The Department of East Asian Studies is dedicated to the study of the civilizations and culture of China and Japan in all their diversity. The rich cultural heritages of the region are covered by courses in literature, history, religion and thought, linguistics and language, and other aspects of culture.
EAS offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts (BA), Master of Arts (MA), and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees with a major in East Asian Studies.
EAS also offers courses in Chinese and Japanese language.
Study and research in areas including molecular genetics and organismal function as they relate to evolution and ecology; population and community ecology; and biological diversity, phylogeny and macroevolution.
The Economic and Business Research Center's mission is to provide the Arizona community of business and public-sector decision makers with applied research and information on economic, demographic and business trends in Arizona.
The University of Arizona College of Education — Arizona's first — was founded in 1922 with an enrollment of 145 students.
Today, we have about 1,800 undergraduate students and 900 graduate students within our six academic departments, each featuring different curriculum, faculty, and degree opportunities. We have about 65 full-time faculty members and 30 clinical and adjunct faculty members.
Elderhostel is a not-for-profit organization which offers the opportunity to explore the world’s most unique places. Leading experts and local people take you behind the scenes to gain an insider’s perspective of the area’s rich heritage of history, culture, and environment.
Develops and maintains programs of excellence in teaching and research which will support the state of Arizona in its development as a leading center for high-technology industry and which will support national needs for the development and application of electrical/electronic/computer based high technology.
Eller Information Technology's mission is to facilitate the effective and efficient use of computing and communications technology in the fulfillment of the academic mission of the Eller College of Management.
The Eller College of Management's Undergraduate Program strives to nurture student success through innovation and value-added personalized programs. The following core competencies are emphasized within our program: knowledge, skills, ethical behavior, positive attitude, and creativity.
The Department of Emergency Medicine strives to provide care for all patients needing emergent or urgent care services, enhance educational programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels as well as research in the areas of prehospital care, acute injury and illness, emergent and urgent care services, injury prevention, and resuscitation.
Plays a pivotal role in providing the research, technology, and engineering expertise necessary for growth and diversity in the economy. Graduates of the college are the entrepreneurs developing high-tech companies, creating jobs, and improving our quality of life.
Assists College of Engineering and Mines faculty in identifying potential sponsors for their various research programs and in assisting faculty members in meeting the college's public service responsibilities.
Welcome to the Department of English! Whether you are considering working with us in an undergraduate or graduate degree program or are just exploring, you will find information here on the many opportunities we offer students. The hallmarks of our department are outstanding teaching, creative research, and effective outreach. We were recognized in 1998 as the most outstanding teaching department on campus. Our four graduate programs have strong reputations for producing leaders in their fields. As you are browsing, feel free to email our webmaster with questions or comments.
The three-fold mission of the Department of Entomology is to 1) conduct research to better understand insects and their impact on humanity, 2) provide distinguished education in all aspects of insect biology, and 3) disseminate information about insects to improve the quality of life of the people of Arizona and the world.
The Department of Entomology at the University of Arizona has an internationally renowned faculty dedicated to excellence in research, teaching, and extension and has been generating, synthesizing, and disseminating knowledge about insects for more than a century. Faculty expertise encompasses fundamental insect biology, pest management, and outreach.
Environmental Research Lab is an established leader of environmental research and education in arid regions. The overall goal of Environmental Research Lab is to improve the health, welfare and living standards of communities in desert areas through the application of appropriate and sustainable technologies.