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Graduate Programs

The University of Arizona is one of the nation's top 20 public research institutions, enabling you to work with leading researchers and providing an ideal environment for advanced study.  We place high priority on interdisciplinary studies, intellectual and cultural diversity, and international exchange. So, whether you’re interested in the environment or climate change, cutting-edge physical and life sciences, choral conducting, entrepreneurship, links between human evolution and climate, developing the next generation of broadband wireless technology, sustainable development practice, or health issues in American Indian communities, the University of Arizona is a place of discovery.

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Last updated 21 Apr 2017