In The News
By David Miller
Set to launch in the spring, the UA Online Science Academy will enable students to take STEM courses.
After months of planning, the University of Arizona is set to launch the UA Online Science Academy.
The new initiative will allow students to take science courses — such as chemistry, biology, space and atmospheric sciences, environmental sciences, and physiology — without the need to be physically present on campus.
By Brandon Mejia
Projections from University of Arizona president Robert Robbins show the number of online enrollment more than tripling by 2024.
In 2017, more than 3,600 students enrolled in an online UA offering.
By Stacy Pigott
Only two years after its debut, UA Online is on target to meet or exceed goals established by the Arizona Board of Regents. And longtime biochemistry professor Roger Miesfeld says teaching online has made his in-class instruction even better.
By Scott Miller
UA Online student Jim Chaffins proves it's never too late to go back to school, and he's a freshman studying history.