Chandler

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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.

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  • Financial Planning

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Financial Planning

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Make a difference in the lives of others, while also securing your own future with an Undergraduate Certificate in Personal and Family Financial Planning. The fast-growing financial planning industry needs people like you to help individuals and families achieve their financial goals and plan for the future.

  • General Studies: Arts, Media and Entertainment

    Bachelor of General Studies

    General Studies: Arts, Media and Entertainment

    Bachelor of General Studies

    The Bachelor of General Studies with a focus in Arts, Media and Entertainment program provides skills in criticism and evaluation of art forms, the processes by which art and creativity are communicated, and promotion and marketing in the performing arts. By developing a knowledge of art, music, media, cultural traditions, and popular culture, students will build a solid foundation for a variety of careers. Arts, Media and Entertainment graduates work in print media, film and television, theater, public relations, outreach and marketing. This focus theme is also good preparation for graduate studies in media arts, art history and cultural studies.

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  • General Studies: Economy and Industry

    Bachelor of General Studies

    General Studies: Economy and Industry

    Bachelor of General Studies

    Economy and Industry develops an understanding of the role of economy and industry in society. Selected courses should focus on the ability to describe and apply one or more basic concepts of commerce and the key interpersonal skills in workplace relations. This program has a wide applicability across industries and professional pathways and prepares individuals to work with a broad range of individuals in modern society.

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  • General Studies: Global and Intercultural Understanding

    Bachelor of General Studies

    General Studies: Global and Intercultural Understanding

    Bachelor of General Studies

    Understand the customs, cultures, mores, practices, contributions and struggles of peoples around the globe. Through ethnographic accounts, you will learn about various ways of life throughout the world and gain the academic preparation needed to succeed in an increasingly global workforce. The knowledge of culture, geography, history, literature, communications and public policy gained with a Bachelor of General Studies with a focus in Global and Intercultural Understanding forms a solid foundation for a variety of careers. As a graduate, you can work in international business, foreign relations, translation, outreach or education. This focus theme also prepares you for law school and graduate studies in public administration, anthropology, international studies and public health.

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  • General Studies: Science, Technology, Health, & Society

    Bachelor of General Studies

    General Studies: Science, Technology, Health, & Society

    Bachelor of General Studies

    Science, Technology, Health and Society develops critical awareness of the methods and limitations of scientific inquiry, while fostering skills in observation, analysis and deductive reasoning. The knowledge of physical and social sciences, technologies, mathematics and communications gained with a Bachelor of General Studies with a focus in Science, Technology, Health and Society forms a solid foundation for a wide variety of careers. These may include jobs in research, laboratory analysis, information technology, the biotechnology industry, and municipal development and support, among many other options.

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  • General Studies: Social Behavior and Human Understanding

    Bachelor of General Studies

    General Studies: Social Behavior and Human Understanding

    Bachelor of General Studies

    The knowledge of human behavior, history, culture, ethics and communication gained with a Bachelor of General Studies with a focus in Social Behavior and Human Understanding forms a solid foundation for a variety of careers. Work in human services, program coordination, public relations, or marketing. This focus theme is also good preparation for work and further studies in health care, legal services, public policy and public health.

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  • Law

    Bachelor of Arts

    Law

    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.

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  • 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.

  • Personal and Family Financial Planning

    Bachelor of Science

    Personal and Family Financial Planning

    Bachelor of Science

    Through meaningful curriculum, educational enrichment, structured internships and hands-on professional development, the Personal and Family Financial Planning program will ensure that you are prepared to enter the workforce empowered and in demand. Companies will actively recruit you into positions such as Financial Advisor, Wealth Manager and Financial Planner. We embrace this highly focused and flexible industry and look forward to creating the kind of professional connections that last a lifetime.

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  • Professional MBA

    Master of Business Administration

    Professional MBA

    Master of Business Administration

    The Professional MBA program from the Eller College of Management is well suited for working business professionals with three or more years of experience. The frontier of technology and the future of business come together in this forward-thinking MBA program designed to develop data-driven and tech-savvy professionals. Do most of your study from home, then join your cohort two evenings a month for hands-on practicums to learn and use your new skills.

  • 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.

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Student & Alumni Stories

Charles Cannon

Charles Cannon Teaching & Teacher Education, Master of Education

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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The University of Arizona Chandler

Physical Address:
125 E Commonwealth Ave
Chandler, AZ 85225

Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM

The University of Arizona Chandler

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1390
Chandler, AZ 85244

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