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University College - Exploratory
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts
The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
Thunderbird School of Global Management
College of Global Futures
W. P. Carey School of Business
College of Health Solutions
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Sustainability

You can choose to study sustainability on several different campuses.

Students with this interest want to ensure a better future and healthier planet by becoming trained to help solve environmental, economic and social challenges.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Sports, tourism

You can choose to study sports, tourism and recreation on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects acquire planning and management skills in leisure-oriented industries, which contribute to the economic health and quality of life of communities.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Pshycology

You can choose to study psychology on several different campuses.

Students interested in psychology gain a deeper understanding of the human mind, brain and behavior in order to improve lives across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Pre-law

Pre-law advising is open to all majors at all campus locations.

Law schools accept students from all majors and backgrounds. Students should choose a major based on their interests. At ASU, the Office of Pre-law Advising supports students through the process of applying to law school.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions below, and then visiting a campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Pre-health

Pre-health advising is open to all majors at all campus locations.

At ASU, the Office of Health Professions Advising supports students interested in pursuing careers in medicine (allopathic and osteopathic), chiropractic, dentistry, naturopathic medicine, occupational therapy, optometry, pharmacy, physical therapy, physician assistant, podiatric medicine and veterinary medicine. ASU offers numerous resources, opportunities and services for pre-health students. Students can major in any program at ASU and still be considered a pre-health student. There is not a “pre-health” major at ASU, so please select a major that interests you. Health Professions Advising offices are located on the Downtown Phoenix, Tempe and West campuses.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions below, and then visiting a campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Public services

You can choose to study public service and political science on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects have an enthusiasm for civic matters and gain a deeper understanding of politics, policy and systemic forces, and learn how to implement positive change across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Nursing

With an interest in nursing, you will study on the Downtown Phoenix campus.

Students with this interest are on the path to become highly trained professional nurses in various health care settings.

We recommend you start by browsing majors below, and then visiting campus.

Journalism text

With an interest in journalism, you will study on the Downtown Phoenix campus.

Students with this interest are focused on learning the fundamentals and intracacies of journalistic practices.

We recommend you start by browsing majors below, and then visiting campus.

History, Philosophy and humanities

You can choose to study history, philosophy and humanities on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects want to study how we can look to reasoned thinking, classical texts, an assessment of past events and the broad human experience as a guide to gain a deepened understanding of the past, present and future across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Health and wellness

You can choose to study health and wellness on several different campuses.

Students with this interest learn how to promote healthy habits to a broad range of populations through hands-on experiences across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Fine arts

You can choose to study fine arts, performance and film on the Tempe campus.

Students interested in these subjects have a passion for creativity, entertainment and artistic expression.

We recommend you start by browsing majors below, and then visiting campus.

Exploratory

You can figure out what you want to study on several different campuses.

Students who are undecided, who want to try out a few things or have too many interests to choose one can explore before committing.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and exploratory programs below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Engineering

You can choose to study engineering on several different campuses.

Students with this interest will integrate mathematical models, science and technology to solve problems and create practical solutions in a wide range of areas.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Education

You can choose to study education and teaching on several different campuses.

Students with this interest gain an opportunity to learn about and improve education locally and globally across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Earth, space and flight

You can choose to study Earth, space and flight on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects ask questions with deep consequences and explore the great unknowns of Earth, our solar system, and the universe beyond in wide fields of study. They also apply a broad range of engineering skills and computational tools to design and analyze state-of-the-art, aerodynamically efficient wings and surfaces.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Criminology

You can choose to study criminology and forensics on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects learn about justice, systemic factors influencing crime and how to improve the human experience across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Computer science

You can choose to study computer science, software engineering and mathematics on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects want to work on the forefront of technological innovation through areas such as computer and software design and engineering, or by engaging the branches of mathematics to solve emerging technological challenges across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

communication

You can choose to study communication and languages on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects learn how to improve communication to positively impact people around the world across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Business

You can choose to study business on several different campuses.

Students with this interest can explore all aspects of business and how they drive today's interconnected economies.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Science

You can choose to study science on several different campuses.

Students with this interest master scientific processes to improve life for people, animals and the environment across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Architecture

With an interest in architecture, construction and design, you will study on the Tempe campus.

Students interested in these subjects learn how to design and create more functional cities, buildings and spaces to improve quality of life across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing majors below, and then visiting the campus.

Anthropology, sociology

You can choose to study anthropology, sociology and cultural studies on several different campuses.

Students interested in these subjects want to learn how to make a positive impact on humanity by deepening their understanding of the human experience across wide fields of study.

We recommend you start by browsing campus descriptions and majors below, and then visiting the campus or campuses to get a feel for which one might fit you best.

Check out asu.edu/degrees for more information on degree programs.

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Recurring academic college sessions

All recurring sessions occur Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. (Arizona time).

Academic college Session description Register
TempeWestDowntown PhoenixPolytechnic

University College - Exploratory

Not sure what you want to major in at ASU? As an exploratory student in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, taking a series of interactive, one-credit exploration courses will guide you toward declaring a major that fits you. Join us to learn more about how the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts assists exploratory students and provides valuable resources throughout the major and career selection process.
TempeWestDowntown PhoenixPolytechnic

Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

The Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College welcomes you to attend our academic information session, where you’ll learn about our outstanding and innovative teacher preparation programs, student involvement opportunities and the many resources available to ensure your success as a student and future educator.
TempePolytechnic

Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Do you want to be an engineer? Join us for an academic information session to learn about what distinguishes the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering from other engineering programs throughout the country. Staff members and current students will discuss our undergraduate degree programs, student organizations, undergraduate research opportunities and state-of-the-art facilities.
Tempe

Herberger Institute for Design & the Arts

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts will share experiences about life on campus and as a student in the Herberger Institute. We’ll review our school’s admission requirements and undergraduate degree programs, and give you information about student opportunities and ways to get involved on campus.
Tempe

The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Tempe campus is redefining the liberal arts and sciences education by uniting traditional disciplines in innovative schools and departments across the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. With more than 95+ degree programs, and 23 schools and departments, The College offers you the opportunity to drive transformation and accelerate discoveries in topics you’re passionate about. Learn more about The College and how you can customize your college experience through study abroad, undergraduate research, internships and more. Begin your ASU journey with The College today.
Downtown Phoenix

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication

Discover how the Cronkite School is preparing journalism students for today's competitive media careers. A Cronkite ambassador will lead an in-depth tour of our state-of-the-art facilities. Learn about internships, freshman opportunities, specialized subjects (such as sports journalism) and professional programs that give you the experience you need to succeed after graduation.
WestDowntown Phoenix

Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions

During the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions academic information session, you’ll learn more about our college, including information about undergraduate degree programs, research opportunities, student clubs and organizations, and other ways to get involved on campus. In the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions we don’t just teach public service — we do it.
WestDowntown Phoenix

Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Interprofessionalism — in education, practice and research — guides the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation as we build programs to meet the needs of the changing health care industry. Join us for an overview of our undergraduate health programs, including information on the nursing admission and advancement process.
West

New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Bringing together the best of both a small-college experience – with its close personal relationships – and a top-tier research university – with its cutting-edge research faculty – ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences located at the beautiful West campus is nationally unique. Working across old disciplinary boundaries, our faculty produce innovative research, not just report on it. We take our students with us on this fascinating journey, which provides extraordinary opportunities for growth and exciting ways to shape your future.
West

Thunderbird School of Global Management

Thunderbird equips you with the skills to lead in the volatile global marketplace. With courses that go far beyond the typical business-school curricula, Thunderbird’s world-renowned faculty deliver up-to-the-minute, real-world training in the intricacies of doing business in today’s interconnected world economy.
TempeDowntown PhoenixPolytechnic

College of Global Futures

Do you want to advance communities and people? Do you want to create innovative business models to preserve and protect our environment? We all share a stake in the future. Join this session to learn more about ASU’s newest college — the College of Global Futures — and how we equip the global leaders of today and tomorrow with the ability to apply their skills and knowledge to help solve economic, environmental, and societal challenges.
TempeWestPolytechnic

W. P. Carey School of Business

The W. P. Carey School of Business invites you to attend an academic information session to learn more about undergraduate degree programs and opportunities available to business students to prepare them for professional success. Learn about the degree options, resources and innovative learning environments on the Tempe, West and Polytechnic campuses.
TempeWestDowntown PhoenixPolytechnic

College of Health Solutions

During the College of Health Solutions academic information session, you’ll learn more about our college, including information about health and health care-related degree programs, research and internship opportunities and other ways to get involved on and off campus. Join us!
TempeWestDowntown PhoenixPolytechnic

College of Integrative Sciences and Arts

Become a master learner and integrative solutions-maker in programs where innovative teaching, interdisciplinarity and applied learning are emphasized. Find a major you love or build your own with the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts. Maybe you’re looking for a leading-edge field where you can interact with practitioners, or a solid foundation for graduate or professional school. Or do you want the flexibility to complete a degree you started elsewhere? Whatever your goals are, we provide many paths for you to gain the confidence and skills to pursue your dreams.

Academic and major exploration sessions

Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

ASU Graduate Nursing Programs Information Session

  • For Registered Nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) looking to advance their career and education.
  • Learn about graduate programs within the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation for licensed nurses.
  • Review degree offerings (including the Doctor of Nursing Practice, MS Nursing and other interprofessional health programs), admission requirements, how to apply and more.
Wednesdays and Fridays 5:30 p.m. (W) and noon (F) Register

Barrett, The Honors College

Barrett, The Honors College Session

  • Join Barrett staff and students to learn about the value of an honors education.
  • Learn about the Barrett structure within the university, the honors curriculum and the application process.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 4:30 p.m. (T/Th) and 10:30 a.m. (S) Register

Barrett, The Honors College

Live Zoom Tour of Barrett at the Tempe campus

Join current Barrett students as they take you around the Barrett residential community at Arizona State University's Tempe campus in real time. This 45-minute tour showcases housing, social areas, dining facilities and other resources in the Barrett community. Questions are encouraged throughout the tour!

Fridays 3:30 p.m. Register

Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation

Graduate Health Programs Information Session

  • Learn about graduate programs in health and health care with ASU's Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
  • Review interprofessional health degree offerings, admission requirements, how to apply and more.
Wednesdays and Fridays 5:30 p.m. (W) and noon (F) Register

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts

Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Undergraduate Program Information Session (for transfer students)

  • Learn about the 5 academic units within the Herberger Institute: School of Art, The Design School, School of Music, Dance and Theatre, The New American Film School, and the School of Arts, Media and Engineering.
  • Explore over 40 undergraduate degree programs for students who are interested in studying and pursuing career paths in performing, visual arts, digital media and design related fields.
Fridays 1:15 p.m. Register

ASU@Lake Havasu

Virtual Experience ASU: ASU@Lake Havasu

  • A presentation on the admission and enrollment processes at ASU.
  • Q&A with an admission representative.
  • Information about student life at ASU@Lake Havasu.
Thursdays 3:30 p.m. Register
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