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The University of Arizona Chandler is a regional location serving Chandler, Arizona, and the greater Maricopa County area. In connection with the needs of industry and education across Maricopa County, we offer locally-focused programs led by elite, world-class faculty for working students of all ages.

At the undergraduate level, the University of Arizona Chandler offers pathways into top-ranked bachelor’s degree programs through the University of Arizona at all Maricopa Community Colleges. At the graduate studies level, the University of Arizona Chandler offers comprehensive, world-class programs locally, helping you achieve an advanced degree in your own community.

Smaller, locally-based facilities and classrooms ensure you’ll be supported, and celebrated academically and personally as a member of the Arizona community.

University of Arizona Transfer Pathways What is a 2 + 2 Program?

2 Years at a Partner Community College

Complete your first two years at a partner community college and earn your associate's degree.

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2 Years at a University of Arizona Location Near You

Finish your second two years at a University of Arizona location near you and earn your bachelor's degree.

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  • Business Analytics

    Master of Science

    Business Analytics

    Master of Science

    In the Master’s in Business Analytics program, you’ll dive deep into advanced analytics to explore real-world applications for data-driven decision-making. With a curriculum focused on real-world applications, the program provides real-world skills that move businesses and industries forward. In just 10-16 months, you will build analytics expertise and strategic business skills—so you can harness the power of data to change the business landscape as we know it. You’ll start by diving deep into three key areas: data management, statistics, and analytical methods. Then, you’ll have the opportunity to apply this knowledge in your foundational business courses, required Selectives, and electives in accounting, economics, finance, management, management information systems, and marketing. Throughout the program, students will be required to leverage the most commonly utilized business analytics technologies, including but not limited to the Microsoft Suite including advanced Excel, SQL, Python/R, and Tableau. You’ll use actual company data sets to solve business problems, build marketing strategies, and identify new opportunities. Working with top researchers and employer-sponsored projects to teach methods so new they're not in textbooks, you’ll make an impact wherever your career takes you.

  • Law

    Bachelor of Arts


    Bachelor of Arts

    Earn your degree through the nation’s first and preeminent bachelor’s in law program. Designed to meet the increasing demand for professionals with legal training in varied career fields, the Bachelor of Arts in Law offers rigorous training for high-performing undergraduates with an interest in law and politics. Study key foundational subjects in political science and law, such as property, contracts, torts, administrative law, criminal and civil procedure, civil liberties, powers of government, and the American justice system. The curriculum delivers interdisciplinary training in critical skills that are marketable across industries and professions. Upon graduation, you will be well-equipped for direct employment in an increasing number of jobs where legal training is an advantage or to pursue a further legal education. This degree also provides the opportunity for an expedited path to law school, allowing qualified law majors to start at the James E. Rogers College of Law after their junior year. The Bachelor of Arts in Law degree is made possible through an exciting partnership between the College of Law and the School of Government and Public Policy in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

  • Legal Studies

    Master of Legal Studies

    Legal Studies

    Master of Legal Studies

    If your current or future career involves the growing areas of regulation, compliance, law, negotiations, human resources, law enforcement, or working with agencies, tribal governments or corporations, the Master of Legal Studies (MLS) degree will enhance your knowledge and effectiveness. Learn to understand laws and regulations (without needing a law license), and advance your career and development prospects by obtaining legal and critical-thinking skills with the 30-unit Master of Legal Studies degree.

  • School Psychology

    Educational Specialist

    School Psychology

    Educational Specialist

    Our School Psychology program is approved by the National Association of School Psychologists and prepares you to become Nationally Certified School Psychologists (NCSPs). When you complete the Educational Specialist Degree (EdS) in School Psychology you are ready for practice in a wide variety of school settings. Our non-traditional schedule offers classes in the evenings and during the summers. The program offers coursework, along with fieldwork experiences in local school districts, and enables you to make a positive impact on students and school communities.

  • Teach Arizona (grades 6-12)

    Master of Education

    Teach Arizona (grades 6-12)

    Master of Education

    Teach Arizona is designed for people who have a bachelor’s degree and would like to become high school or middle school teachers (grades 6-12) in English, science, mathematics, social studies, or world languages. Students complete the program in only ONE year and earn a master’s degree along with their teacher certification.
    You can participate in Teach Arizona from anywhere in the state, and student teach in your own hometown! The program provides the advantage of flexible remote coursework, combining online access to course materials with real-time Zoom classes. This unique format fosters direct interaction with instructors and encourages collaboration among students, creating a strong sense of community.

    Tuition expenses can be fully covered through the Arizona Teachers Academy or other university scholarships. More information about how to apply for this funding is available on our website.
    To learn more about Teach Arizona and talk to an advisor, contact Michael Lang (Teach Arizona Statewide Coordinator) at


  • Teaching and Learning (MA)

    Master of Arts

    Teaching and Learning (MA)

    Master of Arts

    Designed for practicing educators interested in career growth, transitioning into academia, or focusing on a particular subject area within their teaching practice, the Master of Arts (MA) in Teaching and Learning leads to positions in schools and informal education institutions or serves as preparation for doctoral programs. Students pursue an area of specialization, allowing them to create a flexible program that achieves their goals. This program is delivered through synchronous Zoom sessions, allowing students across Arizona to participate and learn together. For more information, click here:


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Student & Alumni Stories

Charles Cannon

Charles Cannon School Psychology, Educational Specialist

Charles graduated in May of 2018 with an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology (Ed.S.). Charles was raised in Phoenix, Arizona where he attended North High School.

Charles was raised in Phoenix, Arizona where he attended North High School. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and minor in Sports Administration and Management from the University of Arizona in Tucson. Charles identifies the single most beneficial experience he had as a student in the School Psychology program at the University of Arizona Chandler to be the real-world practical skills his professors provided while also educating him on current challenges or issues in current practice.

“Because the majority of faculty members are practicing school psychologists, they were able to teach and model practices that they used daily, while also talking to us about caseloads and various levels of support provided to psychologists within public schools. Upon leaving my program, I felt I was educated on the latest evidence-based practices and research, but I was also equipped with real-world experiences that allowed me to stand out more than other new graduates.”

Now that he has graduated, he is most excited to see the progress his students can make throughout a school year when they are provided the proper support. He also enjoys how the role of a school psychologist is ever-changing and evolving. No two days at work are ever alike, which he hopes will keep his mind fresh and sharp.

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