Those planning to coach must qualify for an endorsement in coaching. The State Department of Education requirements for coaching licensure (endorsement) include holding a certificate to teach high school physical education or holding, or being eligible to hold, the standard six-year licensure and meeting the requirements listed.
A degree in communication design gives students hands-on experience in graphic design for print and other mediums. Students enrolled in communication design will be able to experience new digital formats for print as well as web and mobile design for the corporate and advertising community. They also learn motion design for web, cable and broadband television. Learning Goals Students will be able… Read More
The program prepares students for careers in teaching as well as literary and linguistic scholarship; it also provides a background for a number of challenging professions.
B.S. in Computer Science offers the students a strong and general foundation in computer science theories and practices. Students learn how to design and implement efficient and intelligent algorithmic solutions to challenging computer science problems. They are also trained in data management, data analytics, software engineering and other core computer science concepts. Both desktop and… Read More
This program is jointly offered with the Department of Art and Design for students interested in developing video games and animations. Students learn how to create innovative artistic narratives and how to translate those narratives into animated productions as mobile and desktop apps. Project-based industry-like experience is the focus of this training. Learning Goals Our… Read More
This program focuses on various applications of computing in industrial, manufacturing and engineering technologies, with specific emphasis on computerized simulations. Learning Goals Our graduates communicate effectively. Our graduates can make ethical decisions related to the use of technology. Our graduates demonstrate the knowledge and principles of computer operating systems, architecture and machine organization to solve… Read More
This program offers students dual and complementary expertise in cyber security and privacy. Students develop a solid theoretical foundation and receive hands-on training on how to prevent, detect, and neutralize cyber-attacks. They also learn how to determine privacy compliance and design privacy compliant systems. Exclusive content on the recent advancements in cyber security and privacy… Read More
The criminal justice major is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in a variety of careers as well as to enable experienced persons to expand their knowledge and improve their skills. Learning Goals Our graduates communicate effectively with a variety of audiences. Our graduates understand diversity of gender, race, social class, ethnicity, and sexuality… Read More
The bachelor of science in cyber criminology will produce highly skilled graduates who possess a holistic understanding of cybercrimes. This program not only emphasizes using computer science skills to investigate and study crime, but underscores theoretical human behaviors and victimization patterns that relate to cybercrimes. Graduates with this degree will be trained for positions found… Read More
The Cyber Security and Privacy option focuses on security analytics (such as penetration testing and digital forensics), cyber defense and privacy compliance. Students are expected to have familiarity with computer systems and applications to pursue this option. Key career options include: security/privacy architect, forensic specialist, security/privacy compliance analyst, or pursuing doctoral studies. Undergraduate requirements Students… Read More
The launch of the Ed.D. in Rural and Diverse Educational Leadership comes at a critical time for Arkansas and for rural America. Educators and community leaders who serve rural and diverse communities face sharply changing demographics, reduced populations, and economic upheaval as industries relocate and rural manufacturing continues to decline. These challenges affect schools and students… Read More
The non-degree program of study for candidates seeking Curriculum Program Administrator licensure who already hold a master’s degree in an appropriate area and meet requirements for admission to the non-degree licensure program areas: Special Education Gifted and Talented Curriculum Specialist Course Required: (18 hours) EDUC 6403 School Law EDAS 6013 School Community Relations EDAS… Read More