You can apply to AUSN any day of the year, and start the program every month of the year. You can enroll in the first Ph.D. program or the first Masters in Public Health (M.P.H.) Degree to ever be offered on Native American Indian Sovereign Land in the USA, or the first ever Masters in Bioethics and Global Public Health (M.B.G.P.H.) Degree in the world. Our first Masters degree graduates graduated on 4 November 2015. Currently we have more students enrolled than any other annual intake of a Masters degree in Bioethics in the world! Our students come from over 35 countries around the world, and we conduct courses around the world, and the most popular and flexible option is the combination (hybrid onsite and online) degrees.
If you start your full time Masters degree studies with AUSN TODAY you could graduate with an internationally recognized Masters degree in a YEAR - get ahead of the job market! To date the mean time to complete a Master's degree from AUSN is 12 months.
AUSN is also accepting applications for the Postgraduate Certificate programs that are offered as either intensive 3-4 week courses or part-time options. The first three graduates of the AUSN Postgraduate Certificate in Community and Peace (CCP) programme had their ceremony in the Asia-Africa Summit Hall, in Bandung, Indonesia on 24 May 2015 [See Provost News for June 2015].
If you would like to view the AUSN Catalog or ask any questions, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Catalog. The more information you provide the more information we can provide. We prefer you fill in your details in the APPLICATION FORM (Word file). There is no fee to inquire with AUSN and no application fee is charged currently. You can also attend a class for free at any time to see if the AUSN community is the right program for your life.
AUSN has already conducted onsite intensive trainings that count towards the degrees in Arizona, USA; Bangladesh; Indonesia; Japan; Mexico; Nepal; the Philippines; South Africa; Spain; Thailand. We will offer more dates and places, based on student demand, both in AUSN and in some of the many Institutions that AUSN has formal Collaboration Agreements with all around the world. For degree students we offer our network of AUSN Visiting Professors, who are thought leaders in top universities all around the world. We welcome students of all ages, gender, ethnicities, abilities, gifts and backgrounds! Be the change you would like to see in the world.
AUSN also conducts research, for example at the School of Indigenous Peoples and Global Studies, and School of Sustainability Science and Knowledge Systems and welcomes further Research Fellows. We welcome Junior and Senior Research Fellows.
Prof. Darryl Macer
Provost and President
American University of Sovereign Nations
Prof. Govindan Parayil
Dean and Vice-President
American University of Sovereign Nations
Prospective students can also email to:
Ms. Lian D'Avignon, President, American University of Sovereign Nations Student Association (Email: email@example.com)
Ms. Endreya McCabe, Vice-President, American University of Sovereign Nations Student Association (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ms. Ananya Triptipthumrongchok, President, AUSN Alumni Association (Email: email@example.com)
Mr. Sol Erwin Diaz, Secretary, AUSN Alumni Association (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
AUSN may accept transfer of credits for traditional course work successfully completed at regionally accredited colleges or universities. AUSN accepts graduate school level (Masters or PhD courses) in which you have earned a grade of “B” (4.00=“A”) or better from regionally accredited colleges and universities in the United States. For foreign universities an assessment will be determined by AUSN on a case by case basis. A maximum of 9 semester hours of credit may be accepted towards an AUSN Masters degree from an uncompleted degree at another university; and up to 30 semester hours from a completed Masters degree course for the PhD degree (1 semester hour equals 15 actual contact hours). The applicability of a specific transfer course toward an AUSN degree program depends on the requirements of the degree program in which you are enrolled at AUSN. All transfer students to AUSN are subject to the same general admission requirements and procedures as included within AUSN academic catalog.
Prospective students applying for transfer must send the official transcripts, with relevant information on the course syllabus and lecture topics, and assignments, etc. from the other institution. Any material that can prove the equivalence of the course at the prior institution to the AUSN course should be sent. Courses transferred for a Masters degree at AUSN cannot be used again as transfer courses for the AUSN PhD course. Grades that you earned at other colleges and universities are considered for admission, but your AUSN cumulative grade point average is based solely upon course work taken at AUSN.
AUSN students who wish to transfer internally between different degree programs can apply for internal transfer by discussing with the Provost, Dean and Director of the relevant programs. They may be able to transfer the attendance hours and credits for courses that are common to both the current and the proposed new program, in the case such a transfer is approved, without limit in terms of hours completed.
Donations for a Better Future
AUSN is registered as an official “Public Charity” by the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS), under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, which means that AUSN is able to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts. AUSN welcomes all donations of any size, named or anonymous, as the donor chooses. AUSN is currently providing scholarships to students from 30 countries around the world. We need your help, large or small, to sponsor students and extend our community service. Our students go to incredible lengths to study. For example, one of our students is a Yemeni doctor providing care to people in a war all around him. We have many Peace Ambassadors. Some are disaster victims, rebuilding their lives and those of communities around them. AUSN is a member of the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI). We are open to collaborations and please write to us!
We very thankfully accept any amount of donation (Please visit our Thanking Donors page).
Those who donate USD 500 can be named a Silver Donor
Those who donate USD 1000 can be named a Gold Donor
Those who donate USD 10,000 can be named a Platinum Donor
Those who donate USD 100,000 can be named a Diamond Donor
Those who donate USD 15000 can have a Tuition Scholarship named after them, or a name of their choice.
AUSN is a registered Non-profit Corporation (501c3) in Delaware and Arizona States, USA. Donors can give directly by posting a check, or through websites including
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For donations please directly write to AUSN President, Dr. Darryl Macer,