Designed with an understanding that today’s organizations need qualified professionals to lead effective wellness programs, the online UW Health and Wellness bachelor’s and master’s degree programs provide the skills you need to design, develop, implement, promote, and manage health and wellness initiatives that effect lasting change.
UW Health and Wellness programs are a smart choice for busy adults who want to advance their careers—or start a whole new career—but don’t have time for on-campus courses.
Online Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees
UW Health and Wellness Management bachelor’s and master’s programs are taught by diverse and distinguished faculty from across the University of Wisconsin System.
Because our programs are entirely online, you can study and do homework whenever you like, wherever you have an Internet connection. Courses have no set meeting times, and you never need to come to campus.
At the same time, you will have ready access to advisers and faculty by phone and email, and you may take advantage of on-campus resources such as career assistance and libraries.
Visit the links below for details, including eligibility, prerequisites, and more.
The 21-course, 61-credit Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness Management prepares you to embrace the complexity of a health and wellness management role and assume a leadership position in the field. You will be confident in your ability to manage and administer the integration of a wellness culture with a wide array of programs that span across divisions, departments, and business units.
The program’s final course, a capstone experience, gives you the opportunity to apply what you’ve learned in a real-world setting. You will complete a 100-hour field work project and gain valuable hands-on experience helping a real organization address their wellness needs.
The Master of Science in Health and Wellness Management is a 12-course, 36-credit graduate program designed to prepare you to succeed in organizational wellness.
Through a core curriculum plus a capstone experience, this graduate program covers topics including program budgeting, legal and policy issues, strategic planning, change management, systems thinking, marketing, and communication.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Our program’s faculty is one of its greatest strengths. All courses in these online programs are designed and taught by distinguished faculty at the University of Wisconsin, many of whom actively work and are top experts in the health and wellness field.
Whether online or on campus, University of Wisconsin programs have a reputation for delivering world-class education and student support. Our accreditation is your assurance that you will graduate with skills that are relevant to your field and valued by employers. It also makes future credit transfers smoother and easier.
University of Wisconsin institutions offering the online Health and Wellness Management programs are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The programs have been approved by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents.
About UW Extended Campus
Fulfilling the promise of “The Wisconsin Idea”—the philosophy that University of Wisconsin education and research initiatives should benefit all the people of the state—UW Extended Campus provides statewide access to university resources and research so Wisconsin residents can learn, grow, and succeed at all stages of life. UW Extended Campus coordinates University of Wisconsin continuing education programs at all 13 campuses. In addition to UW Health and Wellness Management, CEOEL offers these online degree programs:
- BS in Applied Computing
- MS in Data Science
- BS in Health Information Management & Technology
- BS or MS in Sustainable Management
- BS in Nursing (National) BSN Linc
- BS in Nursing (Wisconsin residents) BSN@Home
Graduates of our online programs earn the very same University of Wisconsin degrees as students who attend classes on campus. As a graduate, you can feel proud and confident knowing that your credential is recognized the world over and respected by employers.
In addition, UW Extended Campus offers:
- The UW Flexible Option–degree programs that allow you to earn credit for what you already know,
- The University Learning Store–focused credentials to meet workforce needs, and
- UW Independent Learning–a way for undergraduates to earn UW college credit online and at their own pace.
Find Out More
To find out how the UW Health and Wellness Management program can help you make a difference in a rewarding career, contact an enrollment adviser.
Our enrollment advisers are available Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Fridays 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CT, or by appointment.