International 3+2 Programs

Northwest Agricultural and Forestry University

Auburn University and Northwest Agricultural and Forestry University offer a partnership program enabling Chinese students to complete an NWAFU bachelor’s degree with a year of senior study at Auburn. A second year of study at Auburn leads to a master’s degree from Auburn. The overall goal of this program is to prepare you for a successful career in the global economy by developing your scientific, language and practical skills, as well as your leadership abilities and cultural awareness.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION   BROAD AGREEMENT

 

A 3+2 program between Auburn University and Northwest A & F¬†University provides for direct admission into an M.S. degree program in the Auburn Department of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences.¬†Northwest A & F¬†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 Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences.

PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT


FACULTY LIAISON’S:

AUBURN UNIVERSITY
BETH GUERTAL
CHARLES CHEN
 
NORTHWEST A & F UNIVERSITY
QUIAO WENJUN

A 3+2 program between Auburn University and Northwest A & F¬†University provides for direct admission into an M.S. degree program in the Auburn Department of Horticulture.¬†Northwest A & F¬†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 Horticulture.

PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT


FACULTY LIAISON:

AUBURN UNIVERSITY
AMY WRIGHT