The two-year program’s courses delve into project management, molecular technologies, licensing, patents, and more.
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“I came into the program struggling to stand out in my actuarial job search. I left with a solid job lined up and a ton of preparation for future actuarial exams,” says recent graduate Cole Sebald.
The two-year program offers evening and weekend classes taught by UW–Madison faculty and biotechnology leaders from private industry in the Madison area.
The two-year M.S. in Biotechnology Program examines product development and technology-based entrepreneurship through the lenses of science, law, and business.