Postgraduate degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) at Tuskegee University increase your ability to land a job. Earning a master’s and a Ph.D. is worth it.
A recent poll has grad employment rate at Tuskegee first among 14 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) in Alabama. HBCUs in the state include Oakwood, Selma, Stillman College, and Talladega College.
This fall, Tuskegee launched a program for cybersecurity experts to help fill some of the 209,000 jobs nationwide.
Last month Tuskegee was one of eight recipients of the National Science Foundation’s Partnerships for Research and Education in Materials (PREM) grants.
The PREM partnerships encourage a diverse cohort of young scientists and engineers to stay in materials research and move on to rewarding careers in the field.
Tuskegee University researchers are working to reuse plastic waste, Styrofoam, and bubble wrap.
Plus, a new Tuskegee test for diagnosing aggressive form of breast cancers in African-American women at a very early stage is awaiting approval from the Food and Drug Administration.