Students who have not yet obtained a 4-year college degree and are interested in pursuing an associate's degree, bachelor's degree or undergraduate certificate apply through Undergraduate Admissions. Those interested in pursuing a second bachelor's degree should also use this section.
- Nontraditional/Transfer—Use this link if you're over 23 and have never been to college or you've taken some college courses or have prior learning experiences (such as military experience) that may transfer. Please see our Prior Learning Assessment page for additional details.
- Transient—Use this link if you are enrolled in another university and wish to take courses at Armstrong.
- Post-bac—Use this link if you have already received a bachelor degree and want to get an additional certification or a second degree.
- Non-degree-seeking—Use this link if you wish to pursue coursework without credit.
- 62-plus—Residents of Georgia who are 62 years and older may participate in this special program. Please see our 62+ Program page for additional details.
Students who have already obtained a 4-year college degree and are interested in pursuing a post-baccalaureate or graduate certificate, master's degree or doctorate degree apply through Graduate Admissions.
Regardless of your financial status, all adult, military, veteran and professional students are encouraged to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form . You can complete the form online for your convenience with an assessment often being returned to you the very same day you submit. The FAFSA is your first step in determining your eligibility for grants, loans, scholarships, work-study and other financial assistance.Degrees and Programs
Armstrong offers more than 100 degrees and programs including a variety of flexible, adult student-friendly programs that can be completed either fully online, in blended formats or entirely in the evening.
Armstrong Online offers a growing range of degree and certificate programs that help you on the path to career advancement, transition or advanced degree programs.