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Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University

Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University
4900 Meridian Street
Normal, AL 35762
From its roots as the Huntsville Normal School in 1875, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University has grown from a student body of 61 to over 6,000 students. Throughout its more than 130-year history, both the name and mission of this Alabama college have been altered to accommodate changing times. While Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University used to specialize in agricultural and trade programs, it has grown offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs that support professional, vocational, and liberal arts fields of study.

Thanks to continued expansion, Alabama A&M University is now comprised of six different schools and is home to a variety of programs. The School of Arts and Science, the School of Education, and the School of Engineering are only a sampling of the schools and opportunities available at this Alabama college. From mathematics and foreign languages to social work and electrical engineering, Alabama A&M University is sure to offer the courses and majors that you need in order to succeed in life.
Quick Facts:
  • Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University is accredited by the Southern Associations for Colleges and Schools (SACS).
  • This Alabama college has one of the largest graduate schools amongst other HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).
  • At Alabama A&M University the student-faculty ratio is 17 to 1.
  • The MBA program at Alabama A&M University instructs over 100 students in fields such as finance, logistics, and marketing.
  • Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University offers a concentration in space physics.

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