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UA's McGuire Entrepreneurship Program Ranked Among Nation's Best

UANews | September 18, 2013
The UA's renowned McGuire Entrepreneurship Program has again been recognized as one of the best programs in the country. Among the nation's public institutions, the UA's entrepreneurship program is ranked No. 2 by U.S. News & World Report and in the top 10 by The Princeton Review.

UA Law College Expands Global Partnerships

UANews | August 7, 2013
The UA's James E. Rogers College of Law is partnering with five law schools in China to offer dual-degree programs that allow students to earn both a UA law degree and a law degree from China. "These dual-degree programs respond to the growing demand for lawyers who are fully trained and qualified to practice law in more than one country," says UA law professor Brent White.

New UA Degree to Teach Non-Lawyers to 'Think Like a Lawyer'

UANews | July 24, 2013
A new master's degree being offered for the first time this fall by the UA's James E. Rogers College of Law aims to teach non-lawyers to "think like a lawyer." The Master's in Legal Studies degree is designed for people who work in, or intend to work in, a profession in which some legal knowledge would be helpful but a law degree is not required.

Marketing Professor Assesses Implications of Cultural Diversity on TV

UANews | June 21, 2013
The process through which viewers identify with elements of television shows – such as actors, characters or settings – has significant implications for cultural diversity from a social justice perspective, according to a new paper by Hope Jensen Schau, Munsinger Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the UA's Eller College of Management.

New Degree to Prep Students for Real Estate Development Careers

UANews | June 14, 2013
A new master's degree offered this fall will help prepare students for careers in real estate development. The Master of Real Estate Development degree program is a fast-track, 12-month program geared toward individuals who already have had two to five years of post-undergraduate experience and would like to move into a career in real estate design and development.

Video Games Seek to Teach Smart Financial Strategies

UANews | June 7, 2013
Can video games help people save money? SavingsQuest, an applied research project bringing together the UA and the Doorways to Dreams Fund under a Center for Financial Services Innovation grant, will test the theory in hopes of finding a mix of game features that will elicit smart savings behavior.