Take Your Tech Talents to New Heights - Earn a UW Degree 100% Online

Expand your expertise and advance your career in the ever evolving field of technology. Whether you’re interested in pursuing IT management, data science, programming or health IT, UW Extended Campus in partnership with UW system campuses, provides an array of online degree programs uniquely designed for working adults.

No matter the program, as a UW online student you’ll receive dedicated support from a student success coach, learn from expert UW faculty across campuses and disciplines, and earn a respected UW degree.


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Master’s in IT Management

This program features a multidisciplinary curriculum that will prepare you to plan, strategize, and lead IT initiatives within your organization. Take courses in business fundamentals like project management and finance, as well as technical courses in data science and enterprise security, learning skills that will help you align technology with business strategy.

Master’s in Data Science

The Master of Science in Data Science program will teach you how to clean and analyze unstructured data using modern languages and the latest tools and techniques in the field. Learn to derive meaning from real-world data, communicate discoveries clearly to stakeholders, and make powerful business decisions.

Bachelor’s in Applied Computing

The Bachelor’s in Applied Computing combines the disciplines of IT, computer science, and business. Learn programming, database management, and systems analysis, while also gaining knowledge in communication, Agile project management, and ethics. Gain a versatile skill set that will set you up for success as a programmer, systems analyst, software

Bachelor’s in Health Information Technology

This dual concentration bachelor’s program gives you the option to focus on health information management or technology, or both. The Health Information Technology concentration teaches information technology and systems, preparing you to build and use software systems to analyze data that will drive improvements in patient care.

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