M.A. Program in Public History combines traditional academic coursework, job-specific skills and field-based experience to prepare students for work in museums, historical societies, local and community history and historic sites. These careers offer outstanding opportunities for preserving, interpreting and researching the past.
A Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Marketing program is designed to teach foundational concepts, like finance and accounting, and provide a core understanding of business- and marketing-related fields. BBA in Marketing program focuses on advertising topics, such as buyer behavior, pricing theory, importing and exporting.
Students graduating with a UALR Accounting degree are prepared for professional careers in accounting, finance and banking, business, and government. The program emphasizes the practice of accounting, with coursework that covers every topic area of the CPA exam.
The MA in Interdisciplinary Studies provides students and faculty the opportunity to draw on the strengths of multiple fields and engage with ideas across disciplines. Graduate students learn how to synthesize material from a variety of perspectives and how to address complex problems that span disciplines.
The bachelor of arts in art / art history track is for students especially interested in the history, theory, and criticism of the visual arts. The major will provide a solid foundation for students who wish to pursue the master or Ph.D. programs in art history that are necessary for careers in university teaching, research, and the museum field.
Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology program covers the study of people and analyses what it means to be human in a wide range of contexts and places: from the study of material culture to popular culture, public health policies and the world’s religions. It also helps students understand how humans live and work together, along with the physical and cultural changes across borders.