One reason UA Online is unique compared to other online programs is that the courses are led by the same world-class faculty members who teach on our main campus. Our instructors are leaders in their fields and are dedicated to helping each student learn, grow and earn their degree.
Dr. Ashley Jordan
Ashley C. Jordan, Ph.D.
Lecturer and Program Coordinator for UA Online, Psychology
University of Arizona
Dr. Jordan has a master’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Florida Atlantic University and a Ph.D. in Family Studies & Human Development (FSHD)from the University of Arizona. She is a well-regarded psychology professor on both the UA’s main campus and UA Online. Dr. Jordan has identical twin girls who have put much of her “book learning” to the test with real-world application.
Suzanne Cummins, JD
Integrating Business Fundamentals with Ethic and Law
Professor Cummins teaches the same class through UA Online that she has taught for over 20 years at the University of Arizona. She finds online learning to be a much more intimate experience since she is grading the work of each individual herself and not through a preceptor. Suzanne Cummins is one of the many professors who saw the high demand for online learning in this day and age. Learn more about UA Online and how you can earn your Business Degree through the University of Arizona.
UA General Education
UA Online has an exciting, one-of-a-kind general education program called the “UA General Education Academy.” Through online learning communities, students create connections that enhance their critical and inquiring attitudes, appreciation of the interdisciplinary nature of subject areas, acceptance of people of different background or values, and deepened sense of self.
General Education Academy Instructors:
- Laura Lenhart: ESOC 150B1 – Social Media and Ourselves
- Cheryl Knott: ESOC 210 – Hacking & Open Source Culture
- Paula Decker: GEOG 170A1 – Introduction to Physical Geography
- Vincent Del Casino: GEOG 251 – World Regions: Comparatives and Global Perspectives
- Paul Milliman: HIST 160B2 – World History to 1600
- Jim Washburne: HWRS 203 – Arizona Water Issues
- Amy Fountain: LING 150A1 – Language
- Brian Moon: MUS 109 – Rock and American Popular Music
- Keith Pawlak: MUS 231 – Jazz History
- Kayle Skorupski: NSC 170C1 – Nutrition, Food and You
- Konden Smith: RELI 160D4 – World Religions