The Department of Curriculum and Instruction offers a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Career and Technical Education with several concentrations:
P-4 grades, Fayetteville Campus
This degree does not lead directly to teacher licensure. To be recommended for an initial teaching license in childhood education (pre-kindergarten through grade 4), the student must complete both the B.S.E. in Childhood Education and the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) in Childhood Education degree programs.
The Bachelor of Science in Education in Communication Disorders prepares students for graduate level studies in speech-language pathology and audiology or graduate level coursework in other educational and health related professions.
P-4 grades - Rogers Campus
The Bachelor of Science in Education in Elementary Education is a four-year initial licensure program in partnership with NorthWest Arkansas Community College. UA courses are held at the Global Campus in Rogers.
Focuses on the "people" skills and effective strategies leaders use to facilitate change and improve workforce performance to benefit individuals, teams and organizations.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing prepares graduates for hospital, school and community settings where they manage acute and chronic patient care and promote health and wellness. Nursing professionals specialize in geriatrics, dialysis, oncology, emergency, hospice and many other areas of health care.
The Bachelor of Science in Education in Recreation and Sport Management prepares students to enter the recreational work force at an entry level position or pursue graduate studies in such areas as public and commercial recreation management, sports management and outdoor adventure leadership.