UAMS Colleges

UAMS College of Medicine
The College of Medicine is the state’s only M.D. granting medical school
and the state’s only comprehensive academic medical center. Opened in 1879, the College of Medicine has a
rich history of educating and training the vast majority of the state’s physicians while preparing doctors and
scientists to make their mark around the world.

College of Medicine

UAMS College of Pharmacy

The doctor of pharmacy (Pharm.D.) program at the UAMS College of Pharmacy prepares students to enter the rapidly changing healthcare field of Pharmacy. As part of a large healthcare, educational, research facility, the interprofessional education and experiential opportunities abound.

College of Pharmacy

UAMS College of Nursing

The College of Nursing, a CCNE accredited college, provides baccalaureatemaster’sDNP and PhD programs to over 600 students. The College has faculty practice programs in pediatrics, primary care, women’s health, gerontology, family psych and mental health, and genetics.

College of Nursing

College of Health Professions Students Learning

The College of Health Professions (CHP) serves the state of Arkansas as the primary arm of the University of Arkansas in offering programs that provide education, service, and research in the allied health professions.

College of Health Professions

UAMS College of Public Health

The mission of the Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health is to improve the health and promote the well-being of individuals, families, and communities in Arkansas through education, research, and service.

College of Public Health

UAMS Graduate School Lecture

The Graduate School is the home of graduate programs in biomedical sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, biomedical informatics, regulatory sciences, nursing science, clinical nutrition, and communication sciences and disorders.

Graduate School