Are you interested in operating your own farm or running an agriculture business but do not want to commit to a four-year college degree program?
The UW–Madison Farm and Industry Short Course (FISC) may be the right solution for you. Offered by the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, FISC is uniquely designed to prepare students for exciting careers in agriculture.
- Applied agricultural classes
- World-renowned professors and instructors
- Six different specialty certificates
- One-and two-year certificates awarded
- 16-week schedule during the non-growing season
- An average of $3,000 in scholarships awarded per student
- Same student privileges as 4-year UW–Madison students
- Transferable college credits (up to 15)
- On-campus designated FISC housing located in the heart of campus
- Fellowship and networking through shared agricultural backgrounds
Accommodations can be requested for students with disabilities. Please contact the McBurney Disability Resource Center on or before August 31st.
If you would like more information about the program, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608.263.3918.