Program Overview

The University of Arkansas offers students the opportunity to earn a degree through a flexible online format. The online degree program is designed to fulfill a non-traditional student’s need for advancing their education to pursue new careers or transition into another position within a current field.

The Bachelor of Science degree builds on the already laid foundations of a student’s previous Associate degree education and introduces the additional knowledge needed to excel in the competitive job market with the added skills of leadership.

The Bachelor program is comprised of 120 credit hours, with a foundation of general education requirements that teach the essentials in English composition, Speech, Mathematics, Natural Science, Fine Arts, Humanities, History/Government and the Social Sciences. The core courses delve into a broad range of leadership courses each tailored to best suit a student’s future and current aspirations.

Organizational Leadership is ideal for busy professional and working students who wish to advance within a current career or transition into a new field. The specialized program will prepare graduates for success in emerging global, corporate, government, and industrial environments.

The curriculum provides students the needed formal education degree that combines the technical career courses from an Associate or previous educations with the solid foundation of a prestigious Bachelor degree. The leadership courses emphasize the practical application of industrial management principles and strategy, teamwork, diversity, problem-solving and critical thinking for decision-making. Graduates will be able to contribute a working knowledge of professional development, personal growth and career advancement when seeking new opportunities.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Bachelor Completion

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

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    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Requirements

    Associate degree from an accredited college or university

    School Overview

    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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