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University of Wisconsin - Madison

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0% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 3 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Fast Facts

Average Financial Aid: $8,324

Accreditation: University of Wisconsin - Madison is acredited by 21 agencies

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Salary Score for Online Degrees at University of Wisconsin - Madison

Bachelor's Degrees

Finance and Financial Management Services $17,500 $61,474 91
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $19,599 $65,921 51

Master's Degrees

Engineering, General $40,706 $110,338 95
Business/Commerce, General $52,324 $112,390 94
Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment Professions $61,500 $105,101 67
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology $24,693 $45,988 49
Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $41,500 $54,155 39
Library Science and Administration $40,145 $40,309 21
Civil Engineering Not Reported $65,403 20

Doctoral Degrees

Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Professions $63,757 $71,047 54
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing $61,000 $96,519 21

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Reviewed: 10/18/2022

Degree: Accounting

I was in the UW Flex program, and it seemed perfect until I found out you can basically not do any work, and just donate to the right professor for an easy A. No thanks, unlike some of my classmates, I am proud I finished with old fashioned hard work.


Reviewed: 11/14/2021

Degree: Engineering

Wisconsin does not car about student issues or problems. They only care that you pay your tuition. Stay away Tried to drop a class but was unable to figure out the process using company computer. Called and emailed multiple multiple times but no one was Ble to help me. Then the school came after me for money even though the issue was on their end.


Reviewed: 9/4/2014

Degree: Education

The financial aid office is terrible. There is limited support and funds for single parents. The instructors overload work not being realistic that you have other courses, families, and work. The school is only designed for traditional students who do not have obligations.