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Alabama, a constituent state of the United States of America, admitted to the union in 1819 as the 22nd state. Alabama forms a roughly rectangular shape on the map, elongated in a north-south direction. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, and Mississippi to the west. The Florida panhandle blocks Alabama’s access to the Gulf of Mexico except in Alabama’s southwestern corner, where Mobile Bay is located. Montgomery is the state capital.

The state offers much topographical diversity. The rich agricultural valley of the Tennessee River occupies the extreme northern part of the state. In northeastern Alabama, the broken terrain of the southwestern fringe of the Appalachian Mountains begins and continues in a southwesterly progression across the northern half of the state. Below that the band of prairie lowland known as the Black Belt has rich soils that once cradled a rural cotton-producing way of life central to the state’s development. Farther south stretch piney woods and then coastal plains until one reaches the moss-draped live oaks of Mobile and the white beaches of the gulf.

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In terms of higher education Alabama has state-supported four-year colleges, private colleges and universities, a large network of junior colleges and trade schools, and, increasingly, online degree-granting institutions. The University of Alabama system comprises the state’s original college at Tuscaloosa and newer campuses in Huntsville and Birmingham, the latter being home to a nationally renowned medical center. Auburn University and Alabama A & M (Agricultural and Mechanical) University, the state’s two land-grant institutions, provide the headquarters for agricultural extension work. Many African American college students are enrolled in historically Black institutions, the Top-known of which is Tuskegee University (founded in 1881), which was the home of its founder, Booker T. Washington, and the renowned agricultural chemist George Washington Carver.

In this article, we will primarily discuss Alabama’s online masters’ programs.

If you are a student wanting to take up an Alabama Online master’s Program, then you can start right here and keep reading. But, if you are looking to know more about master’s degrees in general and resources that can help you get a  particular online master’s degree you can look at our resource page here, or the particular online master’s program here.


Alabama Online Masters Programs – Details

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