In 1890 the first dairy foods short course in the United States was established at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Since then, the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Department of Food Science, and the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research have been leaders in research and outreach education beneficial to the dairy industry and consumers. The UW Food Science Department and Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research continue to provide quality outreach education to fit the expanded needs of the food industry in today’s environment.
CDR Short Courses
The Center for Dairy Research is proud to carry on the century old UW tradition of dairy foods education, offering more than 15 public short courses and dozens of company specific training courses annually. We invite you to view this video to learn more about the short course program. Then head to the CDR short course page to register today.
Cheesemakers License Exam Prep Course, Eau Claire
August 29☀ Registration opening soon.
Certificate in Dairy Processing
September 4-November 27☀ Registration is now open.
Cheesemakers License Exam Prep Course, Barneveld
September 10☀ Registration opening soon.
Cultured Dairy Products Short Course
September 10-11☀ Registration is now open.
Cheesemakers License Exam Prep Course, Appleton
September 12☀ Registration opening soon.
Master Course, Cheesemaking Cultures and Enzymes - The Flavor Creators
September 17-18☀ Registration is open.
Cheese Tech Short Course
October 7-11☀ Registration is now open.
Dairy Ingredient Applications
October 22-23☀ Registration is now open.
Dairy Protein Beverage Applications
October 24-25☀ Registration is now open.