Enterprise Systems at Walton College
Update (10/17/2022) Fulfillment of access requests continues to take between 10-15 business days from the time of the request. Please consider requesting access for Spring semester courses by December 1, 2022 to ensure that your access is given to you and your students. Thank you for your patience and your support of the Walton College Enterprise Systems!
As a premier source of academic enterprise curriculum and systems, we support education and research efforts at the University of Arkansas and around the world. Our programs produce globally competitive students and world-leading faculty for teaching and research. These programs are made possible through the relationships we have with industry. We want to thank our industry partners for their support in making these resources available to other universities without charge.
To access these resources, you must first request access to the virtual desktop. Once access is granted, there are two methods for accessing the virtual desktop.
View a map of schools we support through our collection of enterprise platforms and datasets
Gain competitive advantage by working with our world-class Enterprise Systems and real-world datasets. View academic programs that incorporate Enterprise Systems
Faculty and Researchers
The Walton College's Information Systems Department faculty, through their teaching, cutting-edge research, and leadership in national professional organizations, provide a full range of expertise in information systems.. Learn how to incorporate our systems into your teaching and research.
Business and Industry Partnerships are absolutely essential to the success of Enterprise Systems-and on many fronts including student success, curriculum and research. Engage with us. Help support our systems.
Enterprise Systems Newsletter
News and Updates
Walton College, Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield and the College of Education and Health Professions announce the Robert L. Shoptaw Master of Healthcare Business Analytics Program.
September 28, 2022 | By Lori McLemore
Cronan was recognized for his longtime work in creating a campus culture that values academic integrity.
March 28, 2022