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Online Degree Programs

From the University of Arkansas

Flexible

University of Arkansas Online programs give you the flexibility to balance family, work and school responsibilities. You do not have to put your life on hold while working toward a better one. Online programs are designed by academic departments on the Fayetteville campus to offer you another path to earning a degree from a top-tier public research university.

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Affordable

Online Students Pay In-State Tuition

Students in an approved online degree program pay in-state tuition, have access to the U of A's support network, and become part of a long-standing community of passionate learners.

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In It For You

We’ll Help You Get and Stay on Course

The Student Liaison Office is here to help you get enrolled, stay on track, and navigate life as an online student. There is no shame in asking for directions on your road from application to graduation. So, ask away! We are always here to help point you in the right direction.

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Success Stories

From Our Online Students and Graduates


My degree is a three-part degree—sociology, rural families and communities, and history. What I've learned so far is helping me communicate with people from diverse backgrounds. If you don't have the same demographic, you can sometimes be ignorant of a situation.

The realistic part for me was that I had to keep a full-time job. It was definitely the big reason for choosing the Professional Master of Applied Business Analytics. ... So for me it was just finding a good program that had good balance and high quality expectations and support. I...

The interdisciplinary degree allows us to look at problems from a multidisciplinary angle. Instead of just looking at problems head on, we can pull from different areas. In the job I'm doing now, I've been where the people that I'm helping have been. I work with the prosecutor in my...

I feel we’re all lifelong learners, and adults learn differently than children. They have different mindsets. They’re not so passive, they’re active, and that’s really the main thing.

 The Online Learner

What does it take to be a successful online student at the U of A? What jobs can you pursue with an online degree? What’s special about U of A educators? The Online Learner blog describes the U of A learner experience and introduces the innovative people who shape those  experiences.


First-Person Experiences: I Hope College Has Changed Your Life

College helps people to see things in perspective. Your view of life is good, but when you see how it relates to other points of view, it will be much richer. College helps people to understand themselves. We know who ...

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Razorbacks at Home: University of Arkansas Online Programs

While online education isn’t a new invention, the possibilities it offers became apparent during the COVID-19 pandemic. The University of Arkansas has nearly 30 years of history offering online education to students. Post-pandemic, the university’s online programs are still ...

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Environmental Resiliency: See What You Can Accomplish

If you are interested in environmental resiliency, new courses available this fall from the University of Arkansas could be exactly what you are looking for. They may be taken as standalone courses, or they may be used in stackable graduate ...

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5 Quick Tips on Time Management for the Online Student – And More

People at the University of Arkansas talk a lot about student success. It’s one of three strategic priorities or pillars upon which the U of A’s mission is built. To foster success, the Student Success Center offers many ...

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