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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

  • Learn About Careers in STEM April 19

    The Arkansas Tech University STEM Institute and registered student organization Arkansas Tech Women in STEM will host an event entitled “The Sweet Rewards of a Career in STEM” from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 19. Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center room 300 will be the location for the event, which will raise funds for […]

  • Student-Directed One Acts April 19-20 at ATU

    A series of plays and scenes collectively entitled “Kaleidoscope: An Evening of Student-Directed One Acts” will conclude the 2017-18 Arkansas Tech University Theatre schedule with performances on Thursday, April 19, and Friday, April 20. Both performances will begin at 8 p.m. in the Techionery Theatre, 1502 N. El Paso Ave. in Russellville. Tickets ($8 for […]

  • Taylor-Lasiter Earns Jim Ed McGee Award

    Angie Taylor-Lasiter is the recipient of the 2018 Jim Ed McGee Award as the most outstanding graduate student at Arkansas Tech University. Taylor-Lasiter was presented with her award during the Arkansas Tech Graduate Council meeting at Tomlinson Hall on Tuesday, April 17. A graduate of Atkins High School, Taylor-Lasiter attended Arkansas Tech as an undergraduate […]

  • Hanna Voted ATU Professor of the Year

    The Arkansas Tech University student body has selected Dr. Shellie Hanna as professor of the year for the 2017-18 academic year. Hanna, associate professor of curriculum and instruction in the ATU College of Education, was chosen for the honor through voting sponsored by Arkansas Tech Student Government Association April 11-13. A 1988 graduate of Arkansas […]

  • PRHA Lunch: A Veritable Cornucopia of Meat

    Barbecue lovers should take note of the menu for the Arkansas Tech University Department of Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration spring 2018 lunch series event at Williamson Hall Dining Room on Thursday, April 19. Lunch will be served from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. The meal, which includes soup or salad, one entrée, one dessert and beverage, will […]