The following graduate fields of study are offered by the Graduate School and the Graduate School of Business at the University of Arkansas:

Department of Accounting (ACCT)

Department of Agricultural Education, Communications, and Technology (AECT)

Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (AEAB)

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences (AFLD)

Department of Animal Science (ANSC)

Department of Anthropology (ANTH)

Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design (FJAD)

School of Art (ARTS)

Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences (ARSD)

Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAEG)

Department of Biological Sciences (BISC)

Department of Biomedical Engineering (BMEG)

Graduate School

Graduate School of Business

Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering (CHEG)

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry (CHBC)

Department of Civil Engineering (CVEG)

Department of Communication (COMM)

Department of Computer Science & Computer Engineering (CSCE)

Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences (CSES)

Department of Curriculum and Instruction (CIED)

Department of Economics (ECON)

Department of Education Reform (EDRE)

Department of Electrical Engineering (ELEG)

College of Engineering (ENGR)

Department of English (ENGL)

Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology (ENTO-PLPA)

Department of Finance (FINN)

Department of Food Science (FDSC)

Department of Geosciences (GEOS)

Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR)

Department of History (HIST)

Department of Horticulture (HORT)

School of Human Environmental Sciences (HESC)

Department of Industrial Engineering (INEG)

Interdepartmental Degree Program

Interdisciplinary Studies that span colleges

Department of Information Systems (ISYS)

School of Journalism and Strategic Media (JOUR)

Department of Management (MGMT)

Department of Marketing (MKTG)

Department of Mathematical Sciences (MASC)

Department of Mechanical Engineering (MEEG)

Department of Music (MUSC)

School of Nursing (NURS)

Department of Occupational Therapy (OTPD)

Operations Management Program(OPMG)

Department of Philosophy (PHIL)

Department of Physics (PHYS)

Department of Political Science (PLSC)

Department of Poultry Science (POSC)

Department of Psychological Science (PSYC)

Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources, and Communication Disorders (RHRC)

School of Social Work (SCWK)

Department of Sociology and Criminology (SOCI)

Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Venture Innovation (SEVI)

Department of Supply Chain Management

Department of Theatre (THTR)

Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures (WLLC)

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service (UACS)

The following master's programs and specialist fields of study are offered by the Graduate School and the Graduate School of Business at the University of Arkansas:

The following doctoral programs are offered by the Graduate School and the Graduate School of Business at the University of Arkansas:

Department of Accounting

Department of Agricultural Education, Communication and Technology (AECT)

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences (AFLD)

Department of Animal Science

Department of Anthropology

Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering (BAEG)

Department of Biological Sciences (BISC)

Department of Biomedical Engineering (BMEG)

Graduate School of Business

Department of Chemical Engineering (CHEG)

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry (CHBC)

Department of Civil Engineering (CVEG)

Department of Computer Science & Computer Engineering (CSCE)

Department of Crop, Soil & Environmental Sciences (CSES)

Department of Curriculum & Instruction (CIED)

Department of Economics (ECON)

Program in Educational Statistics & Research Methods (ESRM)

Department of Education Reform (EDRE)

Department of Electrical Engineering (ELEG)

College of Engineering (ENGR)

Department of English (ENGL)

Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology (ENTO-PLPA)

Department of Finance (FINN)

Department of Food Science (FDSC)

Department of Geosciences (GEOS)

Department of Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR)

Department of History (HIST)

Department of Horticulture (HORT)

Department of Industrial Engineering (INEG)

Interdepartmental Degree Program

Interdisciplinary Studies

Department of Information Systems (ISYS)

Department of Management (MGMT)

Department of Marketing (MKTG)

Department of Mathematical Sciences (MASC)

Department of Mechanical Engineering (MEEG)

Eleanor Mann School of Nursing

Department of Occupational Therapy (OTPD)

Department of Philosophy (PHIL)

Department of Physics (PHYS)

Department of Political Science (PLSC)

Department of Poultry Science (POSC)

Department of Psychological Science (PSYC)

Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources, & Communication Disorders (RHRC)

Department of Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (SEVI)

Department of Supply Chain Management

Graduate Certificates

The following graduate certificate programs are offered by the University of Arkansas Graduate School:

Graduate School of Business

Department of Computer Science and Computer Engineering (CSCE)

Department of Curriculum & Instruction (CIED)

Department of English

Program in Educational Statistics & Research Methods (ESRM)

Department of Geosciences

Department of Industrial Engineering

Interdisciplinary Studies

Department of Music (MUSC)

Operations Management Program

Eleanor Mann School of Nursing

Department of Rehabilitation, Human Resources and Communication Disorders (RHRC)

School of Law

MicroCertificates Offered

The following MicroCertificate is offered by the University of Arkansas Graduate School:

Graduate School

Professional Licensure Disclosure Policy

In compliance with federal regulation 34 CFR 668.43 (a) (5) (v) and 34 CFR 668.43 (c), the University will disclose to a student whether the student’s declared degree or certificate program leads to the ability to obtain a professional license in the state of the student’s self-reported location. Disclosure will occur prior to the student making a financial commitment to the institution. To facilitate this timeline, notification will be made following the student’s initial enrollment in courses in a term to which the student has been admitted or readmitted to the university. 

Once enrolled in a program, if the institution makes a later determination that the program does not meet educational requirements for licensure or certification in the state where the student is located, the University of Arkansas will provide notice directly to the student within 14 calendar days of making that determination.

General disclosures on professional licensure status in each state will be maintained on the University of Arkansas website.

For the purpose of this policy, the following definitions apply:

Location means the state in which the student reports they will be physically located while completing the student’s program of study, also known as the reported “local” or “campus” address. Location will be designated in the first term of enrollment in coursework and will be updated upon receipt and processing of any formal notification by the student to the university of a change in location.  

Financial commitment to the institution means the payment of or agreement to pay registration related tuition, fees, and charges.