As we constantly strive to improve our academic programs and offerings, we maintain an alphabetical listing of all our academic programs online and update this quarterly during each catalog launch. APUS offers associate, bachelor’s, master’s degree options, along with certificate and learning track programs.
APUS is dedicated to finding subject matter experts who bring real world experience and passion into the classroom. An alphabetical directory, along with a biography is available for each active faculty member.
We comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and state and local requirements regarding students with disabilities. In compliance with federal and state regulations, reasonable accommodations are provided to qualified students with disabilities (including, but not limited to, mental health disabilities, physical/learning disabilities or temporary disabilities).
APUS provides ordering & purchasing information, International Standard Book Numbers (ISBN), pricing information, along with other important details to successfully obtain course materials and software. Required course materials and readings are provided at no cost to undergraduate students earning academic credit through our undergraduate book grant. In addition, a course schedule is available to prospective and current students.
For additional information on graduate or professional level education of students from our 4-year degree programs, please contact [email protected].
Our retention rate is reported annually to the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS). For additional information regarding our rates, please contact [email protected].
Our transfer rate is publicized to prospective and current students to allow them to include this information in their educational decisions. In addition, all of our community college partnerships, articulation agreements, and transfer credit policies are available. For additional information on transfer out rates, contact [email protected].
Completion rates are the percentage of students who graduated from the university in the standard number of years for their program length. Our rates are updated annually by our institutional research team.