Grow your career – and a greener world – with a master’s degree from UW–Madison.
Environmental challenges are increasing around the globe, and so is the demand for people to solve them. Equip yourself to be a leader in advancing conservation efforts with our accelerated degrees.
Be ahead of the curve with the Resource and Energy Demand Analysis (REDA) accelerated master’s program – the first professional training program of its kind, anywhere. With a Master of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics through REDA, in just one year you’ll learn to use economic modeling, large data sets, and analytics to provide high-level environmental analysis.
Or, push the limits of remote sensing and geospatial analysis with a Master of Science in Environmental Conservation in the Environmental Observation and Informatics program.
The world needs your expertise; UW–Madison can level up your learning.
Get ahead of the curve with an accelerated master’s from the first professional program of its kind, anywhere. You’ll excel as part of the new workforce of analysts who evaluate energy efficiency programs and conservation initiatives that curb climate change, increase sustainability, and protect natural resources. Study face-to-face in Madison.
Prepare to meet the global demand for leaders with technical expertise who can advance conservation efforts. Complete your master’s in just 15 months through a unique hybrid approach that combines learning on campus and an online component, with a leadership experience that can take place anywhere in the world. Housed in the Nelson Institute for the Environmental Studies, you’ll benefit academically and professionally from UW–Madison’s environmental expertise and award-winning alumni.