American Military University (AMU) is proud to join the schools offering degree programs in support of the SOCMAR Servicemember Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Degree Network System, a system of college curriculum networks designed by SOC for Marine Corps Servicemembers and their adult family members.
As part of SOCMAR, colleges have agreed to accept each other's courses in a particular program of study. Students can move freely among the colleges in a network without having to worry about whether or not major related courses will transfer. Visit our detailed SOCMAR page if you need full information on the program.
The following matrix reflects the approved AMU degree programs eligible for the SOCMAR Degree Network System. Visit the APUS Transfer Credit Evaluation Center for detailed information on transfer credit policies pertaining to the SOCMAR program or visit our FAQ page if you have specific questions about the SOCMAR Degree Network System Programs.
Eligible SOCMAR Degree Network System Programs
It is our goal to help the Marine Corps achieve success in their new initiative to help marines attain mission relevant bachelor’s degrees in greater numbers. AMU’s transfer policies, undergraduate book grant, and monthly class starts are the right combination to help you achieve success both academically and professionally.
For questions about the SOCMAR program and AMU, please e-mail SOC@apus.edu.
Classes start monthly