This is where trees and stem cells come together.

And labs and Labs.

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Madison College Areas of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
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Science, Math and Natural Resources Careers

Explore career paths that meet your interests in science and math. Our high-tech labs, hands-on learning and internship opportunities all lead to open doors for you after graduation. Discover career opportunities and specific science, math and natural resources programs below.

  • Arboriculture/Urban Forestry Technician

    Learn about tree selection and upkeep, plant care and aerial tree work. You will also get plenty of real-world experience working with and caring for trees in an urban setting.

    Job outlook:
    Projected 9% job growth through 2028 (faster than average)

    Employers include:
    City of Madison, Bruce Company

    Program Information

  • Biotechnology Laboratory Technician

    The number of medical and science research labs is growing in our area. This is a great time to learn the skills you need to get a job in biotechnology.

    When you graduate, you have the option to transfer to a related bachelor’s degree program.

    Earnings:
    Average wage reported by graduates within six months: $17.27/hr.

    Employers include:
    Lucigen, Catalent Biologics, ABS Global

    Program Information

  • Veterinary Technician

    As a vet tech, you see animals at their best and worst. You will learn to provide the best care to animals of many sizes. Learn to restrain, comfort, and administer simple procedures in facilities that mirror the workplace.

    Earnings:
    Average wage reported by graduates within six months: $13.45/hr.

    Employers include:
    Animal Hospital of Sun Prairie, Marshall Pet Care Clinic, Sunrise Veterinary Services, Whitewater Veterinary Hospital

    Program Information

  • Liberal Arts Transfer

    Start your bachelor’s degree with us. Our science, math and natural resources electives are transferable to many four-year colleges and universities.

    Bonus:
    Save thousands on your bachelor’s degree. Graduate with less debt!

    Program Information

“I get to work with animals of all sizes each and every day!”
Breanna W.
Veterinary technician
$22.19
Graduate average hourly wages
(graduate report)
880
More than 880 job openings per year
in the Madison College district

All Science, Math and Natural Resources Academic Programs

Degree: Associate Degree
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Certificate
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Apprenticeship
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Technical Diploma
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Associate Degree
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Certificate
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Associate Degree
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Certificate
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Certificate
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Technical Diploma
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources
Degree: Associate Degree
Area of Study: Science, Math and Natural Resources

 

“Madison College has helped me to decide on long term goals for my career. The options available at Madison College led to adding a certificate to my transfer degree that will add to my overall success.”
Carl E.
Liberal arts transfer / STEM & Renewable Energy student
600
More than 600 students in this area
transfer to 4-year colleges every year
Guaranteed transfer agreements
with several 4-year colleges across Wisconsin