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Alabama State University is a public institution of higher education, established in 1867 in Marion, Ala. Initially it was a school for African-Americans, but over the years has turned into a reputable institution of higher learning, which receives students from all races. The university provides educational opportunities in nearly 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Along with the traditional teacher education programs, the school offers brand new, high-demand programs in health sciences, Ph.D. in microbiology and a minor in international business. The school takes special pride in its 20:1 student-faculty ratio, which ensures personal attention and the encouragement each student needs to achieve their goals. A final point is that the school takes great care to maintain a dynamic and diverse campus community, running more than 70 clubs and organizations as well as 18 intercollegiate sports.

All Programs Available:
  • Arts, Design and Crafts
    • Art Studies
    • Theatre
    • Performing Arts
    • Music
  • Business
    • Business Studies
    • Management
    • Marketing
  • Communications
    • Communications
  • Computing
    • Computer Information Systems
  • Education
    • Physical Education
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Education
  • Finance
    • Finance
    • Accounting
  • Health
    • Health Occupations
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Physical Therapy
  • Human Studies and Services
    • Social Work
  • Humanities
    • Liberal Arts
    • History
  • Law
    • Criminal Justice
  • Philology, Languages, Literature
    • English Language and Literature (in Universities)
  • Sciences
    • Biology
    • Geothermal Energy
    • Political Science
    • Computer Science
    • Sciences
    • Chemistry
    • Sociology
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Type of school

Public University


(800) 253-5037


915 S. Jackson Street, Montgomery, AL, The United States, 36101

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