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  • Agricultural Education - Professional Agriculture

    Master of Science

    Agricultural Education - Professional Agriculture

    Master of Science

    The Master of Science in Agricultural Education - Professional Agriculture emphasis degree program is designed for working professionals in agriculture, life sciences and related fields who desire to obtain a graduate degree that includes the development of entrepreneurial leadership and innovation knowledge and skill sets. Students are encouraged to pursue a relevant graduate certificate as part of their degree program.

  • Agricultural Systems Management

    Bachelor of Science

    Agricultural Systems Management

    Bachelor of Science

    Learn technical agriculture and management strategies. Students in this hands-on major gain a science-based overview of agriculture and food systems, with an emphasis on the practical application of technology to agricultural production systems. The program combines students’ inherent creativity and interest in physical and biological sciences, technology, mathematics, business and related subjects, with their desire to develop innovative solutions to a variety of agricultural problems.Emphasis areas include: crop production, precision ag, food safety, animal sciences, business and data analytics.

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  • Biosystems Engineering

    Master of Science

    Biosystems Engineering

    Master of Science

    Grad students in biosystems engineering are immersed in projects ranging from smart phone apps that detect salmonella to hydroponic growing systems and advanced machines for fertilizing crops, controlling weeds and irrigating fields. Hard at work in facilities such as the Lunar Greenhouse and wastewater treatment laboratory and using tools such as satellites, drones, nanotechnology and big-data science, our students and researchers are driven to find environmentally responsible ways to sustain more than nine billion people worldwide by 2050.

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  • Biosystems Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Biosystems Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Biosystems engineers use engineering, math, and life science to design systems to manage soil and water resources, produce food, develop biological products, and manage and analyze large data sets. They work on projects involving wise use of energy, materials, biochemicals, and recyclable wastes. They combine technical knowledge, computer techniques, and control systems for a deeper understanding of agriculture and biology -- the degree emphasis offered in Yuma is Precision Agriculture.

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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.

  • 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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  • Engineering Management

    Master of Science

    Engineering Management

    Master of Science

    The University of Arizona engineering management curriculum examines fundamental leadership and business administration skills that can be applied directly to engineering projects. You’ll gain a greater understanding of the decision making and technical elements that go into technology-based ventures, learning to shape and manage advanced projects of varying sizes and scales. Adopt current best practices to optimize processes and guide technical teams toward their goals while staying on schedule, maintaining a budget, and complying with regulations.

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  • Engineering Management

    Bachelor of Science

    Engineering Management

    Bachelor of Science

    Engineering management majors learn to recognize the need for improved manufacturing processes and understand customer demand for new products and technologies. They craft a skillset steeped in the business management side of engineering while also focusing on engineering fundamentals. Undergraduates gain real-world experience through design, entrepreneurship and internships programs, and club activities. This major prepares students to lead their own projects and ventures, or those at global companies.

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  • Human Development and Family Science

    Bachelor of Science

    Human Development and Family Science

    Bachelor of Science

    Human Development & Family Sciences (HDFS) prepares for careers that strengthen families, communities, and individuals focusing on understanding human development from birth through adulthood. You will learn how lives and relationships develop within the context of family, school, work, and society and how resiliency and relationships are developed and maintained, especially in challenging circumstances, such as living in poverty. You will use and create scientific knowledge to build compassionate and effective solutions for 21st century social challenges. In the HDFS program, you will explore topics like adolescence, child development, family relationships, mental health, counseling, youth programs, geriatrics and more. You will partner with faculty that have firsthand experience working with families and individuals in many contexts. With the HDFS major, you’ll learn how to empower individuals, families, and communities to survive and thrive.

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  • Industrial Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Industrial Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Industrial engineers work for a vast range of manufacturers and service providers in both the public and private sectors. Wherever they work, they share a common purpose: increasing efficiency. UA industrial engineering majors take core courses in chemistry, math, physics, computer science and design and modeling with advanced courses in operations research, production analysis, information management, embedded computer systems, and human factors and ergonomics.

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  • Industrial Engineering

    Master of Science

    Industrial Engineering

    Master of Science

    The master’s in industrial engineering program offers an in-depth exploration of the technical skills that are essential to keep production processes running efficiently and safely. Developed by our faculty of industry experts and groundbreaking researchers, the curriculum delves into business fundamentals like cost estimation and financial modeling that can help engineering leaders improve performance on the production line. You’ll be prepared to establish best practices in every stage of the product life cycle with strategic decision making and quantitative analysis.

  • Integrative Health Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science Nursing

    Integrative Health Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science Nursing

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Integrative Health - The University of Arizona Gilbert is a regional location that offers the nation's first Bachelor of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Integrative Health. The program incorporates integrative health practices to bring holistic care to your local community and the world. Complete your first two years at a partner community college to earn your associate's degree, then finish your second two years at the Gilbert location to earn your bachelor's degree and become a Wildcat for life.

  • 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.

  • Mechanical Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Mechanical Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Delve into the design, manufacture, and maintenance of machines, from medical prosthetics and robots to energy systems in the Mechanical Engineering BS program. You will study physics and materials while focusing on particular interests: dynamics and controls, mechanical design, nanotechnology, solid and fluid mechanics, or thermal sciences. Take advantage of research opportunities and design projects that provide real-world experience throughout the program.

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  • Nursing

    Master of Science

    Nursing

    Master of Science

    The Master of Science in Nursing – Entry to the Profession of Nursing (MS-MEPN) program is designed for students holding university degrees in other fields who want to become registered nurses. In this program, you will train with community clinical experts in all specialty areas. This as an accelerated 15-month program that retrains you for the Nursing field.

  • Nutrition and Human Performance

    Bachelor of Science

    Nutrition and Human Performance

    Bachelor of Science

    Nutrition and physical activity are at the heart of human performance, in athletics, in the arts, and in daily life. With a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance, you'll be prepared to help people maximize their lives, promote healthy aging, and prevent chronic illness. Your coursework will build a strong foundation in nutrition, exercise, and behavioral sciences, and you will learn how to combine them to improve quality of life at every stage. When you graduate, you'll be ready for a career in the health and fitness industry, community health and wellness, and more - or to pursue graduate studies in physical therapy, exercise physiology, and related health sciences.

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  • Nutritional Sciences: Dietetics Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science

    Nutritional Sciences: Dietetics Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science

    The Dietetics Emphasis to pursue a career in the field of dietetics, most likely as a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN). You’ll get a foundation in the sciences, as well as courses in medical nutrition therapy (MNT), community nutrition, nutrition counseling, and food service management. Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to apply to an ACEND accredited graduate program.

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  • Nutritional Sciences: Nutrition Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science

    Nutritional Sciences: Nutrition Emphasis

    Bachelor of Science

    The Nutrition Emphasis to customize your degree program while you take the same science foundation and core nutrition courses as the Dietetics route. You may take additional math and science courses required by professional schools like medical, dental, physician assistant, and physical therapy programs.

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  • Personal and Family Financial Planning

    Bachelor of Science

    Personal and Family Financial Planning

    Bachelor of Science

    Join the financial planning industry for an exciting career that rewards both you and the people you will help. You will gain a deep understanding of saving, investing, and other financial tools. But, moreover, you’ll develop the know-how to help individuals and families prosper by understanding their beliefs, values, and goals. Financial planning is life planning, and you’ll play a critical role in putting people on a path to fulfi ll their dreams. Graduates will be well-prepared to meet CFP® certifi cation standards and to launch a rewarding career.

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  • Regulatory Science

    Graduate Certificate

    Regulatory Science

    Graduate Certificate

    This interprofessional graduate certificate – designed by industry leaders in regulatory science alongside experts at the University of Arizona in law and the health sciences – provides the tools and information for graduates to advance their careers or transition into the regulatory science field or a related discipline.

    Students will receive specialized training in how to accelerate the development of medical products through greater understanding of the ethics, policies, and regulations governing regulatory science in the United States and abroad.  They will also have the opportunity to take a unique colloquium course that hosts internationally renowned speakers with the goal of introducing students both to the breadth of topics in regulatory science and to industry leaders.

  • Rural Telehealth

    Graduate Certificate

    Rural Telehealth

    Graduate Certificate

    The Rural Telehealth Certificate Program (RTCP-DNP) is intended for doctorate of nursing practice (DNP) students who wish to learn about the delivery of healthcare using telehealth technology.

    The term “telehealth” covers a range of methods including: videoconferencing in real-time (synchronous), store and forward (asynchronous), patient monitoring, mHealth and provider education. The rural health care delivery system is a prominent environment for telehealth use. You will have the opportunity to analyze and evaluate different elements of delivery systems related to rural clients, including: provider and organizational outcomes, informatics and leadership in the design, implementation and evaluation of rural healthcare systems.

    Through this program, you will develop an advanced understanding of the necessary components of a sustainable telehealth program that provides patient-centered delivery. Identifying one key area of telehealth technology you wish to explore, you will evaluate the fit among the environment, client, telehealth technology and desired outcomes for capacity building and sustainability.

    Completion of this certificate will demonstrate to future employers your knowledge of telehealth and its application in your area of specialty. Clinical residencies are required, but these can be either face-to-face or conducted by remote telehealth.

  • 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.

  • Software Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Software Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Software engineers work in corporate and government settings as well as in research and as independent consultants. They deal with all phases of the Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) such as design, development, testing, and maintenance of software applications. They can become software architects and developers, project managers, and business owners. Software engineers are in high demand across industries. The list, at home and abroad, is limitless. 

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  • Sustainable Plant Systems: Fresh Produce Safety

    Bachelor of Science

    Sustainable Plant Systems: Fresh Produce Safety

    Bachelor of Science

    Learn the fundamental plant and soil science principles, food safety fundamentals, techniques aimed at developing improved crop plants, and the best practices for managing fi elds, greenhouses, and agricultural crops. This degree prepares students for careers in modern agriculture, land management, and agronomic crop production in the Western United States and throughout the world. This degree satisfi es the requirements for the Crop Advising/Pest Applicators license.

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  • Systems Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Systems Engineering

    Bachelor of Science

    Systems engineers are experts in the interaction of machines, people, materials, energy, software and hardware. For example, students earning the Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering complete projects and conduct research in supply chain management, smart manufacturing, transportation, autonomous surveillance, and many others. They gain proficiency in how systems interact with one another other and society. Systems engineering undergrads have worked on exciting projects with major agencies and high-profile industry partners. Undergraduates master skills for careers in all industry segments.

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  • Systems Engineering

    Master of Science

    Systems Engineering

    Master of Science

    Master of Science in Systems Engineering develops the skills to design, model, and analyze advanced systems of diverse components — from software and hardware to the operators who employ them. Throughout your course of study, you’ll work with expert faculty to build on your practical abilities and develop comprehensive solutions that maximize efficiency. The program not only cultivates advanced technical knowledge, but also the strategic problem-solving and decision-making skills to lead projects that meet requirements, stay on budget, and function reliably for years to come.

  • 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 mglang@arizona.edu

     

  • 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: https://grad.arizona.edu/catalog/programinfo/TLMA

     

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Teach Arizona

Teach Arizona is a unique program dedicated to training the next generation of effective teachers. You will complete the coursework required for a secondary teaching certificate (grades 6-12) and a full year of classroom teaching experience. Specializations include Math, Science, English, Social Studies and World languages. Dedicated faculty will guide you through your study and practice of teaching, and you will have the opportunity to complete a half-day internship in school districts throughout the greater Tucson area.

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing Integrative Health Emphasis

Bachelor of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in integrative health - The University of Arizona Gilbert is a regional location that offers the nation's first Bachelor of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Integrative Health. The program incorporates integrative health practices to bring holistic care to your local community and the world. Complete your first two years at a partner community college to earn your associate's degree, then finish your second two years at the Gilbert location to earn your bachelor's degree and become a Wildcat for life.

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Master of Science for Entry to the Profession of Nursing

The Master of Science in Nursing – Entry to the Profession of Nursing (MS-MEPN) program is designed for students holding university degrees in other fields who want to become registered nurses. In this program, you will train with community clinical experts in all specialty areas. This as an accelerated 15-month program that retrains you for the Nursing field.

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