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Graduate Programs listed are Degree Programs organized by schools and colleges. Here you can determine if we offer the distance education program you are looking for and then use the available links to obtain more specific information or to apply. For a complete list of academic requirements, please see the Auburn University Bulletin.


College of Agriculture

The College of Agriculture currently offers three distance education graduate degree programs.

College of Architecture, Design, and Construction

Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business’ online programs blend traditional instruction with modern technology to extend educational opportunities beyond campus. Students can improve their educational credentials from their home or work site while also balancing career or family obligations. The programs are fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). Online students receive the same quality of instruction and assignments as campus participants. Although most online programs are available only to U.S. residents or military serving overseas with either an APO or FPO box, the MSIS online program is available to acceptable applicants who can meet the proctoring guidelines.

College of Education

The College of Education is fast becoming a leader in providing distance education programs on the Auburn University campus and beyond. Whether offering full degree programs or individual courses to support those programs, distance education opportunities are continuing to grow.

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

The College of Engineering Graduate Online Program (GOP) combines traditional instruction with modern delivery methods to offer graduate degrees beyond Auburn's campus. We offer graduate degrees in aerospace, chemical, civil, computer science and software, electrical, industrial and systems, materials, and mechanical. This program allows students to advance their education by pursuing a graduate degree in engineering at home or work without disrupting their career or relocating their family.

College of Human Sciences

The College of Human Sciences is committed to broadening the scope of Distance Education opportunities at Auburn University. Serving students in both the traditional classroom and non-traditional virtual educational experience, CHS faculty and staff are working to make your experience great. Whether your objective is to complete a full graduate program online or to supplement your undergraduate classroom experience with a distance course, CHS is here to help with a constantly expanding distance offering.

  • Contact: CHS Academic Affairs Office | (334) 844-4790

Last Updated: July 22, 2014