The Isparta University of Applied Sciences provides an extensive educational framework that spans from undergraduate to postgraduate levels, ensuring a wide array of academic options for students.

Associate's Degree (Önlisans)

At the foundational level, the university offers Associate's degree programs which are two-year courses designed for those seeking practical skills and knowledge in a shorter academic timeframe. These programs are particularly accessible to vocational junior college graduates, who can enroll without the need for centralized examinations.

The university encompasses several specialized schools and vocational institutions, such as the School of Foreign Languages and a variety of vocational schools spread across different locations. These include the Aksu Mehmet Süreyya Demiraslan Vocational School, Atabey, Eğirdir, Gelendost, Gönen, Isparta, Isparta OSB, Information Technologies, Keçiborlu, Senirkent, Sütçüler Prof. Dr. Hasan Gürbüz, Şarkikaraağaç, the Şarkikaraağaç School of Tourism, the Vocational School of Technical Sciences, Uluborlu Selahattin Karasoy, the Vocational School of Distance Education, Yalvaç, the Yalvaç School of Technical Sciences, and the Yenişarbademli Vocational School. These institutions offer specialized vocational education in various fields.

Bachelor's Degree (Lisans)

For those pursuing a more extensive and comprehensive academic journey, the university's Bachelor's degree programs typically require four years of study. Certain specialized fields, such as medicine, may necessitate a longer duration. The faculties providing these bachelor programs include the Eğirdir Faculty of Fisheries, Faculty of Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, Faculty of Forestry, Faculty of Tourism, Faculty of Business, and the Yalvaç Büyükkutlu Faculty of Applied Sciences.

Post-Graduate Degree (Lisansüstü)

For advanced academic and research pursuits, the Graduate Education Institute oversees Master's and PhD programs in a diverse range of disciplines. Master's degree takes 2 years and Ph.D. degree takes 4 years at least. These programs encompass fields such as Horticulture, Computer Engineering, Plant Protection, Biomedical Engineering, Economics and Management, Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Advanced Technologies, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Forest Products Engineering, Forestry Engineering, Fisheries Fishing and Processing Technology, Aquaculture, Aquaculture Basic Sciences, Interdisciplinary Agricultural Sciences Technologies, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Machineries and Technologies Engineering, Agricultural Biotechnology, Agricultural Structures and Irrigation, Field Crops, Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Tourism Management, International Trade and Business, Wildlife Ecology and Management, and Animal Science. These graduate programs are designed to deepen knowledge and foster research in both theoretical and applied aspects of each discipline.