Interested students are strongly encouraged to contact the Program Director, Clark A. Danderson, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Hospitality Management.
Clark A. Danderson, PhD can be reached at email@example.com.
Below is the information you will need to complete your initial application to the Graduate Certificate Program.
Students have two options when applying for the program:
While the application system remains open year-round, the annual application and review process opens February 1 each year and closes when all available slots have been filled. The review process will begin early March with a view to notifying successful applicants by mid-April. Because enrollment is limited to 25 students each year (15 GC and 10 MS or 25 MS total), early application is encouraged. Early applicants will be given preference over later applications. Late applicants may be considered if available positions are not filled.
Current graduate degree seeking students who plan to add a graduate certificate to their current degree program do not need to apply for admission to the graduate certificate program but must notify the Program Director of their intent to pursue the graduate certificate before completion of their degree program.
Graduate Certificate Program
The cost of the Graduate Certificate Program is $18,000.
The program will cost $920 per enrolled credit hour, plus a distance education fee of $80 per credit hour.
Additionally, students must pay the normal Auburn University Graduate Application fee ($60 in the U.S. and $70 for International applicants). Course fees are assessed on a semester-to-semester basis and if not paid by the due date, will lead to a hold being placed on your registration. This hold will prevent you from taking any further classes until lifted. Please note that fees are subject to change. Normal university deadlines and requirements apply with respect to course/program withdrawal. No refunds will be granted beyond the publicized deadline.
Master of Science Program
The total cost of the MS Program is $30,300.
The program will cost $920 per enrolled credit hour, plus a distance education fee of $80 per credit hour for each of the following courses:
For additional information please address all inquiries to:
Clark A. Danderson, PhD
Assistant Professor/Director of Brewing Science and Operations
Nutrition, Dietetics and Hospitality Management
332A Spidle Hall
Auburn, Al 36849