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Founded as American Military University (AMU) in 1991 by retired Marine Corps officer James P. Etter, the establishment of AMU broke new ground by offering career-relevant education for a mobile population of military learners with unique needs.
You'll choose from over 190 programs and take classes using your computer or mobile device, without the cost of moving to the United States.
You'll learn from professors who are industry experts and you'll have the support of our outstanding student services.
We have students and alumni representing 100 countries and growing.
Programs offered.Associate DegreesBachelor's DegreesMaster's DegreesUndergraduate Certificate ProgramsGraduate Certificate Programs
Research conducted as part of an in-class assignment is to be considered generally exempt from IRB review. The purpose of an IRB is to review research conducted using human subjects. For the purposes of APUS’ IRB, research is defined as being both:1. Systematic2. Generalizable
Welcome to the Office of Career Services! Our office provides resources needed to obtain professional opportunities, career path planning, and job search assistance.
Our advisors, librarians, and career coaches help you every step of the way. Student services are included at no cost. They're available from the moment you start and continue after you graduate.
Each of our student organizations participates in our chapter standards program and must maintain good standing throughout the year. Don't see one that interests you, start a new organization today by getting involved in The Quad.
American Public University is part of the American Public University System (APUS), which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The HLC accredits degree-granting institutions in a 19-state region, and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (ED), and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).