Arizona means Quality
At the UA, you’re not just a number.
I really do love how inclusive it is. The community around here is phenomenal. It’s a pretty tight knit area. The electrical engineering department is like 13th in the nation.
- Max Roth, Electrical Engineering
UA Leads the Way through Quality
Learn from the best Faculty
From Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners to members of esteemed national academies and world-renowned experts, our faculty is the best in the southwest – in dozens of disciplines. They put us in the ranks of the top public universities in the U.S.
We have a major for that
The UA has 20 colleges and over 160 degrees of top ranked programs in physical and life sciences, business and management, and social sciences. More importantly, the UA has programs that match job projections.
Higher levels of education lead to higher earnings. Over a working lifetime, the typical full-time year-round worker with a four-year college degree earns over 60% more than a worker with only a high school diploma. (U.S. Census Bureau, 2006, PINC-03).
While having a bachelor’s degree is important, having a degree that matches job projections is critical as you plan your future. This is where the University of Arizona shows its true academic strength. Take a look at the full list of majors and start planning your future today.
And if you’re looking for more than a bachelor’s degree, the University of Arizona has dozens of graduate degrees to choose from. Check out grad.arizona.edu/live/programs to find which of our excellent colleges offers the graduate degree you have in mind.
Study - surrounded by beauty
It’s no small point of pride that visitors to the UA frequently exclaim how beautiful they find our campus. The preponderance of red brick buildings delineates the campus from its surroundings, but incorporating this material certainly hasn’t stymied architects from designing striking, innovative - and green - facilities:
- Student Recreation Center expansion (gold LEED status)
- Helen S. Schaefer Building, housing the UA Poetry Center
- Meinel Optical Sciences Building (awards include 2007 American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Architecture
- Stevie Eller Dance Theatre, one of Arizona’s 18 Greatest Architectural Achievements