Graduate Student Admission
As a metropolitan campus of Auburn University, our mission is to provide quality and diverse educational opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate levels through use of traditional and electronic delivery systems, and to foster and support an environment conducive to teaching, research, scholarship, and collaboration with government agencies, our community, and other educational institutions.
We offer master’s programs in 51 fields as well as a doctoral degree in Public Administration and Public Policy in conjunction with Auburn University.
Auburn University at Montgomery, with approval from the Auburn University Board of Trustees, will reduce its out-of-state tuition to 2.25 times in-state tuition from the current rate of 3 times in-state tuition effective Fall 2014.
College of Business
College of Education
Education Specialist (Ed.S): Master's Degree, Class A teaching certificate and general section of GRE or MAT.
- Exercise Science: Master's Degree
- Master of Education in Sport Management (certification)
- Master of Education in Sport Management (non-certification)
- Physical Education Teacher Education: Master's Degree
Traditional Master of Education (M.Ed.): General Section of GRE or MAT and in most cases a Class B teaching certificate.
Alternative Master of Education (M.Ed.): Bachelor's degree and general section of GRE or MAT.
College of Arts and Sciences
Master of Liberal Arts (M.L.A.): General Section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Sociology (M.A.S. or M.S.S.): Bachelor's degree and GRE. Cooperative program with Auburn University. Must apply through Auburn University.
Master of Cybersystems and Information Security (C.S.I.S.): General section of GRE or MAT.
Master of International Relations (M.I.R.): General section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.): General section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Political Science (M.P.S.): General section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Science in Psychology (M.S.P.G.): General section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Science in Justice & Public Safety (M.S.J.P.) Homeland Security Option:General Section of GRE or MAT.
Master of Teaching Writing: Bachelor's degree and general section of GRE or MAT.
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
For specific information on graduate programs, please see the AUM Graduate Catalog or contact the appropriate graduate department.
Also see the Step-by-Step Guide on applying to graduate programs at AUM.