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Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus

Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus
7001 E. Williams Field Road
Mesa, Arizona 85212

The gates of the Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus opened in 1996. Located on the former Williams Air Force Base in Mesa, Arizona State University Polytechnic has grown from 1,000 students to more than 8,700 students in a short time.

The student population expanded with course offerings. At its inception, Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus was comprised of two schools: the School of Technology and the School of Management and Agribusiness. Now ASU Polytechnic supports more than 40 degree programs in business, education, engineering, engineering technology, professional pilot training, health and wellness, and more.

Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus sits on a 600 acre site that it shares with several other institutions, including Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Mesa Community College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and an Air Force research facility. Collectively these diverse bodies comprise Williams Campus.

Traditional-age, first-year students can take advantage of Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus' Freshman Year Experience, living in a living-learning community comprised of either residences halls or houses and taking classes together. Housing for families is also available on campus: three villages with two- to five-bedroom houses complete with Internet access, cable television and water.

Quick Facts:

  • Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus offers master's and doctoral degrees in agribusiness, applied psychology, applied biological sciences, aviation, education, emergency management, engineering technology, exercise and wellness, fire science, graphic information technology, and nutrition.

  • Around 200 international students are enrolled at Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus.

  • The most popular undergraduate programs at ASU Polytechnic are business administration, agribusiness (professional golf management), elementary education, exercise and wellness, nutrition (dietetics) and aeronautical management technology (professional flight).

  • Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus is one of only a few universities to offer a four-year professional golf management program accredited by the Professional Golfer's Association of America. Coursework includes golf course operations, turf grass management, club fitting and repair, pro shop merchandising, movement analysis and sports psychology.

  • The Flight Simulator Labs at ASU Polytechnic enable Aeronautical Management Flight students to develop their piloting and procedural knowledge. Students hone their flight skills at the nearby Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and find out what it's like to experience the loss of air pressure by using the Altitude Chamber.
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