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Language of studies English
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Annual
16+
from 7 490 $ / semester

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Brief information:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, August, October;
  • Course duration: 15 weeks (for the spring and autumn semesters), 14 weeks (for the summer semester), 8 weeks (for the course starting in October);
  • Language level: from beginner.

The program is designed for those who need to improve their language level before entering Intu University of Alabama. Students from all over the world can take part in the program with any level of language proficiency. Students are divided into small groups of 12-15 people according to the level of the language. The training covers all the necessary disciplines and methods:

  • Reading;
  • Listening;
  • Written language;
  • Speaking;
  • Vocabulary and pronunciation;
  • Correct use of grammatical forms;
  • English for academic skills.

Classes with students are conducted by highly qualified teachers. Students can participate in several programs, if necessary. If the program is successfully completed and the level of the language is raised to the required level, the student can enroll in the Bachelor's and Master's programs of the Intu University of Alabama.

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12.01.2021 -30.04.2021 05.05.2021 -13.08.2021 17.08.2021 -10.12.2021
20+
from 16 170 $ / semester

About the educational program:

  • Age: From 20 years old;
  • Duration: 1 or 2 semesters;
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, August (on the directions: Preschool education, Special education, English as a second language teacher, Healthcare - classes start in January and August).

Preparation for the Master's program includes 15 different programs. The programs can be attended by students from any country who have a bachelor's degree and the required level of knowledge of English. All programs include classes in English and disciplines in the chosen specialty. Much attention is paid to developing practical work skills. On all programs, students improve their level of English by means of courses:

  • Reading level 1 and level 2;
  • Letter level 1 and level 2;
  • Speech level 1 and level 2;
  • Listening Level 1 and Level 2;
  • English for academic skills.

All programs last 1 or 2 semesters. The length of the program required by the student is determined by the level of knowledge of the language. If the level is high enough, student enters the semester program, where the main attention is paid to academic disciplines. If the level of the language needs to be improved, student receives a 2-semester program of study, where half of the study time is devoted to classes in English, and the other half to academic disciplines.

In the case of a successful completion of the preparatory program, the student is enrolled in the graduate department of the University of Alabama in the chosen specialty.

COLLEGE OF HUMANITARIAN AND TECHNICAL SCIENCES (College of Arts and Sciences):

  • Computer and Information Science:
    • Disciplines:
      • Database management systems;
      • Computer security;
      • Advanced programming;
      • Basics of Data Analytics.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Bioinformatics;
      • The developer of computer graphics;
      • Developer of parallel and distributed software systems;
      • Graphic designer of motion.
  • Computer Forensics and Security Management.:
    • Disciplines:
      • Introduction to Computer Forensics;
      • Network Security;
      • Investigation of online crimes;
      • Computer security;
      • Introduction to Business Programming.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Database Security Analyst;
      • Network Security Analyst;
      • Cloud Security Analyst;
      • Investigator of Internet crimes;
      • Analyst of the system of security and confidentiality.
  • Public Administration:
    • Disciplines:
      • Administrative Ethics;
      • Basics of Research in Public Administration;
      • Administrative Theory;
      • Methods of research.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Bodies of federal authority;
      • Local government bodies;
      • Organs Education;
      • Non-profit sector;
      • Private sector.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS (Collat ​​School of Business):

  • Business Administration (MBA):
    • Disciplines:
      • Accounting and Finance for Managers;
      • Management and organization;
      • Economics for Managers;
      • Quantitative analysis for managers.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Professional Marketing;
      • Manager;
      • Accountant;
      • Financial Services Representative;
      • Human Resources Specialist;
      • Business analyst.
  • Double program: Master of Business Administration or Master of Public Health:
    • Disciplines:
      • Social Science and Behavioral Science;
      • Accounting and Finance for Managers;
      • The Basics of Health Science;
      • Quantitative analysis for managers.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Health Industry;
      • Manager;
      • Accountant;
      • Financial Services Specialist;
      • Business analyst.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION (School of Education):

  • Early Childhood Education:
    • Disciplines:
      • Introduction to Special Education;
      • Teaching methods;
      • Cognitive Psychology;
      • Teaching and learning.
    • 2. Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Specialist in preschool education / teacher.
  • Special Education:
    • Disciplines:
      • Introduction to Special Education;
      • Seminar "first experience";
      • Teaching methods for autism disorders;
      • Sensory, medical and physical methods of auxiliary and educational technology.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Specialist of special education / teacher.
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages ​​(TESOL):
    • Disciplines:
      • Theory of teaching the second language;
      • Grammar for teachers and methods of teaching English as a foreign language;
      • Teaching adult learners.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Teacher of TESOL / teacher of English.

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING (School of Engineering):

  • Civil Engineering:
    • Disciplines:
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 1;
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 2;
      • Sustainable building or engineering business;
      • Creation of information modeling or engineering business.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Engineer-builder;
      • Contractor;
      • Design engineer;
      • Instructor;
      • Research Assistant;
      • Engineer-builder;
      • System engineer.
  • Design and Commercialization:
    • Disciplines:
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 1;
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 2;
      • System Engineering;
      • Special Courses.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Design engineer;
      • Process Engineer;
      • System engineer;
      • Product Manager;
      • Innovation Manager;
      • Project manager.
  • Electrical Engineering.
    • Disciplines:
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 2;
      • Technical Communication for Engineers;
      • Applications for microprocessors;
      • Special Courses.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Electrical Engineer;
      • Design engineer;
      • Process Engineer;
      • Network Engineer.
  • Materials Engineering.
    • Disciplines:
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 1 and 2;
      • Processing of materials;
      • Boundaries of rocks;
      • Special Courses.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Mining engineer;
      • Material Advisor;
      • Project Engineer;
      • Design engineer;
      • Process Engineer;
      • The engineer for research and development.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
    • Disciplines:
      • Methods for practical engineering activities level 1 and 2;
      • Engineering analysis;
      • Special Courses.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Analyst;
      • Consultant;
      • Teacher;
      • Mechanical Engineer;
      • Product Designer;
      • The engineer for research and development.

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL PROFESSIONS (School of Health Professions):

  • Biotechnology (Biotechnology).
    • Disciplines:
      • Technology of nucleic acids;
      • Amino acids;
      • Commercialization level 1 and level 2.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Biotechnology Management;
      • Research and development in the field of biotechnology;
      • Regulation of biotechnology;
      • Marketing;
      • Commercialization of biotechnology products.

SCHOOL OF HEALTH (School of Public Health):

  • Public Health.
    • Disciplines:
      • Social and Behavioral Science;
      • Introduction to Epidemiology;
      • Fundamentals of Health Sciences;
      • Introduction to Community Health Programs.
    • Directions and specialties of employment:
      • Health and Safety Manager;
      • Health Analyst;
      • Educator for Health;
      • Bio-statistic;
      • Research analyst.
Annual
16+
from 7 490 $ / semester

Brief information:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, August, October;
  • Course duration: 15 weeks (for the spring and autumn semesters), 14 weeks (for the summer semester), 8 weeks (for the course starting in October);
  • Language level: from beginner.

The program is designed for those who need to improve their language level before entering Intu University of Alabama. Students from all over the world can take part in the program with any level of language proficiency. Students are divided into small groups of 12-15 people according to the level of the language. The training covers all the necessary disciplines and methods:

  • Reading;
  • Listening;
  • Written language;
  • Speaking;
  • Vocabulary and pronunciation;
  • Correct use of grammatical forms;
  • English for academic skills.

Classes with students are conducted by highly qualified teachers. Students can participate in several programs, if necessary. If the program is successfully completed and the level of the language is raised to the required level, the student can enroll in the Bachelor's and Master's programs of the Intu University of Alabama.

05.05.2021 -13.08.2021 12.01.2021 -30.04.2021
17+
from 16 960 $ / semester

About the educational course:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years old;
  • Duration of the programs: 1, 2 or 3 semesters;
  • Beginning of education: January, May, August;
  • Level of education: Diploma of secondary school;
  • GPA: from 2.0;
  • Knowledge of English:
    • TOEFL 50 / IELTS 5.0 (for 3-semester programs);
    • TOEFL 60 / IELTS 5.5 (for 2-semester programs);
    • TOEFL 77 / IELTS 6.0 (for semester programs).
  • Language of instruction: English;
  • Participants: International students.

International Year One is a special program through which foreign students can enter the undergraduate degree without additional training and time loss. Training lasts 1, 2 or 3 semesters, the choice of duration depends on the level of English (the higher the level, the shorter the program). All participants must have completed school education and good academic performance. Applicants from any country of the world can apply for the International Year One. Training is conducted in different directions, after each of which specific bachelor's programs are available, there are in total 7 directions available:

  • Business;
  • Science;
  • Computer Science;
  • Engineering;
  • General Studies;
  • Pre-Nursing;
  • Public Health.

Course characteristics of the International Year One:

  • Students start earning credits, which are then included in the main training program;
  • Students have excellent opportunities to develop their skills and abilities.

Teachers and staff of the University provide students with support on all academic and life issues, helping them to adapt to the educational system at the American University and the way of life in the state and country

A student enrolled at the university through the International Year One ends his studies at the same time as ordinary students (without losing time)

Small educational groups allow teachers a lot of time to devote to each student and find an individual approach.

Students 2 and 3-semester courses actively learn English, with them are highly qualified teachers-native speakers, who face the task in a short time and as much as possible qualitatively "pull up" the level of English in their wards. All participants study a complex of academic disciplines and subjects, as well as learning and research skills. Much attention is paid to career development, which subsequently greatly helps students to orientate themselves on the US labor market and correctly approach job search questions.

During the educational process, students acquire a rich baggage of knowledge, skills and abilities, and quite successfully continue their studies, moving to the basic bachelor's programs for the next semester in order (for example, after the semester program go to the second semester, etc.) and continuing education as ordinary students.

Directions of training and available undergraduate programs:

  • Business:
    • Accounting (BA);
    • Economics (BS);
    • Finance (BS);
    • Industrial Distribution (BS);
    • Information Systems (BS);
    • Management (BS);
    • Marketing (BS).
  • Computer Science:
    • Computer and Information Sciences (BA and BS);
  • Engineering:
    • Biomedical Engineering (BS);
    • Civil Engineering (BS);
    • Electrical Engineering (BS);
    • Materials Engineering (BS);
    • Mechanical Engineering (BS).
  • General Studies:
    • African American Studies (BA);
    • Anthropology (Anthropology (BA);
    • Art (BA);
    • Art (BFA);
    • Communication Studies (BA);
    • Criminal justice (BS);
    • Education (BA);
    • English Language (BA);
    • French language (BA);
    • History (BA);
    • International Relations (BA);
    • Mathematics (BS);
    • Music (BA);
    • Philosophy (BA);
    • Political Science (BA);
    • Psychology (BS);
    • Social Work (BA);
    • Sociology (BA);
    • Spanish language (BA);
    • Theater (BA).
  • Pre-Nursing:
    • Nursing (BS).
  • Public Health:
    • Public Health (BS).
  • Science:
    • Chemistry (BS);
    • Biology (BS);
    • Biomedical Sciences (BS);
    • Neuroscience (BS);
    • Physics (BS).

REQUIREMENTS FOR RECEIPT:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years old;
  • English language level for participation:
    • for 3-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 50 / IELTS 5.0 / PTEA 41 + / Academic English Level 3 / Password overall Level 5;
    • for semester programs: TOEFL iBT 77 / IELTS 6.0 / PTEA 51;
    • for 2-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 60 / IELTS 5.5 / PTEA 44 / Academic English Level 4 / Password overall level 6.
  • Level of Education: Diploma of High School Graduation;
  • GPA: from 2.0;
  • The test to identify the level of knowledge;
  • Participants: International students.
12.01.2021 -30.04.2021 05.05.2021 -13.08.2021 17.08.2021 -10.12.2021
16+
from 16 960 $ / semester
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