A mid-sized university with a substantial number of degree programs, research-based academics, diverse social and cultural activities and courses for senior citizens University of Alabama Huntsville is large enough to offer many opportunities, but small enough to foster a sense of community.
Programs in the Liberal Arts, Sciences, Humanities, Performing Arts, Business, Engineering, Nursing and other fields may be found at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels.
Research is a significant part of the Huntsville learning experience. Astrophysics, Earth Science, Engineering, Information Technology, Robotics and Nanotechnology are just some of the fields in which Huntsville students and faculty conduct research.
Performing arts events, social activities, religious, academic, multicultural and service organizations and activities are all part of Huntsville’s student life.
Huntsville’s Osher program for lifelong learning is exclusively designed for senior citizens who wish to take a class of personal, academic or creative interest.
Admission to Huntsville is based on standard criteria including SAT or ACT scores and grades.
Students may also receive financial aid, based on eligibility requirements.
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