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Featured Articles Fall 2005

Master of Community Development

School of Architecture
Master of Community Development degree to begin in January
The University will launch its much-anticipated Master of Community Development (MCD) degree program in January 2006. The first of its kind in the nation, the program is designed for architects, government planners, real estate developers, community activists or any practitioner who needs to consider all aspects of a proposed project.

Read more in The Nautilus

College of Business Administration
CBA hosts AJCU Business Deans meeting
The College of Business Administration hosted the recent meeting of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) Business Deans. The group shared ideas on joint programs and new initiatives, business ethics, possible joint advertising, enrollment issues, and the new standards for The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Read more in The Current

College of Engineering and Science
Dean's sabbatical paves way for future themes, visions and programs
After 13 years at the helm of UDM’s College of Engineering & Science, a three-month summer sabbatical allowed Dean Leo E. Hanifin to step back from administrative duties to explore “trends and emerging developments in our country, in the organizations that hire our graduates, and throughout the world” with the intent of defining potential new directions and opportunities for the College.

Read more in Impact

Five Year PA Program

College of Health Professions
Five-Year BS/MS PA track to begin, fall 2006
In Fall Term 2006, University of Detroit Mercy will offer a five-year BS/MS track in addition to its current Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant (PA) studies.

Read more in Healthy Times

Master of Intelligence Analysis

College of Liberal Arts and Education
New master’s programs prepare students to protect national security
In a post-9-11 society, the safety and security of individuals, property and intelligence information is becoming increasingly critical. The University of Detroit Mercy has responded to this need by designing two new master’s programs that will prepare individuals to fill these important security roles.

Read more in Tapestry