Career and Technical Education has bachelor's and master's degrees with concentrations in business education, technical education, and family and consumer sciences.Read more >>
Childhood and Elementary Education offers bachelor's and master's degrees for teaching kindergarten through sixth grade (K-6).Read more >>
Curriculum and Instruction supports a master's degree, a largely online master's-level educational specialist degree and a doctor of philosophy.Read more >>
Educational Leadership focuses on administrative skills with graduate certificates, and master's and educational specialist degrees — all online programs — and doctor of education.Read more >>
Educational Studies comprises an interdisciplinary bachelor of science curriculum for students interested in the field broadly rather than the classroom specifically.Read more >>
Educational Technology is a leading-edge online, non-thesis master's program that includes studies in instructional design, distance education, and training and development.Read more >>
Secondary Education offers both bachelor's and master's degrees, as well as a minor, that focus on teaching at the middle and high school level.Read more >>
Special Education has degrees at the bachelor's and master's level and also offers preparation for graduate certificates and endorsements.Read more >>
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages consists of degree work leading toward a master of education.Read more >>
Other Academic CIED Programs within the University
Arkansas Academy for Educational Equity — offers a fully subsidized Master of Education in Educational Equity to qualified early-career teachers working in hard‐to‐staff, high‐poverty schools across Arkansas. Applications are being accepted for its fifth cohort, to begin in summer 2022, with a May 15 deadline.
Autism Support Program — provides intensive assistance for students with high-functioning autism, Asperger's syndrome, PDD-NOS (pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified) and non-verbal learning disability to be successful at the U of A.
EMPOWER — Educate, Motivate, Prepare, Opportunity, Workplace readiness, Employment, Responsibility — is a four-year, non-degree college experience program for students with cognitive disabilities with the goal of producing self-sufficient young adults.
IMPACT Arkansas Fellowship — is a 15-month fully subsidized program for a Master of Education in Educational Leadership, which prepares qualified future administrators of low-income schools throughout Arkansas.
STEM Education — advances the understanding and communication of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in careers such as elementary and secondary education and related fields. The program offers a graduate certificate in elementary STEM instruction and an undergraduate minor and certificate in secondary STEM instruction.
Teaming for Transition — is a master's degree program for education professonals to learn skills to assist young adults with disabilities transition from school to adult life.