Rating: 9.2 out of 10(17 reviews)
From local business to international consulting opportunities, security management is one of the fastest growing fields today. American Military University’s online security management degrees provide you with the knowledge and critical skills necessary to enter or advance within these career fields.
B.A. Security Management, General Ed
August 31, 2016
I have been attended AMU a while ago and just got back into attending full time. It has been a great experience and the school has really progressed over the past 7 years. The courses are very challenging and unlike a college where you physically attend, your grade is 100% up to you. The responsibility is all yours. You are responsible for your readings and studying and it's challenging. I have been to both types ...
August 9, 2016
As a student re-discovering college, AMU provided me with an excellent choice of degree programs, knowledgeable instructors, and the ease of completing classes on my own time. The instructors have been understanding if problems (work or home) have interfered, allowing me time extra time to finish assignments, if needed. I had to brush up on my AMA writing again, but other than that grading is fair and the open forum format is an excellent way ...
An excellent educational choice.
December 12, 2014
There are many reviews on this webpage, so, I will keep this brief. This school was the absolute best choice for me to achieve my educational goals. Sure, as a working professional, I sometimes found the workload a little daunting, however, backward planning and self-discipline kept it manageable. The cost of the graduate program was the best that I found during my school selection, to include the brick and mortar institutions in the surrounding geographical ...
BA in Security Management
December 10, 2014
AMU is a great,affordable on-line university that offers a quality education matched by few. The classes are engaging and challenging as well. You would have a hard time getting a more quality on-line education for the price you pay at AMU.
Best Experience Ever
December 5, 2014
This is by far, the best online education experience I've ever had. Every single thing you need for each class in a Bachelor program is right in the class. There is no extra site to go to for homework, no extra searching debacles for the text; it's literally in the class when you sign in. All telephonic support has been nothing short of outstanding. All email conversations I've had have all been extremely helpful and ...
November 20, 2014
I'm currently a sophomore with AMU, and have had next to no issues with staff, financial aid, classmates, or professors. The courses have a fairly uniform structure: Read a handful of chapters of the course text(s) a week, write a weekly discussion posting, reply to other students, and a variety of tests, essays, and papers. With my experience thus far, there are more essays and papers than tests. Aside from a few low level general ...
My Review of AMU (non-military, employed full time)
July 24, 2014
I am an actual graduate of AMU, with a BA in Security Management (InfoSec concentrate). I work full time as an IT manager, so I needed an educational program that would work around my demanding schedule. I tried other schools (local brick and mortar, WGU, Charter Oak) before AMU. I self funded a subset of my classes, and I used financial aid for the rest. I found the matriculation and financial aid process very easy ...
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