Feb 21, 2024  
2024-2025 Catalog DRAFT (working copy for edits) 
    
2024-2025 Catalog DRAFT (working copy for edits)

Colleges of Technology


The University of Arkansas at Monticello offers the following certificates of proficiency and technical certificates at its locations in Crossett and McGehee, Arkansas. Courses that enable a student to work toward an advanced degree are also offered at these locations. Technical courses required for these programs may be transferable toward a limited number of associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the school at each location for information regarding transferability of courses.

UAM College of Technology at Crossett

Telephone: (870) 364-6414 / (866) 323-3384
Fax: (870) 364-5707
Mailing Address: 1326 Highway 52 West, Crossett, AR 71635
E-mail: tuckerts@uamont.edu
Website: https://www.uamont.edu/academics/crossett/index.html

UAM College of Technology at McGehee

Telephone: (870) 222-5360 / (800) 747-5360
Fax: (870) 222-4709
Mailing Address: 1609 East Ash Street, P. O. Box 747, McGehee, AR 71654
E-mail: wareb@uamont.edu
Website: https://www.uamont.edu/academics/mcgehee/index.html

Bachelor of Applied Science degree

Students may choose to earn a Baccalaureate of Applied Science degree. Details of requirements for this degree are found in the Division of General Studies  section of this catalog.

Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree

Students may choose to earn an Associate of Applied Science in General Technology degree. There are two options for completion of this degree plan; details of requirements for this degree are found in the Division of General Studies  section of this catalog.

Requirements Applicable to all Technical Certificates

The following General Education requirements apply to all technical certificates. These requirements ensure that each program contains general education courses that meet the Arkansas Department of Higher Education requirements for proficiency in mathematics and communication.

Communication: 3 hours

All students must complete COM 1203 Tech Communication or a higher-level composition course with a grade of “C” or better. Individual technical programs may require a higher-level composition course.

Mathematics: 3 hours

All students must complete MAT 1203 Tech Mathematics or a higher-level mathematics course with a grade of “C” or better. Individual technical programs may require a higher-level mathematics course.

  1. Each technical program of study requires designated mathematics and English courses. Some courses within a program have mathematics or language course prerequisites or corequisites for enrollment.
  2. Placement in mathematics and English courses is determined by ACT, SAT, ACCUPLACER, or equivalent placement test scores. Students whose placement test scores fall below minimum requirements listed for each program will be assigned to appropriate mathematics and/or English courses.
  3. Students must be consistently enrolled in a mathematics and/or English course until a grade of “C” or higher is achieved to satisfy the prerequisite for other courses.
  4. Students receiving a grade of “C” or higher will not be allowed to enroll for credit in any course which is a prerequisite or lower-level course.
  5. Students who wish to enroll more than three times in a specific course must have approval of the administration.
  6. Students with low entrance scores in both mathematics and English will be restricted to a credit hour enrollment limit based on their specific program requirements including the appropriate math and English course. A student should consult his/her counselor or advisor to make appropriate course selections to satisfy the credit hour enrollment limit.

Programs

Undergraduate Major

Advanced Technical Certificate

Technical Certificate

Certificate of Proficiency