The first-year small-section program teaches the fundamentals of legal analysis
and reasoning in a supportive setting. In the first semester, two of each student's
classes -- a substantive law class and a legal writing class -- have 25 or fewer
Curriculum Guide on International and Comparative Law
and comparative law involves a wide variety of legal work driven by the
increasing globalization of the world's economies. A growing number of
Lawyers in the field of labor and employment law deal with the relations
between workers and their employers. Labor lawyers represent either union
workers or management and deal with issues such as unfair labor practice
Real estate law concerns every aspect of commercial and residential transactions
and investments. It involves issues related to the purchase and sale of
property, including financing and development, construction contracts,
Curriculum Guide on Tax Law
If you're not sure what area of law interests you or if you want to
leave your options open, select courses that give you a well-rounded education.
Make sure that you have the c1
Trial lawyers or civil litigators are lawyers who represent clients
in civil lawsuits. Trial lawyers spend much of their time on pre-trial
issues such as discovering facts, deposing witnesses, and preparing
cases to be tried. They also spend a significant a1
The Nutrition program in the Animal Sciences Department takes a comprehensive view of animal nutrition. Studies range from applied animal feeding trials to basic studies on the metabolism of nutritive and non-nutritive components of diets. Studies can be di1
Graduate study in Animal Breeding and Genetics can be pursued in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, theoretical quantitative and statistical genetics, molecular genetics, bioinformatics and functional genomics. Given the diversity of areas of1
The curriculum of our department prepares students for careers in
corporate financial management, the investments and securities
business, and the management of financial institutions, e.g., banks and
insurance companies. The theory of finance and its appli1
- To offer Corporate Finance and Investment Banking MBA students an opportunity to work directly on a variety of real-world corporate finance problems;
- To help MBA students develop their leadership, negotiation, presentation, problem-solving, commu1
The University of
Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) offers a
four-year professional degree program leading to the Doctor of
Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree. The goal of the professional
curriculum is to provide each graduate with a bro1
The Textile and Apparel Design undergraduate major includes
aspects of art, design and technology within a curriculum intended to
develop creativity and problem solving skills, Additional academic
courses in humanities, science and social studies provide s1
The Master of Arts (MA) degree program aims to provide students with the values, skills and knowledge to enter the information professions, and in particular to:1. Understand the characteristics of, and interactions among, information, information technolog1
Welcome to the undergraduate Pharmacology-Toxicology program! This
unique program, which began at Wisconsin in 1985, requires completion
of approximately two years (60 credits) of specific college-level
prerequisites, and application to the School of Pharma1
The Conservation Biology and Sustainable Development Program (CBSD)
empowers its graduates with the knowledge, skills, and experience to
advance effective and equitable strategies for conserving biodiversity
and promoting sustainable living.
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