By Susan Hoffman
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
American Military University (AMU)
Note: This blog post was previously published on Online Learning Tips.
If professional development is on your to-do list for 2017, this holiday season is the perfect opportunity to sign up for classes and continue your educational journey. American Military University (AMU) offers more than 200 degrees and certificate programs for adult learners including programs in homeland security, international relations, and intelligence studies.
Our associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are designed to provide you with career-relevant education to help you prepare for the demands of your next career.
In addition, our graduate and undergraduate certificate programs offer you the opportunity to improve your knowledge in a specialty area. These classes are useful if you just want additional education for the demands of your current career.
Over 200 Academic Programs Available at AMU
Whatever career field you’re in, AMU may have an academic program to suit your needs. We offer courses in both non-technical and technical fields, including:
Transfer Your Credits or Convert Your Experience to Academic Credit
Do you have credits earned from another accredited university? You may be able to save time and money by transferring your credits. We provide flexible transfer credit evaluation (TCE) services to help you receive credit for prior learning or professional experience.
Your life experience may also apply toward a degree or certificate. With our Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program, you could earn credit for volunteer work or training you received on your job. You may also qualify for academic credit from business ownership, independent study, travel or other types of experience.
Asynchronous Classes Fit into Your Life’s Demands
We’ve been educating adult learners for decades and know that taking classes, caring for family members and working full-time is challenging for our students. Our 100% online classes start monthly and last from 8 to 16 weeks. You can take classes from your any location and study at times that fit your schedule, from a computer with Internet access.
Still Wondering If Our Online Education Is for You?
If you’re still wondering if an online education meets your career needs, our admissions representatives can answer your questions. In this vlog, AMU admissions representative Matthew Najewicz discusses questions our students have as they go through the application process.
Whatever your career goals may be in the coming year, we’re here to help you continue your education and achieve your career potential. For more information or to apply to AMU, visit us online.