Graduate Students

Rise.

One simple word that means everything.

It represents what you can do in a career.

It represents what you can do to your earning potential.

We rise to the occasion, to the challenge, to the expectation.

We rise as a society when we continue to build on knowledge.

We rise as individuals when we become transformed by wisdom.

graduate and degrees

 

Let us not forget: Everything is a competition. Students compete for jobs after graduation and AUM competes with other schools to offer the most qualified professors, the best possible instruction, the most intimate learning environments, the most respected name and the best value in the area. And we are winning.

AUM has been recognized by multiple organizations and publications concerned with quality and substance. In 2011, U.S. News & World Report named AUM as a “Best Business School,” citing seven different areas in which we excel, while also naming our School of Education as a “Best Education School,” citing five different areas in which we excel. Likewise, four years in a row The Princeton Review named us as a “Best Business School.” There have been other awards and recognitions; however, we believe that what our students learn to apply as professionals is much more important. That’s the factor that makes our service the most valuable to you, and to the world. This is where you can expand your skills, improve your credentials and increase your earning potential.

Welcome to Auburn Montgomery Graduate Studies.

Rise.    

Top 3 Reasons to Choose

AUM Graduate Studies

    1. Top-notch instruction. Our Graduate Studies program has earned accolades from U.S. News & World Report, and The Princeton Review among others. Our extremely qualified and accomplished professors bring real-world experience to the classroom.
    2. Small classes. An excellent student/teacher ratio (6:1) means more personal attention and more answers to your own questions within the classroom environment.
    3. Outstanding value. The advanced level of our Graduate Studies program, in this area and at this cost, is extremely competitive.

Apply today or contact us to learn more. 

 

School of Liberal Arts


Master of Liberal Arts (M.L.A.)

Anthropology/Archaeology
Art
English
Geography and Geographic Information Systems (G.I.S.)
History
Spanish
Sociology
Theatre

M.A. / M.S. in Sociology (joint program with Auburn University)

School of Nursing


Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.)

Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (P.C.N.P.)
Nurse Educator (N.E.)

School of Education


Master of Education (M.Ed.)

Counseling Education
Elementary Education
Secondary Education
Instructional Technology

Exercise Science
Physical Education Teacher Education
Sport Management (Level A Certification)
Sport Management (non-certification)

Education Specialist (Ed.S.)

AA Level Certification:  

Counselor Education
       School Counseling (P-12)
       Counseling and Development
       (non-certification)
Early Childhood (P-3)
Instructional Leadership (P-12)
Elementary Education (K-6)
Physical Education (P-12)
Special Education
Collaborative Teacher (K-6, 6-12)

Alternative Master’s (M.Ed.)
A Level Certification   

Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (K-6)
Childhood Education
Art Education (P-12)
Physical Education (P-12)
Secondary Education/Biology
Secondary Education/English-Language Arts
Secondary Education/General Science
Secondary Education/History
Secondary Education/Mathematics
Secondary Education/Social Science
Special Education/Collaborative Teacher (6-12)
Early Childhood Special Education

School of Sciences


Master of Science (M.S.)

Cybersystems & Information Security
Justice and Public Safety
     Legal Studies
     Criminal Justice
Homeland Security & Emergency Management
Psychology
     Clinical Psychology/Thesis
     Clinical Psychology/Applied

Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.)

Master of Political Science (M.P.S.)

Master of International Relations (M.I.R.)

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (joint program with Auburn University)

Public Administration and Public Policy