Online/Distance Learning & Evening Courses
UW-Madison courses - search tips for finding courses
Search for online classes: Using the search box you can locate online classes by selecting Mode of Instruction.
Search for late day/evening classes: If you are looking for a course at a certain day of the week or time of day, use Day of Week and/or Meeting Time fields. Narrow your search by limiting it to specific departments, course numbers, etc.
Note: To take classes listed in the UW-Madison Schedule of Classes you must be an admitted UW-Madison undergraduate, graduate or University Special student.
Due to current state regulations, at this time we are not able to accept applications to UW-Madison for online courses or programs from students living in or planning to live in the following states while enrolled: Arkansas, Kansas, Massachusetts.
UW System distance learning options
Distance Learning Hundreds of credit and noncredit courses are offered based on semester calendars through UW System campuses via technologies such as the Internet, compressed teleconferencing, and more.
eCampus UW eCampus is your gateway to online education programs offered throughout the University of Wisconsin System.
Independent Learning Catalog More than 100 university courses can help you keep on track earning your degree. Begin any time, study at your own pace, and take up to one year to complete your course. Browse the online catalog at il.wisconsin.edu/catalog. Not sure if distance education is right for you? Take this free online personal assessment tool.
UW Colleges Online Online courses and an online two-year associate degree. Details available at 1-877-449-1877.
UW System “Major Mania” Searchable site of UW-System undergraduate and graduate academic programs via distance education.
Wisconsin Technical College System online learning
Wisconsin Technical College System Campuses with links to online learning and other flexible learning alternatives.
UW-Madison Noncredit Continuing Studies Catalog Publication is also available in print; contact 608-262-1156.
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