Colleges, Schools, and Departments
Departments, schools, colleges, and other programs across the UA campus support faculty, researchers, and academic courses that explore our relationship to the environment, advance our understanding of our planet, communicate environmental knowledge, and find solutions to environmental problems.
Colleges, schools, departments, and programs across campus offer a rich selection of physical and social science courses and opportunities that include environmental studies for undergraduates.
The UA offers dozens of master’s and PhD programs and courses related to natural resources and the environment in a wide variety of disciplines. In addition, Graduate Interdisciplinary Programs (GIDPs) are research and education programs that cut across departments to promote innovation and creativity among faculty and students.
The UA has developed a number of professional certificates and programs designed to provide students with cross-disciplinary and career training in biology, GIS, public health, statistics, water policy, economic geology, water resources engineering, education, science and business, and more.
Green Course Guide
The UA offers more than 150 courses on environmental studies and sustainability in addition to seminars that address the most timely environmental issues. From biophysical sciences to social sciences, architecture/landscape architecture, and the arts, many courses provide opportunities for field research, giving students hands-on experience.