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Engineering and STEM | Bachelor's Degree

Arkansas Tech University is a leader in STEM education in the Natural State. We offer nationally-accredited programs in emergency management, business data analytics, nursing and mechanical and electrical engineering. Newer STEM programs include an electrical engineering biomedical option and degrees in cybersecurity.

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University News

  • ATU’s Singleton Earns Prestigious Scholarship

    Helping others through military service and medicine is a family tradition for Arkansas Tech University senior Gideon Singleton. A pre-medicine biology major from Little Rock, Singleton has been chosen to receive a health professional scholarship from the U.S. Army that will allow him an educational delay to complete medical school before beginning his service to […]

  • Back to Houston: ATU Band Ready for CBDNA

    Forty-four years ago, “Chief” Gene Witherspoon led the Arkansas Tech Symphonic Band to Houston, Texas, and conducted at a College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) conference for what proved to be the final time. The CBDNA Southwestern Division Conference returns to Houston in 2018, and so does Arkansas Tech University. The ATU Symphonic Wind Ensemble […]

  • Tickets Available for ATU Scholarship Dinner

    John E. Tucker Coliseum in Russellville will be the site of the fourth annual Arkansas Tech University Scholarship Dinner on Friday, April 13. ATU students will be in attendance to share their academic and artistic endeavors through a collection of presentations during a reception hour from 6-7 p.m. Appetizers will be served by students from […]

  • Japanese Dance Troupe to Perform at ATU

    Takarabune, a Japanese entertainment troupe that performs in the 400-year tradition of Awa Odori dance, will bring its talents to Arkansas Tech University on Monday, March 26. The performance will begin at 6 p.m. in the Doc Bryan Student Services Center Lecture Hall, 1605 Coliseum Drive in Russellville. Admission will be free and open to […]

  • Blanks to Lecture on Egyptian Revolution

    Dr. David Blanks, professor of history at Arkansas Tech University, will offer the fourth ATU Interdisciplinary Research Series lecture of the spring 2018 semester on Friday, March 16. The presentation, entitled “Lived Histories: The Egyptian Revolution (2011-2013),” will begin at 3:30 p.m. in Dr. Robert Charles Brown and Jill Lestage Brown Hall room 134. Blanks […]