Earn your master’s degree faster, start your career stronger
UW–Madison’s accelerated master’s degrees are for engineers who want advanced technical expertise to pursue challenging careers. Earn your master’s in as little as 12–16 months, then enter the job market ready to innovate and problem-solve in an advanced engineering role. Plus, engineers with master’s degrees earn an average of 22 percent more than engineers with bachelor’s degrees.*
Classes are conducted in person, so you benefit from classroom instruction and hands-on lab work, learning alongside peers who share your interests, faculty who are leaders in their fields and industry professionals with real-world expertise. No thesis is required, so you can put your knowledge to work right away.
Choose from a variety of programs to focus on your area of interest.
Learn from the best
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is ranked among the Best Engineering Grad Schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Our engineering faculty and students are at the forefront of scientific discovery and real-world translation. You’ll have access to groundbreaking research, cutting-edge facilities and a global alumni network spanning every industry and specialty.
*UW–Madison Academic Planning and Institutional Research Dataviz (in partnership with the U.S. Census Bureau and the Institute for Research on Innovation and Science). Percent increase identified by comparing median salaries of engineering bachelor’s and master’s graduates one year after college.