Initially established as an agricultural school in 1909, the Arkansas State University – Jonesboro has evolved to be one of the top producers of K-12 teachers and administrators in the state. Arkansas State University offers Master’s Degrees in Education with emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership, Special Education P-4, Special Education 4-12, and Theory and Practice, as well as 6 other education-related programs of study. These can be completed on campus or out-of-state via online classes.
Tuition and Fees vary depending on the program taken and whether or not the course will be taken in-state or online. Generally, the tuition per credit hour is roughly $180.00 for courses taken on campus and a little over $200 when taken online. Tuition does not include cost of materials and may be changed without prior notice. Financial aid is available to program participants in the form of student loans. More details on tuition fees and financial support can be found online at the Arkansas State University website.
To apply for admission at Arkansas State University, applicants are required to complete an online application fee and submit supporting documents which include but are not limited to transcripts from previously attended educational institutions and teaching certificates, as well as other degree-specific requirements to the admissions office.
As testament to the high standards of education provided by the University, Arkansas State University is, not only accredited with the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), it is also a member of several organizations that support high educational standards.
For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, school rankings, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Arkansas State University.