Tabbed Content Region - Version 2 B

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University of South Alabama


The University of South Alabama, the only major public institution of higher learning on the upper Gulf Coast, was created by act of the Alabama State Legislature in May, 1963. With Alabama’s two older universities more than 200 miles distant, the University is strategically located in the greater Mobile area, which has a population of more than a million within a 100-mile radius.


The Gulf Coast Region

Exploration in the Mobile River area began in 1519 when the Spanish Admiral Alonzo Alvarez de Pineda entered and charted the area now known as Mobile Bay. The old fort, now known as Fort Morgan, guarding Mobile Bay, was first fortified by the Spanish in 1559. Settled in 1711 by the French, the bay area has had a tradition rich in culture and vital in the affairs of the nation from its formative years to the present.

Trade and shipping are vital to the economy of the area. Millions of tons of shipping are handled annually through the Port of Mobile, which is rated among the top ports in the country. More than fifteen million tons of shipping are carried yearly on the Tombigbee-Black Warrior waterway system with its modern locks and dams. The intracoastal waterway, crossing the southern end of the state, is connected at Mobile Bay with both inland and ocean shipping. Railroads and airlines serve the Bay area. Diversified farming, woodland crops, and seafood and fisheries are major factors in the area’s economy.

Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions


Biomedical Sciences
Emergency Medical Services
Speech Pathology and Audiology
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant Studies
Professional Health Sciences
Radiologic Sciences
Cardiorespiratory Care
 

College of Arts and Sciences

Air Force Studies
Biology
Chemistry
Communication
Dramatic Arts
Earth Sciences
Geography
Geology
Meteorology
English
Foreign Languages and Literatures
History
Interdisciplinary Programs
African-American Studies
Gender Studies
Gerontology
International Studies
Marine Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Military Science
Music
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science and Criminal Justice
Psychology
Public Administration
Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work
Visual Arts

Degree Requirements Information


Web Services is a division of the Computer Services Center (CSC) and is responsible for the design and maintenance of the USA homepage, secondary pages and most departmental and office pages. For many people, the USA home page and its associated web pages are the first point of contact with the University. The quality of electronic information published by USA is important in maintaining the strong reputation and image of the University. Information on the USA home pages is subject to the same policies and standards as print publications. The USA Web Policies set minimal standards to ensure that information published electronically is accurate, visually appealing, clearly presented and follows the same high standards as other forms of published information about the University.
 
 
 
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