CHOOSE FROM 128 BACHELOR’S AND 9 MASTER’S IN ENGINEERING DEGREE PROGRAMS

UA DEGREES

UA DEGREES

UA Direct is for students with strong academic qualifications and high English-level proficiency. Students immediately begin taking classes that count toward earning their bachelor’s degree from the UA.

The UA offers a wide variety of academic programs, many of which are among the nation’s best. Students can choose from more than 300 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through 16 academic colleges and 22 schools on three campuses.

The UA College of Engineering is ranked #58 among graduate Engineering Colleges in the U.S. according to U.S. News & World Report (2018). With a tradition of excellence for both teaching and research, UA graduate engineering students go on to be leaders in a variety of industries, such as defense, information technology, public service and more.

The UA is Arizona’s only member of the prestigious Association of American Universities (AAU), an organization of 62 leading public and private research universities in the United States and Canada. The UA’s excellence in academic research, scholarship, and educational programming provides students with the opportunity to engage with and learn from and alongside current and future leaders in their fields.

 

128 BACHELOR'S AND 9 MASTER'S IN ENGINEERING DEGREES OFFERED

 

The UA offers 128 bachelor’s degree programs, seven undergraduate certificates, and a variety of undergraduate minors. The university has a number of Accelerated Masters Programs (AMP) that permit students to earn both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in five years and a number of dual graduate degrees that help to reduce time to degree completion. Explore UA degrees.

100% Engagement is the UA’s signature student experience that allows you to:

  • Customize your learning with experiences in and out of the classroom
  • Work alongside your peers and faculty to address real challenges
  • Earn an official transcript notation
  • COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AMONG OBSERVATIONAL, THEORETICAL, AND SPACE ASTRONOMY PROGRAMS IN THE US

  • LARGEST OPTICS PROGRAM AMONG US INSTITUTIONS

  • AMONG US PUBLIC UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS FOR MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

  • AMONG PUBLIC UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS FOR THE ELLER COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT'S MCGUIRE CENTER FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • U.S. GRADUATE ENGINEERING COLLEGES

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COLLEGES AT UA

UA has 16 academic colleges. Here are a few highlights:

  • COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES

    What are the humanities? They’re the disciplines that make life meaningful. Intercultural communication. Conviction and questioning. Personal identity. Collective action and community building. The faculty, students and staff of the College of Humanities are passionate about their pursuit of life-changing and world-defining challenges.

  • COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

    The College of Science brings together globally prominent faculty in disciplines at the core of scientific inquiry and education. One of the largest colleges at the UA, the College of Science is a nexus of award-winning programs and centers that encourage both independent and collaborative-driven research.

  • COLLEGES OF LETTERS, ARTS AND SCIENCE

    The UA Colleges of Letters, Arts and Science offers a signature university experience: opportunities for students to explore areas of study that cannot be contained within a single department or college. Consisting of the colleges of Fine Arts, Humanities, Science, and Social and Behavioral Sciences, this new collaborative college will advance innovative programs that cross the boundaries of humanities, arts and the sciences.

  • ELLER COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT

    The Eller College of Management, one of the largest colleges at the UA with the university’s most sought-after degrees, continues to build on a tradition of excellence begun in 1913.

  • COLLEGE OF OPTICAL SCIENCES

    The UA College of Optical Sciences educates students in all aspects of the study and application of light, performing internationally recognized research in optical engineering, quantum optics, applied optics and photonics, and image science.

  • COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

    The College of Engineering was founded when the UA was established in 1885. For more than 125 years, UA College of Engineering alumni have explored, shaped and made habitable the world -- and the universe -- in which we live.

  • COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    The University of Arizona College of Education — Arizona's first — was founded in 1922 with an enrollment of 145 students. Working with other colleges, the College of Education is responsible for the vast majority of teacher education on campus. The college prepares special educators, school and rehabilitation counselors, school principals and superintendents, and leaders for K-12 and higher education.

  • COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE & LIFE SCIENCES

    Founded in 1889, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' acclaimed teaching, research and Cooperative Extension programs strive to ensure the resilience and health of people, environments and economies in Arizona and around the globe. CALS prepares students for success in a wide range of careers in agricultural and environmental sciences, biosystems engineering, retailing, family studies, comparative biomedical sciences and more.

Read about all of UA’s 16 academic colleges

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