We use technology to bring the classroom experience to our distance students. Synchronous classes are live-streamed, with students participating from their computer or tablet from anywhere with a good internet connection. All of the technology in our classroom is being upgraded this summer - watch for future posts.
Condensed courses provide an opportunity for distance students to visit campus to attend several days of intense study of a specific agricultural or food law topic.
Our courses are all taught by nationally recognized agricultural and food law professors, and our professors work with the distance education professionals at the University of Arkansas Global Campus on distance course design and implementation.
We have a great incoming class, but are still accepting applications. Here are the courses we will be offering Fall semester:
Specialized Legal Research and Writing
Administrative Law & Practice: USDA and FDA
Condensed Courses are one-credit face-to-face classes offered in 2-4 days of intensive instruction. Distance students are encouraged to come to campus, although special arrangements may be available for video-conferencing on a case by case basis.