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New Graduate Interdisciplinary Program, Masters in Second Language Learning and Educational Technology Now Offered at UA South

UA South is now offering a new Graduate Interdisciplinary Program (GIDP) in partnership with the University of Arizona Graduate College.

UA South Leads a Cochise Cats Workshop

On June 30th UA Douglas hosted a fun and interactive Cochise Cats Workshop. The workshop was facilitated by Sally Holcomb, UA South’s External Relations Coordinator. The workshop offered an introduction to the WhyTry Curriculum. WhyTry uses a series of ten visual metaphors to teach social, emotional, and leadership principles.

UA South Adds An Administration of Justice Bachelor of Applied Science Degree

The University of Arizona South has been considering the creation of an Administration of Justice degree for almost a decade. The need for a Bachelor's degree in Administration of Justice stems in large part from the fact that there is a number of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies located in Southeast Arizona. These agencies, as well as the court systems, probation departments, and correctional facilities employ thousands of area residents, many of whom need a bachelor's degree either for entry level positions or to advance to administrative or supervisory positions.

The process of researching and creating the Administration of Justice degree was initiated by UA South Adjunct Professor and attorney Caitlin Sklar. Adjunct Professor Linda Denno also collaborated closely with Professor Todd Lutes, Dean Jim Shockey, Dean Barbara Citera, Academic Advising & Student Services Director Sarah Wieland, and Program Coordinator Esther Henley to bring the final program to fruition.

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