Graduate Degrees

Auburn Global offers 25 graduate degrees through the College of Engineering, College of Sciences and Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts, and College of Education. To learn more visit

  • Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • College of Education
  • College of Liberal Arts
  • College of Sciences and Mathematics

Life in Auburn, Alabama

Auburn is a charming college town with a population of 65,738, located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and just 1.5 hours from Atlanta. Its major industries include Education, health and social services, manufacturing, and technology.

Simple facts:
1. Established in 1856, a public institute
2. Auburn University is ranked #97 National Universities.
3. The school has 30,440 total enrollment.
4. International students are 4.9% of the student body.
5. Faculty with terminal degree: 86%
6. There are more than 150 majors from which students can choose
7. Auburn students have more than 300 clubs and organizations to choose from
8. More than 1,300 Auburn students study abroad each year.

Important Dates

Fall 2022

Application Deadline

July 13, 2022

I-20 Transfer Deadline

July 27, 2022

Payment Deadline

July 27, 2022

Arrival & Mandatory Check-in Date

August 10, 2022

Tuition & Cost

Tuition, housing, dining, and other fees vary by degree program, housing location, and preferences. Shorelight Signature Student Experience services — including visa help and career services — are included with tuition.

The typical cost for two semesters: $47,446

Tuition: $32,246
Housing: $11,600
Dining: $2,000
Other: $1,600

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