Alabama Graduate Schools Comparison
Graduate Schools in Alabama
For academic year 2019-2020, 32 graduate schools are active - 15 public and 17 private graduate schools.
- The 2020 average graduate tuition & fees of Alabama graduate schools is $10,691 for Alabama residents and $16,055 for out-of-state students. Auburn University has the highest graduate tuition & fees of $31,956 and Selma University has the lowest graduate tuition & fees of $1,880.
- Total 48,788 students have enrolled in graduate schools in Alabama. University of Alabama at Birmingham is the largest graduate school with 8,087 graduate students. For the enrollment statistics, we exclude colleges whose rate of online students is higher than 50%.
- Auburn University offers the most number of graduate programs of 132 programs.
- Auburn University offers the most number of online graduate programs of 26 programs via distance learning.
31 Graduate Schools in Alabama Comparison Table
Next table lists all graduate schools located in Alabama. You can sort them to compare the schools focusing on specific topics by clicking each column title. The "-" value in table means that the corresponding data has not been reported or available.
|College Name||Alabama Residents Tuition & Fees||Out-of-State Tuition & Fees||Student Population (Total)||Graduate Student Population||Number of Graduate Programs||Number of Full-time Faculty|
|Alabama A & M University|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham|
|University of Alabama in Huntsville|
|Alabama State University|
|The University of Alabama|
|Athens State University|
|Auburn University at Montgomery|
|Heritage Christian University|
|Jacksonville State University|
|University of West Alabama|
|University of Mobile|
|University of Montevallo|
|University of North Alabama|
|University of South Alabama|
|Spring Hill College|
|United States Sports Academy|
|Huntsville Bible College|
|Columbia Southern University|
Orange Beach, AL
|Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine|