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Alabama State University-Black College in the Spotlight…


 As we know,college is so important.

I was thinking there should be more

black colleges in every state. I want

to go to a black college. For others

who want to major in specific things,

this college could possibly be an option.

Look at the advantages:

This university is the #1 with

African American Teachers

This college has 4 degree progms

31 bachelors and 11 master.

Their programs:

accountancy degree program, an occupational therapy program, a health information program, a clinical doctorate in physical therapy

More included in their college is;

an interdisciplinary clinic, three therapeutic rehabilitation labs, state-of-the-art Gross Anatomy Lab, Laboratory for the Analysis of Human Motion (LAHM), a Women’s Health/Cardiopulmonary lab, and a health sciences computer lab, and WVAS-FM 90.7; the 80,000-watt, university operated public radio station.
   Alabama State University has a college

of Arts and Sciences,

 8 of the departments  in the College of
Arts and  Sciences involve

1. Communications

  •  Biological Sciences
  • History and Political Science
  • Social Work
  • Sociology and Criminal Justice
  • Languages and Literatures
  • Mathematics and Computer Sciences
  • Physical Sciences

College of Business has these departments:

  • Accounting
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Finance
  • Management(Service Organizational Management)
  • Marketing (Direct Marketing and Franchising)  
  •  College of Education, at ASU is divided

    into the categories listed:

    • Curriculum and Instruction, that houses Secondary Education, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Reading, and Special Education;
    • Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, that houses Health Education, Physical Education, and Recreational Therapy
    • Instructional Support Programs, that houses Counselor Education, General Counseling, Library Education Media, Administration; and Educational Leadership, Policy and Law.
    • Foundations and Psychology, that houses Business Education, Foundations of Education, and Psychology.

    College of Health Sciences At Alabama

    State University has 3 clubs:

    1. Student Health Information Management Association (SHIMA)
    2. Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
    3. Student Physical Therapy Organization (SPTO)


    of Visual and Performing Arts,

    Division of Aerospace Studies:

    • You can get training for the air force

    School of Graduate Studies and

    University College.

    Here is the link to the college:


    One thought on “Alabama State University-Black College in the Spotlight…

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