You’re ready to learn, and we’re ready to help – all at an affordable rate. Our standard undergraduate tuition rate is $285 per credit hour ($250 per credit hour with a military tuition grant). For added value, enjoy more benefits that make an American Military University education so desirable and respected:
- Flexibility – monthly start dates and no set login times
- Convenience – 24/7 access fully online
- Efficiency – mostly 8-week class formats
- Choice –1,200+ courses related to 200+ degree and certificate programs
Let us help you achieve your education goal with one of these options:
Transfer Credits to Your Current School
Interested in taking a class to transfer back to your current school? We offer all the popular disciplines, like English, history, math, and science. Before applying, be sure your course selection will transfer back to your home school. Follow all of the steps below to apply and get started.
Pursue Professional Development
If this is for your own professional growth, you can skip steps 2-3 below. Just choose your class (step 1) and complete the application (step 4). Here are some classes that our working adults typically pursue:
Gain Specialized Credit or Licensing
If you need to fulfill a licensing requirement, please follow all the steps below. Before you apply, check with the appropriate licensing board to ensure the course you plan to take will you help you move forward.
Explore Online Learning
If you are just giving online learning a trial run at AMU, you can skip steps 2-3. Just choose your class (step 1) and complete the application (step 4).
Transfer to the Community College of the Air Force "GEM" Program
AMU is proud to participate in the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) "GEM" program, allowing Airmen to complete CCAF's 15 semester hours of general education requirements. Choose your course from a selection of AMU courses that are eligible for this program, then you're ready to complete the application (step 4).
Earn College Credits in High School
As an exceptional junior or senior in high school, you can enroll in our 100-and 200-level courses while still in high school. This is known as concurrent enrollment and we encourage you to learn more about the eligibility requirements.