Atlanta Metropolitan State College


Academic Affairs

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Atlanta Metropolitan State College (AMSC) offers academic programs in many different academic disciplines. With nearly 60 degrees and certificates available, you'll find a good match for your career and educational goals.

As you investigate the options, you will find information about the kinds of careers that will be open to you with each of our degrees. You can also learn about the course requirements of each program, including prerequisites.

Would you prefer to get your degree via the Internet? Explore online learning at AMSC, where General Studies and Business Administration degrees can be earned from almost any location. Considering transferring to a four-year institution? Our programs transfer to all University System of Georgia institutions.

Online Learning

If your schedule makes it challenging to attend classes on campus, you can still graduate from AMSC. Whether you are interested in picking up one class or earning an entire degree, explore the world of online learning here.

Getting a Degree

An undergraduate degree is comprised of two parts: courses in the major and courses in the Core Curriculum. Students will satisfy four areas of the core curriculum by taking classes that contribute to the student holistic educational development and rich electives within one's specific program of study.

Academics are divided into 4 divisions; Business and Computer Science, Humanities and Fine Arts, Science Math and Health Professions, and Social Sciences. Choose a division below to learn about the Programs of Study.

Academic Affairs Information  
Adult Learners Academic Affairs Organizational Chart Strategic Plan
Programs of Study Distance Learning Prior Learning Assessment
Documents Academic Advising Center for Teaching and Learning
Academic Support Center Continuing Education Management Information Systems


Contact Information:

Dr. Bonita Flournoy, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs
Phone: 404-756-4443
Library/Administrative Building, Room 215