Search Tags: HomeDescription1Distance, LearningThe UA Distance Learning program works with other departments and units on campus to develop and deliver specialized certificates, degree programs, and individual courses using video, CD-ROM/DVD, and Web technology.Independent Study, CorrespondenceIndependent Study through Correspondence credit courses are available to students anytime, anywhere. Students from high school to graduate school can set their own pace and take up to nine months to complete a course. Any class offered for credit at UA Correspondence may also be taken for personal development or enrichment, for no credit.Professional, DevelopmentProfessional Development offers programs that train and prepare organizations and individuals in IT and business skills. Programs are delivered on campus or in customized courses at a company or workplace.Evening &, WeekendUA Evening & Weekend is specifically designed to serve working adults, and addresses the educational needs of students who wish to earn a bachelor's degree, but can only attend classes in the evenings and on weekends. B.A. degrees in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS), Communication, Political Science, and Psychology are offered.Youth, ProgramsYouth Programs - Students in grades 4-12 are introduced to the excitement of a college environment through specialty summer camps offered through UA academic units, including the College of Law, the College of Optical Sciences, the School of Music, and the College of Nursing.Osher Lifelong, Learning InstituteOLLI is a member-led organization featuring stimulating, noncredit learning on a university level. Courses are held in Tucson, Green Valley, and Marana.Learning CentersLearning Centers - Outreach Coordinators in Pinal, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties can assist students planning to complete a degree at The University of Arizona.Military & Veterans,