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 ProgramMinorBachelorsCertificate OnlyAlternative MastersMastersEducational SpecialistDoctoral
Arts Education Music - Choral        
Music - Instrumental        
Visual Arts          
Counselor Education Clinical Mental Health            
School Counseling            
Early Childhood and Elementary Education Early Childhood      
Early Childhood and Elementary Education        
Elementary Education          
Educational Leadership Educational Leadership        
English as a Second Language English as a Second Language         
French and English as a Second Language          
Spanish and English as a Second Language          
Foreign Languages French          
Health Education Community Health        
Health Education/Health Promotion            
Human Services            
Kinesiology (formerly Physical Education) Athletic Coaching            
Exercise Physiology            
Exercise Science          
Fitness Leadership            
Physical Education      
Reading Education Reading Education            
Secondary Education Biology      
English Language Arts       
General Science        
General Social Science      
Mathematics: Middle School            
Special Education Collaborative Teacher: Autism Spectrum Disorders Concentration            
Collaborative Teacher K-12          
Collaborative Teacher: Reading Concentration            
Early Childhood Special Education (Birth to age 8)          
School Psychometry            
Visual Impairments          

Undergraduate Catalogs, Past to Current

The catalog provides the UAB community with a wide range of valuable information (e.g., admission, policies/procedures, student services, and degree requirements for undergraduate programs.) Students should be familiar with the information provided in the catalog.

Graduate Catalog
The online Graduate Catalog requirements and information pertaining to UAB's graduate programs as provided by each program.

Core Curriculum Requirements
UAB’s core curriculum requirements aim to give students a balanced education. The Core Curriculum consists of four areas, and all students must fulfill requirements in each area. Each school within UAB also has specific requirements for each area. You should check the appropriate section in the catalog or talk to your academic advisor about specific requirements for your school or major.

Direction Student Handbook
Direction is filled with useful information on student activities and programs, student services, housing, student conduct, special resources, the city of Birmingham and much more! Also included for your convenience are sections such as “Quick Reference,” “Where to Go for Answers” and a campus map which is located on the back cover of this publication.