Online Business degrees

Earn a University of Wisconsin business degree that fits your busy life

You want to earn your bachelor’s degree in business but can’t attend classes on campus. UW Extended Campus partners with UW-Parkside to offer two online business degrees that allow you to take control of your future, and earn a degree from the comfort of your home. You can choose the program that is best fit for your life. 

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Management

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Choose the online degree that’s right for you!

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 

  • The UW Flexible Option competency-based format provides maximum flexibility—no deadlines or live log-on requirements so you can finish courses when it works for you
  • 12-week subscription periods, starting every  month
  • Self-paced program allows you to build on the knowledge you already have to control how quickly progress through the program
  • Save time and money with the Flex Tuition Guarantee
Bachelor of Science in Business Management 

  • Structured format lends accountability to your studies
  • Semester-based program; take courses every fall, spring, and summer
  • Instructor-led courses and project deadlines keep your studies on track
  • Affordable flat tuition


A Collaboration of the UW System

The online UW Bachelor of Business Administration and UW Bachelor of Business Management are a collaboration of UW Extended Campus and UW-Parkside. This collaboration gives you access to the best talent and resources of the UW System. Both degrees are developed by faculty at UW-Parkside, and courses are designed to provide you with the essential business knowledge and skills needed to succeed in today’s economy. 

UW-Parkside is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges & Schools, and by AACSB International—less than 5 percent of the business schools worldwide earn this accreditation.