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Graduate Admissions: Information for Other Admit Types

Transient Students

You are considered a transient student if you are attending another college or university and would like to attend Armstrong for no more than two consecutive semesters. 

NOTE: An updated Transient Letter or Letter of Good Standing AND an updated application is required for each semester of attendance.

Online Students

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions or the Office of Online and Blended Learning.

Post-Baccalaureate Students

You are considered a Post-Baccalaureate student if you have already received a Bachelor’s degree. Students wishing to obtain a post-bac certificate or post-bac teacher certification must meet specific requirements for the individual program. Please refer to our Admission Requirements page for details.

NOTE: Transcripts from ALL previous colleges or universities must be received before students will be considered for admission. All transcripts must be submitted regardless of transfer credit received.

Non-Degree Seeking

Applicants who wish to pursue courses for personal enrichment or advancement may be admitted as non-degree students. Some programs have additional requirements. Please see the Program Requirements page for details. Non-degree-seeking students are allowed to enroll in a maximum of 12 credit hours. After earning 12 credit hours, or upon changing to degree-seeking status, students must submit a new application to the university.

Military

Individuals must meet program requirements for the major they are applying to. Additional documentation may be required: 

NOTE: Armstrong will waive all mandatory student fees for active duty service members.  Please contact Armstrong’s Veterans Affairs Office at 912.344.2948 or veterans.affairs@armstrong.edu for more information.