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Agricultural Education - Professional AgricultureMaster of Science
Agricultural Education - Professional Agriculture
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 ManagementBachelor of Science
Agricultural Systems Management
Agricultural Systems Management (ASM) is a unique academic program designed to meet the educational needs of a specialized agricultural economy in the desert southwest region of the United States. The ASM is delivered through a 2-way academic partnership between local community colleges, and the University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Major coursework is composed of business/management-related classes and agricultural systems/ plant sciences courses taught by faculty in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona Yuma and main campus.
In this program, you will receive technical agriculture training to gain an understanding of broad agricultural concepts. The technical agricultural knowledge gained is supported by a business and management orientation through agriculture systems management and advanced agricultural technology. You’ll get training in core courses such as Personnel Supervision, Scientific and Technical Sales, Agricultural Law, Advanced Ag Systems/Technology, Irrigation, and Crop Production. Enrich your professional and technical preparation by participating in one or more internship experiences and/or defined field experiences during your junior/senior years.
Biosystems EngineeringBachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biosystems Engineering (BE) program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. Biosystems engineers use engineering, math, and life science to design systems to manage soil and water resources and to design and develop biological and biomedical products. They combine technical knowledge, computer techniques, and control systems for a deeper understanding of agriculture and biology knowledge which someday may be used to design life support systems for colonies on other planets. You may specialize in water resource engineering or biological engineering.
Elementary EducationBachelor 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 email@example.com to get started.
Engineering ManagementMaster of Science
The MS in Engineering Management is designed for graduate engineers and scientists aspiring to advance into management careers within technological organizations. The University of Arizona College of Engineering provides online distance learning opportunities for master’s degree programs. These programs are designed with flexibility in mind, so working professionals and others with busy schedules or no access to campus can take classes and view on-demand lectures on their schedule.
Engineering ManagementBachelor of Science
Engineering Management prepares you for leadership roles in high-tech industries. As an undergraduate, you will gain business skills and engineering design knowledge while also focusing on one of the College’s other majors to position themselves for careers in various industries.
Family Studies & Human DevelopmentBachelor of Science
Family Studies & Human Development
The Bachelor of Science in Family Studies and Human Development is designed to provide a strong foundation in theory, research, issues and applications related to family/interpersonal processes and human development across the lifespan. Complementary coursework provides you with a grounding in social/behavioral and the biological sciences, as well as basic skills in research, writing and communication. You will also complete a focused sequence of coursework in a career-related area of specialization.
Food SafetyBachelor of Science
Learn about food safety strategies from farm to fork. The BS in Food Safety program presents you with an opportunity to gain an education with an integrated food safety curriculum designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and problem-solving skills to thrive in tomorrow’s food safety-related “food industry” workplace. The BS in Food Safety is designed to address the importance of the overall food sector in various food industries (e.g., produce, meat and poultry, eggs, dairy, juices, chocolate, etc.), the Food Safety Modernization Act, foodborne illness outbreaks and their investigation, and increasing public concerns with food safety. The Food Safety program will enable you to earn a bachelor’s degree in an innovative and effective manner. When you complete this program, you will have a unique and highly desirable credential, which will likely provide you with a competitive edge in the marketplace. Careers can be found in local, state and federal agencies, public health, academia and industry.
Industrial EngineeringMaster of Science
The Master of Science in Industrial Engineering will teach you to develop efficient processes and prepare organizations for long-term growth. Advance your career by improving manufacturing and other processes in a variety of sectors such as aerospace, healthcare delivery, steel and more. Play a vital role in a world that relies heavily on globalized manufacturing and supply chains.
Industrial EngineeringBachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering focuses on the design and implementation of integrated systems of people, materials, machines, energy and information. You may take all of your technical electives in one or more of the program’s focus areas.
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. University of Arizona 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.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts, Media and EntertainmentBachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Arts, Media and Entertainment
The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary 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.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Economy and IndustryBachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Economy and Industry
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.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Global and Intercultural UnderstandingBachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Global and Intercultural Understanding
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 Interdisciplinary 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.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Science, Technology, Health, & SocietyBachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Science, Technology, Health, & Society
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 Interdisciplinary 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.
Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Behavior and Human UnderstandingBachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies: Social Behavior and Human Understanding
The knowledge of human behavior, history, culture, ethics and communication gained with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary 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.
LawBachelor 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 StudiesMaster 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 EngineeringBachelor 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.
Nutritional Sciences / DieteticsBachelor of Science
Nutritional Sciences / Dietetics
Nutritional science is the study of nutrition and foods in health and disease across the lifespan. Courses within the major include nutritional biology and metabolism, food science and safety, nutrition assessment, and therapeutic diets. Nutritional science combines medicine, food chemistry, cell biology and biochemistry with a focus on nutrition and foods. You may specialize in either dietetics or nutrition. The dietetics option allows you to apply to dietetic internships and become registered dietitians through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The nutrition option prepares you for graduate study in nutrition, food science, nutritional biochemistry, dentistry, nursing, physical therapy or veterinary medicine.
Personal and Family Financial PlanningBachelor of Science
Personal and Family Financial Planning
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.
Professional MBAMaster 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.
Regulatory ScienceGraduate 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 TelehealthGraduate 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 PsychologyEducational 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 EngineeringBachelor of Science
The BS in Software Engineering coherently integrates proven engineering techniques and disciplines with software development best practices that encompass all aspects of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). The curriculum includes core principles from systems engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and software engineering. The curriculum is based on a solid foundation of mathematics, including calculus, physics and discrete math.
Sustainable Plant SystemsBachelor of Science
Sustainable Plant Systems
Nurture a greener and healthier tomorrow with a degree that innovates new, sustainable ways to keep food fresh. The Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Plant Systems has four tracks; students in the Fresh Produce Safety track advance the latest methods for maintaining the safety of food, one of the most important resources on Earth. In this Yuma-based program, students discover how production chains become contaminated with diseases, and learn Good Agricultural Practices for the harvest of leafy greens and fresh-vegetable food safety. Coursework provides insight into food safety issues, field risk assessments, facility sanitation and inspection processes. Students gain real-life experience in the applications of soil, water and plant sciences, including soil chemistry, plant nutrition and hydroponics
Systems EngineeringBachelor of Science
The Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering gives you knowledge of the processes of modeling, analyzing and designing advanced technology systems. It teaches design viewpoints and methodologies that emphasize system integration, with a focus on subject matter and tools for modeling and analysis. Systems engineering is an interdisciplinary field of engineering that focuses on how to design and manage complex engineering systems over their cycles.
Systems EngineeringMaster of Science
The Systems and Industrial Engineering (SIE) department at the University of Arizona was established in 1961 as the nation's first department of systems engineering. It now offers the Master of Science in Systems Engineering fully online to provide new opportunities for working professionals.
Systems engineering is concerned with the design, modeling and analysis of technological systems that employ people and machines, software and hardware, and material and energy for diverse purposes such as communication, health care, transportation or manufacturing. The curriculum provides you with design viewpoints and methodologies that emphasize system integration, and with subject matter and tools for modeling and analysis of large, complex systems, e.g., probability and statistics, system theory, decision analysis, and simulation.
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.
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.
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.