To learn more and download a free brochure, fill out the fields below. You can also call (888) 658-2042 to speak to one of our admissions counselors about the University of Arizona's online engineering programs.
There are two opportunities to begin the program each year. For our annual academic calendar and application deadline information, please contact an admissions counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ideal candidates for the online graduate programs in engineering offered by the University of Arizona will meet the following admissions standards:
To apply for any of the University of Arizona’s online programs in engineering, please follow the process below:
All required documents are to be uploaded to the University of Arizona Graduate College Online application. Applicants must submit:
Please note that GRE scores are not required.
The application process is completely online. Do not mail in any paper documents.
Once you have completed all the “required” fields in the application, you must provide the fee payment, review, and submit the application. After your application is successfully submitted, the department will be able to review your materials. The Graduate College will then await an official recommendation from your program regarding your admission.
Once accepted into the program, you will be required to submit official transcripts for all degrees and/or certificates you have previously completed. Electronic versions of transcripts will be accepted if received directly from your institution or transcript clearing house service (send to email@example.com).
Official transcripts can be sent to one of the following addresses:
The University of Arizona
PO Box 210066
Tucson, AZ 85721-0066
If sent via express mail (for FedEx, DHL, etc):
The University of Arizona
1401 E University Blvd, #322
Tucson, AZ 85721
If your undergraduate coursework does not meet the minimum 3.0/4.0 GPA requirement, please contact an admissions counselor to discuss your option to apply as a graduate non-degree seeking student to the Graduate College. Each department has a different policy related to admitting graduate non-degree seeking students into a degree program and will work with you directly to determine your graduate non-degree requirements. Typically, after completing at least six semester units of non-degree graded (A, B, C) 500-level or higher coursework with a minimum grade-point of 3.0/4.0, you may be eligible to apply to a degree program. This GPA will then be considered by the Graduate College to finalize an admissions decision.