University of Arizona College of Applied Science and Technology

Summary

University of Arizona College of Applied Science and Technology - Sierra Vista
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TypePublic
EstablishedMarch 9, 1995[1]
DeanGary Packard Jr., PhD [2]
Academic staff
91
Administrative staff
31
Students1,700
Location, ,
United States

31°34′01″N 110°14′45″W / 31.56682767426201°N 110.24575337613358°W / 31.56682767426201; -110.24575337613358Coordinates: 31°34′01″N 110°14′45″W / 31.56682767426201°N 110.24575337613358°W / 31.56682767426201; -110.24575337613358
CampusUrban
ColorsUA Red and Arizona Blue
   
MascotWildcats
Websiteazcast.arizona.edu

The College of Applied Science and Technology (also called AZCAST or CAST) is a remote campus of the University of Arizona, located in Sierra Vista. The campus offers master's degrees, bachelor's degrees, and certifications[3][4] that are regionally relevant for both Southern Arizona and the United States Army Intelligence Center of Excellence (USAICoE) and the United States Army Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) at Fort Huachuca. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has designated the University of Arizona's Intelligence program as an Intelligence Community - Center of Academic Excellence (IC-CAE).

Degrees offered

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Arts

  • Government and Public Service
  • Psychology

Bachelor of Applied Science

  • Administration of Justice
  • Applied Computing
    • Digital Design
    • Information Management
    • Network Operations
    • Software Development
  • Cyber Operations
    • Cyber Engineering
    • Cyber Law and Policy
    • Defense and Forensics
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Human Services
  • Intelligence & Information Operations
    • Information Warfare
    • Law Enforcement Intelligence
    • Operational Intelligence
  • Meteorology
  • Network Operations
  • Organizational Leadership & Regional Commerce
    • Organizational Leadership
    • Regional Commerce

Bachelor of Science

  • Computer Science
  • Elementary Education

Graduate

Master Degree

  • M.ED. Secondary Education
  • M.S. Educational Technology

Certifications

  • Cyber Operations
  • Cyber Security
  • Instructional Design & Tech
  • Military Families

References

  1. ^ "History | AZCAST". University of Arizona, College of Applied Science & Technology (AZCAST). Retrieved November 7, 2020.
  2. ^ "UA CAST Dean Bio". azcast.arizona.edu. 25 August 2021. Retrieved 25 August 2021.
  3. ^ "Programs | AZCAST". University of Arizona, College of Applied Science & Technology (AZCAST). Retrieved November 7, 2020.
  4. ^ "Certifications | AZCAST". University of Arizona, College of Applied Science & Technology (AZCAST). Retrieved November 7, 2020.

External links

  • Official website