High-achieving underrepresented and financially disadvantaged students can apply for scholarships for the University of Wisconsin–Madison Data Science in Human Behavior MS program.
Sammy K. Ngichabe took his master’s degree in clinical and health informatics to a world stage, applying what he learned at the United Nations.
Learn about the flexibility and advancement opportunities offered by professional engineering programs, including accelerated, fast-paced options and Interdisciplinary Professional Programs, which include 100% online options.
Learn about the variety of scholarships for students seeking professional degrees and certificates and how to apply for them. You’ll hear from scholarship recipients, too! Click to learn more about UW-Madison Office of Student Financial Aid and the Pharmaceutical Sciences MS Merit Awards.
The UW–Madison Capstone Certificate in Actuarial Science is a fast-paced program designed for individuals interested in math and statistics who want to quickly launch their careers.
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For the 11th year in a row, U.S. News & World Report has ranked online master’s degree programs at the University of Wisconsin–Madison among the country’s best.
UW–Madison’s MS in Psychology: Data Science in Human Behavior (DSHB) program provides direct, hands-on training in data science tailored to suit people with a social science background.
Jesus Cortez was an engineering major at UW–Madison, until he changed his mind and changed direction. Having a lot of time to think and examine his values in the midst of the pandemic allowed him to home in on his passion.