To earn a bachelor’s degree you meet course requirements in two main categories.
General education requirements offered at UW–Richland
Many UW–Richland students mark the completion of the first half of a bachelor’s degree by earning the Associate of Arts and Science degree.
Major program of study
Many degree programs require some prerequisite courses before admission into a particular major. UW–Richland offers many of these prerequisites.
To receive a bachelor’s degree, most students must earn a minimum of 120 degree credits. After getting your best start at UW–Richland you can complete your bachelor’s degree by:
- Staying at UW-Richland and completing the requirements for our Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
- Taking advantage of our Collaborative Degree Program.
- Transferring to a UW four-year campus or any other college or university.
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree completion program is a bachelor’s degree that can be earned right here at UW-Richland in collaboration with UW-Platteville. The degree is conferred by UW Colleges. Classes are taught by faculty from UW-Richland and UW-Platteville.
Collaborative Degree Programs Offered
- Articulation program with Mt. Mary College
- Articulation program with Northland College
- Joint Pre-engineering Program with UW–Platteville
Bachelor's Degree programs with UW–Milwaukee
- Art History and Criticism
- Community Engagement & Education
- Information Science & Technology
- Political Science