Alabama A&M Majors


Alabama A&M Majors


  • Arts 6


  • Accounting 6
  • Business Administration and Management 26
  • Finance 13
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management 13
  • Marketing 5
  • Urban, Community and Regional Planning 4


  • Early Childhood Education 2
  • Elementary Education 17
  • Physical Education Teaching and Coaching 26
  • Special Education and Teaching 9

Health Professions

  • Food Science 9


  • English 10
  • Family Studies and Consumer Sciences 8
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities 18
  • Music History and Literature 5
  • Political Science and Government 13
  • Psychology 12
  • Social Work and Youth Services 22
  • Sociology 4

Protective Services

  • Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration 12

Science, Technology, and Math

  • Agriculture 3
  • Animal Sciences and Husbandry 4
  • Biology 43
  • Chemistry 6
  • Civil Engineering 11
  • Computer and Information Studies 27
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering 27
  • Forestry 1
  • Mathematics & Statistics 4
  • Mechanical Engineering 23
  • Physics 2

Trades and Personal Services

  • Construction Engineering Technician 3
  • Electrical Engineering Technician 5
  • Industrial Production Technician 7
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician 10
  • Radio and Television Broadcasting Technician 7

Located in Normal, Alabama, Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University (also referred to as AAMU or Alabama A&M University) is a public school. Historically, AAMU was a predominantly black university. It is also a member of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. It has several academic programs that are recognized and ranked by U.S. News and World Report and is a fully accredited college.

AAMU offers over 40 bachelor’s degree programs, about 25 master’s programs, and 5 doctoral degree programs, as well as one EdS all within five undergraduate divisions. Undergraduate divisions at AAMU include: Arts & Sciences, Engineering & Technology, Education, Agricultural & Environmental and Business. For students with excellent academic records, AAMU offers an Honors program.

With nearly 350 faculty members across all programs, there is a very low student to professor ratio. In fact, there are less than 40 students per professor in more than 80 percent of classes offered at AAMU and the average student-to-faculty ration is only 20:1. The university attracts students from across the United States and throughout the world. Currently, the university is represented with student from 11 foreign countries and 44 U.S. states.




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