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Tech is dedicated to student success, access, and excellence as a responsive campus community providing opportunities for progressive intellectual development and civic engagement. Embracing and expanding upon its technological traditions, Tech inspires and empowers members of the community to achieve their goals while striving for the betterment of Arkansas, the nation, and the world.



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Master of Business Administration

With our MBA program, you'll do more than crunch numbers. This program, focused on information analysis and executive decision-making skills, will equip you to make an immediate impact on current business challenges.

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University News

  • Wonder Car Makes Trip to Shell Eco-marathon

    A multi-year goal for the Arkansas Tech University Department of Mechanical Engineering to enter a vehicle in the Shell Eco-marathon Americas challenge came to fruition when a delegation of ATU students traveled to Detroit, Mich., for the 2017 competition. Senior Justin Jeffery of Russellville served as project manager for the construction of a gasoline prototype vehicle […]

  • Camp Brings Students from China to ATU

    Fifty-two high school students and teachers from China departed the Arkansas Tech University campus in Russellville on Thursday, July 27, to return home following a two-week stay at the 2017 ATU Great American Adventure Camp. Hosted by the International and Multicultural Student Services Office (IMSSO) and the English Language Institute at ATU, the camp combined […]

  • ATU Library Earns Grant for WWI Events

    Arkansas Tech University’s Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center is one of 120 organizations in the United States selected to receive grant funding from the Library of America in support of educational programming about World War I. The public programming coincides with the 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into World War I. Through the first […]

  • Ag Teachers from Coast-to-Coast Visit ATU

    Twenty-six agriculture teachers representing 13 states are sharing knowledge and earning graduate credit during the 2017 Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) Institute at Arkansas Tech University. The teachers are engaged in one of two tracks: CASE Principles of Agricultural Science-Plant or CASE Agricultural Power and Technology. Those who successfully complete the two-week institute, which […]

  • Tech Community Celebrates Jerry’s Birthday

    Arkansas Tech University students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends were among those in attendance to wish Jerry the Bulldog, campus ambassador, a happy fourth birthday on Monday, July 17. Approximately 100 individuals enjoyed Jerry-themed cupcakes in the first floor lobby of Dr. Robert Charles Brown and Jill Lestage Brown Hall as the 70-pound guest of […]