Fayetteville, AR

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The founding of the University of Arkansas in 1871 was one of the few achievements during the state's Reconstruction era that brought former political and military rivals together. Over the course of its history, the university has continued to bring the citizens of the state together by raising educational standards, improving business and economy, and giving Arkansans a hardy mascot around which to rally. Although the university established a medical college at Little Rock during the late 19th century, its real growth in academic programs on the Fayetteville campus didn't occur until the early 20th century. A college of agriculture was created in 1905. Soon after, university officials approved a broader restructuring to create the colleges of engineering, education, and arts and science.

Today, the University of Arkansas offers bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees and certificates from the following schools and colleges:

  • Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences
  • Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design
  • J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences
  • Sam M. Walton College of Business
  • College of Education and Health Professions
  • College of Engineering
  • Honors College
  • Graduate School and International Education
  • School of Law

Online programs at all levels are offered from the University of Arkansas’s Global Campus.

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Art & Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Certificate in Music Education for Special Needs Students Graduate Certificate in Technical Writing & Public Rhetorics Master of Science in Human Environmental Sciences / Apparel Merchandising & Product Development


Bachelor of Arts in Communications Master of Science in Operations Management

Computer Science & IT

Certificate of Proficiency in Geospatial Technologies Graduate Certificate in Geospatial Technologies

Criminal Justice, Safety & Law

Master of Laws in Agricultural & Food Law


Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Educational Specialist in Curriculum & Instruction Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership Graduate Certificate in K-12 Online Teaching Master of Arts in Secondary Mathematics Master of Education in Adult & Lifelong Learning Master of Education in Educational Leadership Master of Education in Educational Technology Master of Education in Physical Education Master of Education in Special Education Master of Science in Human Environmental Sciences / General


Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Master of Science in Engineering Management


Graduate Certificate in Gerontology (Great Plains IDEA) Master in Gerontology (Great Plains IDEA)

Math & Science

Master of Science in Agricultural Education (Great Plains IDEA) Master of Science in Food Safety


Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) Doctor of Nursing Practice Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education Master of Science in Nursing

Psychology & Human Services

Master of Social Work / Advanced Standing