ASU West gains 3 new schools focused on workforce needs, could triple in students
Population growth and increasing workforce opportunities in municipalities and communities in the western reaches of the Phoenix metro area have led to extensive plans to expand educational pursuits at the ASU West campus. The creation of three new schools based on the campus has been announced. Those include the School of Integrated Engineering, which will be part of the Fulton Schools, focusing on providing students opportunities in engineering and technology fields. With the two other new schools, ASU will offer studies in flexible STEM degree programs to provide education preparing students for work in a range of growing industries spawning new and innovative career paths.
See also: Arizona State University West plans extensive expansion in effort to triple enrollment, Phoenix Business Journal, March 29
ASU’s West campus expanding to serve the evolving West Valley, ASU News, March 29
ASU To Establish Three New Schools On The West Campus, The State Press, March 29
ASU’s West Campus Will Expand to Better Serve Growing West Valley, In Business (Greater Phoenix), March 29
With big expansion, ASU West hopes to become center of new economy in Phoenix, Glendale, Arizona Republic, March 30
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