Complete List of all UAB Undergraduate Programs

ProgramAboutCollege/School
Accounting, B.S.In order to succeed, every business has to have an accountant like you keeping track of its resources.Collat School of Business
African American Studies, B.A.Want to know more about the history, culture, and experience of Black Americans from the African diaspora all the way through today?  In this program, we can give you multicultural perspectives valued by employers in education, government, and business.College of Arts & Sciences
Anthropology, B.A.Anthropology—the study of humankind, past and present—has the widest scope of all the social sciences. With an understanding of other people and their cultures, you'll be prepared for a career in a variety of fields, including international business, law, teaching, forensic science, language interpretation, environmental conservation, or even museum curation. College of Arts & Sciences
Art, B.A.Do you have a burning desire to express yourself through a variety of art media? Create art that transforms the world around you through a career in art direction, graphic design, museum curation, art conservation — or just about any other profession you can imagine.College of Arts & Sciences
Art, B.F.A.Want to take a deep dive into a specific arts discipline designed to bring out the creative genius inside you? This intensive fine arts program can give you a solid foundation for graduate school or prepare you for a career in graphic design, medical illustration, costume design, cinematography—the possibilities are practically endless. College of Arts & Sciences
Biobehavioral Nutrition and Wellness, B.S.By now, you've probably memorized the five food groups. Many people have. But can you take that knowledge and use it to enhance human health and prevent disease? Because that's exactly what we can teach you in this program.School of Health Professions
Bioinformatics, B.S.Bioinformatics is an emerging field that involves managing and analyzing large amounts of data about living things—data that will help us treat human diseases and make breakthroughs that will improve our lives.College of Arts & Sciences
Biology, B.S.Biology is the study of all living things—from molecules to entire ecosystems. And when you study all those things, you can do almost anything. Our alumni work in genetics, microbiology, spinal cord injury, brain development, and education, as well as in wildlife and nature conservation. College of Arts & Sciences
Biomedical Engineering, B.S.B.M.E.People with disabilities count on breakthrough innovations created by biomedical engineers to lead their daily activities.School of Engineering
Biomedical Sciences, B.S.If you want to be in health care, but don't know if medicine, dentistry, research, or the like is right for you, consider studying biomedical sciences.School of Health Professions
Cancer Biology, B.S.Do you want to make a difference in the fight against cancer? UAB is the only university in the United States with a cancer biology undergraduate program, which means you can get a head start on preparing for a career in research, treatment, and other areas.College of Arts & Sciences
Chemistry, B.S.From advanced materials to drug development and more, chemistry drives the discoveries and technologies that transform our lives in the 21st century. With a bachelor's degree from UAB, you'll be primed for a variety of careers in fields such as healthcare, forensics, journalism, research, and education.College of Arts & Sciences
Civil Engineering, B.S.C.E.Creative thinkers like you are essential to establishing and maintaining the framework of productive communities, from roads and buildings to air quality and soil erosion control.School of Engineering
Communication Studies, B.A.Communication, whether verbal or nonverbal, is one of the most important skills prized by employers today. It can be an essential tool for success in a wide range of fields, including sales, emergency management, client service, public relations, and much more. College of Arts & Sciences
Community Health and Human Services, B.S.A healthy community doesn't just happen—it takes education, coaching, program development, and, most important, people who care to make a difference.School of Education
Computer Science, B.A.Computer science, simply put, is about computers, computer systems, and how they work.College of Arts & Sciences
Computer Science, B.S.Study computer science, and you'll learn how to analyze a problem and find a computational solution.College of Arts & Sciences
Criminal Justice, B.S.As a criminal justice student, you'll not only learn about crime and justice—you'll also gain critical skills in analyzing and communicating.College of Arts & Sciences
Dental Assisting, CertificateAs a dental assistant, you'll perform a variety of tasks such as caring for patients and taking X-rays, as well as administrative duties.School of Dentistry
Digital Forensics, B.S.As a digital forensics professional, you'll examine digital evidence and protect computer systems from hackers and malware.College of Arts & Sciences
Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education, B.S.Interested in being part of a child's success? As a preschool or elementary-school teacher, you can make a lasting impact in a young student's life.School of Education
Early Childhood Education, B.S.Kids approaching kindergarten are ready to learn and discover, and they need caring, talented teachers like you to guide them.School of Education
Economics, B.S.If you study economics, you'll find there's actually a science behind how and why money gets spent in a society.Collat School of Business
Electrical Engineering, B.S.E.E.If electric currents, self-driving cars, and the latest smartphone apps get you amped, you should consider a degree in electrical and computer engineering.School of Engineering
Elementary Education, B.S.If you feel inspired to teach kids—from 5-year-olds in kindergarten up through sixth grade—then this is the degree for you.School of Education
Engineering Design, B.S.E.In the world of engineering design, you might be responsible for creating the next new camera phone, innovating a self-driving car — practically anything.School of Engineering
English, B.A.Have you ever wondered how you can harness your reading, writing, and language skills into a lucrative career? With an English degree from UAB, you can learn how powerful expression and communication can be in the worlds of media, law, medicine, and many more.College of Arts & Sciences
Entrepreneurship, B.S.Many of the world’s leading companies began as student startups. Could one of your big ideas be next?Collat School of Business
Finance, B.S.In finance, we'll teach you how to address an age-old problem: How do you make more money and grow your business?Collat School of Business
Foreign Languages, B.A.As a foreign languages student, not only will you learn another language, you'll also gain a deeper understanding of culture, art, history, and philosophy.College of Arts & Sciences
General Studies, B.G.S.One day you wake up, look at your transcript, and realize you've got enough credits for nearly two minors.College of Arts & Sciences
Genetics and Genomic Sciences, B.S.We can learn a lot about ourselves from our genes—the color of our eyes, how tall we are, where our ancestors came from, and if we're at risk for certain diseases.College of Arts & Sciences
Health Care Management, B.S.A successful healthcare practice not only has great providers—doctors, nurses, optometrists, dentists, and the like—it has high quality management.School of Health Professions
High School Education, B.S.As a high-school teacher, you can have a tremendous influence over a person during some of their most formative years.School of Education
History, B.A.A knowledge of our past is critical to understanding both our present and future. At UAB, we want to teach you how to collect, document, and convey historical data so you can build a foundation for success in business, medical, political, and other job tracks.College of Arts & Sciences
Human Resource Management, B.S.A business can't succeed without the right employees, and at UAB, we can teach you how to build, manage, and grow a successful team.Collat School of Business
Immunology, B.S.Immunology is the study of the immune system, including the cells, organs, tissues, and the function the system plays in protecting humans against infectious diseases.College of Arts & Sciences
Industrial Distribution, B.S.When you buy something at the store, do you ever think about how it got there? There's a lot to it, and understanding this can make you quite successful.Collat School of Business
Information Systems, B.S.If you're both a people person and a techie, you'd be perfect for information systems.Collat School of Business
International Studies, B.A.International studies will give you an in-depth knowledge of what's happening around the world, letting you focus your courses on specific areas that interest you.College of Arts & Sciences
Interprofessional Non-Profit Leadership, CertificateWhether you're a current student or are already working, you may be able to help your good cause with a good dose of interprofessional education.Collat School of Business
Kinesiology, B.S.It's amazing what our bodies can achieve, and in the kinesiology program, you'll study how a person can stay healthy and physically fit.School of Education
Management, B.S.You may have not much on-the-job experience, but you already have a knack for inspiring people to do great things.Collat School of Business
Marketing, B.S.If you're reading this, we're marketing our marketing program to you so that you can become a savvy marketing expert.Collat School of Business
Materials Engineering, B.S.Mt.E.The world is made out of all sorts of stuff—metals, plastic, glass, stones, almost anything you can think of—and materials engineers not only study how to make that stuff but also why we use it.School of Engineering
Mathematics, B.S.Mathematics is the study of quantity, structure, space, and change. By understanding this universal language, you'll have problem-solving abilities that are useful in business, engineering, medicine, technology, and a seemingly infinite number of other fields.College of Arts & Sciences
Mechanical Engineering, B.S.M.E.From building powerful machines to extracting power from them, mechanical engineers keep the world’s machinery operating.School of Engineering
Medical Sociology, B.S.Medical sociology looks at how a person's culture, feelings, and other social factors play a role in their health-care choices.College of Arts & Sciences
Mental Health, CertificatePeople of all ages need mental health professionals like you to help them through a variety of issues.College of Arts & Sciences
Music, B.A.With a music degree, you can learn more than how to make a beautiful, artistic sound—you can learn all about music technology, composition, theory, and more.College of Arts & Sciences
Musical Theatre, B.F.A.As a musical theatre student, you'll learn about acting, voice, singing, music, movement, and dance.College of Arts & Sciences
Neuroscience, B.S.Neuroscience is the study of the body's nervous system—or in other words, how the brain shares information throughout the body.College of Arts & Sciences
Nursing, B.S.N.Nurses make informed judgments every day about the health of patients of all ages in all sorts of settings—hospitals, primary care practices, home care—you name it.School of Nursing
Philosophy, B.A.Who are we? Why are we here? As a philosophy student, you won't just study ideas and thoughts related to these questions, you'll study critical thinking, problem solving, and how to analyze and argue.College of Arts & Sciences
Physics, B.S.Whether it's a bouncing ball or a rocket blasting through the atmosphere, literally all things move through space and time.College of Arts & Sciences
Political Science, B.A.In political science, we teach you how American government and politics compare with the rest of the world.College of Arts & Sciences
Pre-DentistryYou're interested in one day going to dental school, and you want to give yourself the best chance of getting accepted.College of Arts & Sciences
Pre-LawAre you interested in becoming a lawyer or working in the legal profession? While pre-law is not in itself a major, you can consider adding it to your degree.College of Arts & Sciences
Pre-MedicineAre you interested in becoming a doctor, nurse, or other health-care professional? While pre-med is not in itself a major, you can consider adding it to your science or non-science degree.College of Arts & Sciences
Pre-OptometryYou're interested in the eye-care profession, and you want the educational foundation you need for success.College of Arts & Sciences
Professional Sales, CertificateEvery salesperson of the year has to start somewhere.Collat School of Business
Psychology, B.S.Psychology is the science of mind and behavior. With a thorough knowledge of psychology, you can offer great value in a wide variety of fields, including business, advertising, politics, law, education, and mental health counseling.College of Arts & Sciences
Public Health, B.S.When you work in public health, your goal is to help your community stay healthy and thrive.School of Public Health
Social Media, CertificateSure, everyone uses Snapchat and Instagram—but not everyone knows how to use these apps to grow a business.Collat School of Business
Social Work, B.S.S.W.If you want to help people, consider a social work degree, and learn how to make a difference in some of the world's most difficult challenges—poverty, addiction, physical and mental illness, discrimination, and loss.College of Arts & Sciences
Sociology, B.A.When you study sociology, you learn all about people, relationships, and why we behave the way we do.College of Arts & Sciences
Spanish for Specific Purposes, CertificateMore than 40 million people in America speak Spanish, and, chances are, you come across the language every day.College of Arts & Sciences
Theatre, B.A.A theatre degree can give you performing arts experience as an actor, designer, stage manager, director, scriptwriter, costume and set designer, and much more.College of Arts & Sciences
UndeclaredDon't worry—you can work toward your college degree, even if you don’t yet know what you’re going to study.Vulcan Materials Academic Success Center

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