Cracking the Code: Insight for Future International Students

University life, including cultural differences and the complexity of campus life, may differ from one country to the other. However, universities in the USA in reality are far different from what you may see or hear from the media or watch on TV. So knowing the culture of the place you intend to study in …

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Inside my Majors: Computer Science and Agricultural Economics

I am a double major in Computer Science and Agricultural Economics. These two majors within four years feel like a marathon race to me. But with relentless effort and dedication, it’s always possible at the U of A. As the University's Computer Science homepage states, "Computer scientists specialize in the software side of computing, focusing on writing …

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Inside My Major: Chemical Engineering

Choosing a major is with no doubt one of the most important decisions that you will ever make. That is why you need to search carefully and take into account factors such as personal interest, self-capabilities, and quality of the department and faculty that will prepare you to be a professional. I chose my major …

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Tips for Students: Choosing a College Major that Fits Your Career Goals

With 78 undergraduate majors to choose from, selecting a major can be difficult.  The University of Arkansas has six undergraduate schools - the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, Sam M. Walton College of Business, College of Education and Health Professions, and College of Engineering. Selina, a junior …

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