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University of Wisconsin–Madison

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University of Wisconsin-Madison offers graduate degrees online for adult learners on an independent website called advanceyourcareer.wisc.edu. A robust and information-heavy site, AdvanceYourCareer offers a one-stop experience for graduate degree seekers. Graduate degrees available online include agriculture, business & management, computing, technology, data science & math, economics, education, engineering, environmental, sustainability & conservation sciences, health professions & related studies, language & culture, library & information studies, politics & policy and social work. Capstone certificates are also offered online for the established professional. In addition to two extensive FAQ pages, a blog and a comprehensive listing of all courses and programs, the site links to various other resources within the University of Wisconsin’s main site. Student support services include academic assistance and advising, access to on campus and statewide support organizations and the adult career services section.

Students Enrolled
11,944
Programs
14
Calendar
Semesters
Control
Public—State
Founding Year
1848
Resources
  • e-mail services
  • library services
  • campus computer network
  • career placement assistance
  • academic advising
  • bookstore

Contacts

First Name
Jeffrey
Middle Name
S.
Last Name
Russell
Title
Dean of Continuing Studies
Phone
608-262-1156
Title
Division of Continuing Studies
Phone
608-262-1156

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

Madison, WI

The University of Wisconsin-Madison (referred to as “UW”, or regionally as “UW-M”) is a public land-grant university and a prolific research institution. Located in Madison, Wisconsin, UW’s main campus is 936-acres and features four National Historic Landmarks. UW offers students a world-class education and has been named the 11th best public university in the United . . .

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