The review is intended to enhance the quality of a program and to assist in determining a program’s ability to respond to future challenges and opportunities.
The University has been regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1917. Also, many UA units, schools, and programs obtained specialized accreditation.
This public online archive includes documents submitted to improve academic-related policies, practices and processes on campus.
The quality of education is enhanced through a variety of projects focused on continuous improvement of student-centered education including the development of centrally-scheduled Collaborative Learning Spaces.
Changes in the catalog, curricular, programs, and policy require shared governance approval and sometimes state-level reviews.
Domestic and international transfer students will experience successful matriculation as their credits from other institutions are reviewed for compatibility by a network of articulation specialists.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) provides exceptional resources and support to all those engaged in instructional activities at The University of Arizona.
Request to add or modify Special Class Fees, Differential Tuition, Program Fees and Other Fees for your courses or programs.
Shared governance is practiced for approving strategic academic plans, policies, and programs through councils, committees and task forces.
The Advising Resource Center is staffed to help students navigate the UA degree system and to support undergraduate academic advisors.
The university-wide general education program provides foundational knowledge and skills in support of the undergraduate degree programs and as preparation for life in a global society.