U.S. News & World Report ranks the College of Education’s graduate programs at #88 nationally in 2020. Ready to join the next generation of educators, administrators, and human service professionals? Graduates leave Auburn prepared to impact schools, communities, and businesses.
After completing the Master’s Accelerator, you will progress into a 30-credit, non-thesis degree from the College of Education. Completion of the educator preparation graduate programs does not lead to recommendation or licensure in the United States.
Want to study in a top engineering program? Auburn’s Samuel Ginn College of Engineering is ranked the #69 Best Graduate Engineering School by U.S. News & World Report for 2020. Students come from around the world to learn from expert faculty, research in state-of-the-art laboratories, and gain real-world experience through exciting internships.
After completing the Master’s Accelerator, you will progress into the College of Engineering or the College of Agriculture to earn the remaining credits required for your degree.
Want to make a difference in your community, your government, and the world? Both the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Community Planning (MCP) programs offer career options in a variety of fields, including government, nonprofit organizations, international aid, community leadership, and community planning.
The MPA program combines coursework with practical internship experiences. The MCP program gives students the opportunity to work with real clients on real planning projects in almost every class.
After completing the Master’s Accelerator, you will progress into the College of Liberal Arts to earn the remaining credits required for your degree.
Because you’re good with numbers, here are two you should know. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics has 50+ professors, many of whom are internationally recognized for their research. Graduate level classes are small, usually with just 5 to 15 students. So while pursuing your degree from Auburn, you’ll get personal attention from your industry-leading professors.
After completing the Master’s Accelerator, you will progress into College of Sciences and Mathematics to earn the remaining credits required for your degree.