The Eller College of Management is a vibrant learning community of students, researchers, teachers, alumni, and staff within an internationally regarded public research institution. The curriculum and programs are designed to maximize student interaction, with a strong emphasis on teamwork that naturally develops into a close-knit community. Student organizations at the PhD, graduate and undergraduate levels offer opportunities to connect and get involved while exploring areas of career interest. Integrity, ethics, and social responsibility are integral to the Eller College education. Social responsibility informs our curricula as well as the role of the college in the local community and beyond. The Eller College upholds the visionary belief that business education helps shape the world in new and unprecedented ways through pioneering and practical research, innovative coursework, data-driven decision-making and excellence in entrepreneurship and social responsibility. The college offers nine majors, six minors, seven specialty master’s programs, four MBA programs and six doctoral programs. The college also houses several centers of excellence that enhance the student experience and build practitioner relationships with the business community, and research labs that advance business education’s relevance to industry and society. Formally named in 1999 after esteemed University of Arizona alumnus and entrepreneur Karl Eller, the Eller College of Management creates future business leaders who are prepared for the 21st century marketplace. These new leaders can navigate business across the globe, embrace innovation and entrepreneurship as cornerstones for building commerce, and prioritize sustainability, ethics and social responsibility.