The UW-Madison College of Engineering is among the nation’s best. Our graduate degrees and programs are highly ranked and our faculty are respected as leaders. Here you won’t just find classrooms and labs, you’ll find a welcoming community designed to support you, mentor you and help you excel in your chosen field of research. Get ready to make an impact both on campus and around the world.
As a student in our accelerated, non-thesis program in biomedical engineering, you’ll take classes that deepen your knowledge of the engineering tools you need to solve problems in biology and medicine and further contribute in the workplace.
As a student in our Biomedical Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship accelerated program, you’ll engage in graduate-level, project-based experiences in design, prototyping and manufacturing.
The civil and environmental engineering professional (accelerated) master’s program from UW–Madison equips you with the latest scientific and technological knowledge and the skills and tools you need to analyze advanced engineering problems.
As a master’s student in our accelerated Master of Science in Design + Innovation program, you’ll be part of a unique interdisciplinary degree combining engineering, business, human ecology, user experience, and art.
As a master’s student in our accelerated machine learning and signal processing program, you can learn quantitative thinking, practical problem-solving and coding – and how to apply those skills in a variety of fields.
As a master’s student in our accelerated electrical and computer engineering program, you can choose specializations such as networking and security, computer architecture, electric machines and drives, semiconductor device and fabrication technology, and more, or a custom curriculum path that you design yourself.
As an aerospace engineering student in our accelerated master’s degree program in engineering mechanics, you’ll learn advanced mechanics topics specific to the aerospace field.
As a master’s student in our accelerated Human Factors and Health Systems Engineering program you’ll gain exposure to physical ergonomics, cognitive ergonomics, macroergonomics and broad issues in health care, including long-term care, prevention, quality improvement, health care financing, and system evaluation.
Analytics and the ability to effectively use data is quickly becoming an important component in engineering decision making—and our accelerated master’s program fills a strong need in the marketplace for people who use analytical tools to transform data into insights for making better decisions.
Our accelerated master’s program meets rapidly growing demand for engineers who specialize in nanotechnology and nanoengineering.
As a master’s student in our accelerated mechanical engineering program, you’ll take courses that provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to carry out advanced technical work in areas such as heat transfer, mechanics, controls, biomechanics, manufacturing, and more.