UArizona/Amrita Global Dual-Degree Program
Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Through an exciting Arizona Global Microcampus partnership, students at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University—one of the best research institutions in India—can participate in a dual graduate degree program featuring a combination of Cellular & Molecular Medicine courses from UArizona, along with Biotechnology, Microbiology, or Bioinformatics coursework Amrita.
UArizona instructors collaborate with Amrita faculty to deliver UArizona Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) courses in India. Students are required to complete a combination of shared and independently offered courses from both UArizona and Amrita in order to be dual-degree eligible. Coursework and UArizona office hours are offered in an innovative format and virtual environment—allowing Amrita students to connect with CMM faculty from across the world.
Amrita dual-degree students obtain fundamental knowledge of the normal structure and function of the major organs of the human body, the major types of diseases that afflict those organs, as well as opportunities, strategies, and approaches to prevent or treat such diseases.
In addition to expanding access to our academic programs through this global partnership with Amrita University, we are also working to provide opportunities for qualifying Amrita students to travel to Tucson, AZ to work in UArizona research labs.
Interested Amrita students can learn more here.
The future of health care is global.
Through University of Arizona Health Sciences (UAHS) worldwide Microcampus partnerships, it is our goal to address challenges in equitable accessibility of global education opportunities and to transform pedagogy to a more structured, adaptable, and student-centric experience that will increase student-faculty engagement and learning outcomes.
Together, we can educate the next generation of global health care professionals and researchers through innovative academic programs and research collaborations.