When it comes down to it, you’re coming to college for an education.
Oh, there’s no denying that the culture and athletics and student life are great (and very important), but, in the end, you’re looking for a degree and a plan for the future. Conveniently, UAB happens to have all of those things – except for the plan – but we can help you build that yourself. We offer more than 115 areas of study, including a few that you can’t find anywhere else in the state, or even the region. And you definitely can’t find our top-notch, field-tested, nationally renowned, actually-really-nice-in-person faculty anywhere else in the state. Mostly because, well, they’re here.
The hardest part of your first year should be your classes, not deciding what they should be.
If you have Advanced Placement (AP) credits, the Office of the Registrar will work with you to ensure they are correctly posted on your UAB transcript.
Career & Professional Development
Explore. Experience. Prepare. Succeed. UAB Career and Professional Development works with students and employers on the career development process.
If you have International Baccalaureate (IB) credits, the Office of the Registrar will work with you to ensure they are correctly posted on your UAB transcript.
Majors, Minors, and Degrees
Picking a major is the first step toward the great future that UAB can help you find. And with 49 undergraduate degree programs and a wide variety of minors and concentration areas, UAB is certain to meet your academic needs.
If you have other alternative credits, the Office of the Registrar will work with you to ensure they are correctly posted on your UAB transcript.
Through the Study Away program, you can venture to locales both familiar and exotic to take in the sights—and the insights—of different cultures, and return as both a more active community member and engaged citizen.
You’ve worked hard for the credit hours you have. Get credit for your credits by transferring them to UAB and applying them to your future degree.
UAB is known for providing undergraduate students with opportunities to work with mentors and engage in meaningful research projects as early as your freshman year.