Students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock will have an easy transition should they decide to transfer to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences to pursue study in an allied health specialty.
UA Little Rock and UAMS recently signed a series of 2+2 agreements that clearly outline pathways for students who earn the Associate of Arts in General Studies at UA Little Rock to then transfer to UAMS to complete a Bachelor of Science degree. Transfer options are available in seven degree program areas.
Ready to plan your path to an allied health career? Check out the below degree plans for more information!
|With this UA Little Rock degree:||You’re halfway to one of these UAMS degrees:|
Associate of Arts in General Studies
Bachelor of Science:
The cytotechnology program can be completed in one year at UAMS, and graduates are in demand nationwide. They work in non-direct patient care in hospitals and private labs and play a vital role in the discovery and detection of cancer, pre-cancerous cell changes and diseases using a microscope.
The Nuclear Medicine Imaging Sciences program also can be completed in one year and is an online only program.
Students in the 2+2 program must maintain a 2.5 GPA in the Associate of Arts in General Studies program at UA Little Rock and gain admission to UAMS. Advisors between the two institutions will work together with students.