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Transform potential into performance.

Learn real-world business concepts in the classroom.

From entrepreneur to executive ... every angle of business covered.

Dynamic, versatile, and relevant in its real-world implementation, best describes the interactive and innovative curriculum presented by the AMU School of Business. Whether you’re seeking an MBA or just starting your educational journey with an A.A. in Business Administration, our programs are designed to promote effective professional development skills that translate from the classroom to the workplace.

An AMU business degree is respected because we partner with top firms and consult with industry leaders to shape our programs and keep you ahead of the curve. And with our portfolio of degrees and certificates, you can customize your education to match your career focus in entrepreneurship, human resources, nonprofit management, logistics, and much more. Plus, many of our business programs have earned the distinction of being accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

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Everyone here wants to see you succeed — from start to finish

Like schools with physical classrooms, here you'll find field-tested professors who teach you, other working adult students who relate to you, and understanding academic and career coaches who guide you. Plus, our award-winning e-library and helpful blogs and newsletters are always right at your fingertips. You may be learning online, but you won’t feel alone.

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Proof positive. It's nice to know how others feel.

96%

of seniors evaluated their experience as positive

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2012

88%

of employers would hire another one of our graduates

APUS Alumni Employer Survey, January 2010-December 2015

95%

of seniors would choose us again

National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), 2012

50%

of our students return for another degree

American Public Education Fact Sheet, June 2013