We offer a small, intimate program with a great deal of faculty interaction.
The greatest academic strength of AUP’s graduate programs is the vibrant nexus between teaching and research. The typical twenty-student classroom encourages extraordinary intellectual interactivity between faculty and students, an exchange reinforced by our proactive student advising system. In addition to animated exchange between faculty and students in the classroom, professors forge close mentorships with the graduate cohort. This exceptional relationship between faculty and students and its positive impact on teaching received a special commendation from the Middle States Association in their 2010 Accreditation Report.
The faculty of the International Management Department represent extensive professional experience gained within the worlds of law, business, public policy, finance and academia. Their research and expertise translate into a number of peer-reviewed articles, books and conference appearances annually.
At the graduate level, our research assistantship program provides an opportunity for young scholars to work closely with their faculty mentors on publication projects in the discipline.
Cath, A. (2017) Post Formalism, Pedagogy Lives: As inspired by Joe L. Kincheloe. Jansen, H. and Letiche, H (Eds.). Switzerland: Peter Lang Publishing
Einbinder, F. (2016) 'Integrity and Transparency in public-private infrastructure partnerships'. UNECE Implementing the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through effective, people-first Public-Private Partnerships, Geneva, March 30 - April 1 2016
Odonkor, E. 'The Missing Pieces: Improving Children’s Education in Ghana'. 7th Africa Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Kiebach Center for International Business Studies Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 2016
Perry, S. and Roda, C. (2016) Human Rights and Digital Technology: Digital Tightrope. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Ryman, R. (2012) U.S. Aid Falls Short in the Social, Political and Economic Advancement of Afghan Women. International Journal of Peace and Development Studies, Vol.3 (6), 107-111
Zhang, K. Y. and Rienties, B. (2016). Cultural and academic adjustment of international students in China北京福彩网: A social network perspective, In Jindal-Snape, D. & Rienties, B. (Eds.), Multi-dimensional transitions of international students to higher education. London: Routledge