Below are the colleges and departments who partner with the Career Center to serve Auburn students.
The McWhorter School of Building Science (BSCI) maintains a proud tradition of practical and professional construction education, offering both Bachelor and Masters Degrees in Building Construction. It is a leader in exploring Information Technology applications in construction and construction education.
Auburn Engineering is committed to educating engineers who can solve the world's greatest challenges. This commitment includes a passion for elevating the college to the next level of academic and research performance, and making discoveries that impact the quality of life for people everywhere.
Auburn University's College of Agriculture strives to prepare the next generation of scientists, business leaders, community leaders and policymakers through high-quality instruction to solve societal problems related to food, fiber, energy, the environment and human health and well-being.
As a part of Auburn University, a land-grant institution, the College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, promotes diversity, and prioritizes public outreach. Students' learning isn't limited to a classroom but developed through international programs, community projects, and other excellent CLA initiatives.
Last modified: February 5, 2018