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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, so you can make an immediate impact on current business challenges.

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  • Cheffer to Direct Budget, Financial Reporting

    Sandy Cheffer, chief fiscal officer for Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus, has accepted the position of director of budget and financial reporting at Arkansas Tech University effective July 1, 2017. Cheffer has served as chief financial officer for ATU-Ozark for the past 13 years. “Sandy has made a significant impact to the campus and university since […]

  • Former Faculty Member Krueger Passes Away

    David Krueger, who served on the Arkansas Tech University faculty for a half-century and later received the institution’s highest honor with induction into the ATU Hall of Distinction, died on Sunday, June 18, 2017. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. on Friday, June 23, at Humphrey Chapel, 2801 W. Main St. in Russellville. The […]

  • Stone Honored on Last Night at Miss Arkansas

    Miss Arkansas Tech University 2017 Kelsey Stone collected several awards during the finale of the 2017 Miss Arkansas Scholarship Pageant at Robinson Performance Hall in Little Rock on Saturday, June 17. Stone won the prestigious Buddy Coleman Memorial Overall Talent award, which carries with it a $2,500 scholarship. She was also presented with a $1,000 non-finalist talent scholarship and […]

  • Summer Teacher Institute Set for This Month

    For a sixth consecutive summer, faculty members from the Arkansas Tech University College of Arts and Humanities will provide free continuing education to K-12 teachers from around the Natural State during the 2017 Summer Teacher Institute. This year’s institute is entitled “From Eberts Training Field to Qingdao: Arkansas and the World During World War I.” […]

  • $600,000 Grant to Aid in Williamson Project

    Arkansas Tech University has received a $600,000 grant from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council (ANCRC) to help fund a renovation of Williamson Hall on its Russellville campus. Combined with an initial $600,000 grant awarded to ATU in 2016, the ANCRC has now committed $1.2 million to the forthcoming renovation project. “We are appreciative […]