arizona, university of
public, coeducational institution of higher learning in Tucson, Arizona, U.S. The university has a broad curriculum in liberal arts, sciences, agriculture, architecture, engineering, business and public administration, and education. It also offers instruction in nursing and pharmacy and operates professional schools in law and medicine. Bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degree programs are available in most areas of study. The Office of Study Abroad and Student Exchange provides students with the opportunity to study in Europe, Latin America, Australia, and Asia. In 1995 Cochise Community College, with a focus on continuing education, became an official branch of the university and is now known as UA South. Total enrollment in the university exceeds 35,000.
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