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School of Pharmacy announces master’s program scholarships to address inequities

Scholarships are available for graduate students who are pursuing a master’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Applied Drug Development or Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation and demonstrate a financial need and/or have a strong commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

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New online Capstone Certificate in Applied Bioinformatics meets rising demand for biotechnology professionals

The fully online graduate certificate program provides working professionals with the knowledge and skills to process biological data from scientific research.

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UW–Madison professional degrees and certificates help working adults advance their careers

UW–Madison’s professional degrees and certificates are meeting the needs of students and employers in Wisconsin and beyond.

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New professional certificate helps health care professionals create healthier lives through data

The UW–Madison Capstone Certificate in Clinical and Health Informatics (CHI) is a fully online program offered through the School of Medicine and Public Health.

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UW–Madison pioneers master’s program in therapeutic use of psychoactive drugs

The fully online MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences: Psychoactive Pharmaceutical Investigation will equip graduates to be future leaders in the field of therapeutic development and deployment of psychoactive substances.

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UW–Madison online graduate engineering program ranked 8th by U.S News & World Report

For the 10th year in a row, the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s online master’s degrees in engineering have been ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. This year’s 8th-place ranking …

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Manufacturing Systems Engineering graduate future-proofs his career

Although Richard Ohrt already earned his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering as well as an MBA and was comfortably employed, he knew there were skills he needed in his educational toolbox. The strategic manufacturing engineer at …

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Clinical and Health Informatics graduate program receives prestigious designation

The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Master of Science in Clinical and Health Informatics is now backed by a global advisor and thought leader, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, Inc. (HIMSS). The new master’s program …

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Environmental engineering graduate looks to the future

When Christa DeVries enrolled in the Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, it wasn’t because she was looking to explore an entirely new industry. She had previously earned two …

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