tailored to industry demand
250+ non-degree online
Career bootcamps and
executive education programs
Expertise from 17 ASU schools
Rapid course delivery at local,
national and global scales
Integration of cutting-edge
research and technology
CareerCatalyst: Creating opportunity and meeting industry needs
Arizona State University CareerCatalyst was launched to leverage the expertise of ASU’s world-renowned faculty and industry experts to develop broad career education programs for working learners. Using the latest in workforce education technology, CareerCatalyst’s learning design specialists develop programs that engage learners with practical, real-world learning experiences that serve learners and employers in New Economy industries.
To ensure that CareerCatalyst programs have immediate value to Arizona, ASU has collaborated deeply with industry partners at every stage of program development and delivery. We recognize that each person has unique needs no matter where they are in their career journey. That’s why we developed a comprehensive approach to skills education, addressing both Professional ‘Human’ Skills and Technical / Functional Skills.
Growing the Pipeline of Talent for the Microelectronics Sector
ASU is committed to developing a diverse pipeline of talent – including technicians, engineers, and supporting experts – to support the growth of the microelectronics sector. To achieve that goal, ASU’s strategy is to leverage the breadth and depth of ASU faculty, industry and government partnerships to rapidly develop programs that serve the microelectronics sector.
Our commitment to reach learners across Arizona and around the nation means developing programs in modular formats that can be delivered across multiple platforms and modalities. ASU, led by the Fulton Schools of Engineering team, is releasing eight on-demand microelectronics programs in 2022, with additional development planned for 2023.