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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Combining the study of science, law, and business, the UW-Madison master’s in biotechnology program helps working professionals advance in their careers.
The program helped Richard Irvan find new ways to use technology in the classroom and develop the leadership skills he needs in his current role as a history curriculum specialist.
In addition to earning the No. 12 spot overall, UW–Madison earned top rankings in logic and verification, combining logic and verification with programming languages, measurement and performance analysis, computer architecture, operating systems, and databases.