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Second-semester skill level in a second language is required. Non-B.A. degree students may fulfill this requirement with one of the following options:

  • Scoring the equivalent of second-semester skill level on an entrance or placement examination administered by The University of Arizona.
  • Completion with a C or better of a second semester course at the post-secondary level.
  • An AP (Advanced Placement), IB (International Baccalaureate) or CLEP (College Level Entrance Program) language score determined by the individual language department.
  • In the College of Engineering by a method determined within the College; however, all students in the college must also take a language placement examination on entrance to the University.

Fourth-semester skill level in a second language is required. B.A. degree students may fulfill this requirement with one of the following options:

  • Scoring the equivalent of fourth-semester skill level on an entrance or placement examination administered by The University of Arizona.
  • Completion of a two-course sequence beyond the second semester of post-secondary language instruction.
  • Completion with a C or higher of a 300- or 400-level language course at the post-secondary level.
  • Completion of one course beyond the third semester in combination with an AP (Advanced Placement) score, IB (International Baccalaureate) score or a CLEP (College Level Entrance Program) score determined by the individual language department.
  • An AP, IB, or CLEP language score determined by individual language departments.
  • A minimum of one semester study abroad in a language program approved by the appropriate language department as the equivalent of fourth-semester skill level.

Math

There are three foundational Math strands: General, Moderate, and Substantial.

General
This strand involves the general understanding and appreciation of how mathematics is used to solve problems in everyday life. The G-strand does not prepare a student for any further work grounded in mathematics and assumes the student will not proceed beyond the basic Foundations level noted above. Thus only those students whose major requires the most general knowledge of mathematics should take this strand.
Moderate
The M-strand is for students who require mathematical facility at the level of at least MATH 110 (Collegiate Algebra). This strand involves reasonable facility with algebra and algebraic functions, graphs, and simple modeling. Students who choose the M-strand are prepared for further mathematical work. This work may include LING 178 (The Mathematics of Language and Linguistics), MATH 114 (Finite Mathematics), MATH 113 (Elements of Calculus), or a statistics class from outside the Mathematics Department, such as ISTA 116 (Statistical Foundations for the Information Age) or SBS 200 (Statistics for the Social Sciences).
Substantial
This strand involves skill and facility with calculus. The S-strand begins at one of two calculus options - MATH 124 (Calculus I with Applications) or MATH 125 (Calculus I). Students who successfully complete the S-strand may continue on to MATH 129 (Calculus II), MATH 223 (Vector Calculus), or beyond. Those who choose but are not ready to begin the S-strand will be required to take preparatory work.

Artistic

People who have artistic, innovating or intuitional abilities, and who like to use their imagination and creativity in unstructured situations.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Creative Attend concerts, theaters, exhibits Sketch, draw, and paint
Intuitive Read fiction, plays, poetry Play an instrument
Imaginative Work on crafts Write stories and poetry
Innovative Take photographs Make music
Individualists Express themselves creatively Sing, act and dance
Use their imagination Design interiors
Do original work Design fashions
Work according to their own rules

Possible College Majors: Architecture, Art History, Classics, Communication, Creative Writing, Dance, East Asian Studies, English, Film and Television Studies, French, Information Science & the Arts, Music, Spanish, Studio Art, Theatre, and many more.

Conventional

People who like to work with data, have clerical or numerical ability, and enjoy carrying things out in detail and following through on instructions.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Well-organized Follow clearly defined procedures Work well within a system
Accurate Use data processing equipment Do a lot of paperwork in a short time
Numerically inclined Work with numbers Keep accurate records
Methodical Type or use a word processor Use a computer terminal
Conscientious Be responsible for details Write effective business letters
Efficient

Possible College Majors: Accounting, Business Economics, Computer Science, Information Science, Management Information Systems, Mathematics, Operations Management, Physics, and many more.

Enterprising

People who like to influence, persuade or perform, and who enjoy leading or managing for organizational goals or economic gain.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Self-confident Make decisions affecting others Initiate projects
Assertive Be elected to an office Be convincing
Sociable Win a leadership or sales award Sell things or promote ideas
Persuasive Start their own service or business Give talks or speeches
Enthusiastic Participate in a political campaign Organize activities and events
Energetic Meet important people Lead a group
Take on a lot of responsibility

Possible College Majors: Accounting, Agribusiness Economics and Management, Business Management, Economics, Finance, Communication, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management Information Systems, Marketing, Political Science, Regional Development, Retail and Consumer Science, and many more.

Investigative

People who like to observe, investigate, analyze, evaluate, or solve problems.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Inquisitive Explore ideas Think abstractly
Analytical Use computers Solve math problems
Scientific Work independently Understand physics theories
Observant Learn about a new subject area Do complex calculations
Precise Solve problems Use a microscope
Perform lab experiments Interpret formulas
Read scientific /technical magazines
Analyze data

Possible College Majors: Animal Sciences, Anthropology, General Biology, Molecular & Cellular Biology, Computer Engineering, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Science, Geography, Geosciences, Information Science and Technology, Linguistics, Mathematics, Microbiology, Neuroscience and & Cognitive Science, Optical Sciences, Pharmacy, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Speech and Hearing Science, and many more.

Realistic

People who have athletic or mechanical ability; prefer to work with objects, machines, tools, plants, or animals; or to be outdoors.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Practical, athletic, straightforward Tinker with machines Fix electrical things
Mechanically inclined Work outdoors Solve mechanical puzzles
Nature lovers Be physically active Pitch a tent
Curious about the physical world Use their hands Play a sport
Build things Read a blueprint
Work alone Plant a garden
Tend/train animals Operate tools and machinery
Work on cars

Possible College Majors: Anthropology, Environmental Science, Geosciences, Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental & Water Resource Economics, Nutritional Sciences, Agribusiness Economics & Management, Natural Resources, and many more.

Social

People who like to work with people -- informing, enlightening, helping, training, or curing -- or who are skilled with words.

These People Are: They Like To: They Can:
Friendly Work in groups Teach/train others
Helpful Help people with problems Express themselves clearly
Idealistic Participate in meetings Lead a group discussion
Insightful Do volunteer service Mediate disputes
Outgoing Work with young people Plan and supervise an activity
Understanding Play team sports Cooperate well with others
Teach new skills

Possible College Majors: Anthropology, Business Management, Communication, Education, English, Environmental Studies, Family Studies & Human Development, Geography, Gender & Women's Studies, Journalism, History, Linguistics, Public Management, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Translation & Interpretation, and many more.

We Found 23 UA Degrees

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Major
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Location
Aerospace Engineering

BS in Aerospace Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Architectural Engineering

BS in Architectural Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Biomedical Engineering

BS in Biomedical Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Biosystems Engineering

BS in Biosystems Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Chemical Engineering

BS in Chemical Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Civil Engineering

BS in Civil Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Cyber Operations: Cyber Engineering Emphasis

Bachelor of Applied Science

Math
Required:
General
Second Language Required: 2 Semesters
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Electrical & Computer Engineering: Computer Engineering

BS in Electrical & Comp Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Electrical & Computer Engineering: Electrical Engineering

BS in Electrical & Comp Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Engineering Management

BS in Engineering Mgmt

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Environmental Engineering

BS in Environmental Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Industrial Engineering

BS in Industrial Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Materials Science & Engineering

BS in Materials Science & Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations
Mechanical Engineering

BS in Mechanical Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Mining Engineering: Geomechanics

BS in Mining Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus WUE
Mining Engineering: Mine Operations

BS in Mining Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus WUE
Mining Engineering: Mineral Processing

BS in Mining Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus WUE
Mining Engineering: Sustainable Resource Dev

BS in Mining Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus WUE
Optical Sciences & Engineering: Optical Materials Track

BS in Optical Sciences & Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Optical Sciences & Engineering: Optical Mechanics Track

BS in Optical Sciences & Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Optical Sciences & Engineering: Optics Track

BS in Optical Sciences & Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Optical Sciences & Engineering: Opto-Electronics Track

BS in Optical Sciences & Engr

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Main Campus
Systems Engineering

BS in Systems Engineering

Math
Required:
Substantial
Second Language Required: None
Pre-Major: No
Available at Multiple Locations