The program fills a growing demand for geospatial science skills in such fields as economics, conservation, and public health.
They learn to operate their own farms, run an agricultural business, or work in the agribusiness sector.
The program prepares students for information work in library, nonprofit, and business settings.
The program offers convenient classes on evenings and weekends over four semesters.
New program allows professionals to pursue a degree part-time.
The degree is geared toward manufacturing engineers and engineering managers looking to advance to a senior position or boost productivity at their organizations.
The UW-Madison program gave Wesley Szamotula a convenient way to continue his education.
pdc.wisc.edu now highlights accessible courses for developing marketable skills.