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At the University of Arizona Douglas, you’re not only a part of the vast and celebrated Wildcat family but also a local, student-centered learning environment that is focused on your individual success.

The University of Arizona Douglas has partnered with Cochise Community College to offer high-quality bachelor’s degrees in your local community. In addition to traditional degree programs in education, humanities, and the social sciences, the University of Arizona Douglas location offers Bachelor of Applied Science programs.

Connected with the needs of industry and education in Cochise County, we offer tailored programs to serve the local community and working students of all ages.

As a results-oriented, career-focused student, you will find the programs and support you need to achieve your goals, all near you at the University of Arizona Douglas.

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  • Applied Science: Administration of Justice

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Science: Administration of Justice

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Bachelor of Applied Science with an emphasis in Administration of Justice offers an interdisciplinary approach to criminal justice, procedural constitutional rights, contemporary issues in law enforcement, terrorism, immigration and border security, with an emphasis on research, analytical and critical thinking skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to a specific University of Arizona program.

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  • Applied Computing: Software Development

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Software Development

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    In the Software Development emphasis, you will learn a variety of software fundamentals, including object-oriented and system programming, UNIX, mobile app development, web programming and secure computing. Learn by doing and create a variety of software applications under the guidance of faculty. The Software Development emphasis prepares you for a variety of positions, including Software and Web developer, Data Engineer, Mobile App Developer and Data Analyst positions. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.

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  • Applied Computing: Information Management

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Information Management

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Information Management emphasis prepares you for careers in database administration, data analysis and engineering, web development and information architecture. You learn the foundations of database systems, web design and programming, data visualization and analysis, as well as methods for visualizing, managing, and analyzing information. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.

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  • Applied Computing: Network Operations

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Network Operations

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Our modern world depends on complex communications and computing networks to function properly and safely. Network Operations professionals are the people that defend these networks and ensure they operate at peak performance. As a Network Operations student, you will learn engineering and operational activities required to create, operate and defend these networks. The curriculum includes theory, operational labs, modern network architecture, advanced routing and switching, systems administration, cloud computing, network defense, wireless networking, and network security. As a Network Operations graduate, you are prepared to take on a wide variety of IT-related positions in the private, public and government sectors. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.

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  • Applied Computing: Artificial Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Artificial Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Artificial Intelligence integrates the curriculum development efforts on AI across Applied Computing, Computer Science and Cybersecurity. The emphasis courses focus on AI algorithm development and applying AI to approach practical application problems. The Applied AI emphasis will provide you with a firm understanding of AI technology, its applications and its use cases. You will be able to master concepts and tools including machine learning, statistical analysis and data analytics in applied computing. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college you can transfer up to 75 credits to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.

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  • Applied Computing: Cloud Computing

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Cloud Computing

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    In the Cloud Computing emphasis, you will become familiar with the complicated infrastructure related to virtualization, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. The course outline provides a baseline on virtualization technologies, introduction to cloud technologies, as well as courses focusing on Amazon and Microsoft, with advanced discussion topics on cloud computing.

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  • Applied Computing: Dev Ops

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Applied Computing: Dev Ops

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The DevOps emphasis teaches core principles of Applied Computing, enabling you to develop a solid foundation in statistics, programming, networking and cybersecurity. Courses focus on the development and application of DevOps to approach practical application problems in secure computing. In this emphasis, you will gain hands-on, interdisciplinary experience alongside peers and expert faculty.

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  • Early Childhood

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Early Childhood

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Bachelor of Applied Science in Early Childhood instills knowledge of curriculum design, pedagogy, classroom management and human development and behavior. Emphasis on effective written and communication skills will provide a strong foundation for working and interacting with young children from birth to eight years old. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to a specific University of Arizona program.

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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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  • Government and Public Service

    Bachelor of Arts

    Government and Public Service

    Bachelor of Arts

    The Bachelor of Arts in Government and Public Service prepares you for careers in federal, state and local government; business; law enforcement; international and nonprofit organizations; journalism; and other professions, as well as graduate school and law school. It offers a well-balanced program that explores both theory and practice. Courses focus on American government and institutions, intelligence and security, and law and justice. The coursework promotes important skills, such as how to research efficiently and effectively, analyze data accurately, think critically about implications, and draw conclusions that will lead to new knowledge as well as practical solutions for the modern world.

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  • Human Services

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Human Services

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Services provides knowledge of human behavior and development, program planning, social issues, and counseling and mediation. You will develop administrative skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively in order to address contemporary issues in human services organizations. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.

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  • Intelligence and Information Operations: Operational Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Intelligence and Information Operations: Operational Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The BAS in Intelligence and Information Operations prepares graduates for occupations in defense; the Intelligence Community; federal, state, and local law enforcement; and private industry. The curriculum includes intelligence operations, information warfare, and cybersecurity content delivered within our state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment to ensure our students have extensive hands-on experiences to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to succeed after they graduate. The BAS degree in Intelligence & Information Operations offers three sub plans, both in-person and fully online: Operational Intelligence, Law Enforcement Intelligence, or Information Warfare. The Operational Intelligence track is a defense-focused intelligence collection, synchronization, and analysis program that prepares graduates for immediate employment within the Intelligence Community. The Operational Intelligence track meets all of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Intelligence Community - Center of Academic Excellence (IC-CAE) academic requirements.

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  • Intelligence and Information Operations: Information Warfare

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Intelligence and Information Operations: Information Warfare

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The BAS in Intelligence and Information Operations prepares you for occupations in defense; the Intelligence Community; federal, state, and local law enforcement; and private industry. The curriculum includes intelligence operations, information warfare, and cybersecurity content delivered within our state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment to ensure you have extensive hands-on experiences to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to succeed after you graduate. The BAS degree in Intelligence & Information Operations offers three sub plans, both in-person and fully online: Operational Intelligence, Law Enforcement Intelligence, or Information Warfare. The Information Warfare track is focused on both offensive and defensive Information Operations. This track provides you with the skills necessary to detect, protect, and craft advanced information operation campaigns. The Operational Intelligence track meets all of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Intelligence Community - Center of Academic Excellence (IC-CAE) academic requirements.

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  • Intelligence and Information Operations: Law Enforcement Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Intelligence and Information Operations: Law Enforcement Intelligence

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The BAS in Intelligence and Information Operations prepares you for occupations in defense, the Intelligence Community, federal, state, and local law enforcement, and private industry. The curriculum includes intelligence operations, information warfare, and cybersecurity content delivered within our state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment to ensure you have extensive hands-on experiences to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to succeed after you graduate. The BAS degree in Intelligence & Information Operations offers three sub plans, both in-person and fully online: Operational Intelligence, Law Enforcement Intelligence, or Information Warfare. The Law Enforcement Intelligence track is focused on Intelligence-driven policing, forensic analysis, and information sharing. The Law Enforcement Intelligence track conforms to major Federal, State, and Local law enforcement agency academic requirements while also meeting the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Intelligence Community - Center of Academic Excellence (IC-CAE) academic requirements.

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  • Organizational Leadership

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Organizational Leadership

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Regional Commerce provides you with the critical business, leadership, communication, and management skills needed to be immediately employable in professional management and supervisory positions. You will learn the psychology behind effective leadership, the core tenants of business practice, the fundamentals of organizational behavior and team leadership, as well as participate in hands-on project management. 

    You may choose from one of the two emphasis areas: Organizational Leadership or Regional Commerce. If you have an Associate of Applied Science degree from an AZ community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to a University of Arizona Bachelor of Applied Science program. The Regional Commerce emphasis provides you with the necessary skills and competencies for careers in government organizations, private businesses and corporations, import-export/broker industries, local merchants, and small business ownership. This emphasis provides you with the fundamental business knowledge and required skills to analyze and understand the various factors driving economic growth and change in regional settings such as border communities or rural areas.

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  • Psychology

    Bachelor of Arts

    Psychology

    Bachelor of Arts

    As a Psychology major, you will gain new insights into yourself and your relationship with the world around you. We will help you build the skills and knowledge you need to succeed beyond your degree – whether your career choice is psychology, medicine, law, business or education.

    At one of the nation’s top-ranked Psychology departments, you will have access to world-class faculty and an award-winning advisory support program to help guide you toward your future career.

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  • Regional Commerce

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    Regional Commerce

    Bachelor of Applied Science

    The Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Regional Commerce provides you with the critical business, leadership, communication, and management skills needed to be immediately employable in professional management and supervisory positions. Learn the psychology behind effective leadership, the core tenants of business practice, the fundamentals of organizational behavior and team leadership, as well as participate in hands-on project management. 

    You may choose from one of the two emphasis areas: Organizational Leadership or Regional Commerce. If you are a student with an Associate of Applied Science degree from an AZ community college, you can transfer up to 75 credits to a University of Arizona Bachelor of Applied Science program. The Regional Commerce emphasis provides you with the necessary skills and competencies for careers in government organizations, private businesses and corporations, import-export/broker industries, local merchants, and small business ownership. Gain the fundamental business knowledge and required skills to analyze and understand the various factors driving economic growth and change in regional settings such as border communities or rural areas.

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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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  • Cybersecurity

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Cybersecurity

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Further your professional development skills with the 18-unit Undergraduate Certificate in Cybersecurity. This highly technical, interdisciplinary undergraduate certificate enhances career marketability for students as well as professionals looking to expand their skillset. The curriculum includes both offensive and defensive cyber security content delivered with CAST's state-of-the-art Virtual Learning Environment, providing hands-on experience to develop critical cyber operations knowledge, skills and abilities.

  • Elementary Education

    Bachelor of Arts

    Elementary Education

    Bachelor of Arts

    Pathways to Teaching is a new, innovative College of Education Teacher Preparation Program that seeks to “grow our own” teachers by supporting Tucson-area residents in earning a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with an ESL endorsement. Developed by Marcy Wood, Pathways Program Director, the program is a collaboration between the college’s Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies and Sunnyside, Nogales, Douglas, and Sierra Vista Unified School District. Pathways to Teaching offers students an opportunity for their community to invest in them as future educators for local schools. 

    Prior to submitting this application, you must first complete the professional admissions process to Pathways To Teaching with the College of Education. Please contact Maria Orozco at morozco1@arizona.edu to get started.

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  • Cloud Computing

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Cloud Computing

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Build a solid foundation in virtualization and cloud technologies that will boost your confidence and enhance your training in the field of cloud computing. You will gain hands-on experience in virtualization technologies, general cloud technologies, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. You will also learn advanced topics such as incident response, defense techniques and penetration testing.

    This program serves a diverse student population, training technically-minded students in the nuances of developing, storing, protecting and leveraging the elasticity provided by cloud technologies. The introductory course will provide a baseline in virtualization technologies and an introduction to cloud technologies. Follow-up courses will focus on leading cloud services, as well as discussion of advanced topics on cloud computing. Earning this certificate will equip you with the technical skills to effectively design, operate, maintain and leverage virtualization and cloud technologies. Your advanced skills will support businesses, government and non-governmental organizations making you an asset to any organization.

  • Cyber Defense

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Cyber Defense

    Undergraduate Certificate

    The Undergraduate Certificate in Cyber Defense provides the opportunity to upskill in a fast-growing and in-demand career field. This program serves students across the University, including those who have not yet developed the technical background necessary to be successful in the field of cybersecurity. In this program, you will gain a sound understanding of the technologies and methods utilized to defend systems and networks. 

    Due to the growing demand for cybersecurity professionals in every field, this certificate is an excellent complement to any University of Arizona technical or non-technical degree program. Required courses are designed to build core knowledge, skills and abilities in the area of Cyber Defense. You will learn to design network architectures, employ active and passive defensive technologies and arm those defensive technologies with tactical Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI). You will also learn how to conduct Network Security Monitoring (NSM) and Threat Hunting Operations to respond to security incidents and defend against advanced cyber threats.

    Upon the completion of this certificate, you will be able to describe, evaluate and operate a defensive network architecture. You will also employ multiple layers of protection using technologies appropriate to meet mission security goals.

  • Digital Forensics

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Digital Forensics

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Do you have an investigative mind? Digital forensics entails the recovery and investigation of material found in digital devices. Earning an Undergraduate Certificate in Digital Forensics prepares you to solve digital crimes and gives you a competitive advantage in a fast-growing, in-demand field. Advance your career by becoming highly qualified to conduct digital investigations in corporate, non-government and governmental environments.

    Gain confidence and training in incident response and various digital forensics, including network forensics, mobile device forensics, host (Windows) and network (Linux) forensics and advanced memory forensics. Earning this certificate will signal to employers that you have dedicated the time and energy to develop the skills and expertise to tackle complicated digital forensic investigations. This certificate is designed for students from various backgrounds who have an introductory knowledge of computers and network fundamentals.

    Due to the pervasive cybersecurity demands in every field, this certificate is an excellent complement to any University of Arizona technical or non-technical degree program.

  • Information Warfare

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Information Warfare

    Undergraduate Certificate

    The Undergraduate Certificate in Information Warfare focuses on both offensive and defensive information operations. This certificate gives you the skills necessary to protect against advanced information operation campaigns.

    Gain hands-on experience detecting and defending against operations and disinformation campaigns carried out by foreign adversaries. You will use interactive exercises to master leveraging open-source data to support the development of psychological and information operation campaigns. Course content will guide you in developing and deploying denial of service and counter-messaging strategies to mitigate adversarial Information Operation campaigns. After completing this certificate, you will be able to expertly explain how influence operations focus on manipulating the psychology of targets through strategic communication. You will also be able to synchronize information operations with kinetic and electronic warfare processes to support hybrid and unrestricted warfare.

    The Undergraduate Certificate in Information Warfare serves students from across the University, specifically those without the technical intelligence or the cyber background necessary to be successful in the field of information warfare. This certificate is an excellent complement to University of Arizona cyber, intelligence, media studies, journalism and national security degree programs.

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  • Military Families

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Military Families

    Undergraduate Certificate

    The Undergraduate Certificate in Military Families provides a specific, disciplinary understanding of issues facing modern military families and cultivates skills for those working with, or intending to work in careers that support military members and their families. In this certificate program, our aim is to educate current and future professionals regarding military cultural and leadership factors, along with normative family processes, stresses and coping strategies. You will learn to appreciate the unique experiences of military members and their families and the resultant implications for helping professionals serving this population.

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  • Organizational Leadership

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Organizational Leadership

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Do you see yourself as a leader? Do you influence others to excel? Do you desire to promote positive change and drive progress within your organization? Then the Certificate in Organizational Leadership is the perfect opportunity to strengthen and amplify your leadership skills. 

    This certificate will prepare you to successfully take on leadership roles such as supervisor, project lead, manager, as well as executive management roles in any industry. The certificate signals to employers that you have the leadership and managerial skills to lead people and projects in both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. The certificate is also beneficial if you work in a technical field or earned a technical degree and want to strengthen your communication and decision-making skills.

    The program curriculum focuses on project management, staff management, teamwork, collaboration, writing and critical thinking skills. It will prepare you for a variety of leadership roles all while continuing to work within your current career field. Gain the tools to become a goal-oriented leader that solves real-world organizational challenges.

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  • Security Computing

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Security Computing

    Undergraduate Certificate

    Further your professional development skills with the 18-unit Undergraduate Certificate in Security Computing. You will use Python programming language to solve cybersecurity problems and conduct digital investigations. Develop, debug, execute, and deploy offensive and defensive python scripts, develop algorithms, determine the algorithm's complexity, and identify cases in which the algorithm would/would not provide a reasonable approach for solving the specific problem.

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Student & Alumni Stories

Laura Franco

Laura Franco Government and Public Service, Bachelor of Arts

One of the most impactful experiences I had at the University of Arizona Douglas was participating in an engagement experience attending the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) Capitol Forum.

Through this experience, I was able to build relationships with people from all over the world. I also had the opportunity to speak to our State Representatives and advocate for Hispanic students. HACU opened my eyes to a whole new and different world. You learn to plug-in to different resources and how to network with individuals working within the government branch. Through this engagement experience, I was able to learn more about my degree and explore the different career opportunities that I have. I learned how to properly talk to members of Congress and how to advocate for students struggling in higher education. Moreover, I learned that advocacy is about building relationships – we need to build a relationship with those who are representing us in order to be able to advocate with the confidence that they will respond positively.

The most positive result that I got from this engagement experience was that our Representatives were really interested in what we had to say. They attentively listened to our concerns because they understand the importance of Hispanic higher education and support it.

For other students contemplating an engagement experience: Please do it! You get to be exposed to a new world and you gain knowledge and experience. You also learn how to advocate for other students who do not have the opportunity to do this for themselves. I desire that you take the chance to explore beyond your horizons and find out what you are really passionate about! HACU was a life-changing experience that has prepared me to advocate for other students, specifically Hispanic students who are struggling to receive higher education.

Dorian Loreto

Dorian Loreto Psychology, Bachelor of Arts

Dorian Loreto graduated in May of 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Family Studies and Human Behavior.

Dorian was raised in the border town of Douglas, Arizona and continues to reside in the area. With the support of his education, he has been able to serve his community by working at a local high school as a Guidance Counselor. Having the opportunity to work with at-risk students in a rural area has enriched his passion for helping others. “Providing the youth with prospective futures can be a challenging mission, but it’s a mission worth undertaking. Guiding students does not include forcing a certain lifestyle upon them. A guidance counselor must find creative ways to shine a light on a student’s passions, hopes, and dreams. Only then will a student be able to design a tailored life plan.”

As a high-ranking institution, the University of Arizona ensures that each and every graduate is fully prepared before entering the workforce. The University of Arizona South afforded Dorian with the expertise required to deliver a high degree of professionalism. Dorian Loreto received his education without having to leave Douglas and is now helping his hometown. He is the product of a homegrown education. Dorian believes it is his duty to uplift others, and as a University of Arizona Wildcat alumni, he is devoted to applying his higher education to offer various possibilities of success to his community members.

Douglas Santiago

Douglas Santiago Administrative Justice, Bachelor of Applied Science

Douglas graduated in August of 2019 with a Bachelor’s of Applied Science degree with an emphasis in Administration of Justice, graduating Magna Cum Laude.

Prior to attending the University of Arizona South, Douglas earned two Associate’s Degrees at Cochise College. Associate of Applied Science in Administration of Justice (2013) & General Studies (2007). Douglas is married and is the father of two children, ages 13 & 5. In addition, Douglas is a career employee with the State of Arizona Department of Corrections, with 19 years of experience with the agency. Douglas took classes and completed his Bachelor’s Degree in a period of three years while working full time and raising a family.

When asked why he chose the University of Arizona South to pursue his higher educational goals, Douglas’ response was: “I have strong roots in the Douglas and Sierra Vista communities. By attending the University of Arizona South and pursuing my degree in Administration of Justice, I was able to remain locally in Cochise County, not disrupt the stability of my family and children, yet at the same time, obtain a quality and accredited education which is beginning to prepare me for life after my retirement from state service, which is just around the corner.” “In addition, the learning atmosphere at the campus with the professors, their knowledge as subject matter experts in their respective fields and the overall flexibility of taking both in class and online courses, were a contributing factor as to why I chose the University of Arizona South as my higher education institution.”

Now that he has graduated, Douglas will be pursuing a Master’s Degree in Administration of Justice and Political Science.

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