At Arizona State University, we pride ourselves on being an institution diverse in population and inclusive to all. Our aim is to provide a forum for the intellectual, personal, social and ethical development of our students.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study and teaching opportunities in over 140 countries to recent graduates and graduate students. ASU’s Office of National Scholarship Advisement is the first point of contact for graduate student Fulbright applicants.
Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are predesigned open scale courses that can be used by students to sample coursework required for ASU master’s degrees. Students can then use up to 12 credits towards an ASU master’s program. The following guidelines will assist ASU faculty and staff to...
Graduate school is designed to challenge and expose students to multiple perspectives. It can represent a paradigm shift for many new students acclimating to new programs, departments, and communities.
Graduate school necessarily stretches us. When we strive to achieve experiences, content and context expertise, and professional mastery, we rely on every part of our intellectual, emotional, physical and purposeful self.