BA in History

Level: Bachelor
Language: English

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Accepted to Grad School from AMU History BA
January 11, 2015
This is for everyone who is wondering if grad schools will accept you if you've earned your BA from AMU - the answer is YES. I completed my BA in History at AMU, and have just been accepted to a brick and mortar university for an MA in history. So go for it!

Excellent BA in History!
December 5, 2014
AMU's BA in history is above average. I am in my last semester of a BA in History at AMU, and have been extremely satisfied with my studies here. The history program is by far more detailed and focused than any other college I initially researched, and I was not disappointed. The professors come from a wide variety of backgrounds, specialty fields, and locations, which prevents the university from having a regional/political bias. The workload ...

AMU Quality
December 5, 2014
I started my history BA with what many would call a more prestigious brick-and-mortar university a few years ago. Once I moved to another state, that brick-and-mortar school wanted to charge me an outrageous amount of money (almost three times what I had previously paid) in out-of-state tuition expense for the privilege of taking their online courses that, in my opinion, weren't up to par with what they offered in residence. I thought it over ...

BA in History - Demanding and Good
February 2, 2014
I am two semesters away from graduating with a BA in History from AMU. It has been a very rewarding experience. I was hesitant to attend this school at first because of the "degree mill" slogan going around about it, but I have found that is not at all true. I previously earned an AAS degree, and my friends who have attended brick and mortar schools agree with me, that AMU requires much more personal ...

AMU History Program: Bachelor of Arts
July 15, 2013
The History Program at AMU was outstanding. Not only is there a variety of classes, but most of the professors have a wealth of experience in their respective field. With only a rare exception, every professor that I came across was engaged and helpful. Some classes were certainly more challenging (side note: I took all of my classes in 8-week increments), but I never felt overwhelmed. After transferring from another university, I took 60 credits ...

BA in History, minor in Criminal Justice
May 5, 2013
I have just completed my degree in history with a minor in criminal justice. I had attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, I have nothing against UNL except for the fact that it was not for me. I wanted more one-on-one communication with professors, which you cannot get sitting in a lecture hall with 200 other students. There were no requirements for actually attending class daily, unlike AMU which requires you to log in ...

Bachelors in History
January 20, 2013
I have been attending AMU since Late 2008. I have taken time off here and there and will be 13 classes away from graduating in June 2013. I am very excited. I love AMU and the structure. It is so easy to transition back into once taking some time off. I love that the classes start every month and so you can really go to school on your schedule. I have had the flexibility of ...

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June 1, 2010, 8:24 p.m.
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Have any AMU/APU alumni have had a problem usuing their BA in History to attend law school, or a brick-n-mortar school for graduate studies?
May 15, 2010, 8:28 p.m.
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AMU is also APU. The two schools fall under APUS. The school has the same standards I was getting in a "brick and mortar school" I have to write all lot. I write in the discussion boards, I write papers, and I write some more. I do all lot of reading and researching. The school has very strict policy on plagiarism and cheating. The Staff and Instructors are understanding. The key is to communicate with them. The school is not just designed for military students. It's for everyone. The APU is there for people who do not want to have military on their diploma. If you are military, the schools knows how to deal with your respective branch of service. The cost of the school compared to UoP is cheap. $250.00 per a credit for undergraduates. If you use TA from the military, the class is free. The books are included with the class. If you are planning to go to a program like ROTC, this school is not the school to go to. They do not have any deals with any local schools like UoP. I picked this program because I am deploying, I am a history major, and the price is right. If I did not have to deploy, I would join a regular school so I could join ROTC.
March 27, 2010, 5:07 a.m.
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I have been a been an AMU student for almost two years now.  AMU is no joke!  The Professor's demand a good product!  I have been in the Navy for over 20 years and have experienced a lot of different colleges along the way but AMU has been the best experience that I have had.  I would recommend them to my Sailors and you cannot argue with 100% college participation within your division! is not affiliated with American Military University in any way.