About Georgia Military College

Georgia Military College is a public-independent educational institution, comprised of a junior college and a separate preparatory school (grades 6-12), whose mission and purpose is to produce educated citizens by providing junior college students with a liberal arts based two-year undergraduate curriculum, by providing selected college students with ROTC training, and by providing preparatory school students an inclusive college preparatory curriculum that includes a military training component--all in an environment conducive to the holistic development of the intellect and character of its students.

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At Georgia Military College we offer three degree types; an Associate of Arts (AA), as Associate of Science (AS) and an Associate of Applied Science (AAS).

Associate of Arts (AA)
The core curriculum of the AA degree at GMC includes those courses that the faculty members of the college have identified as central to the development of the proficiencies of a Georgia Military College student. The core courses are also those in common with the core requirements of most senior colleges and universities throughout the United States. This curriculum facilitates transfer, after graduation from GMC, to a four-year program at senior colleges.

Degrees:
Behavioral Science
Biology
Business Administration
Communications
Criminal Justice
Education Early Childhood
Education Middle School
Education Secondary
Early Care and Education
General Studies
History
Homeland Security & Emergency Management
International Affairs
Logistics Management
Paralegal Studies
Pre-Nursing
Psychology
Sociology
Information Technology

Associate of Science (AS)
The core curriculum of the AS degree at GMC includes those courses which the faculty of the college have identified as central to the development of the proficiencies of a Georgia Military College student. The core courses are also those in common with the core requirements of most senior colleges and universities throughout the United States. This curriculum facilitates transfer, after graduation from GMC, to a four-year program at senior colleges
Degrees:
Behavioral Science
Biology
Business Administration
Criminal Justice
Education Early Childhood
Education Middle School
Education Secondary
Early Care and Education
General Studies
History
Homeland Security & Emergency Management
International Affairs
Logistics Management
Paralegal Studies
Pre-Nursing
Psychology
Sociology
Health & Human Performance
Health & Physical Education
Information Technology

Associate of Applied Science
The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree provides the educational background necessary for a chosen career field or profession and for transfer into career oriented Bachelors degree programs. While some four-year colleges offer the bachelor of applied science degree, many do not. Therefore, students completing the AAS degree who have decided to pursue a higher degree need to ensure their selected four-year college offers the Bachelor of Applied Science or similar degree in their concentration degree prior to enrolling.
Please note that many colleges who do not offer the BAS degree may accept core curriculum course work on a course-by-course evaluation for transfer.
Degrees:
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
General Studies
Health & Human Performance
Health & Physical Education


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