JBU Online Undergraduate Program

Educational Opportunities through the JBU Online Undergraduate Program

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The JBU Online Undergraduate Program provides non-traditional educational opportunities for students through compressed degree programs at various locations in central and northwest Arkansas and online. Our flexible classes offer working adults the opportunity to earn a quality bachelor’s degree.

Working together with faculty from other areas of the university, the JBU Online Undergraduate Program offers majors in Organizational Leadership, Business Administration, Management Accounting, Liberal Arts and Psychology. Program requirements are met through traditional college course work, credit by exam, credit for prior learning, successful completion of the specified sequence of courses in the major field, and completion of a capstone project. These programs do not follow the traditional university calendar. New groups begin at various times, and classes meet throughout the year without regard to usual university breaks.

The JBU Online Undergraduate Program offers selected general education courses and electives in an accelerated format for its students.

Certain policies of the JBU Online Undergraduate Program do not coincide with those of the university at large. Where conflicts arise, students in the JBU Online Undergraduate Program follow the specific regulations established by the Program. General university policy applies in other areas.

Additional information may be obtained from the JBU Online Undergraduate Program office on the Siloam Springs campus, online, or at any of the following JBU centers:

Fort Smith Center, 1401 South Waldron Road, Suite 201, Fort Smith, AR 72903
Phone: 479-646-0082 or 866-753-4190

Little Rock Center, 8114 Cantrell Road, Suite 250, Little Rock, AR 72227
Phone: 501-771-9000 or 866-753-4259

Rogers Center, 2807 Ajax Avenue, Suite 200, Rogers, AR 72758
Phone: 800-528-4723



A JBU Online Undergraduate minor is a formally recognized aggregate of courses in a designated secondary subject area or discipline usually outside of (but often complementing) the student's degree major and in which knowledge is gained in a coherent pattern of courses.

Completion of a minor requires 12 semester hours, in accordance with the department's specifications, including at least three hours of upper-division courses. The minimum grade point average for course work in the minor is 2.0.

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