The American College of the Mediterranean is pleased to offer the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its Aix-en-Provence campus. 

Graduate

    • Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Painting or Sculpture: The Marchutz School of Fine Arts is proud to offer a two-year MFA degree program in painting or sculpture in Aix-en-Provence, France. The 60-credit program is conducted in English and accepts artists of diverse interests and backgrounds. The program combines daily studio work, seminars, museum studies, field studies throughout Europe, professional internship opportunities, and a low-residency option. Please Note: Sculpture will be offered beginning in the Fall of 2019.

    • Master of Arts in Art History (MAAH): The Master of Arts in Art History degree at ACM is a one-year program stemming from IAU's academic tradition as one of the first American institutions abroad to create a full studio art and art history curriculum founded on the rich art and art historical traditions of the south of France and, in particular, Aix-en-Provence. Its defining characteristic resides in the educational principle that any art-related study should combine in a holistic manner the three disciplines of art history, studio practice, and critical studies. The artistic traditions of the south of France and the Mediterranean Basin will naturally serve as the intellectual backbone of the Masters of Arts in Art History.

    • Master of Arts in French Studies (MAFS): The Master of Arts in French Studies at ACM is a one-year program that offers students the unique opportunity to earn an American MA degree in a Fr­ench-speaking environment. Situated in Aix-en-Provence, France near the Mediterranean coast, ACM’s program unites mainland French with the Francophone countries of North Africa, ensuring that students are exposed to the rich diversity of the French language and culture.

    • Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR): The Master of Arts in International Relations is a one-year program leveraging ACM’s strategic location in Southern France. The founders of the Institute for American Universities had this in mind when they constructed a curriculum based in Political Science and International Relations. The Humanities and Social Sciences have always played an important role at IAU and ACM, and will naturally serve as the intellectual backbone of the Master of Arts in International Relations.

    • Master of Arts in Media Studies (MAMS): The Master of Arts in Media Studies at The American College of the Mediterranean provides students with a broad and interdisciplinary formation commencing from core training in communication theory and media research methods. The program leverages the site-specificity of its European campus with close ties to Spain and North Africa and combines theory and practice in order to prepare students for success in fields such as public relations, brand management, public affairs, nonprofit management, education, and research. The program emphasizes ethical, culturally-sensitive, and socially-responsible communication.

    • Global Master of Business Administration (GMBA): The Global Masters in Business Administration (GMBA) is a 46 credit-hour, one-year master’s degree leveraging ACM’s strategic location in Southern Europe. The program builds on the historic academic tradition of the Institute for American Universities, ACM’s parent organization, as one of the first American institutions abroad to prepare those aspiring to careers in international business and diplomacy. With our principal campus in Aix-en-Provence, France and satellite campuses and programs in Spain and Morocco, ACM is well positioned to prepare students for the many challenges of the global economy today with an emphasis on Europe, North Africa, and the Mediterranean. 


Undergraduate 

ACM leverages its liberal arts and business studies offerings with its international identity and strategic location to provide students with an exposure to European and Mediterranean countries in this four-year, 124-credit BA degree. The majors and minors at The American College of the Mediterranean reflect the site-specificity of our campus in Southern France and the Mediterranean, and build upon ACM's academic tradition as a leader in international education. ACM offers fifteen different bachelor's programs, as well as the option to self-design a field of study from a wide range of course offerings. 



Majors

Art History / Business Administration / Communication Studies
French Studies / History / International Business / International Relations  
Management / Marketing / Mediterranenean Studies / Painting / Political Science  
Psychology / Self-Designed Field of Study / Visual Arts / Wine Studies

Minors

Art History / Business Administration / Communication Studies / Environmental Science
French Studies / History / Hospitality Management / International Business
International Relations / Liberal Studies / Mediterranean Studies / Peace & Conflict Studies
Philosophy / Political Science / Psychology / Religious Studies / Visual Arts / Wine Studies