Is graduate-level education right for you? Listen and find out.
Get the inside scoop from adult students who took the leap to get a professional degree or certificate. Also hear from the people behind our graduate programs — the people who will support you in the pursuit of your academic and professional goals.
We will address the most pressing issues, such as: How will a graduate degree or certificate help advance my career? What are options for financing my education? How will I balance work, school and life?
Learn how to shape your future, your way.
Join a Design + Innovation MS student and the academic director to learn how to maintain a healthy work-life balance while enrolled in an accelerated, face-to-face professional program that doesn’t require a thesis.
Learn about the benefits of online graduate programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from staff and alumni of the 100% online MS in Educational Psychology: Professional Educators program.
Hear from a Clinical & Health Informatics MS alum and an enrollment coach on how you can maintain a healthy work-life balance while enrolled in a professional program.
Enrollment Coaches Anna Denucci and Michelle Gullickson share how to make your master’s or capstone certificate application the best it can be.
Learn about the flexibility and advancement opportunities offered by professional engineering programs, including accelerated, fast-paced options and Interdisciplinary Professional Programs, which include 100% online options.
Learn about the variety of scholarships for students seeking professional degrees and certificates and how to apply for them. You’ll hear from scholarship recipients, too! Click to learn more about UW-Madison Office of Student Financial Aid and the Pharmaceutical Sciences MS Merit Awards.
Learn how enrollment coaches and program coordinators work collaboratively to support students throughout their academic journey, from finding the right program and applying through starting and finishing a degree or capstone certificate program and beyond.
Jesus Cortez was an engineering major at UW–Madison, until he changed his mind and changed direction. Having a lot of time to think and examine his values in the midst of the pandemic allowed him to home in on his passion.
Whether you are coming from an undergraduate program, you have been working for years, or you are somewhere in between, we”ll share ideas and criteria to help you narrow down programs that meet your needs.
Hear from students and alumni with varied journeys and goals for pursuing a graduate-level degree or capstone certificate.