The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) is a public co-educational, state-supported research university within the University of Alabama System. With enrollment of approximately 7,400 students, UAH offers bachelor, Master, and Doctoral degrees in numerous fields, with a particular and broad strength in engineering and research disciplines. The programs and research centers at UAH provide the basis for numerous research and technology initiatives throughout CRP.
Faulkner University is based in Montgomery, Alabama, and has maintained a campus in Cummings Research Park since 1975. Faulkner University offers a variety of programs, including Bachelor, Associate, and Certificate programs in business administration, accounting, automated office systems, and computer information systems. Faulkner is also home to the Jones School of Law, arts and sciences programs, and biblical studies.
Florida Tech is the only independent scientific and technological university in the Southeast. Florida Tech has offered master's degree and graduate certificate programs to military personnel and civilians in the Huntsville area since 1976. Degree programs offered include master's of science degrees in acquisition and contract management, computer information systems, engineering management, human resources management, logistics management, operations management, project management and systems management. Florida Tech also offers a Master of Business Administration degree program in Huntsville. Florida Tech is the largest resident masters program in Alabama.
Strayer University has been in operation since 1892 and offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business administration, accounting, information systems, information technology, human resource management, education, health services administration, public administration, management and criminal justice to working adult students. Students can take classes online or at one of the University’s many campuses, including its Huntsville campus..