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College of Agriculture

Offers 18 different majors including Agricultural Business and Economics and Biosystems Engineering. Its graduates are high in demand for jobs in agribusiness, natural resource management, business, and government.

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College of Architecture, Design and Construction

Architecture and Industrial Design undergraduate programs at Auburn ranked 8th and 6th respectively in DesignIntelligence magazine.

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Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

Majors include Accountancy, Entrepreneurship & Family Business, Aviation Management, and Marketing. And our Accountancy students' pass rates on the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) exam range from 89% - 95%.

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College of Education

The college offers 21 bachelor’s degrees, including Early Childhood Education, Mathematics Education, and Physical Activity & Health.

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Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

U.S. News and World Report ranked Auburn’s undergraduate engineering program 30th among the nation’s public universities. We also offer the first and only bachelor’s degree in wireless engineering in the United States.

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School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences

Our Natural Resources Management degree can be paired with any minor to tailor a career path to a number of fast-growing nature-based careers, including environmental law, consulting, and conservation.

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College of Human Sciences

From Nutrition to Hotel & Restaurant Management, our students apply scientific principles to solve the problems of everyday living. CHS students have placed internships with organizations such as Ritz-Carlton and Harvard Medical School.

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College of Liberal Arts

Encompassing four academic areas: fine arts, social sciences, communication, and humanities, our graduates are highly employable. In 2013, 100% of Health Services Administration graduates were employed or in graduate school.

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School of Nursing

The school produces graduates who are highly recruited by healthcare employers. In fact, the majority of our graduates have employment offers within six months of graduation.

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Harrison School of Pharmacy

Student pharmacists care for patients in the community from their first semester onwards and HSOP graduates have an impressive 97% pass rate on their first attempt for the National License exam.

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College of Sciences and Mathematics

3,000 undergraduates study across COSAM’s five departments: Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Geology and Geography, Mathematics and Statistics, and Physics.

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College of Veterinary Medicine

Most of our enrolled students earn bachelor’s or master’s degrees before being accepted. Our degrees are certainly in demand. Members of the class of 2013 received an average of two job offers upon graduating.


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