The Master of Accountancy (MAcc) Program - Campus Option provides students additional technical skills, research and communication skills, as well as focused preparation on passing the Uniform CPA examination on their first attempt. The on-campus option provides students the opportunity to study abroad as a class. A professional, non-thesis, degree program, the Auburn MAcc Program requires 30-semester hours and a two and one-half day required campus residency during the last spring semester of the program. The campus option may be completed in three semesters, and the online option may be completed in five semesters for students who are working full-time. Online students who are not working may complete the program in three semesters also.
The Human Resources Management program provides a comprehensive education in human resources management. The primary goals are to provide knowledge and experience, oriented toward practical, on-the-job applications and to prepare students for entry-level positions in private and public sector organizations. In addition, the program provides excellent preparation for graduate or professional studies in Human Resources Management. Programs in the Department of Management prepare students in basic business functions as well as the process of management. These professional programs are designed to impart knowledge that will assist future managers to be good decision makers.
The applied biotechnology major requires 122 semester hours of course work, including 41 semester hours of the university core curriculum. All courses and related activities required for the major cover general biological and chemical sciences, theory and methodology of biotechnology, bioinformatics, microbiology, molecular biology, genetics/genomics, general plant pathology and physiology, general entomology and insect/plant physiology, pesticide toxicology, genetics, medical entomology, and cell biology.