“As Wisconsin’s Polytechnic University, we want to meet adult learners where they are. The newly approved major expands our online offering of baccalaureate of science degrees, while maximizing the applied learning that adults have achieved through transfer credits and work and lived experiences,” said Glendali Rodriguez, provost and vice chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Individualized studies benefits students who:
- Have specific personal, professional or vocational goals
- Seek to combine coursework from two or more disciplines to design a degree that best aligns with their career and personal needs
- Want greater flexibility in online course delivery so they can pursue a college degree while balancing family, work or other commitments.
UW-Stout’s online programs are certified by the United States Distance Learning Association.
UW-Stout has 47 undergraduate and 23 Graduate School programs and also offers many certificates and certifications.