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Atlanta Metropolitan State College Majors

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234 Graduates
Atlanta Metropolitan State College offers primarily associate's degrees and certificates.
Associate's

Faculty Overview

219 Faculty
Full Time
  • 157 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service
Part Time
  • 62 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service

Study Options

Distance Learning

Can't make it to the campus? This college has remote classroom options.

Study Abroad Opportunities

This college has programs to study and gain cultural experiences in countries around the world.

Weekend Programs

This college offers weekend classes.

Reviews Academic Rigor
  • Torey from Lithonia, GA
  • 3
  • the academics is they have a academic center where you can go for extra help in any subject. they aslo offer free classes to help you adjust to college life…

  • Feb-24-2012 Read More
  • Shantel from Riverdale, GA
  • 5
  • the academic rigor is not that bad. everyone is pretty good with following the rules. i personally do not have a problem with following rules because at the end of…

  • Aug-25-2012 Read More

Programs & Majors

BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES Associate
Management Information Systems, General 1
LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES, GENERAL STUDIES AND HUMANITIES Associate
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 349