Now you can complete your bachelor's degree at a great university – on your schedule, from anywhere.
The University of Washington is launching a new Undergraduate Online Degree Completion program, so you can earn a college degree from the UW no matter what your schedule is or where you live. Like students on campus, you'll get a first-rate education from top UW faculty, but you'll have the added flexibility that online study provides. And it's affordable, with costs much lower than those of many other online degree completion programs.
The first degree offered by the program will be a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood and Family Studies. Presented by the highly ranked UW College of Education, the early childhood and family studies program prepares graduates for careers in early childhood development and in readying children for school success.
A college education has never been more valuable, and the quality of that education counts. Why not finish your degree through one of the world's top universities and research institutions? In its 2012–2013 rankings, the Times of London rated the University of Washington 4th among public universities in the United States and 24th among all universities in the world.
Finishing your college degree online at the UW is not only convenient, it's affordable. Fees are $160 per credit – up to five times less than those of other online degree completion programs. Because the UW Undergraduate Online Degree Completion program is a fee-based program, the cost is the same for everyone, whether you are in state or out of state.
Applications for the degree completion program in early childhood and family studies are now being accepted, with classes starting in the fall. See the Admissions page for more details and to sign up for email updates about the program.
Applications OpenSeptember 2014
Are you a community college student? Learn about innovative partnerships between the UW Undergraduate Online Degree Completion program and a number of community colleges, including reverse transfer credit agreements.