Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology (EIT)

EIT Building, Room 621, (501) 569-3333, (501) 569-8002 (fax), Website

    Professor Abhijit Bhattacharyya, Interim Dean

    Shawna Diaz, Executive Director of Finance and Administration

The mission of the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology is to educate the next generation of technical professionals in the skills and knowledge base necessary to create and manage the technology based enterprises that will provide future economic growth and an improved standard of living for the State of Arkansas and its citizens. The college’s expectation is for every Arkansas child to have the opportunity to participate in the new knowledge-based digital economy of the 21st century. This mission includes technological education at all levels, from high school through advanced graduate degrees, as well as contributions through scholarly research and community involvement.

In meeting this mission, the college offers a wide range of graduate degrees. Graduate students have the option to pursue a Ph.D. in Integrated Computing or Engineering Science and Systems. The College participates in the M.S.-Ph.D. program in Bioinformatics (See program entry in the College of Science) offered jointly with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. Additional graduate programs in the College include an M.S. degree in Computer Science, an M.S. degree in Construction Management, a graduate certificate in Geospatial Technology, a graduate certificate program and an MS degree in Information Quality as well as a graduate certificate program in Technology Innovation. It also offers a graduate certificate program and an M.S. degree in Systems Engineering. Extensive outreach to the general undergraduate population is through our Computer Literacy classes and the acclaimed Information Technology (IT) minor, designed to provide the non-technology majors with the IT tools necessary to command leadership positions in today’s IT-enabled enterprises.

Outreach to the community includes the IT certificate program for in-service learning and extensive partnering with high schools across the state for in-school activities and summer programs. Specific emphasis is on partnerships with the local and regional industries ranging from direct company input into our programs to in-service courses to directed research projects.

Program Certificate or Degree Program Department
Bioinformatics Master’s (M.S.) Multi-departmental joint degree
Bioinformatics Doctorate (Ph.D.) Multi-departmental joint degree
Computer Science Master’s (M.S.) Computer Science
Construction Management Master’s (M.S.) Construction Management and Civil and Construction Engineering
Engineering Science & Systems Doctorate (Ph.D.) Systems Engineering
Geospatial Technology Graduate Certificate Earth Sciences
Information Quality Graduate Certificate Information Science
Information Quality Master’s (M.S.) Information Science
Integrated Computing Doctorate (Ph.D.) Computer Science
Systems Engineering Graduate Certificate Systems Engineering
Systems Engineering Master’s (M.S.) Systems Engineering
Technology Innovation Graduate Certificate Information Science