Geared toward working professionals with busy schedules, including practicing scientists, technical professionals, attorneys, and businesspeople, the multidisciplinary program offers classes on evenings and weekends. Instructors include UW–Madison faculty and biotechnology leaders from private industry in the Madison area.
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UW-Madison’s multidisciplinary Master of Science in Biotechnology program focuses on product development and technology-based entrepreneurship.
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Farm & Industry Short Course students can customize the 16-week program with classes in soils, crops, dairy, agricultural engineering, farm business planning, and more.