Through innovative business courses, high-tech facilities and real-world experiences both locally and abroad, undergradute students at Walton College learn how to use their strengths and skills to make a difference.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA)
Bachelor of Science in International Business (BSIB)
- Business minors in varying concentrations are avaible for students pursuing business majors, as well as non-business majors. View Business Minor Programs..
For more information about each academic area, please visit the Walton College departmental homepages.
To view the courses that are required for each major or concentration, view advising worksheets.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business Honors Program is offered to high achieving students interested in obtaining an outstanding business education at the University of Arkansas.
We’re All Business. The Sam M. Walton College of Business offers you an exciting and dynamic environment – with access to cutting-edge faculty, the latest in business research, and real-world business executives.
The Office of Entrepreneurship promotes entrepreneurial activities at the University of Arkansas and throughout the state. We support programs designed to help students and faculty commercialize their ideas through start-ups.
Enterprise Systems comprises of four major hubs and support systems, and access to large, real-world datasets:
- IBM z10 Mainframe Server
- Microsoft SQL Server 2008
- Teradata Database Server
- SAP Enterprise Resource Planning Software
The programs in Executive Education are designed to provide today's professional with innovative experiences to enhance abilities in facing a demanding, ever-changing workplace. Distinguished faculty and seasoned-practitioners deliver programs designed to increase the performance of both individuals and organizations. Whether it is an on-site delivered program, a web-enhanced program, or a program delivered using our state-of-the-art facilities, Executive Education brings business professionals educational experiences that impact their future.
Cooperative Education (Co-op) is an optional, academic program that enables students to gain degree-related experience prior to graduation. It is a planned, progressive educational strategy in which the student learns about his/her field of study through hands-on experience in the workplace.
The mission of Leadership Walton is to offer a unique blend of academic, leadership and career development opportunities specifically designed to guide the student toward lifelong professional success. Leadership Walton is a program offered by the Walton College Career Center in partnership with Undergraduate Programs.
The Rebsamen Fund is a student-managed investment fund at the Sam. M. Walton College of Business. The trust that created the fund was established in 1971 by the late Raymond Rebsamen of Little Rock, Arkansas with an initial endowment of $100,000. Its current market value stands at more than $1.37 million dollars.
The Walton College Study Abroad Program focuses on a wide range of global study experiences for its students with programs in Brazil, China, Japan, and Mexico and Italy, to name a few.