Colleges and schools

Colleges and schools

Your community is ready to meet you

Your college or school will become your community, filled with new friends, caring professors and helpful staff who make up your academic family. It will also become the source of your first major professional network, where you’ll build valuable contacts you can tap into throughout your life.

Explore your academic options

You can choose from 17 colleges and schools at ASU that together offer hundreds of degree options taught by top faculty. Discover and explore your future academic home.

What students are saying about their academic communities

Sara

Sara R.

Junior, Musical theatre
Hometown: Bethel, Connecticut


“I could not be happier with the environment. All of my classes are close by and my best friends are in my major. My professors are close by whenever I need to contact them and are more than willing to take their time to help me with whatever I need. I've created a family at ASU.”

Graham

Graham S.

Doctoral student, Advanced Nursing Practice (DNP)
Hometown: Peoria, Arizona


"I love the energy of ASU - no matter where you are or what you are doing, the excitement, enthusiasm, and energy of ASU is always around and it's infectious! It keeps me motivated in believing all that I want to achieve.”

Neda D.

Neda D.

Junior, Business Administration
Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona


“I have met people I will cherish for the rest of my life and gained unbreakable bonds with professors and classmates!”

Frequently asked questions about schools and colleges

What colleges and schools (programs) can I find at ASU?

ASU has 17 colleges and schools offering majors and degrees that fit your career and academic interests. If you're interested in majoring in business, law, engineering, journalism, theatre, design, sustainability, public service, health, teaching, nursing, the arts, science or are undecided, ASU has the college family for you. 

How do I choose the right college for my career interests?

Once you have determined what career you’re interested in, you should explore what degrees a college or school provides. Contact the college or school with questions about the degree you’re interested in, or to obtain statistics about job placement for students after graduation. Finally, visit all the colleges that interest you to determine which one feels like the best fit for you.

Does ASU have the best and brightest faculty?

Many ASU faculty members are world-renowned and most are leaders in their fields of study. Over the past several years, ASU has attracted some of the brightest instructors around, and students are the ones who benefit. Many professors are the recipients of prestigious awards such as the Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize and the MacArthur Genius Grant. Others hold memberships in influential national academies. You can learn more about ASU’s outstanding faculty here.

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