future students

Future Students

The UALR College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences aims to expose students to new and different perspectives on various ideas, concepts, and problems. Students with this type of exposure tend to be more articulate in expressing their own ideas and are generally better equipped to take on difficult issues as they occur in life.

Recent polls of employers show that such “soft skills” as competent communication, ability to adapt, and teamwork are in higher demand when screening job applicants than “hard skills.” The reason? “Hard skills” are often field- or industry-specific and do not translate well across those boundaries. However, being a good communicator, flexible, and working well in teams are all skills that can be applied to most any position in any field.

The college houses 11 departments:

Let us help you find a place to begin your studies here at the UALR College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.