Graduate Studies

The University of Arizona offers extensive opportunities to pursue graduate degrees in more than one hundred different fields. The University of Arizona's Graduate College provides central support and leadership to serve, oversee, and advance all aspects of the graduate enterprise. Below are some helpful links.

Master's Programs 

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Accelerated Master's Programs

Exceptional undergraduate students in selected majors have the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in as few as five years in our accelerated masters program. Because this program requires advanced planning, interested students should meet with their undergraduate adviser and the Director of Graduate Studies to establish their five-year program of study in these areas: 

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Ph.D. Programs 

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Graduate Certificate Program

Graduate certificates are designed to enrich the education of students enrolled in professional and graduate degree programs, and provide professional, non-degree seekers with continuing education. Certificates may be linked with an existing UA degree program or they may be unique and free standing. Certificate applicants must meet the Graduate College admission requirements. However, please note that departments offering a certificate may set additional admission requirements. The following certificates are offered:

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GPSC (Graduate and Professional Student Council)

The Graduate and Professional Student Council promotes the causes and concerns of the graduate student body, creates and fosters programs beneficial for growth and interaction, disburses funds for the benefit of professional development, and represents graduate and professional students at the University of Arizona, the University of Arizona Administration, and the Arizona Board of Regents. This goal is achieved through the election of representatives, officers and hired personnel.

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Teaching Resources 

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Research Practices and Ethics

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