ATU to offer degrees through BRTC

Pictured are Alan Haskins, Fire Science Director; Dr. Jeff Aulgur, Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs; Dr. Brad Baine, Vice President of Academic Affairs; and Donna Statler, Dean for General Studies.

The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board has approved Arkansas Tech University’s request to offer degrees through Black River Technical College’s University Center.

ATU will offer a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Administration and Management and Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Criminology through BRTC’s University Center located on the Pocahontas campus. Courses for these degrees will begin in the Fall of 2021.

For more information about BRTC’s University Center, contact Donna Statler, Dean of General Studies, by phone at (870) 248-4000, ext. 4183 or by email at

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