Arkansas State, founded in 1909, is the second-largest university in the state. It is located on Crowley’s Ridge in Jonesboro. A Carnegie Research 2 university, A-State hosts the first osteopathic medical school in Arkansas, the New York Institute of Technology’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, and opened the first U.S.-style residential campus in Mexico in fall of 2017. With its Discover 2025 Strategic Plan as its guide, A-State is engaged in creating new collaboration opportunities including the Center for No-Boundary Thinking and exploring a public-private partnership to bring the first College of Veterinary Medicine to the state. A-State is home to more than 13,000 current students and proud to have over 100,000 alumni.
Undergraduate experiences are highlighted for the last decade with the Create@State spring conference. Create@State participants have an advantage in achieving the graduate school of their choice, including continuing to advanced degrees at A-State. Research opportunities alongside our faculty are not the exception at A-State. Whether it is performing experiments at the Arkansas Biosciences Institute at A-State or assisting with research studies in other laboratory spaces, hands-on work usually associated with graduate school is common for our students.
A-State begins its second decade offering online curriculum and course work, and remains the largest provider of 100% online degree programs based in the state with 99 degree programs and 18 more set to launch in the upcoming academic year.
University Recommended Courses
All courses completed, including D and F grades, are added to the student’s transfer record. A-State will consider awarding credit toward an Associate or a Baccalaureate degree for non-collegiate courses for which credit has been recommended as listed in The ACE National Guide published by ACE, American Council on Education. An official ACE transcript must be provide for credit to be awarded.
|Saylor Course||Arkansas State Course Equivalency|
|GEOG 101: World Regional Geography||Lower level GEOG 3603 listed as L603 World Regional Geography|
|SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology||SOC 2213 Intro to Sociology|
|BUS 202: Principles of Finance||Lower level FIN 3713 listed as L713 Finance|
|BUS 203: Principles of Marketing||Lower level MKTG 3013 listed as MKTG L013 Principles of Marketing|
|BUS 204: Business Statistics||ECON 2113 Business Statistics I|
|BUS 205: Business Law||LAW 2023 Legal Environment to Business|
|BUS 208: Principles of Management||Lower level MGMT 3123 list as L123 Principles of Management|
|BUS 210: Corporate Communication||BCOM 2563 Business Communication|
|ECON 102: Principles of Macroeconomics||ECON 2313 Macroeconomics|
|ECON 101: Principles of Microeconomics||ECON 2323 Microeconomics|