Online degree programs
Earning your degree online is both convenient and affordable through UA Little Rock Online at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
No additional fees*
$280 per credit hour
$383 per credit hour
Military and Veteran Rates
No application or campus fees**
$216.50 per credit hour
$320 per credit hour
Business & EIT Programs
$235 per credit hour
Graduate Business & EIT Programs
$345 per credit hour
* Standard rates for UA Little Rock Online programs
Students declared in an approved, online degree or certificate program through UA Little Rock Online receive standard rates that include tuition and fewer fees.
Most UA Little Rock Online programs do not require students to pay additional campus fees; however, additional fees may occasionally be required for specific courses. For example, students within the B.S. in nursing (RN to BSN) completion program are assessed clinical fees for clinical courses.
** Military students receive a waived application fee and are only assessed the per-credit-hour technology fee associated with their college.
Whether you need a more flexible schedule this semester or you’re interested in taking an online course or two, UA Little Rock offers more than 450 online courses to help you further your education and complete your degree on time.
Students who are not declared in a UA Little Rock Online program are assessed the same tuition and fees for online courses as traditional courses.
For more information about tuition and fees, visit the Bursar’s Office website, which features current tuition and fee rates for Main Campus courses and a “Tuition and Fee Estimator” tool. You may also contact the Bursar’s Office at 501.569.3450 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
UA Little Rock provides several opportunities to finance your education without breaking the bank. Through scholarships, grants, loans, work-study programs, and veterans benefits, our Financial Aid specialists will help you bridge the gap between the cost of tuition and what you can afford to contribute.
Note: California students studying via distance education with out-of-state public or non-profit institutions are ineligible for Title IV aid.
Applying for scholarships at UA Little Rock is a quick and easy process. Many scholarships are awarded based on an admissions application, ACT or SAT scores, scholarship application and official high school transcript. Awards are determined annually based on eligible applications and available funding. Eligibility does not guarantee a scholarship. Please see the scholarship application for complete eligibility requirements.
Tuition Waiver Programs
If you are participating in a tuition waiver program (such as Employee or Spouse/Dependent waivers; Graduate Assistantships), the waiver may only cover the tuition portion of the standard rate.
For more information about the Employee or Spouse/Dependent tuition waiver policy, please read Tuition Waiver for Employees.
Details about Graduate Assistantship compensation procedures may be found on the Graduate School website.