Learn more about The Polytechnic School at Arizona State University
The Polytechnic School located on ASU’s Polytechnic campus focuses on project-based and hands-on curriculum to solve real-world challenges through student, faculty and industry collaborations. We believe how you learn and teach is as important as what you learn and teach.
Located on 600 acres in Mesa, Arizona, the state’s third-largest city and part of the Greater Phoenix area, ASU’s Polytechnic campus is home to a beautiful desert arboretum and more than 6,800 undergraduate and graduate students.
Our programs thrive under the guidance of more than 75 faculty members with comprehensive expertise in many of the most important technological challenges that society faces. Many bring considerable industrial experience to enhance their teaching and research.
The academic facilities are among the best that ASU has to offer and were designed specifically to support a learning and discovery environment. The Polytechnic School boasts some of the most innovative engineering programs and advanced learning laboratories in the country.
The Polytechnic School, one of the seven Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, is organized into various academic programs:
The Aviation Programs offer degrees that combine academic studies with professional flight and aviation training.
Degree options: BS in air transportation management, BS in air traffic management, BS in professional flight, BS in unmanned aerial systems, BAS in aviation, MS Tech in aviation management and human factors
This program lives at the intersections of creativity, visual design and technology, preparing students to create visual content for multi-channel distribution in print, web, photo, video and animation.
Students learn through hands-on study and experiential learning of entrepreneurship and innovation, combined with strategic management of technology, decision-making, systems modelling and process analysis.