3+2 Programs in Entomology and Plant Pathology

Our department offers accelerated M.S. degree programs through partnerships with two Chinese universities. Through these partnerships, selected Chinese students complete three years of coursework at their home university, followed by two years at Auburn. A bachelor’s degree is awarded by the home university after the first year at Auburn, and then a master’s is awarded by Auburn upon completion of the final year.

APPLICATION PROCESS AND TIMELINE

A 3+2 program between Auburn University and China Agricultural University provides for direct admission into an M.S. degree program in the Auburn Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology. Graduate studies are available in both entomology and plant pathology. CAU will award the bachelor’s degree upon completion of your first year at Auburn. Thesis research will be completed at Auburn in the second year. Upon completion of your second year, the M.S. degree will be awarded by Auburn’s Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology.

Program Description   Partnership Agreement

Faculty Liaisons

AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Nannan Liu

 

China Agricultural University
Dunlun Song


Interdepartmental specific program agreement:
Memorandum of Agreement

A 3+2 program between Auburn University and Quingdao Agricultural University provides for direct admission into an M.S. degree program in the Auburn Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology. Graduate studies are available in both entomology and plant pathology. QAU will award the bachelor’s degree upon completion of your first year at Auburn. Thesis research will be completed at Auburn in the second year. Upon completion of your second year, the M.S. degree will be awarded by Auburn’s Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology.

Partnership Agreement


AUBURN FACULTY LIAISON
Nannan Liu