Graduate Certificate:
Brewing Science & Operations


Yes! A completed application packet must be submitted to the Auburn University Graduate School by the due date – see below.

A completed application packet must be submitted to the Auburn University Graduate School and includes: online submission of the application form and payment of application fees via

Yes! This application must be supported by a letter of intent, complete resume, your official four year undergraduate transcript(s) and three letters of recommendation, at least two of which must be academic in nature.

Submit online with the Auburn University Graduate School.

No! These tests are not required for entry to the Graduate Certificate Program.

Yes! All applications for fall entry must be received by February 28th.

No! The program is designed for complete delivery and graduation in one academic year. As such only one cohort will be admitted in any one academic year.

No! While it is our desire that all students graduate in the same academic year that they begin the program, faculty are conscious that any number of circumstances may prevent students from doing so. Students must bear in mind, however, that all courses are offered in sequence and they may have to wait until the next time a particular course is taught before they can complete their studies.

The program costs $920 per enrolled credit hour, plus an $80 per credit hour distance education fee. The total cost is $18,000 for the entire Graduate Certificate Program, plus the normal AU Graduate application fee.

No! Auburn does not offer any financial aid. You may be able to identify external source of aid.

For additional information please address inquiries to:

Martin O'Neill, Ph.D
Program Director
Nutrition, Dietetics and Hospitality Management
328 Spidle Hall
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849
O: 334.844.3264