Earn your degree at Yavapai College
Earn a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University without leaving Yavapai County. ASU and Yavapai College have established a partnership that allows you to complete your associate degree at Yavapai College and then pursue your ASU bachelor’s degree through classes delivered on the campus. You can also take advantage of additional cost savings with a reduced ASU tuition rate.
ASU classes will be offered on-site at Yavapai College or in a hybrid format, which blends in-person and online instruction.
Yavapai College, Prescott Valley Campus
6955 Panther Path, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Available undergraduate programs at Yavapai College
This is an excellent option if you have already earned or are earning an AAS and want to advance your career in health care. Designed for both entering and current employees in the health and health care fields, a concentration in health sciences will prepare you for advancement in your primary field, positions in management, and advanced educational and instructional expertise. Gain the knowledge and skills to find innovative and creative ways to improve the health of individuals and communities.
For more information on this program, contact Jackie Ries at Jries@asu.edu.
This is an ideal program if you have already earned or are earning an AAS degree. Prepare for leadership positions in a wide variety of organizations and career fields. This program focuses on the practice of innovative and effective leadership to help you develop the skills and knowledge to solve problems, communicate effectively, resolve conflicts, assess program effectiveness, lead projects and manage resources.
Advance your career and become a leader in your organization. Develop the skills and knowledge to manage resources, communicate effectively, use emerging technologies and lead projects.
With a concentration in project management, you’ll develop the skills and knowledge to advance in your career as a project manager and project manager leader. Covering many fields, organizational leadership courses prepare you for complex project oversight, organizational assessment, project leadership and more.
For more information, contact Gerry West at Gerald.L.West@asu.edu.
Prepare to be an educator for youth enrolled in grades 6—12. You’ll develop a strong theoretical background and gain the requisite teaching knowledge and abilities to successfully teach middle or high school students.
For more information, contact Kurt Palmer at email@example.com.
*Up to 15 additional hours of lower-division general studies coursework can be completed prior to transferring to ASU. Transfer up to 75 community college credits toward this degree, with 45 credits to be completed at ASU. If lower-division general studies requirements are not complete prior to transferring, the courses can be taken at Yavapai College or ASU. All degree requirements must be met prior to graduation from ASU.