Academic Policies and Procedures
The Academic Affairs office is here for you, the UA Engineering student. This page is a gateway through which you can access information on some of our most popular topics.
The navigation bar on the left of this page provides the links to all the help pages relevant to the College of Engineering.
In addition, the University's Advising Resource Center provides support and services to the undergraduate academic advising community.
The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for broad oversight of medical student admissions, medical student education, student affairs, graduate medical education, continuing medical education and faculty affairs. The office has direct responsibility for faculty appointments, promotion and tenure.
The administrative offices are responsible for the daily operations and business of the college. Many offices are dedicated solely to the UA College of Medicine, while some serve other entities within the Arizona Health Sciences Center at The University of Arizona, as well.
The admissions policies and procedures on this site apply to both campuses of The University of Arizona College of Medicine, the Tucson Campus and The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix in partnership with Arizona State University.
The mission of African American Student Affairs (AASA) is to facilitate a support system that helps students achieve academic excellence and an enriching African American cultural experience at the University of Arizona. AASA provides programs and services that enable students to develop leadership skills as well as the resources to develop and create personal excellence.
The Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE), affiliated with both the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the College of Engineering, offers programs leading to the Bachelor of Science, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
Biomedical Communications offers a comprehensive range of media planning, creation, production and support services to assist in the instructional, research, patient care and public service missions of The University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson and Phoenix, and the Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy and the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
The primary mission of the Office of Continuing Medical Education (OCME) is to disseminate the latest clinical findings and basic research results by educating physicians and other healthcare professionals, as well as medical students and graduate students in accordance with the mission of the College of Medicine and the Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC).
Human Resources at the Arizona Health Sciences Center is a satellite office of The University of Arizona Division of Human Resources, which is dedicated to the mission, vision and values of The University of Arizona. HR@AHSC offers a full range of on-site professional human resources (HR) services and activities to administrators, managers, faculty and staff of the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy and the UA Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health.
The Department of Anesthesiology provides the full spectrum of clinical anesthesiology services at the Arizona Health Sciences Center. These include both major and minor operating room anesthesia, consultation services in airway management and vascular access, preoperative patient assessment and optimization, emergency resuscitation, and critical care medicine. The department provides expertise in all subspecialties of anesthesiology, including cardiovascular, obstetric, neurosurgical, pediatric, transplantation, trauma, intensive care, and pain management.
Offers academic training in cultural anthropology, linguistic anthropology, archaeology, and biological anthropology. The School is one of the few institutions to fully support the integrated subdiscipline approach to Anthropology, with research departments embracing Sociocultural Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Archaeology and Linguistic Anthropology.
The Program in Applied Mathematics at the University of Arizona is an internationally recognized, interdisciplinary program offering a unique environment for students who wish to continue their studies of mathematics and its applications leading to Masters (M.S.) and Doctoral (PhD) degrees.
Provides specialized Arid Lands information services, spanning the full range of library functions, to the University of Arizona community, the public, government agencies, and international development organizations.
The Office of Arid Lands Studies (OALS) is a multidisciplinary research, instruction, and knowledge transfer unit in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
The Arizona Arthritis Center (AAC) is a stand alone research department serving the Tucson and Phoenix Colleges of Medicine at the University of Arizona. It is the focal point and catalyst for clinical and basic research in immuno-rheumatology in the state of Arizona and internationally.
Leading the transformation of healthcare by creating, educating and actively supporting a community that embodies the philosophy and practice of healing-oriented medicine, addressing mind, body and spirit.
Devoted to research and instruction that advance the use of Modeling and Simulation as means to integrate disparate partial solution elements into coherent global solutions to multidisciplinary problems.
The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies’ mission is to promote advanced scholarship in the various fields of Judaica, translate faculty research into dynamic undergraduate instruction, and contribute to the community through educational outreach.
Our goal is to increase the number of Latino/Hispanic physicians, enhance health research on the Latino/Hispanic population in the Southwest, and improve the cultural competency of health care services for Latino/Hispanic communities.
Provides poison and medication-related emergency treatment advice, referral assistance and comprehensive information on poisons and toxins, poison prevention and the safe and proper use of medications.
Arizona Public Media is affiliated with PBS and NPR and is an educational broadcast and production resource of The University of Arizona. The group consists of TV Stations KUAT Channel 6, KUAS, the UA Channel, PBS Kids, V-me, Create & KUAT-DT; with radio stations KUAT-FM & KUAZ-AM.
ARIZONA QUARTERLY: A Journal of American Literatures, Culture, and Theory publishes articles offering a variety of scholarly approaches to canonical and non-canonical works of American literature and film. The journal sponsors an annual symposium, bringing together senior scholars, advisory board members, and newly established academics, to renew our commitment to the study of American texts.
AzRISE is a global institute at the University of Arizona built on multi-disciplinary partnerships that span academia and industry with the goal of driving innovative solar energy solutions, grounded in sound research, economic and public policy that transform the lives of individuals and communities.
ARL is a group of researchers solving critical scientific problems and generating knowledge for the future. The organization's structure and values promote innovation through dynamic interdisciplinary collaborations.
Experience the enduring cultures of Arizona, the American Southwest, and northern Mexico through dynamic exhibits, engaging programs, and an educational museum store. Arizona State Museum is the oldest and largest anthropology museum in the region (est. 1893), an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, and home of the world’s largest collections of Southwest American Indian pottery and Southwest American Indian basketry. Open Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm. Closed Sundays and federal and state holidays. Admission: Adults 18+-$5.
Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs is charged with the oversight of faculty and academic personnel issues including promotion and tenure/continuing status, hiring documents, clock delays, sabbaticals, UHAP and Provost Author Support.
Our department offers one of the top astronomy academic programs in the world, with undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as a broad selection of general education courses. The department is directly associated with Steward Observatory, one of the world's leading astronomical research centers. All of our faculty members hold joint teaching and research appointments between the Astronomy Department and Steward Observatory.
The Department of Atmospheric Sciences offers programs leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Funded research is conducted through the Institute of Atmospheric Physics in such areas as Atmospheric Chemistry & Aerosols, Climate & Global Change, Lightning & Atmospheric Electricity, Radiation & Remote Sensing, Tropical Meteorology, and Weather Analysis & Predictability.