AME University launched its Graduate School in 2017 with three programs: Master of Divinity; Executive MBA in Corporate and Public Finance; and Executive MBA in Procurement and Supply Chain Management. In 2018, it initiated the International Relations program with two tracks: Master in Foreign Service Leadership and Master in International Development.
The Executive MBA (EMBA) programs and the International Relations (IR) programs have a duration of 15 months (one year of instruction and three months for thesis). The Theological Studies program offers one of its three tracks, Divinity, over a two-year period.
Candidates for the one year programs must complete 46 credit hours of instruction, pass a comprehensive examination, and defend a thesis for graduation. To complete the Divinity degree program, candidates must complete 72 hours of course work, pass a comprehensive examination, and defend a thesis for graduation.
Master of Divinity
Corporate & Public Finance
Procurement & Supply Chain