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Capstone College of Nursing

The Capstone College of Nursing resides in a state-of-the-art building with classrooms featuring the latest resources in interactive learning. Enrollment in our nursing program is robust and growing.

College of Arts and Sciences

As the state’s largest liberal arts college, the College of Arts and Sciences is the University’s oldest and largest division. Students have received prestigious national awards, such as Goldwater, Truman, Hollings and Fulbright scholarships.

College of Communication and Information Sciences

The public relations program at UA has been recognized as one of the top five programs in the nation and ranks among the top 10 schools in the nation for awarding of doctoral degrees in communication.

College of Community Health Sciences

The College of Community Health Sciences is dedicated to helping address the physician shortage in the state and the nation, and has educated and trained numerous family medicine and primary care physicians over the last 40 years.

College of Continuing Studies

UA provides adults and non-traditional students with opportunities to pursue their educational goals. The College of Continuing Studies caters to both degree-seeking students and professionals interested in advancing their career skills.

College of Education

Enrollment in the College of Education has more than doubled in the last few years, producing graduates who continue to receive various honors and are selected for school, system and state leadership positions.

College of Engineering

In 1837, UA became the first college in Alabama and one of the first five universities in the nation to offer engineering classes. Over the past 10 years, its students have been named as Goldwater, Truman and Boren Scholars.

College of Human Environmental Science

From athletic training to financial advising, nutrition or interior design, students in the College of Human Environmental Sciences are equipped for careers that enhance lives through science.

Culverhouse College of Commerce

The Culverhouse College of Commerce is the oldest school of business in Alabama and one of the premier programs in the South. Over its history, the College has earned national recognition for excellence in business education.

Graduate School

The Graduate School prepares students for a variety of careers in teaching, research, creative and service activities. It offers programs of study leading to more than 120 master’s, educational specialist and doctoral degrees within UA’s various colleges and schools.

Honors College

Recruiting, educating and promoting the best and brightest students is the mission of the Honors College, whose creation in September 2003 affirms UA’s commitment to empower its students to achieve the very top of their potential, and then be rewarded for that achievement.

School of Law

The curriculum of UA’s School of Law is both traditional and innovative, including offerings in emerging areas of the law such as environmental law, international law and intellectual property, with curriculum that is rich in clinical, advocacy and perspective offerings.

School of Social Work

UA’s School of Social Work grants degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels, and offers many unique internship opportunities for students, including a prestigious program for master’s students in Washington, D.C.