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Why the college of engineering?

College of Engineering graduates change the world. You’ll learn from internationally-recognized faculty and will have a chance to take part in research that strives to answer some of the biggest questions of our day. Our Career Services team will be with you as graduation approaches to help you put what you’ve learned to work.

The Future of Engineering

How to fund your education

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Financial Aid

Visit Silas Hunt Hall, room 114 for Financial Aid assistance or apply online for Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA).

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What we have to offer


Pursue your dreams in one of our engineering fields, computer science or check out our new interdisciplinary Data Science program.


Deepen your knowledge and change the world with our master’s and Ph.D. programs.


Have a great start? Find out how to transfer your work for credit toward a U of A degree.


Our perspective is global. Students from Australia to Vietnam, Bolivia to Yemen and everywhere in between call the U of A home.


You don't have to be on campus to be a Razorback. These programs allow students to take classes online or at a remote location.

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Academic Opportunities

Summer Camps

Serving in 8 Locations - Our summer camps for rising 2nd through 12th graders offer hands-on learning experiences and give kids a chance to explore different engineering and sustainability topics.

Math Placement

Math placement is determined by the Department of Mathematical Sciences and can be accomplished by fulfilling one of the three requirements


Learn about the application process and any additional documents that you need to send to the Office of Admissions.

Engineering Program

The First-Year Engineering Program is designed to help first year students build a solid foundation for their engineering education.


See what the Honors College has to offer.


Study abroad programs include academic credit, but the personal and professional growth you experience will help you for the rest of your academic career and make you more competitive in today's globalizing marketplace.

If you are interested in additional professional work force development courses visit: training.uark.edu