Bachelor's Degrees

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

The Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) degree completion program is a bachelor’s degree that can be earned right here at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County in collaboration with UW-La Crosse, UW-Parkside, UW-Stevens Point, and UW-Stout. The degree is conferred by UW Colleges. Classes are taught by faculty from UW-Colleges and the UW 4-year partner campuses.

Collaborative Degree Programs

Students enrolled at UW-BSC may complete a bachelors degree through one of the following Collaborative Degree Programs:

UW-Milwaukee College Connections

Majors Include: Organization Administration, Communication, Information Resources

UW-Oshkosh Leadership Development Program

Majors Include: Criminal Justice, Fire and Emergency Response Management, Human Services Leadership Online, Leadership and Organizational Studies, Leadership Development, Liberal Studies, Organizational Administration

Extended Degree Programs

There are also opportunities to complete a bachelors degree through one of the UW extended degree programs available:

UW System E-Campus

eCampus offers online education programs offered throughout the University of Wisconsin System. eCampus offers classes taught only by UW professors and graduates finish with the same UW degrees and certificates as students who are on a campus.

UW-Green Bay

Majors Include: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Applied Studies, and Bachelor of Business Administration


Majors Include: Criminal Justice and Business Administration


Majors Include: Communication Arts, Elementary Education, Organization Administration, and Individually Designed

UW-Madison Connections

UW-Madison offers the Connections Program to select applicants. These students, who are Wisconsin residents, have the opportunity to start at a partner college or university and finish their bachelor’s degree at UW-Madison. While at UW-Baraboo/Sauk County, they are admitted both by UW-Madison and UW-Baraboo/Sauk County. When the student has completed 54 credits at their local campus, the transition to UW-Madison.