At Best Online HBCUs, we provide comprehensive, unbiased information of the best online undergraduate and graduate degree programs at HBCUs across the United States and HBCUs in Alabama. Alabama has 63 degree-granting institutions. Most of these institutions were public: including 14 four-year schools and 24 two-year schools. The state was also home to 16 private nonprofit four-year schools. There were 255,777 undergraduate students enrolled in associate's and bachelor's degrees, and 48,788 students enrolled in master's and doctoral degrees in fall 2018.
Of the 63 institutions, 14 are HBCUs. These 14 institutions enrolled 36,963 students: 34,921 in undergraduate programs and 2,042 in graduate programs. All of the Alabama HBCUs are listed below. Take your time to discover more about each institution and what they can offer for your career objectives. Since we are focused on distance education, we have provided more details about the best online degree programs at those institutions.