University of Arizona

University of Arizona Online Learning

If you work full-time or part-time, or even if you have other demands on your time, traditional classroom courses may not be that great of an option for you. However, online classes may offer the flexibility you need, and you may even be able to get your entire degree online. On this page, we'll look at what online learning options are available at University of Arizona.

On this page you will find:

Online Bachelor’s Degrees at University of Arizona

21 Online Bachelor's Programs
2,815 Online Bachelor's Degrees
University of Arizona offers 21 online bachelor's degrees. During the most recent year for which data is available, 2,815 students obtained their bachelor's degree in one of these fields:

Online Bachelor’s Degree Number of Grads
Architecture (Other) 26
Business Administration & Management 226
Chemical Engineering 84
Communication & Media Studies 284
Computer Software & Applications 79
Educational Assessment 83
Electrical Engineering 119
Ethnic Studies 12
General Psychology 472
Geography & Cartography 2
History 77
Interdisciplinary Studies 349
Legal Professions (Other) 138
Materials Sciences 13
Mental & Social Health Services 144
Natural Resources Conservation 23
Nutrition Science 136
Other Science Technologies/Technicians 27
Philosophy 43
Political Science & Government 211
Public Health 267

The average full-time tuition for out-of-state undergraduates at University of Arizona is $33,273. Part time students pay $1,386 per credit hour. For more information on costs, see our University of Arizona tuition and fees page.

Online Master’s Degrees at University of Arizona

25 Online Master's Programs
1,311 Online Master's Degrees
You can get an online master's degree in 25 different fields at University of Arizona. The following table shows which subject areas are offered online and the number of recent graduates in each one.

Online Master’s Degree Number of Grads
Accounting 73
Business Administration & Management 237
Computer Information Systems 123
Criminal Justice & Corrections 5
Electrical Engineering 72
Engineering-Related Fields 25
Food, Nutrition & Related Services 8
General Engineering 19
Geography & Cartography 24
Industrial Engineering 15
Instructional Media Design 8
International Relations & National Security 51
International Studies 3
Legal Professions (Other) 22
Legal Research 13
Library & Information Science 69
Materials Sciences 8
Mechanical Engineering 9
Nursing 218
Physics 48
Public Health 181
Real Estate Development 4
Special Education 53
Systems Engineering 14
Teacher Education Subject Specific 9

The average full-time tuition for out-of-state graduate students at University of Arizona is $32,065. Part time graduate students pay $1,781 per credit hour.

How Many Students Participate in Online Learning at University of Arizona?

13,844 Undergrad Degree Seekers
88 Undergrad Non-Seekers
3,011 Graduate Students
In the 2017-2018 academic year, 16,943 students took at least one online class at University of Arizona. Of these students, 13,844 were seeking an undergraduate degree, 88 were undergraduates who were not enrolled in a degree program (non-seekers), and 3,011 were graduate students.

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All Online Students at University of Arizona

16,943 Took At Least One Online Class
4,242 Took All Classes Online
56.08% Out of State Students
Of the 44,097 students at University of Arizona, 38.42% (16,943) took at least one class online. About 9.62% (4,242) took all of their courses online. Those students who took classes exclusively online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at University of Arizona for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 16,943 4,242
2016-2017 15,443 3,394
2015-2016 12,997 2,579
2014-2015 9,660 1,936
2013-2014 11,184 1,693

Online Undergraduate Degree Seekers at University of Arizona

13,844 Took At Least One Online Class
1,832 Took All Classes Online
50.27% Out of State Students
In 2017-2018, 33,509 undergraduate students attended University of Arizona. Of these students 41.31% (13,844) took at least one class online. 5.47% (1,832) of undergraduate degree seekers took classes exclusively online. Those who took all of their classes online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online undergraduate degree students at University of Arizona for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 13,844 1,832
2016-2017 12,624 1,330
2015-2016 10,620 788
2014-2015 7,530 432
2013-2014 9,321 389

Online Undergraduate Non-Degree Seekers at University of Arizona

88 Took At Least One Online Class
71 Took All Classes Online
64.79% Out of State Students
Of the 644 undergraduate non-seekers at University of Arizona, 13.66% (88) took at least one class online. About 11.02% (71) took all of their courses online. Those non-seekers who took classes exclusively online were from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at University of Arizona for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 88 71
2016-2017 30 26
2015-2016 32 19
2014-2015 17 4
2013-2014 15 4

Online Graduate Students at University of Arizona

3,011 Took At Least One Online Class
2,339 Took All Classes Online
60.37% Out of State Students
During the 2017-2018 academic year, 9,944 graduate students attended University of Arizona, and 30.28% (3,011) were enrolled in at least one online class. 23.52% (2,339) of these students took classes exclusively online. Those graduate students who only took online courses were originally from the following places:

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The table below shows the total number of online students at University of Arizona for the last five years.

Year Took at Least One Online Class Took All Classes Online
2017-2018 3,011 2,339
2016-2017 2,789 2,038
2015-2016 2,345 2,339
2014-2015 2,113 1,500
2013-2014 1,848 1,300

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