Top Sociology Schools in Arkansas

Interested in a graduate degree in Sociology from a top program within the state of Arkansas? We offer rankings of best Arkansas Sociology graduate programs. Review the following schools to see requirements for Master and Doctoral degrees in the area of Sociology.

Sociology Schools in Arkansas


Arkansas [English ɑ ː kəns ɔ ː ] Abbreviation Ark. Post officially AR, state of the USA, 134,843 km 2, (2015) 2980000 residents (1960: 1.79 million, 1980: 2.29 Million, 2000: 2.67 million residents). The capital is Little Rock. 75 counties.

Law and Politics

The constitution is from 1874 (numerous changes): Senate with 35 members (elected for four years), House of Representatives with 100 deputies (elected for two years). Arkansas is represented in Congress by two senators and four MPs.


In the northwest, Arkansas is part of the Ozark Mountains, in the west of the Ouachita Mountains, which are separated from each other by the Arkansas River; in the east on the broad floodplain of the Mississippi (eastern border of Arkansas) and in the southwest on the Gulf Coast Plain. The climate brings mild winters and warm summers as well as rich rainfall all year round. Almost half of the country is forested.


The proportion of whites in the population was 79.7% in 2014, that of blacks at 15.6% and 4.7% for others.

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