Alabama State Universities – 4 Year Degrees
Several state universities exist in Alabama that provide higher education to help you succeed in Alabama’s workforce. These universities offer short-term certificates or credentials.
University of Alabama
In 1837, The University of Alabama became one of the first five universities in the nation to offer engineering classes. Today, UA’s College of Engineering has more than 6,100 students and more than 130 faculty. Students in the College have been recognized as Goldwater scholars, Hollings scholars, and Portz scholars.
University of South Alabama
We’re the University of South Alabama. South, for short. Home to nearly 15,000 students and more than 100 academic programs, our University is a dynamic community of leaders and learners who support and challenge one another to be actively engaged citizens who advance the Gulf Coast region and the world.
University of West Alabama
At UWA, you’ll explore a variety of options, and with the guidance of your professors, you’ll find the path that best suits your passion, and your enthusiasm for learning will translate into a more meaningful college experience. By pursuing your passions and building the foundation of your career, you will be empowered to shape the world. Are you ready to do something that matters?
Auburn University today is a comprehensive land, sea and space grant institution – among the few that hold that distinction – occupying more than 1,840 acres and helping fulfill the dreams of nearly 25,000 students. Since opening its doors in 1856, Auburn University has awarded more than 300,000 academic degrees. Our Alumni Association is one of the strongest in the SEC with 45,000 members.
University of North Alabama
At the University of North Alabama, you’ll receive a top-notch education taught by faculty dedicated to their field and to their students. We offer a diverse range of undergraduate and graduate majors, minors, and concentrations, with on-campus, online, and hybrid options available.
Jacksonville State University
Located in the Appalachian foothills almost midway between Birmingham and Atlanta, JSU has grown from very humble beginnings as a state teachers college in 1883 into the Alabama regional university with the highest percentage of accredited programs.