Online Program Overview at The University of Alabama

The University of Alabama is a Public, 4 or more years school located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. It offers graduate degrees as well as undergraduate degrees. For academic year 2018-2019 the tuition & fees are $10,780 for Alabama residents and $29,230 for other students in average.

The University of Alabama offers 203 degree program. Of that, the distance learning opportunity is given to 30 programs - 10 Bachelor's, 14 Master's, 2 Doctorate, 4 Post-Bachelor's or Post-Master's Certificate.
Online Degree Key Facts
The University of Alabama
School NameThe University of Alabama
TypePublic, 4 or more years
Address739 University Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL
Online Students11,697
Tuition & Fees (2018-2019)In-State$10,780
Student to Faculty23:1 (4.35%)
Online Degree Programs
Total30 Programs
Bachelor's10 Programs
Master's14 Programs
Doctorate2 Programs
Post-Graduate4 Programs

2019 Tuition & Fees

Next table and chart describe 2018-2019 tuition & fees at The University of Alabama and costs trends last 5 years. Each cost is an average amount over the offered programs. For Alabama resident, the tuition & fees are $10,780 and $29,230 for non-Alabama resident.
Tuition Changes (2015-2019) - The University of Alabama
Undergraduate (In-State)$9,826$10,170$10,470$10,780$10,780
Undergraduate (Out-of-State)$24,950$25,950$26,950$28,100$29,230
Graduate (In-State)$9,826$10,170$10,470$10,780$10,780
Graduate (Out-of-State)$24,950$25,950$26,950$28,100$29,230
Tuition & Feee at The University of Alabama

Online Programs By Area of Study

The University of Alabama offers 203 degree programs through Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate, Post-Graduate Certificate programs. Of that, 30 programs can be conferred by distance learning - 10 Bachelor's, 14 Master's, 2 Doctorate, 4 Post-Bachelor's or Post-Master's. Next table summarises the number of degree programs by degree types.
Total Number of Online Degree Programs At The University of Alabama
CertificateAssociate'sBachelor's Master'sDoctorate Post-Graduate
Online ProgramsNOT OFFEREDNOT OFFERED10 1424
Overall ProgramsNOT OFFEREDNOT OFFERED76 72496
Next tables list each online program with offered degrees. The number on each columns denotes the conferred degree on the program. The numbers includes completers through on-campus classes and partial online classes as well as only online classes. Only in Classroom means that the program is offered only on-site classes and not offered denotes that the school does not offer the program.

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Work and Family Studies
Legal Studies
Library Science
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
Human Services
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences

Distance Learning Program Student Population

At The University of Alabama, there are 38,563 students including in both undergraduate and graduate schools, with full-time and part-time status. Of that. 11,697 students were attending classes through distance learning. (4,100 students are enrolled exclusively and 7,597 are enrolled in some)
Distance Learning Enrollment Distribution - The University of Alabama
Total Enrollment38,563
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,100
Enrolled in Some But Not All Online Courses7,597
Not Enrolled In Any Online Courses26,866
By student location, of total 4,100 enrolled exclusively in online courses, 2,218 Alabama Residents were enrolled in online classes exclusively, 1,085 students living in U.S. States other than Alabama, and 775 non-U.S. students enrolled in online courses.
Distance Learning Enrollment By Student Location - The University of Alabama
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,100
Alabama Resident2,218
Other State In U.S.1,107
Outside of U.S.775
Distance Learning Enrollment By Degree - The University of Alabama
Enrolled Exclusively in Online Courses4,100
Distance Learning Enrollment Undergraduate Students - The University of Alabama
Enrolled Exclusively in Undergraduate Online Courses2,580
Degree/Certificate Seeking-
Non-Degree/Certificate Seeking-

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