Offers academic training in cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology. The School is one of the few institutions to fully support the integrated subdiscipline approach to Anthropology, with research departments embracing Sociocultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistic Anthropology.
Education in Architecture at Arizona is centered on preparation for ethical and innovative professional practice, with a commitment to the integration of knowledge and skills from multiple domains affecting the design and study of the built environment.
The School of Dance provides studies in the art, teaching and analysis of dance. The dance curriculum offers technique in ballet, jazz dance and modern dance, choreography and ample performing experience, leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in dance.
The School of Earth and Environmental Sciences (SEES) produces new knowledge about earth and environmental processes and human-environment interactions at all geographic and temporal scales, provides the scientific basis for environmental and climate policy, trains the next generation of earth and environmental scientists, and disseminates knowledge and solutions for the benefit of students and society.
Provides degrees in geography, urban and regional development, environmental studies, and geographic information systems technology. The School covers the entire range of contemporary geography, including the sustainability of cities, human impacts of global climate change, and water resource issues and policy.
Prepares students for meaningful and exciting careers in 21st century information professions. Affords foundational knowledge necessary to work with print and digital information in libraries, museums, science centers, and business and government offices.
The mission of the School of Information Sciences, Technologies and Arts (SISTA) is to promote research in computational methods across disciplines and teach students to understand the computational aspects of any discipline.
The University of Arizona School of International Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (SILLC) is a federation of the following independent departments and programs: Africana Studies, Critical Languages, Classics, East Asian Studies, French and Italian, German Studies, Religious Studies, and Russian and Slavic Studies.
A graduate professional degree program which emphasizes landscape and human ecology, socio-cultural and behavioral factors, landscape aesthetics, and artistic principles in a variety of design, planning, and management scenarios.
The School is a multi-disciplinary unit focusing on the region extending from Morocco to Afghanistan which includes the Arab world, Iran, Israel and Turkey. It provides language courses in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish, and undergraduate and graduate studies in culture, history, religion, politics and conflict.
The School of Mind, Brain, and Behavior represents a multidisciplinary group of departments and programs dedicated to the teaching and discovery of principles and mechanisms underlying minds, brains, and behaviors. The School was formed to foster interdisciplinary dialog and collaboration among students and faculty and to create new educational and research opportunities unconstrained by traditional disciplinary boundaries.
The School of Plant Sciences is a vigorous, cutting-edge, and comprehensive academic unit of the University of Arizona, whose scientists are devoted to the study of plants, the organisms that underpin the survival of terrestrial life. Research programs within the School examine how plants grow, how they respond to their environment, how they evolved, how they can be manipulated, and their fungal, bacterial, and viral interactions.
The School of Sustainable Engineered Systems will be a leader in the improved design of linkages between our natural and engineered systems to sustainably provide material resources, water, energy, infrastructure, and manufactured products through innovative education, research, and outreach.
Offers students comprehensive training in the art and the business of storytelling and the workings of the entertainment industry in an incredibly rich learning environment. With state-of- the- art equipment, and a faculty made up of working professionals.
Conducts programs which span the biological, mathematical, and physical sciences. Emphases are on teaching a fundamental understanding of scientific knowledge, discovering new knowledge, and applying that knowledge to solving problems.
Promotes and strengthens partnerships among the various UA Colleges and local school districts, that lead to effective integration of UA science, mathematics, engineering and technology research into K-12 education.
The Skin Cancer Institute unites the Arizona Cancer Center’s many skin cancer prevention activities into one coordinated group, bringing together innovative research, visionary clinical care, life-changing education and community outreach. Our mission is to prevent and cure skin cancer.
The primary objective of the Center is the research and development of natural products for commercial applications. The NPC will bring together established researchers and research groups, including student researchers, to achieve this objective in a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment.
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese offers a variety of undergraduate program options, including Basic Language, Heritage Language and Portuguese Language. Undergraduate programs in the Department equip students with the analytical skills necessary to undertake linguistic, cultural and literary investigation.
Offers educational programs leading to the B.S., M.S., Au.D., and Ph.D. degrees. Committed to helping students understand the science of human communication and its disorders and developing skills as clinicians and researchers.
A place where internationally recognized researchers work together to solve the medical problems that plague our children. Our pediatricians play a unique role in the community - as physician's, researchers, and teachers - working to give children a better chance at good health.
While providing knowledge and skills basic to the practice of medicine, the College of Medicine inculcates students with fundamental attitudes of compassionate patient care and a spirit and desire for lifelong independent learning and scholarship.
Student Transitions is a robust area of programs and services designed to facilitate the retention and graduation of students through specific interventions. The programs and services that combine to create the Student Transitions area touch all UA students, no matter their academic class, but have an emphasis on new students. This includes new freshmen, transfers, returning students, etc.
Serves as the international relations office for the UA and is responsible for supporting the negotiation, facilitation and maintenance of all institutional relationships with foreign partner institutions worldwide.
If you are a visiting undergraduate student and are not pursuing a degree through the UA, you may seek Summer or Winter Only admission. This type of admission does not allow for continuation in the Spring or Fall semesters and you must reapply for this status each year.
We provide our patients high quality, cost effective and compassionate clinical care; to train the next generation of surgical leaders; and to advance the field of surgery through translational research.
Undertakes integrated, multidisciplinary research on the hydrology of semi-arid regions, in partnership with stakeholders, so that this understanding can be effectively applied to the management of water resources and the implementation of public policy.
A nationally ranked top 20 program providing research and educational programs emphasizing mathematical modeling, computing, and decision technologies for the design and operation of large systems in engineering, business and logistics.