Attending the University of Wisconsin means you’ll have access to world class courses, student-focused instructors, and expansive support services and resources. UW College Courses Online programming is no longer available.  

Several University of Wisconsin institutions and UW Extended campus have partnered to offer a new Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree 100% online.  This new AAS Degree provides accredited, student-centric college courses with the flexibility of an online platform, lower costs, and transferability.

Find the Path That’s Right for You.

Work Toward an Associate’s Degree

The Associate of Arts and Sciences degree is a foundation for all UW college majors and Bachelor’s degrees, and represents to employers that you offer communication and critical thinking skills. The new 100% online Associate of Arts and Sciences degree offers course breadth and flexibility to fit your schedule and your life.

Prepare for a Bachelor’s Degree

Work toward your University of Wisconsin Bachelor’s degree with our accredited and transferable courses. Let us enhance your semester course load with classes that fit around your busy schedule. You can rest assured that your Associate of Arts and Sciences credits will transfer throughout the UW System.

Take Classes Online

No matter who you are – an active-duty service member, a high school student looking for university credit, an aspiring graduate student in need of prerequisite credits, or a lifelong learner interested in individual classes – the 100% online Associate of Arts and Sciences degree is made for you.

A New Program for Your Path

UW College Courses Online is no longer offering courses.

Several UW campuses are now partnering to offer a fully online Associate of Arts and Sciences degree. This new program has been approved by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Applications for this degree program are open, and courses began in September 2020. While the new program course offerings will be different than those offered through UWCCO, they will feature the same quality you have come to expect from the UW System.

If you are a current student and have questions, please contact your home campus academic advisor.