University of Wisconsin-Superior, founded in 1893, is a public liberal arts college that offers more than 30 undergraduate programs and good number of graduate studies programs. It also offers quality educational programs to nontraditional students through its Center for Continuing Education/Extension and Distance Learning programs.
Currently fully online programs offered through the Distance Learning Center are the Bachelor’s Degree in Communicating Arts (major in Speech Communication), Bachelor’s Degree in Communicating Arts, Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education, Bachelor’s Degree in Sustainable Management, the Individually Designed Major program, and the Associate of Arts and Sciences online degree program. The online Individually Designed Major program is an interdisciplinary program that allows the students, with the help of an advisor, to design their own major around at least areas of study.
Aside from the online degree programs offered through the Distance Learning Center, the center also offers a Library Media Specialist Certification course. There are also online graduate courses that are available through the Center for Continuing Education and Extension. In addition to this, the Educational Leadership Department also offers two online Masters of Science in Education programs, namely the Teaching Education Program in Instruction and the Teacher Education Program in Reading.
Admissions requirements vary per online program, although all undergraduate programs require proof of high school completion, while graduate programs require a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. For details on programmatic requirements and tuition and fees, it is best to contact the university’s admissions office.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior has been continuously accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association since 1916.