University Of Arkansas: Tuition Fees, Acceptance Rate, Rankings, Courses

The University of Arkansas (U of AUArk, or UA) is a public land-grant research university in Fayetteville, Arkansas.[7] It is the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System and the largest university in the state. Founded as Arkansas Industrial University in 1871, classes were first held on January 22, 1872, with its present name adopted in 1899. It is noted for its strong programs in architectureagriculture (particularly animal science and poultry science), communication disorders, creative writing, history, law (particularly agricultural law), and Middle Eastern studies, as well as for its business school, of which the supply chain management program was ranked the best in North America by Gartner in July 2020. In a 2021 study compiled by DegreeChoices and published by Forbes, the University of Arkansas ranked 13th among universities with the most graduates working at top Fortune 500 companies.

The university campus consists of 378 buildings spread across 512 acres (2.07 km2) of land in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Some well known architecture on campus includes Old Main, the first permanent academic building erected. Academic programs are in excess of 200. Enrollment for the fall semester of 2019 was 27,559.] The ratio of students to faculty is approximately 19:1. The university is classified among “R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity” and totaled expenditures of $175.5 million in FY 2018.

UA’s athletic teams, the Arkansas Razorbacks, compete in NCAA Division I as members of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) with eight men’s teams and eleven women’s teams in thirteen sports. The university is known for its traditions, including Calling the Hogs at sports events, and the Senior Walk, more than 4 miles (6.4 km) of campus sidewalk etched with the names of all UA graduates since 1871. The University of Arkansas is also known for being the home of the founding chapter of Chi Omega sorority.


Local tuition 9,574 USD, Domestic tuition 26,390 USD
2020 – 21
University of Arkansas admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 83% and an early acceptance rate of 95.6%. Half the applicants admitted to University of Arkansas have an SAT score between 1050 and 1220 or an ACT score of 21 and 28.

University of Arkansas is ranked #176 out of 443 National Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.



By Subject

Accounting (ACCT)
Adult and Lifelong Learning (ADLL)
Advertising/Public Relations (ADPR)
African and African American Studies (AAST)
Agricultural Communications (ACOM)
Agricultural Economics (AGEC)
Agricultural Education (AGED)
Agricultural Education, Communications and Technology (AECT)
Agricultural Leadership (AGLE)
Agricultural Statistics (AGST)
Agricultural Systems Technology Management (ASTM)
Agriculture, Food and Life Sciences (AFLS)
Air Force ROTC (AERO)
Animal Science (ANSC)
Anthropology (ANTH)
Apparel Merchandising and Product Development (AMPD)
Applied Music (Class) (MUAC)
Applied Music (Private Instruction) (MUAP)
Arabic (ARAB)
Architecture (ARCH)
Art (ARTS)
Art Education (ARED)
Art History (ARHS)
Arts and Sciences (ARSC)
Asian Studies (AIST)
Astronomy (ASTR)
Athletic Training (ATTR)
Biological Engineering (BENG)
Biology (BIOL)
Biomedical Engineering (BMEG)
Business Law (BLAW)
Career and Technical Education (CATE)
Cell and Molecular Biology (CEMB)
Chemical Engineering (CHEG)
Chemistry and Biochemistry (CHEM)
Cherokee (CHRK)
Chinese (CHIN)
Civil Engineering (CVEG)
Classical Studies (CLST)
Communication (COMM)
Communication Sciences and Disorders (CDIS)
Community College Leadership (CCLE)
Community Health Promotion (CHLP)
Computer Science and Computer Engineering (CSCE)
Counselor Education (CNED)
Criminology (CRIM)
Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences (CSES)
Curriculum and Instruction (CIED)
Dance (DANC)
Data Science (DASC)
Economics (ECON)
Education (EDHP)
Education Reform (EDRE)
Educational Foundations (EDFD)
Educational Leadership (EDLE)
Educational Statistics and Research Methods (ESRM)
Educational Studies (EDST)
Educational Technology (ETEC)
Electrical Engineering (ELEG)
Engineering (ENGR)
English (ENGL)
English Language and Cultural Studies (ELAC)
Entomology (ENTO)
Environmental Dynamics (ENDY)
Environmental Science (ENSC)
Ethnomusicology (MUSY)
Exercise Science (EXSC)
Extension Education (EXED)
Fay Jones Architecture and Design (FJAD)
Finance (FINN)
Food Science (FDSC)
French (FREN)
Gender Studies (GNST)
General Engineering (GNEG)
Geosciences (GEOS)
German (GERM)
Graduate Education Courses (GRSD)
Graphic Design (GDES)
Greek (GREK)
Health, Human Performance and Recreation (HHPR)
Higher Education (HIED)
History (HIST)
Honors College (HNRC)
Horticulture (HORT)
Hospitality Management (HOSP)
Human Development and Family Sciences (HDFS)
Human Environmental Sciences (HESC)
Human Resource and Workforce Development Education (HRWD)
Humanities (HUMN)
Industrial Engineering (INEG)
Information Systems (ISYS)
Interdisciplinary Studies (IDST)
Interior Design (IDES)
International and Global Studies (INST)
Italian (ITAL)
Japanese (JAPN)
Jewish Studies (JWST)
Journalism (JOUR)
Kinesiology (KINS)
Landscape Architecture (LARC)
Latin American and Latino Studies (LALS)
Latin (LATN)
Law (LAWW)
Management (MGMT)
Marketing (MKTG)
Master of Business Administration (MBAD)
Materials Science and Engineering (MSEN)
Mathematics (MATH)
Mechanical Engineering (MEEG)
Medical Humanities (MEDH)
Medieval and Renaissance Studies (MRST)
Middle East Studies (MEST)
Music Education (MUED)
Music Ensemble (MUEN)
Music History (MUHS)
Music Industry (MUIN)
Music Literature (MLIT)
Music (MUSC)
Music Pedagogy (MUPD)
Music Theory (MUTH)
Nursing (NURS)
Nutrition (NUTR)
Operations Management (OMGT)
Philosophy (PHIL)
Physical Education Activity (PEAC)
Physical Education (PHED)
Physics (PHYS)
Plant Pathology (PLPA)
Plant Sciences (PTSC)
Political Science (PLSC)
Portuguese (PORT)
Poultry Science (POSC)
Psychology (PSYC)
Public Administration (PADM)
Public Health (PBHL)
Public Policy (PUBP)
Recreation and Sport Management (RESM)
Russian (RUSS)
Secondary Education (SEED)
Social Work (SCWK)
Sociology (SOCI)
Southern Studies (SOST)
Space and Planetary Sciences (SPAC)
Spanish (SPAN)
Special Education (SPED)
Statistics and Analytics (STAN)
Statistics (STAT)
STEM Education (STEM)
Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Venture Innovation (SEVI)
Supply Chain Management (SCMT)
Sustainability (SUST)
Swahili (SWAH)
Technology Education (TEED)
Theatre (THTR)
U A Clinton School (UACS)
University (UNIV)
Walton College of Business (WCOB)
World Languages, Literatures and Cultures (WLLC)
World Literature (WLIT)

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