Study at a world-class campus with elite instructors and dedicated students in Madison.
Our face-to-face programs give you the opportunity to join thousands of UW–Madison students on our dynamic campus surrounded by natural beauty.
Some face-to-face programs offer study on evenings or weekends to accommodate working schedules. Enjoy the advantages of on-campus courses and personal connections while keeping your day job.
Accelerated on-campus programs allow you to complete your degree or certificate in a condensed time frame. Get in-person connections and the benefits of campus with minimal disruption to your career.
Prepare to be an actuary in just nine months. Actuarial science is consistently ranked as a top profession. Quickly launch a lucrative career in a growing field with this accelerated program designed to help you pass the actuarial exams. Learn from globally recognized faculty, then get hired into your first job as an actuary.
Study at the birthplace of American cartography! The UW–Madison Non-Thesis Master of Science in Cartography and GIS is a condensed and immersive program in the renowned Science Hall.
Learn the fundamentals of computer sciences and move into the role of software developer in an ever-expanding, global field. You can attend this program full- or part-time and complete it in four to six semesters. Open a door to software developer jobs or launch from here into our professional master’s in computer sciences.
Complete this highly valuable degree in one to two years. Develop knowledge for the fast-moving IT field, apply expertise on the job, and gain essential skills in artificial intelligence, database management, and programming languages. Enter or advance in a growing field.
A master’s degree in economics from UW–Madison makes you a stronger candidate in the job market, or prepares you to enter a rigorous PhD program in economics.
Get a strong foundation in econometrics, the skills you need as a top candidate in the job market or as a PhD student. This non-thesis program allows you to complete your master’s in four semesters. Take seven courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics, and select three elective courses based on your academic or career goals.
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.