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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Go to UA-Fayetteville without even going

Posted By on Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 9:48 AM

click to enlarge MAKE WAY FOR CYBERGRADS: The senior walk could grow with online students.
  • MAKE WAY FOR CYBERGRADS: The senior walk could grow with online students.
The University of Arkansas has announced it will offer an all online start-to-finish bachelor's degree in business administration starting in the fall.

You can do it from Humnoke, Haiti or Hawaii or anywhere else. For details contact

UA now has 29  degree, licensure and certificate programs that are delivered completely or primarily online. A university release touts the latest as a way for "working professionals, entrepreneurs and students who have family, work and other responsibilities that prevent them from studying on campus to complete a degree from Walton College – a nationally ranked, internationally accredited college of business.”


Can you still qualify for student seats at football games?

Do they have enough sidewalks on campus if online offerings at UA eventually match those at the University of Phoenix?

Could you do the degree online from a dorm room if you wanted the campus experience but no in-person lectures?

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