Ranking as a national leader in engineering education since its founding, the University of Arizona's College of Engineering is proud to offer working professionals like you access to our technical, practical, career-driven online graduate programs in engineering. Each virtual course is built and taught by internationally renowned faculty, providing a flexible, interactive learning experience that can help you discover new horizons in your career and meet requirements for advanced positions.
At the UA, we're driven by the pursuit of the new, by curiosity, and by our academic community's boundless potential for innovation. We encourage you to learn more about how our online graduate programs in engineering can help you shape the technologies of tomorrow.
Learn more about each discipline and the program requirements by clicking the links above.
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Since its founding in 1885, the University of Arizona has stood as a national leader in practical education that helps students achieve incredible things. Our mission is to graduate students who are sought after by employers and prepared to embark on engaging, fulfilling careers.
Equipped with skills, knowledge, experience, and the entrepreneurial spirit they gain at the UA, our students become highly skilled members of society who lead with determination, innovate without limits and benefit our state, our nation, and the world in boundless ways.
Here are just some of the things we've accomplished so far as a community of innovators – students and faculty alike. With your help, we hope to keep reaching for new frontiers:
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