University of Arizona
Earning a spot on the 2010 Best Colleges list form US News and World Report, the University of Arizona is considered one of the top colleges in Arizona and has over 100 academic majors for its undergraduate students, as well as a graduate school in most major fields, including biology and biomedical sciences. The University was established in 1885, even before Arizona achieved statehood, offering its students a rich history of academic excellence. Visit www.arizona.edu or call 520-621-4101 to learn more about the school.
Arizona State University
Arizona State University occupies a series of campuses in the greater Phoenix area, including a Polytechnic campus in Mesa. It has over 250 undergraduate degree programs and also a graduate school. For those who prefer distance learning, Arizona State has 25 online degree programs as well. ASU regularly rates among the top 100 universities in the world. Visit www.asu.edu or call 602-496-INFO to learn more about the school’s offerings.
Northern Arizona University
Northern Arizona University occupies 740 acres in Flagstaff, as well as a shared campus in Yuma and several community campuses throughout the state. As a teaching and research school, the school offers a hands-on approach to learning. NAU has 93 different undergraduate degree programs and 50 graduate degree programs that Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine named one of the “nation’s best values in public education and the best value in the state.” To find out more about the specific degrees offered, visit www.nau.edu or call 928-523-9011.
Western International University
Western Intentional University maintains campuses in Chandler, Scottsdale, and Phoenix. It also has an off-campus course location in Tempe and offers the WIU Interactive Online virtual campus. The school was founded in Phoenix in 1979, and since that time has grown into an internationally known university offering associate, bachelor, and master degree programs as well as accounting certificates. The college’s primary focus is helping working adults further their education, and thus it offers two-month long courses with just nine class sessions to accommodate the schedules of busy adults. Call 866-WIU-INFO or visit www.west.edu to learn more.
Pima Community College
Although it’s a community college, Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona offers an excellent program for those seeking certificates or Associate’s degrees. One of the top colleges in Arizona it offers 184 transfer and occupational programs. It provides an excellent launching point for further education or a foundation for a future career that requires an Associate’s or certificate. The school also offers customized training for over 70 employers. To find a campus near you, visit www.pimu.edu or call 520-206-4500.