The College of Education and Health Professions focuses on two very important areas
– education and health – with disciplines as diverse as teaching, nursing, community
health promotion, human resource development, kinesiology, recreation and sport management,
and communication disorders. Students gain hands-on experience and work with faculty
on research in these fields. The college includes the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing.
The most comprehensive engineering program in Arkansas, the College of Engineering
offers ABET-accredited bachelor's degrees, plus master's degrees and doctorates. With
over 100 labs and a dedicated, supportive faculty, the College of Engineering provides
an environment of exploration and innovation.
The Bumpers College prepares leaders for careers that matter – in areas of food, family,
and the environment. The business of foods, healthy families, quality of life, the
stewardship of our environment, the impact of foods on health and a positive self-image
affect everyone. The School of Human Environmental Sciences is a part of Bumpers College.
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design offers architecture, landscape architecture,
and interior design education, with the architecture program ranked among the nation's
top 20. The renovation of our historic home and the addition of a modern design center
provide an opportunity for collaboration in a world-class facility.
The Graduate School and International Education is the home for all graduate students
and all international students, both graduate and undergraduate, and all students
seeking an educational experience abroad. Our vision, mission, and goals encompass
our dedication to the recruitment, admission, retention, and graduation of students
from Arkansas and across the U.S. and the world, as well as our service to the University
Our endowed Honors College unites the university's top undergraduate students and
professors from all disciplines in a learning environment characterized by discovery,
creativity and service. Honors students enjoy small, in-depth classes, priority registration,
special housing, and enhanced opportunities for hands-on research and study abroad.
Fulbright College is the largest and most diverse academic unit on campus with 19
departments and more than 30 academic programs and research centers. The college provides
the core curriculum for all University of Arkansas students and is named for J. William
Fulbright, former university president and longtime U.S. senator. The School of Social
Work is a part of Fulbright College.
Founded in 1926, the Sam M. Walton College of Business currently ranks among the top
business schools in the nation. The Walton College combines outstanding academic programs
in a number of disciplines with a wide range of experiential learning to help students
connect world-class scholarship with real-world business practice.