The first day of spring is approaching fast, and you know what that means. It’s time to start thinking about summer.
Your smart summer checklist should include plenty of SPF and water. But here’s another item to add to your list: An online University of Wisconsin Applied Computing bachelor’s degree.
We know what you’re thinking, whoa, whoa, whoa. That’s a big leap. But summer is a great time to enroll in your first course. By starting your education this summer, you’ll be able to ease into your online learning experience and sign up for a course that has no prerequisites, such as “Math for Computer Science” and “Legal and Ethical Responsibilities of the IT Professional.”
And by taking advantage of summer semesters, you can cut almost a year off of your total time to your degree. In this program, you must complete 61 credits to graduate—summer is a valuable time to blast through more credits and start benefiting from your bachelor’s degree sooner!
Summer term starts May 29. Registration is open now.
Summer courses run: May 29 – August 17
Preview week (when enrolled students can explore the online learning management system) starts: May 22
Please see the UW Applied Computing Course Schedule page for information about specific courses.
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Next step: Apply now
If you are not already enrolled, your first step will be applying to the UW Bachelor of Science in Applied Computing. Click here to learn more about the application process. If you have questions, please contact a UW enrollment adviser at 1-877-895-3276 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They can walk you through the process.