Why Choose UWM for Online and Blended Learning?
As Southeastern Wisconsin's largest university, UWM offers more than 150 academic programs at the bachelors, master’s and doctoral levels. The University actively connects students with the academic resources they need to succeed.
Blending Life & Learning
For students residing in the region, the University's blended degrees and certificates offer courses that combine face-to-face connections with the added flexibility of online learning. UWM’s location in Milwaukee, the state's business center, also means many opportunities to explore possible careers through internships, clinical experiences and hands-on learning. A recipient of an Alfred P. Sloan Localness Blended Learning grant, UWM is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in blended learning.
All students, no matter where they live, can explore UWM’s fully online programs, which offer ‘classes anytime and quality all the time.’ Our highly rated online programs are designed to facilitate interaction between students and with the instructor, and the University offers a wealth of resources to support online learners. Whether you enroll in an online or blended program, UWM is committed to your success. UWM’s online and blended learning courses:
- Offer the same high-quality curriculum and are taught by the same faculty as on-campus classes.
- Are designed to maximize learning outcomes. Our courses go through a rigorous instructional design process that makes the most out of the combination of online and face-to-face learning and fully online formats.
- Build on a foundation of expertise. UWM has been developing and enhancing online and blended learning programs and opportunities for traditional and non-traditional students since 1999.
UWM students have access to a range of technology supports to ensure success in online and blended learning, such as a call-in help center, online tutoring, and electronic library resources. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about online and blended learning at UWM.