University of Alabama provides a creative, nurturing campus environment where its students can become the best individuals possible, learn from the best and brightest faculty, and make a positive difference in the community, the state and the world.
The instructional schools are Arts and Sciences, Commerce and Business Administration, Communication and Information Sciences, Community Health Sciences, Continuing Studies, Education, Engineering, Honors College, Human Environmental Sciences, Nursing, Law, and Social Work.
UA offers 80 undergraduate degree programs, 69 master programs, 6 educational specialist programs, 56 doctoral programs, and 1 law program. In recent year, UA awarded 3,398 bachelor degrees, 1,237 master degrees, 83 educational specialist degrees, 191 doctoral degrees, and 154 first-professional degrees. The last year enrollment totaled 25,580, which included 21,082 undergraduates, 3,851 graduate students, and 647 first-professional students.
Intensive English Program. This program provides from 20 to 30 hours of tuition weekly. There are six different levels of instruction, beginning to advanced. The program offers American conversation partners. All faculty hold graduate degrees in TESOL. University credit courses are available concurrently.
Special Group Programs. It is a short-term (2 to 6 weeks) program. Minimum 10 participants. The courses are provided 3 to 5 hours daily. Flexible year-round dates are available. The program is Individually priced. Specialized curricula. Following programs are: International English Teacher Program; Business Professional Programs; Technical Writing Program; International University Student Programs; Corporate Programs; English Teacher-Trainer Programs; Law and Legal English Programs; English for Nurses.
Fall/Spring Sessions (8 weeks) – 1,800
Summer Sessions (6 weeks) – 1,800