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Expand Your Career Potential


Explore the Wisconsin School of Business’ three new business master’s programs. Learn how you can get the focused skills employers need in just one year. Add an advanced degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison to your résumé.

The master’s programs feature leading-edge curricula and an experiential format that position you for success. Additional benefits include:

  • Completion in just one year
  • World-renowned faculty and industry experts
  • No work experience required
  • Hands-on, in-person learning with corporate partners
  • Lifelong global network
  • National recruiting platform

Expand Your Career Potential

Explore these business master’s degrees and listen to podcasts and webinars with the MS program directors to learn how you can get the focused skills employers need in just one year with one of these degrees from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

The master’s programs feature leading-edge curricula and an experiential format that position you for success. Additional benefits include:

  • Completion in just nine months (two semesters) 
  • World-renowned faculty and industry experts
  • No work experience required
  • Hands-on, in-person learning with corporate partners
  • Lifelong global network
  • National recruiting platform
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Master of Science in Business Analytics

Gain High Demand Business Analytics Expertise

This STEM-designated degree, Master of Science-Business: Operations and Technology Management: Business Analytics, gives you the skills to harness the power of data to address complex business questions. Prepare to contribute strategic insights and actionable recommendations in any industry.


Kristen Branch

“Analytics impact all functions of business and our program’s approach reflects that. We have experts in marketing, supply chain, operations and information management, and technology teaching in our MSBA core and the electives. We're a globally ranked, nationally renowned university that's phenomenal in both our research and our academic offerings. Our experiential projects help our students learn from the best in the industry as well as allow them to demonstrate their impressive analytical abilities.”

—Kristin Branch
Director, Business Analytics MS program

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Master of Science in Real Estate

Stand Out in the Multifaceted Real Estate Field

Prepare to address the complexities of commercial real estate development and investment in this creative, thriving industry. With this degree, Master of Science-Business: Real Estate and Urban Economics: Real Estate, you will get focused knowledge and gain industry connections to succeed in a dedicated real estate career or in complementary real estate work in other fields.


Mark Eppli

“A real estate degree from Wisconsin carries global recognition—we’re like no other real estate program in the world. Students benefit from a network of more than 2,000 active alumni in cities worldwide. We are set apart by the depth of our applied learning opportunities, both in and outside the classroom.”

—Mark Eppli
Director, James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate

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Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

Establish Yourself as a Leader in This Essential Field

This STEM-designated degree, Master of Science-Business: Supply Chain Management, provides expert training to lead complex business transformation. You will be well prepared to create essential cross-functional synergies, increase customer value, and boost collaboration.


Jake Dean

“The Wisconsin School of Business has been teaching an end-to-end, customer-focused curriculum since 1991—before ‘supply chain management’ as we know it today even existed. We are a recognized curricular leader among the country’s best supply chain programs. Our faculty are experts, and we bolster classroom learning with significant exposure to supply chain industry leaders. This new master’s program was designed to build on that strong foundation and position program graduates to fill a growing skills gap.”

—Jake Dean
Director, Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management

Explore These Career-expanding Degrees Further

Learn more about program requirements, curriculum, and how to apply to earn a business master’s degree at the Wisconsin School of Business. You may also reach out to our admissions team to discuss the one-year master’s degrees and your career goals.

Betsy Kacizak
Betsy Kacizak
Director of Admissions and Recruitment
608-262-4000