University of Wisconsin-Platteville's distance education program began in 1978 as a print-based correspondence program, offering a single bachelor's degree in business administration. Three years later, its first graduating class numbered just five. Living up to the Pioneer name, in 1999 UW-Platteville became the first public university in Wisconsin to deliver an entire degree online, a master's degree in project management. That same year, the University founded the Center for Distance Learning to support the growing population of online students. The first 13 graduates celebrated their commencement in 2001.

In the years since, UW-Platteville Center for Distance Learning has surpassed 2,186 graduates and our one-stop-shop approach to student services is a model for distance education programs nationally. We now reach more than 2,500 students worldwide through seven degree programs at both the graduate and undergraduate level. 

Administration & Faculty

College of EMS Graduate Studies Director, Professor & Online Engineering Program Coordinator
Professor & Program Coordinator, M.S. in Criminal Justice
Associate Professor & Program Coordinator, B.S. in Criminal Justice Online
Program Coordinator, Project Management
Program Coordinator, Integrated Supply Chain Management
Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator, Organizational Change Leadership
Instructor & Program Coordinator, Business Administration (Distance Education)