Students and faculty at the Hampton University School of Science are thrilled to announce that their school has been chosen to receive a $1 million grant. The grant is awarded by the National Science Foundation‘s HBCU Research Infrastructure in Science and Engineering foundation, also known as RISE. Hampton University will use the grant to construct […]
HBCU Education Programs: How to Pick a Major and More
You’ve chosen your HBCU – now it’s time to choose your major! HBCU educations programs come in a wide variety – from private, liberal focused to public with a focus on trades. Having so many options at your fingertips can be both amazing and intimidating. Our articles on HBCU education programs are here to help you make it through the maze.
Having a full view of the variety of HBCU education programs out there can provide guidance on careers you’ve been interested in and insight into ones you’ve never considered. For instance, maybea career in pharmacy has interested you – Howard University, in Washington DC, has an exceptional program. Maybe you’re interested in a very specialized degree, such as a Doctorate of Physical Therapy. We offer a list of HBCU education programs focused on just that degree.
Check back often for the latest news and updates on HBCU education programs as your academic and career goals expand!
Students in the Howard University College of Pharmacy are gaining real-world experience in international pharmacy through a new rotation program that arranges placements in at least five countries. Four students recently started rotations in India and Qatar. The international pharmacy rotation program was launched last year to give students practical experience in international health care […]
Since 2009, 19 students have become eligible to take the Certified Education Health Specialist (CHES) credentialing exam at the Florida A&M University (FAMU) Institute of Public Health. Each of those students successfully passed the exam, allowing FAMU to hold the distinction of having a 100 percent pass rate on one of the nation’s most respected […]
The Howard University School of Business has maintained its business accreditation by AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Founded in 1916, AACSB International is the longest serving global accrediting body for business schools that offer undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degrees in business and accounting. AACSB Accreditation is the hallmark of excellence in […]
Alabama State University‘s Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance program is only a few months old, but it already is paying big dividends. Freshmen dance majors Lauren Smith and Jaylon Givan have been selected to represent the South Region of the American College Dance Festival Association (ACDFA) in June. Givan, a Birmingham native, said he […]
Florida A&M University’s oldest academic program is adding to its legacy. The College of Education recently received approval from the Board of Trustees to offer a Master of Education degree in curriculum and instruction beginning this fall. According to the College’s Interim Dean Patricia Green-Powell, Ph.D., the program allows FAMU to lead the charge in […]
If you love to help others and want a truly challenging job, Physical Therapy might just be your ideal career. This field requires a thorough education and true dedication to your patients. The rewards, however – such as seeing a wounded veteran take his first post-injury steps – are too great to measure. Here are […]
ABET accreditation is the mark of an outstanding engineering school. Find your best college choices among these ABET-accredited HBCUs.