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2021-2022 Graduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Graduate Catalog [OFFICIAL CATALOG]

Catalog Addendum

Modifications to Online Catalog

In the event that modifications are necessary for this catalog, that information will appear in this Graduate Catalog Addendum.


Update Notice:  

  • 08/02/2021 IFSC 5301 and notation that TINV 5302 was ended and replaced with IFSC 5301 was removed.  Catalog year was incorrect.  This updated is for catalog 2022-2021
  • 08/02/2021 Business Graduate Certiciate moved from 12 hours to 18 hours and program requirements changed.  This change was made for catalog year 2021-2022 but was omitted from catalog. This updated is to fix that omission. 
  • 08/09/2021 Applied Communication Studie MA is now offered on the eLearning campus
  • 08/09/2021 Social Work MSW and the Clinton School of Public Service MPS have set up a concurrent agreement between the two programs.
  • 08/09/2021 Enginerring Science and Systems PhD program had major changes approved.  These changes include:
    • Changing name to Engineering PhD
    • Changing concentration name Mechanical and Materials Engineering to Mechanical Engineering
    • Canceling Systems Engineering concentration
    • Canceling Telecommunciation and Networking concentration
    • Changing rquirement hours into entry with bachelors degree of 72 hours and entering with masters degree of 48
    • Change in requirements for program and its electives 
    • Adjustment to GRE admissions requirement.  Now states can be waived if not offered in the country of applicant. 


NOTE: Right to Change

Any policy, course listing, website, catalog, or class schedule is only intended to announce available courses and applicable policies. If a course appears in this catalog or any other publication, it should not be regarded as a guarantee. Keeping within standards set by other universities with the University of Arkansas System, UA Little Rock reserves the right to:

  • add or delete courses or programs from its offerings,
  • change times, locations, or instructors of courses or programs,
  • modify academic calendars without notice,
  • cancel any course for insufficient student registrations, or
  • revise regulations, charges, fees, schedules, courses, requirements for degrees, and any other policy or regulation affecting students whenever it is considered to be in the best interests of UA Little Rock.