With our Top 60 public ranking in US News & World Report, our graduate programs provide a launching pad for your professional career. Learn more about our 150+ master’s and doctoral programs here.
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UA is proud to welcome students from around the world. Learn more about specific resources for applying, student organizations, and about life as an international graduate student in our community.
The University of Alabama offers over 150 master’s, educational specialist and doctoral degree programs.
“What if I told you concepts in Marvel movies can exist today?” These are the first words out of Sandhiya Thiagarajan’s mouth when asked about her cutting-edge research with Dr. Amanda Koh, Assistant Professor for chemical and biological engineering. Sandhiya, originally from the beach...Read More
18 University of Alabama alumni and students won Fulbright awards for teaching or research abroad last year.
UA is a top 60 public university in the nation, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report for more than a decade.
UA is establishing world-class research institutes in water/energy/environment, transportation, cybersecurity and life research.
Recent job placements for UA graduate students include Disney, Intel, Apple and more.
UA undergraduates—save money and finish your master’s degree sooner. Through AMP, you can earn up to 15 dual-credit hours toward both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in select programs.Read More
Work with leading-edge experts and the latest technologies in your field, and earn a master’s degree in 12 months. The College of Engineering equips today’s graduate students to solve tomorrow’s problems through innovation in engineering and computer science.Read More
This nationally recognized program links new graduate students to peer and faculty mentors who help them navigate the higher-education journey. The program focuses on first-generation students, women in STEM fields and members of racial and ethnic minority groups.Read More