The University of Arkansas reaches beyond its stone buildings nestled in the Ozark Mountains by offering degree programs and courses delivered through online technology or at a distance in face-to-face classrooms away from Fayetteville. These programs and courses give students the flexibility to combine family, work and school responsibilities.
Degree programs that are completely or primarily online are created and taught by faculty from the university’s academic colleges and schools. Online students earn the same academic credit as students who walk across campus every day. There is no difference between degree diplomas earned by online students and those students who attend face-to-face classes on campus.
Programs of study are designed to mirror those that students would experience in traditional, on-campus programs. Some programs are delivered completely online, whereas others include both online and face-to-face interaction.
Some courses are offered in face-to-face classrooms in Rogers, Ark., by the College of Education and Health Professions and the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. Other courses provided by the College of Engineering are offered at multiple off-campus sites.
Explore the links to the left to find the programs and courses that are right for you.