Earn a respected and affordable degree from American Military University. Our adult learners include including those in military, defense, national security, and public safety sectors, as well as other mission-driven civilians. AMU’s coursework is online with no set login times, giving you the flexibility to earn a degree or certificate at a pace that fits your schedule.
Welcome to American Military University’s School of Arts and Humanities. Our programs include:
- General Studies
- History, including American History, Civil War Studies, and Military History
- Political Science
Check out all of the programs in the School of Arts & Humanities.
Top reasons adult learners choose AMU’s School of Arts and Humanities:
Faculty with real-world knowledge
Our faculty share their practical experience from government, the military, media enterprises, associations, and foundations to enhance your learning.
A Foundation for Success
Coursework that will exercise your skill in critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and collaboration—the roots for any calling in life.
Lively and interactive curriculum
Our foundation course in Communication, a class every undergraduate takes, is media-rich and engaging.
Our Psychology 101 class is responsive, adjusting content delivery until you demonstrate topic mastery through periodic knowledge checks.
AMU is part of American Public University System, which is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org). This accreditation acknowledges the rigor of our programs and the respect they have earned.
3 reasons adult learners choose AMU:
- Affordability: With a military grant, tuition is $250/credit hour (undergraduate) and $325/credit hour (graduate) and no-cost textbooks and ebooks for those enrolled in undergraduate classes
- Online convenience
- Flexibility: Monthly start dates, no set login times
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