Online Degrees in Technology

Earn a Master's or Bachelor's on your schedule.

The demand for educated technologists continues to grow year after year. Increase your earning potential and open the door for more possibilities with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in one of these in-demand areas. Take control of your future, from the comfort of your home.

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Choose from 6 Online Degrees in Technology. 3 Master's. 3 Bachelor's.

UW Extended Campus offers 6 different online degrees in technology across the master’s and bachelor’s level. Each degree serves to educate students to fill some of the most in-demand positions in technology. Find the fit that’s right for you.

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Master’s in Cybersecurity 

12 courses. 34 credits. 

From cyber analysts to CISOs, the cybersecurity job market is growing – exponentially – and there is a need for all backgrounds and skills. Gain specialized technical skills, plus fundamental cybersecurity knowledge and tailor your degree to align with your career goals. Choose from four tracks of study: Cyber Response, Digital Forensics, Security Architecture or Leadership and Governance.

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Master’s in Data Science

12 courses. 36 credits.

As a Data Science student you’ll learn 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.

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Master’s in IT Management

13 courses. 37 credits.

Designed for professionals interested in leading IT initiatives and helping organizations evaluate and keep pace with technology changes. Learn essential management skills and gain knowledge in IT areas that are critical to advancing business strategy, such as data science, cloud computing, and enterprise security. Equip yourself to lead people, process, and technology. 

Bachelor's Degrees in Technology

These bachelor’s completion degrees are designed for students who’ve completed some college coursework, but have not yet earned their bachelor’s degree.

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Bachelor’s in Applied Computing 

21 courses. 61 credits. 

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

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Bachelor’s in Health Information Management & Technology

21 courses. 61 credits. 

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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Bachelor’s in Information Science and Technology

19 courses. 57 credits

Offered in the competency-based UW Flexible Option format, this UW-Milwaukee degree builds on your experience, allowing you to earn a degree at a pace you control. Stay on top of the ever-evolving field of IT, while developing core skills in information science, architecture; organization, storage and retrieval; and applications of the internet.

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