Scholarly Opportunities

UAB gives you many experiences to mold you into the most well-rounded graduate imaginable. Scholarly opportunities can define your undergraduate experience.

  • Beckman Scholars Program Beckman Scholars Program

    The UAB Beckman Scholars Program is for exceptional students in the biological, chemical, and biomedical sciences. The program will provide the scholars with rigorous research training through intensive faculty mentoring.

  • Doctor of Physical Therapy Early Acceptance Program Doctor of Physical Therapy Early Acceptance Program

    Work hard through your undergraduate career and earn instant and automatic acceptance into the School of Health Professions with the Doctor of Physical Therapy Early Acceptance Program.

  • Early Medical School Acceptance Program Early Medical School Acceptance Program

    EMSAP is an elite program that offers highly qualified incoming freshmen guaranteed admission to UAB's School of Medicine, Dentistry, or Optometry after successful completion of the undergraduate degree.

  • Education Abroad Education Abroad

    With the UAB Education Abroad program, our students are going places!

  • Fast Track Programs Fast Track Programs

    Our fast track programs help you earn both an undergraduate and a master’s degree in just five years, moving you along your particular path and getting you ahead of the crowd.

  • Honors College Honors College

    Through innovative seminars and enhanced experiential learning opportunities, the UAB Honors College offers our most ambitious students the opportunity to participate in a close-knit community of emerging scholars.

  • Major-Specific Honors Programs Major-Specific Honors Programs

    Opportunities for high ability students, including the UAB Honors College and major-specific honors programs for upperclassmen.

  • Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research

    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.