Associate of Arts and Sciences Pathways

Take your Associate of Arts and Sciences degree further.

Associate of Arts and Sciences pathways offer the flexiblility of online courses for students like you. Whether you work full time, are deployed, or simply prefer the format of online learning, you can turn your Associate of Arts and Sciences degree into the foundation for a Bachelor of Science degree.

To help you reach your educational goals, advisors and faculty at UW-Parkside work with you to choose courses that clear the way. Take a look at these sample pathways.


Associate of Arts and Sciences to Bachelor of Science Pathway

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CAHIIM accredited. 100% online.

Offered with our UW partners, the Health Information Management and Technology degree is one of the only programs that provides you with essential skills in both health information management and technology. As a graduate, you will be uniquely prepared to pursue jobs in a wide array of healthcare environments. 


  • Health Information Management
  • Health Information Technology


Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management and Technology

John Bennett, Ph.D., J.D.
Academic Director



Associate of Arts and Sciences to Bachelor of Science Pathway

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100% online.

The Sustainable Management bachelor's degree program will introduce you to a diverse set of skills in business, environmental science, resource management, and sustainable development that translate to any industry. The program emphasizes achieving a triple bottom line that integrates Profit, People and Planet. Environmental protection, social responsibility, and profitability are vital to today’s economy.


Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Management

Bryan Lewis
Academic Director


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UW-Parkside is your local connection to the degree pathways program, where you can meet with advisors and connect to the resources our campus provides. As an online student, you have access to the same services traditional students have such as Parkside's Tutoring and Career Centers, Student Health and Counseling Center, Library, Clubs and Organizations, as well as the opportunity to meet face-to-face with faculty.



University of Wisconsin System Member
The Higher Learning Commission
Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification
UW Vets - Veterans Education & Transition to Success
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