As a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), the University of Arizona is one 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.
The UA offers 128 Bachelors, 137 Masters, and 94 Doctoral degree programs in addition to 3 first professional programs and 4 specialist programs and a variety of undergraduate and graduate 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 5 years and a number of dual graduate degrees that help to reduce time to degree completion.
The University offers 7 undergraduate and 75 graduate certificates open to both students enrolled in our degree programs and to those interested in completing the certificates only. We also offer a small, but growing number of dual enrollment programs with Arizona high schools and summer course offering for high school students.
For more information on undergraduate degree plans and educational opportunities, please visit:
- Undergraduate Majors: Description, AZ Transfer Pathways, 4-Year Plans and Career Planning
- Undergraduate Majors Academic Advising Reports
- Undergraduate Minors
- Undergraduate Certificates
- Study Abroad and Student Exchange
- Domestic Study Abroad through National Student Exchange
- Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
- Student Engagement
- Honors College
- Accelerated Masters Degree Programs (AMP)
- Academic Policies for Undergraduate Academic Programs
- Undergraduate Admissions
For more information on graduate degree plans and educational opportunities, please visit:
For more information on UA credit programs for high school students, we have: