About Auburn University at Montgomery
Auburn Montgomery is the metropolitan campus of Auburn University, a land-grant institution. Located on a 500-acre campus seven miles east of downtown Montgomery, AUM offers highly respected, accredited academic programs in a challenging but caring college environment. AUM has been chosen by The Princeton Review, as a “Best Southeastern College" and the AUM School of Business has been selected repeatedly as a "Best Business School."
Auburn Montgomery is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the bachelor's, master's and specialist degrees as well as the joint and cooperative doctoral degrees with Auburn University. AUM is broadly-based academic institution organized into five schools: Business, Education, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and Sciences. Undergraduate degrees include the Bachelor of Arts in communication and dramatic arts, English, fine arts, history, and international studies; and Bachelor of Science in business administration, education, justice and public safety, mathematics, physical science, political science, and psychology. AUM offers graduate degrees in all five schools and the Education Specialist degree. A Ph.D. in public administration and public policy is offered jointly with Auburn University.
Auburn Montgomery has a strong outreach program, comprised of five centers conducting applied research and providing consulting services, the Division of Continuing Education, and University Relations. Outreach units provide tens of millions of dollars in contract services annually to federal, state, and local government, as well as private-sector organizations.
Auburn Montgomery is committed to increasing our students skills related to globalization, and broadening their horizons through international travel and by recruiting international students. The university currently has 22 formal exchange agreements with universities in China and Korea, and international students on campus from 42 countries such as Australia, China, England, Korea, Iceland, Japan, Romania, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. AUM is also home to a Confucius Institute, one of only two such centers in Alabama, which helps promote understanding of Chinese language and culture.