The University of Wisconsin Colleges offers multiple degree paths to help you discover your passions and reach your career goals.
Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree
The Associate of Arts and Sciences degree is the foundation for many majors and your bachelor's degree. It fulfills the UW System's general education requirements, allowing you to concentrate on your major in your junior and senior years.
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Degree
The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) is a local UW degree that fits your life. The BAAS is a 60-credit completion degree offered at six campuses where you can personalize your learning to achieve your career goals.
Collaborative Degree Programs
The Collaborative Degree Program allows you to earn your UW Bachelor's degree in a variety of majors through UW System partner universities. Take classes online, in-person or through distance education. Programs vary by campus.
Master's Degree Program
PK-12 licensed teachers can take the next step in their careers with the Master of Science in Education offered at UW-Sheboygan in partnership with UW-Oshkosh.
UW Colleges Catalog
See the UW Colleges catalog for important information about academic regulations and programs, what the institution can offer, and what is expected of you as a student.