10 HBCUs That Graduate The Most Black STEM Students


Florida A&M University

Florida A&M graduates have degrees primarily focused in the agricultural, physical and engineering sciences. According to the study, the Tallahassee, Florida, university ranks third overall in the number of STEM degrees awarded, and it is a leader in engineering. The university is also a member of the Thurgood Marshall Fund that helps with student aid by providing scholarships.

AAMU-Accreditation-Reaffirmed-For-Next-10-YearsAlabama A&M University

Alabama A&M is the leading HBCU in agricultural sciences, according to the study, with 49 percent of all degrees awarded. The university in Huntsville, Alabama, ranks fourth overall in STEM degrees awarded to graduates.

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