Online Education

Online Undergraduate Degrees

  • B.A. Criminology

    The Department of Sociology and Criminology offers majors and minors in sociology and criminology. These courses of study provide students with an understanding of social science perspectives,intellectual and analytical skills necessary to understand and address problems of human society, and professional training necessary for success in applied settings.

    For more information on the B.A. Criminology degree please visit the program's website or contact Dr. Kenneth Mentor at 910.859.3460 or email mentork@uncw.edu.

  • B.A. Elementary Education

    The Elementary Education Program offers a program leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education and licensure to teach grades K-6. The goal of the Elementary Education program at UNCW is to assist in providing an appropriate education for children in grades K-6 through the preparation of teachers who are well educated and professionally competent. The conceptual framework for the elementary education program is one which is common to all teacher education programs at UNCW: Watson College of Education develops highly competent and effective professionals to serve in educational leadership roles.

    For more information on the B.A. Elementary Education degree please visit the program's website or contact Dr. Martin Wasserberg at 910.962.2917 or email wasserbergm@uncw.edu.

  • B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies

    The College of Arts and Sciences offers an interdisciplinary B.A. degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. This degree program is designed to provide a distinctive learning experience for students reenrolling at UNCW after an absence of two or more consecutive (non-summer) semesters. Students electing this program must have previously completed at least 70 credits (transfer credits may count towards this total) and be in good academic standing. The goal of the program is for students to acquire a core liberal arts education combined with focused knowledge and skills. The integrative program curriculum will draw on prior course work while allowing students to complete their education by focusing on a particular option such as Enterprise and Economy, Global and International Studies, Social Institutions and Human Behavior, Science and Technology, Arts and Humanities, or Human Wellbeing.

    For more information on the B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies degree please visit the academic catalogue or contact Maggie Bannon at 910.962.2294 or email bannonm@uncw.edu.

  • B.A. International Studies

    The interdisciplinary B.A. in International Studies degree program is designed to provide a distinctive international credential and learning experience for UNCW students. Occupations and professions in a variety of settings increasingly emphasize global knowledge, skills, and experience. The goal of the program is for students to acquire basic liberal arts skills combined with substantive knowledge and skills focused on global awareness.

    For more information on the B.A. International Studies degree please visit the program's website or contact Dr. Dan Masters at 910.962.7583 or email mastersd@uncw.edu.

  • B.S. Clinical Research

    The Bachelor of Science in Clinical Research offers students the opportunity to gain specialized education, training, and experience in the exciting field of clinical research. Clinical research is the process by which new therapies (medications, biological agents, and devices) are tested in clinical studies prior to approval and marketing. Students in the Clinical Research Program gain a broad-based understanding of the science, regulatory, and business aspects of developing new therapies to treat illness and improve quality of life

    For more information on the B.S. Clinical Research degree please visit the program's website or contact Dr. Barbara Pennington at 910.962.3640 or email penningtonb@uncw.edu.

  • B.S. Nursing (RN to BS)

    To meet today's high demand for nursing professionals, UNCW is offering an accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing program completely online. The University of North Carolina Wilmington School of Nursing has been educating exceptional nurses for over four decades, as demonstrated by its accomplished alumni.

    For more information on the B.S. Nursing degree please visit the program's website or contact Dr. Nancy Ahern at 910.962.2627 or email ahernn@uncw.edu.