The University of Alabama Honors College offers seven distinctive honors programs across numerous disciplines.
From the establishment of the Honors College in 2003, it has been home to the University Honors Program, Randall Research Scholars Program (formerly Computer Based Honors) and University Fellows Experience.
The Honors College is proud to partner with the College of Arts & Sciences through the Blount Scholars Program and McCollough Institute for Pre-Medical Scholars; and the Culverhouse College of Business through the STEM Path to the MBA and CREATE Path to the MBA.
University Honors ProgramThe University Honors Program serves to provide an academic experience that fulfills the Honors vision “to inspire students to connect with others as they become Critical and Creative Thinkers, Ethical and Empathetic Citizens, and Collaborative and Inclusive Leaders within their chosen fields of study and beyond.”
Randall Research Scholars ProgramThe Randall Research Scholars Program is a nationally-recognized undergraduate research program which pairs academically elite students with leading research professors and cutting edge computing technology to complete scholarly research projects in any field of study.
University Fellows ExperienceUniversity Fellows Experience prepares able and dedicated students for remarkable lives of leadership and service in their community, state, nation, and world. Upon program completion, University Fellows Experience students earn a minor in Social Innovation and Leadership.
College of Arts and Sciences
Blount Scholars ProgramThe Blount Scholars Program is a selective, four-year, living and learning community at The University of Alabama featuring small, seminar-style classes, intensive interaction with faculty, and an integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum leading to a minor in Liberal Arts. Blount Scholars Program is open to students of any major.
McCollough Institute for Pre-Medical ScholarsThe McCollough Pre-Medical Institute prepares future medical leaders with unique, interdisciplinary studies in medicine to aid in development of the complex skills involved in the practice of medicine and offers a minor in interdisciplinary medical studies within a living-learning community.
Culverhouse College of Business
STEM Path to the MBAThe STEM Path to the MBA allows high-achieving undergraduate students majoring in STEM disciplines to complete coursework to earn an MBA from the Manderson Graduate School of Business in only one calendar year beyond the completion of an undergraduate degree.
CREATE Path to the MBAThe CREATE Path to the MBA offers high-achieving undergraduate students majoring in traditionally creative disciplines the opportunity to complete coursework to earn an MBA from the Manderson Graduate School of Business in one calendar year beyond the completion of an undergraduate degree.
College of Engineering
EPIC Scholars ProgramThe EPIC Scholars Program will develop a diverse network of engineering and computer science leaders who advocate for diversity, equity, inclusion and justice in the engineering and computer science professions.
Other Academic Options