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Fall 2013: ENROLLMENT

Part-Time​ ​Full-Time ​Total
​Undergraduate ​253 ​3802 ​4055
​Graduate ​329 ​640 969
​Total Students ​582 4442 ​5024

 

Fall 2013: GENDER DISTRIBUTION

Male​ Female​ ​Total
​Undergraduate​​ 1973​ ​2082 ​4055
Graduate​ 299 670 ​969
Total Students​ 2272 2752 5024

 

Fall 2013: ETHNICITY/RACE DEMOGRAPHICS

Undergraduate ​Graduate ​Total
American Indian/Alaskan Native​ 5 ​3 ​8
​Asian/Pacific Islander 13 23 36
​Black, non-Hispanic 3853 781 4634
​Hispanic ​36 ​13 49
White, non-Hispanic ​113 143 ​256
Race/Ethnicity Unknown 35 ​6 41
Total Students ​4055 ​969 5024
 

AAMU Employee (as of November 1, 2012)

Employee Type ​Full-time ​Part-time ​Total
Executive/Administrative​ 90 ​0 90
​Faculty ​242 75 ​317
​Staff 549 ​158 707
​Graduate Assistant ​0 ​87 ​87
​Total 881 320 ​1201
  

ALABAMA A&M SCHOOL ACCREDITATIONS

Programs Accreditation
Food Science​ ​IFT
​Forestry ​SAF
​Urban and Regional Planning ​PAB
​Education Administration ​NCATE
​Special Education ​NCATE
​Communicative Sciences & Disorders ​CAA
​Elementary Education ​NCATE
​Pre-Elementary Education ​NCATE
​Secondary Education ​NCATE
​Art Education ​NCATE
​Music Education ​NCATE
​Physical Education ​NCATE
​Civil Engineering ​ABET
​Computer Science ​ABET
​Electrical Engineering ​ABET
​Mechanical Engineering ​ABET
​Elec. Engineering Technologies ​ABET
​Mechanical Engineering Tech. ​ABET
​Family and Consumer Sciences ​AAFCS
​Psychology ​NCATE
​Clinical Psychology ​NCATE
​Counseling & Guidance ​NCATE
​Counseling Psychology ​NCATE
​Social Work ​CSWE
 

QUALITIES & ACHIEVEMENTS

  • The only 1890 land grant university offering four Ph.D. degree programs
  • Home to one of the largest graduate schools among HBCUs (1000 + students)
  • Listed among the Top 50 in Black Enterprise/Day Star’s first rating
  • Home to a nationally accredited family and consumer sciences program, offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees
  • Home to nationally accredited site in rehabilitative counselor education
  • AAMU is a leading producer of African-American Ph.D.’s in Physics and the nation’s leading producer for African-American Ph.D.’s in Plant and Soil Science
  • Its nearly 30-year-old MBA program offers more than 120 students concentrations in finance, accounting economics, logistics, management of information systems and marketing
  • Nationally accredited program in Speech Pathology since 1994
  • A Nobel Laureate has visited the campus every year since 1997
  • One of few HBCUs offering a baccalaureate degree program in telecommunications
  • North Alabama’s only source for the accredited master’s degree in social work
  • Five AAMU students were listed on USA Today Academic Teams for four consecutive years, 1997 – 2000.
  • Site of a concentration in Space Physics.
  • In only a few short years, its athletic programs have become a formidable presence in the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC).
  • AAMU biotechnologists are making headway in the production of an “allergy-free” peanut