The North Little Rock site serves as a satellite location for the
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. Located at 1333 Main Street in
North Little Rock, the site currently offers courses leading to a Bachelor's Degree in
Regulatory Science with three options: Industrial Health & Safety;
Environmental Biology; and Agricultural Science.
The multi-disciplinary curriculum in Regulatory Science is designed to prepare students for exciting careers related to regulatory and compliance activities with federal, state, and local governments as well as private industry. Governmental regulatory agencies protect the health and safety of the American public. They help to ensure safety in the development, distribution, and use of natural resources, food products, and agriculture. In addition, regulatory agents work with environmental issues, waste disposal methods, and the industrial and manufacturing sectors.
Degree Options: Industrial Health & Safety | Environmental Biology | Agricultural Science
Students completing the curriculum have expertise in a technical field as well as broad-based knowledge of the legislative and judicial powers delegated to federal and state agencies. Graduates of the program are equipped to balance regulatory issues of health and safety with constitutional rights of citizens, economic development interest, national security, international development, and other evolving social and political priorities.
Students may obtain admissions, financial aid, enrollment forms and a current schedule of classes from Dr. Minnie Hatchett, Site Coordinator by contacting her at (501) 374-3985. You can also contact the Admissions
office on the main campus at (870) 575-8492. Students must meet all the admission policies
and program criteria stated in the undergraduate catalog
This program is a perfect fit for perspective students who:
- Are 25+ Years of Age
- Have a High School Diploma or GED
- Have taken the ACT/SAT within the last 5 years
- Have taken the ACCUPLACER Test
Financial Aid, Loans and Scholarships:
Students enrolled at the NLR site may apply for financial aid and loans through UAPB
. Application forms and scholarship criteria for the NLR Site are also available at the NLR Site Coordinator’s office.
|Dr. Minnie Hatchett
North Little Rock Site Coordinator
|Mrs. Tawana Greene
Director of Admissions
|Ms. Rachel Luckett
Extension Specialist II Urban Outreach Director
Dr. Obadiah Njue
Chair, Department of Agriculture Regulatory Science
The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB) is a state-supported land grant institution, created in 1873 by an act of the Legislature as a branch of the Arkansas Industrial University (now the University of Arkansas). All of its degree programs are fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). In 1998, North Central Association (NCA) and the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) authorized UAPB to offer a Bachelor Degree in Regulatory Science at the North Little Rock location.