The Master of Science in Biotechnology Program is geared toward working scientists, business people, attorneys, and other professionals with busy schedules.
“I love to learn, and I felt the four-year degree would make me a more well-rounded person,” says recent graduate JoAnn Brink.
Programs combine the structure of semester schedules with work-friendly flexibility
A specialized path to an industrial engineering master’s degree, the Human Factors and Health Systems Engineering program prepares professionals to drive innovation in health care and beyond.
The OTD program is designed to train occupational therapists to become visionary leaders.
Life coaching students worked with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Stoughton Area Resource Team (START)
The two-year program offers evening and weekend classes taught by UW–Madison faculty and biotechnology leaders from private industry in the Madison area.