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    基本信息

    学校类型:国家级大学 公立
    院校排名:132

    本科信息

    托福要求:61
    雅思要求:7
    学费(美元)/年:31592

    研究生信息

    研究生托福要求:61
    研究生雅思要求:7

    大学简介
    亚利桑那州立大学建于1885年2月26日,是国际著名的研究性大学,2012年世界大学学术排名位列第79位[3],现任校长是Michael M.Crow博士,学生来自美国各大洲及世界120多个国家(地区),研究项目从护理学到商业,从工程到通信。
    亚利桑那州立大学有四个主要校园,均分布于菲尼克斯大都会区(又称凤凰城大都会区),校园面积共6.11平方千米(合9165亩)。主校园坐落在坦佩,是ASU校园面积最大和学生人数最多的校园;西校园,1984年成立于菲尼克斯西北方,提供高年级及研究生学习;理工校园,1996年成立于Poly, Eastern Mesa(曾是空军基地);菲尼克斯校园,是ASU最新校园,2006年成立于菲尼克斯市中心。
    亚利桑那州立大学主校园有43,000名学生,其中本科生33,000名,平均年龄为23岁。研究生(Graduate Student, 硕士以及博士)10000名,平均年龄为32岁,其中新生占一半左右,约5,000名,29%毕业于全球前10%的高等学校;西校园主要是高年级学生和研究生,有5,000多名,其中本科生3,600名;理工校园有1,000多本科生和研究生,主要专业是工艺与农业、高尔夫管理及商业管理;菲尼克斯校园面积最小,只有0.08平方千米(120亩),主要专业是医疗卫生、新闻传播。ASU的延伸校园,通过在central Phoenix的Downtown中心提供课程及其他远程在线网络学习。1885年,亚利桑那领地议会决定在坦佩设立官立师范学校,该校先后被命名为亚利桑那师范学校、亚利桑那师范学院、亚利桑那州立学院,亦即现今亚利桑那州立大学的前身。亚利桑那州立大学在美国还有一个很著名的头衔--“美女第三大校”。

    地理位置
    该州是美国西南部内陆州。南与墨西哥接壤。别称大峡谷州(Grand Canyon State)。面积29.5万平方千米 ,人口367.8万(1990)。
    北部是科罗拉多高原,南部为丘陵、盆地,西北部被科罗拉多河切割成科罗拉多大峡谷。大峡谷以南的汉弗 莱斯峰,海拔3851米,为州最高点。亚热带大陆性干旱、半干旱气候、年降水量一般少于250毫米。
    早期曾为印第安人居住地,后成为西班牙殖民地,继而成为墨西哥领土。1848年美墨战争后归属美国。1912 年成为美国第48州。
    矿产丰富,是美国最大的铜矿产区,还有石油、金、银等。为美国四大产棉区之一,长绒棉产量约占全美1 /2。经济早期以第一产业为主,现以第二、三产业为主。第二次大战期间,美国国防工业转向内地,州内电器 、航天、金属冶炼、电信等制造业发展迅速。菲尼克斯和图森是两大工业中心。旅游业在经济中占重要地位,有 大峡谷国家公园、彩色沙漠和化石林公园、国家森林、野生动物保留地和其他名胜古迹34处。设有亚利桑那大学 、亚利桑那州立大学等高等学府。
    亚利桑那州是第48个加入美国联邦的州,位于美国的西南方。该州同时也是四角落州之一,与新墨西哥州、 犹他州、内华达州、加州和墨西哥为邻。与科罗拉多州相连。
    亚利桑那州的主要大城是凤凰城、图桑、优玛和旗杆市。在该州的大峡谷国家公园之外,还有许多国家森林 、公园和纪念地等。亦有许多印地安保留区。

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