University of Arkansas Community College Hope - Electrical Ranking 2017

University of Arkansas Community College HopeRanked
577
in the USA
University of Arkansas Community College Hope is a very small public community college offering many disciplines along with the electrical program and located in Hope, Arkansas. This college was opened in 1965 and is currently offering associate's degrees in Electrical and Electronic Communications Engineering Technology.

University of Arkansas Community College Hope is cheap (see more affordable colleges in AR); tuition cost varies around $6,000 a year. According to recent analysis, University of Arkansas Community College Hope area is generally safe; the school is reported to have a good rating for campus crime.

University of Arkansas Community College Hope electrical program ranks #577 (out of 1261; top 50%) in USA and #7 in Arkansas. Major competing electrical schools for this college are Southern Methodist University in Dallas and Louisiana Tech University in Ruston. See the details about all twelve competing electrical schools and list of offered electrical majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #7 Electrical School in Arkansas
Ranked #213 Electrical School in The South
Ranked #577 Electrical School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Arkansas Ranking

Ranked #5 Electrical Engineering School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #151 Electrical Engineering School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #398 Electrical Engineering School
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Also, check how University of Arkansas Community College Hope is ranked among affordable colleges and community colleges in Arkansas.

Contact information:

University of Arkansas Community College Hope
2500 S Main
Hope, AR 71801
Phone: (870) 777-5722
Website: www.uacch.edu

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University of Arkansas Community College Hope Location Map

Electrical majors offered:

Associate's degree

Electrical and Electronic Communications Engineering Technology

Local competitors:

Southern Methodist University - Electrical School Ranking
Southern Methodist University

Dallas, TX, 3 electrical programs

Louisiana Tech University - Electrical School Ranking
Louisiana Tech University

Ruston, LA, 1 electrical program

Arkansas Tech University - Electrical School Ranking
Arkansas Tech University

Russellville, AR, 3 electrical programs

Northwest Louisiana Technical College - Electrical School Ranking
Northwest Louisiana Technical College

Minden, LA, 2 electrical programs

Northwestern State University of Louisiana - Electrical School Ranking
Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Natchitoches, LA, 2 electrical programs

University of North Texas - Electrical School Ranking
University of North Texas

Denton, TX, 1 electrical program

Hinds Community College - Electrical School Ranking
Hinds Community College

Raymond, MS, 5 electrical programs

University of Arkansas at Monticello - Electrical School Ranking
University of Arkansas

Monticello, AR, 3 electrical programs

ITT Technical Institute Arlington - Electrical School Ranking
ITT Technical Institute Arlington

Arlington, TX, 3 electrical programs

DeVry University Texas - Electrical School Ranking
DeVry University Texas

Irving, TX, 2 electrical programs

ITT Technical Institute Richardson - Electrical School Ranking
ITT Technical Institute Richardson

Richardson, TX, 2 electrical programs

Angelina College - Electrical School Ranking
Angelina College

Lufkin, TX, 4 electrical programs

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