How to Access Online Courses
- View the Registrar's Office Class Schedules page.
- Click on Self Service > Class Search.
- Choose the desired term using the drop-down arrow.
- Under Additional Search Criteria, in Mode of Instruction, select online.
- Please note, these instructions will show only open classes.
- If you wish to see all online courses in a given term, you must uncheck the Show Open Classes Only box.
Online Undergraduate Degrees
Are you an RN who would like to return to school and earn a Bachelors Degree in Nursing but just don't have the time? The BSN@Home program is an opportunity to get a degree from a prestigious University of Wisconsin institution, without disrupting your work or family life. A majority of coursework is done online, but some of the participating institutions do require at least one class on the campus. This program is for Wisconsin residents only.
Bachelor of Professional Studies in Organizational Leadership and Communication
Whether you want to move ahead in your current job, or are considering a career change – the online Bachelor in Professional Studies (BPS) can help. A degree completion program designed and taught by UW-Eau Claire faculty – bringing you a quality UW education with the flexibility you need all on an accelerated timeline. It's a foundation for a growing variety of positions in business, technology, management and industry.
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Online Graduate Degrees and Certificate Programs
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Our 30-credit Consortium MBA program is designed for people like you - business people, engineers, health care providers and others interested in moving ahead in their careers.
Master of Business Administration Foundation Program
Complete MBA prerequisite courses at an accelerated pace with our 17-credit program.
Foundations of Business Certificate
Our 13-credit certificate program is designed for those without an undergraduate degree in business who want to increase their business knowledge and skills. Courses in the certificate program can be applied towards the MBA program course prerequisites.
School Library Media Specialist Program
Are you interested in becoming a school library information specialist? The coursework is designed for the 902 Initial and 902 Professional licenses leading to initial and advanced certification as a school library media specialist.
Director of Special Education and Pupil Services (DSEPS)
The demand for Directors of Special Education and Pupil Services is increasing dramatically. Join the new generation of dynamic leaders who will develop innovative special education services that are fully responsive to the future! This 13-credit graduate program leads to Wisconsin DPI certification (License Code 80).
More than 300 non-credit online programs are available through a partnership between UW-Eau Claire Continuing Education and Education To Go (Ed2go), a provider of adult continuing education programs for more than 1,500 leading colleges, universities, and other educational institutions.
Ed2go offers a wide range of highly interactive non-credit courses that you can take entirely over the Internet. All of our courses are taught by Ed2go instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you. Most courses offer 2.5 CEUS; health care topics offer 3.0 CEUs. A variety of certificate programs are also available. .
UW-Eau Claire currently supports Desire2Learn (D2L) as the campus course management system (CMS) for web-based and web-enhanced instruction. A quick start guide, instructions, and information can be found at:
Other technology resources are available at the following links:
- Building information technology skills (BITS)
- Learning and technology services online help collection
- Help desk
Registration for online courses
Online courses may be taken by admitted UW-Eau Claire students who have taken and/or are taking other UW-Eau Claire classes. These students may register on MyBlugold.Students desiring to take a class or two who have not been admitted to UW-Eau Claire are called "special" students. For information on registering, see Special Student Registration information.