Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU's) are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before 1965 with the intention of primary serving the African-American community. There are 107 HBCU's in the United States, including public and private institutions, community and four-year institutions, medical and law schools. Most were created in the aftermath of the American Civil War and are in the former slave states. Of the 107 HBCU institutions today; 27 offer doctoral programs and 52 provide graduate programs at the Master's level. At the undergraduate level, 83 of the HBCU's offer a bachelors degree program and 38 of these schools offer associate degrees. Roughly 10% of the HBCU's offered online degrees in 2013.
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