Auburn Global offers challenging graduate programs, small class sizes, a diverse campus experience, and rewarding career opportunities. Click through below to learn more about the entry criteria for our graduate degrees.
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With top engineering degree programs in the USA, Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is ranked #55 for graduate engineering schools by U.S. News & World Report (2023-2024). Students come from around the world to learn from expert faculty, conduct research in state-of-the-art laboratories, and gain real-world experience through resume-building internships.
Aerospace Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
Biosystems Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
- Available through the College of Agriculture
Chemical Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
Computer Science and Software Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
Data Science & Engineering – STEM designated
- Data Engineering Option (MS)
Materials Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
Mechanical Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
Polymer and Fiber Engineering (Non-thesis) – STEM designated
Auburn’s College of Education — ranked #99 by U.S. News & World Report (2023-2024) — prepares students to be the next generation of educators, administrators, and human service professionals. Graduates leave Auburn prepared to make a positive impact in schools, communities, and businesses.
Agriscience Education (MS)
Business/Marketing Education (MS)
Early Childhood Education (MS)
English for Speakers of Other Languages (MEd)
English Language Arts Education (MS)
Foreign Language Education (MS)
Music Education (MS)
Reading Education (MS)
Auburn’s Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Community Planning (MCP) programs prepare you for a career in government, nonprofit organizations, international aid, community leadership, and community planning.
Master of Community Planning (MCP) – STEM designated
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Auburn’s College of Sciences and Mathematics offers small class sizes, internationally recognized professors, and on-campus research opportunities.
- Non-thesis program
Data Science & Engineering (MS) – STEM designated
- Data Science Option
Mathematics (MS) – STEM designated
- Thesis program
Statistics (MS) – STEM designated
- Non-thesis program
Auburn Global has four tracks specifically designed to set international graduate students up for success. Our admissions team will place you in the appropriate track for your needs. Visit the Graduate Admission’s page to learn more about:
- Entry Requirements
- Typical Costs
- Important Dates
- Application instructions