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About the School:

The University of Alabama at Birmingham is a part of the "University of Alabama System". It was established as an academic extension center back in 1936. But as of 1966, UAB became a fully autonomous university. UAB currently offers 140 programs through 12 academic divisions. Students can enroll in courses in the fields of social and behavioral sciences, the liberal arts, business, education, engineering, and medical studies. The university currently enrolls approx. 22 thousand students.

In addition to being a powerhouse in academic, clinical, and research innovation, UAB also plays a major role in the country's economic development. The university supports over 64 thousand professionals throughout Alabama and generates approx. $7 billion in economic impact.

Online Presence:

The University of Alabama at Birmingham offers both online and blended courses via their eLearning platform. Students can enroll in any of the bachelor's, master's, doctoral degrees, and professional certifications through this online platform. You can get the complete list of courses by visiting their UAB Online

Laptop Programs:

UAB offers laptops via their Laptop Loaner Program. Students can use a university-provided laptop for the duration of their enrollment in UAB. To see if you are eligible, log in with your BlazerNet account. To know more about the program, visit Supporting Students section.

Accreditation:

University of Alabama at Birmingham – UAB Online is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

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