Graduate Student Admissions

At AUM, you can pursue your Master's degree in more than 51 fields, as well as a doctoral degree in Public Administration and Public Policy in conjunction with Auburn University. As a metropolitan campus, it's our mission to provide diverse educational opportunities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. We use both traditional classroom and electronic delivery systems to ensure that the process of earning your degree fits your life. To that end, you'll find an environment here conducive to teaching, research, scholarship and collaboration with government agencies, our community, and other educational institutions.

START THIS SUMMER AND SAVE!

Some AUM graduate programs are offering
special savings on tuition for approved courses.
If you are a new AUM grad student or were a
previous AUM undergraduate in one of the
academic programs covered under the
Summer Incentive, you're eligible for
tuition breaks. 

College of Education
College of Business
Master of Liberal Arts
Master of Science in Nursing
Master of Science in Public Administration 

Ask about Summer Savings today!

 

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International Graduate Studies Information

 

Our Master's degrees are administered by their respective colleges:

College of Business

  • Master of Business Administration: GMAT
    • Executive Master of Business Administration: Five years managerial experience
  • Master of Information Systems Management: GMAT or General Section of GRE
  • Master of Accountancy: GMAT
  • Master of Healthcare Administration: GMAT — Available Fall 2018

College of Education

  • Alternative Master of Education: Bachelor's degree, prerequisite coursework, AECAP test, General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Traditional Master of Education: General Section of GRE or MAT, Class B teaching certificate
  • Master of Education in Exercise Science: General Section of GRE or MAT. Sport Management (certification and non-certification) is an optional area of specialization
  • Master of Education in Instructional Leadership: Three years teaching experience, Class B teaching certificate, General Section of GRE or MAT, portfolio, interview
  • Master of Education in Counseling: (School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health options): Bachelor’s degree, General Section of GRE or MAT, portfolio, interview
  • Master of Education in Instructional Technology: General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Education Specialist: Master's Degree, Class A teaching certificate, General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Education Specialist (non-certification): Master Degree, General Section of GRE or MAT

College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

  • Master of Liberal Arts: General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Master of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Management: General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Master of Public Administration: General Section of GRE or MAT and portfolio
  • Master of Political Science: General Section of GRE or MAT and portfolio
  • Master of Science in Justice and Public Safety: General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Master of Science in Applied Economics: GMAT or General Section of GRE if undergraduate GPA is below a 2.5 (beginning Fall 2017)
  • Master of Teaching Writing: General Section of GRE or MAT, portfolio

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

  • Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator for Interprofessional Practice – Available Summer 2018
  • Graduate Certificate in Nursing Education
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice (Post-Masters) Pending approval from SACSCOC

College of Sciences

  • Master of Science in Psychology: General Section of GRE or MAT, portfolio. Applicants are considered for admission each fall semester; portfolios must be submitted no later than April 15
  • Master of Science in Geographic Information Systems: General Section of GRE or MAT
  • Master of Science in Computer Science Pending approval from SACSCOC
  • Master of Science in Computer Information Systems and Cyber Security: General Section of GRE

For specific information on graduate programs, please see the AUM Graduate Catalog or contact the appropriate graduate department.

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