an Associates of Arts and Science degree from UW-Waukesha or an equivalent liberal arts associate degree.