Graduate Schools with Diverse Programs in Alabama

For academic year 2019-2020, Auburn University offer the most number of major programs in Alabama. The University of Alabama and University of Alabama at Birmingham have the second and third most major programs inAlabama after Auburn University. Next table shows that the top 10 Alabama graduate schools having most graduate programs.
You can view the all Alabama graduate schools with tuition and other academic information at Alabama graduate school comparison page.
Alabama Graduate Schools with Diverse Area of Study (2019-2020)
School NameTotal Number of ProgramsNumber of Online Programs Master's ProgramDoctorate ProgramsPost-Graduate Certificate Average Tuition & FeesGraduate Student Population
1Auburn UniversityPublic, 4 yearsAuburn, AL 132 programs26 programs 64 46 22 $31,160 5,812
2The University of AlabamaPublic, 4 yearsTuscaloosa, AL 127 programs20 programs Not Offered 49 6 $30,250 5,362
3University of Alabama at BirminghamPublic, 4 yearsBirmingham, AL 106 programs11 programs 54 39 13 $19,188 8,087
4University of Alabama in HuntsvillePublic, 4 yearsHuntsville, AL 59 programs8 programs 29 17 13 $25,256 2,065
5University of South AlabamaPublic, 4 yearsMobile, AL 50 programs13 programs 33 13 4 $16,112 4,541
6Samford UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsBirmingham, AL 44 programs11 programs 31 8 5 $18,364 2,084
7Troy UniversityPublic, 4 yearsTroy, AL 40 programs26 programs 29 2 9 $16,156 3,529
8Jacksonville State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsJacksonville, AL 35 programs19 programs 26 1 8 $20,200 1,158
9University of North AlabamaPublic, 4 yearsFlorence, AL 31 programs12 programs 18 Not Offered 13 $13,860 1,335
10Alabama State UniversityPublic, 4 yearsMontgomery, AL 27 programs6 programs 18 4 5 $17,572 510
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