The UAB Collat School of Business students now have the opportunity to major in human resources with a dedicated Bachelor of Science in human resource management degree program. Previously, Collat offered a degree in management with a concentration in human resources. This new degree will expand upon that increasingly popular program, and is now enrolling students.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Master of Public Health/Master of Business Administration program has been ranked No. 1 in the “Top 50 Best Value Dual MBA and MPH Degrees of 2016” by the website valuecolleges.com.
In today’s global economy, the region of Northern Italy stands out as a hotbed of innovation and economic success. Apply now for a UAB Faculty-led Education Abroad Program, Innovation and Design for Economic Growth (IB 495 in Italy), to learn about some of the greatest Renaissance innovations and how these innovations continue to influence our world. Along the way, you will discover first-hand the Italian passion for art, design, innovation and aesthetics – hallmarks of the Italian way of life and drivers of their economy since ancient times.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has been ranked 147th internationally and 67th in the United States by the Center for World University Rankings, the highest ranking of any Alabama institution. UAB also was ranked 89th in patents, an increase of 41 places compared to 2015.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham continues to expand the institution’s business and medical education through the addition of a dual Doctor of Optometry and Master of Business Administration degree — the first of its kind nationwide.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham is expanding its online course offerings within the Collat School of Business through a counterpart for its campus-based Charles and Patsy Collat Industrial Distribution program.
The Top 25 award program is designed to identify, recognize, and celebrate the success of alumni business leaders. Each company must have been founded, owned, or managed (most senior leadership team or regional/division leadership team) by a UAB alumnus/alumna.
As someone who sees possibility in disability, Forrest Satterfield refuses to compromise. His willingness to push boundaries has placed him in equally good and bad situations.
As a UAB freshman, he developed a nasty case of mononucleosis due to a weakened immune system from poor nutrition and sleep.
“I was so focused on my work that it didn’t leave me much time to do anything else,” he says.
But it’s that unrelenting drive that has taken Satterfield Technologies from dorm room to board room.