About Florida A&M University
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University was founded on October 3, 1887 and is a member of the State University System of Florida. It is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and serves more than 12,000 full time students. It offers 62 bachelor’s degrees and 39 master’s degrees. The university has 13 schools and colleges and one institute. The university also offers a juris doctor at its College of Law in Orlando. FAMU has 11 doctoral programs which includes 10 Ph.D. programs: chemical engineering; civil engineering; electrical engineering; mechanical engineering; industrial engineering; biomedical engineering; physics; pharmaceutical sciences; educational leadership; and environmental sciences.
For more than 123 years, Florida A&M University has served the citizens of the State of Florida and the nation through its preeminent educational programs that are the building blocks for a legacy of academic excellence with caring. FAMU, "Florida's Opportunity University," is committed to meeting the challenges and needs of future generations.
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