Academic Information for AUPP
This page provides the academic information that all students need to know in order to complete a degree program at AUPP.
This section of the catalog contains information about AUPP including the vision and mission, organizational structure, tuition, scholarships, and dual degree fees.
Here are the regulations and policies related to admissions, tuition refunds, and expected student involvement and behavior.
The General Education requirements for all students participating in an undergraduate program at AUPP. Generally, these required courses are taken during the first two years of study.
Detailed information for all the major and minor degree programs are provided here. Included are the courses required, credits required, etc
AUPP offers students an opportunity to earn two degrees after four years of study. AUPP has relationships with University of Arizona and with Fort Hays State University which are both fully accredited American universities located in the United States.
The English Preparatory Program (EPP) is designed for students who need some help improving their English skills. All courses at AUPP are taught in English by highly degreed teaching professionals. It is very important that AUPP students have a good listening, reading, and writing skills in the English language.
A Masters in Law program from the University of Arizona (UA).
In this Masters in Law program, you will study International Economic Law and Policy, an area that will be of career interest to graduates of Law, Business, Economics and Global Affairs, as well as law practitioners and other professionals from the government, non-government and corporate sectors.
This contains descriptions of all the courses required by the various programs, majors and minors.