Nursing at The University of Alabama at Birmingham

Snapshot of The University of Alabama at Birmingham

The University of Alabama at Birmingham opened in 1936 as an extension center. Since 1969, the university has been an autonomous institution and is one of three members of The University of Alabama System. This school is recognized for academic excellence in natural sciences, medicine and research.

The University of Alabama at Birmingham At a glance

17,543

Students

42:58

Male: Female

public

Institution Type

none

Religious Affiliation

urban

Campus Setting

Nursing at The University of Alabama at Birmingham

92.6%

NCLEX Pass Rate

CCNE

Accreditation

$12,500-$57,100

Tuition

Nursing Programs offered

    • Traditional BSN
    • Second Degree BSN
    • RN-BSN Mobility
    • Nurse Practitioner (M.S.N.)
    • Nurse Educator (M.S.N.)
    • Nursing Informatics (M.S.N.)
    • Nurse Administrator (M.S.N.)
    • Accelerated Master's Entry to Nursing Pathway (AMNP)
    • D.N.P.
    • Nurse Anesthesia
    • Ph.D.

Location