The two-year program’s courses delve into project management, molecular technologies, licensing, patents, and more.
Three-year master’s program trains physician assistants in medically underserved communities.
Gross chose UW–Madison’s program to become conversant in biotechnology language and better understand some of the industry’s most complex issues.
The two-year program includes courses in business, science, and law, which are taught by UW–Madison faculty, industry regulators, and leaders of Madison-area biotech companies.
Matter prepared for his future with coursework about intellectual property, business strategies, regulations and ethics, and commercialization pathways.
After graduating from the program, Wallace Jerome built his company into a powerhouse
Liermann gained skills in leadership, cross-functional communication, and more in his business and law courses.
“I came into the program struggling to stand out in my actuarial job search. I left with a solid job lined up and a ton of preparation for future actuarial exams,” says recent graduate Cole Sebald.
UW-Madison offers two online certificates and one online master’s in GIS.