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FLEX Term Classes Begin March 9

Ready to get started or return to college?  Armstrong has certificates, degrees and programs to help in the short term and the long run. There’s still time to get started and complete semester courses this fall. The 7-week flex-term classes run from March 9 to May 7. You can choose from a variety of core classes and work toward a certificate, an associate's, a bachelor's or master's degree --online or on campus, on your own time or in a seated class. We also offer a number of programs with flexible formats that you could begin next semester. Use the buttons on the right to apply by February 9.

Flexible Format Programs

We offer a variety of flexible, adult student-friendly programs that can be completed fully online, in blended formats, or in seated formats offered in the evening. Click the links for more details about the programs, including recommended plans of study to complete degrees and certificates in a timely manner.

**enroll now** - program has classes beginning in March

Fully Online

Blended Format

Evening

Enroll Now to START STRONG in March

Brand new to college or still working on your core classes? You can take an introductory level course in English, Mathematics, Art, Biology, Criminal Justice, History, or Sociology. See how you can start back to school in March.

Be sure to check out the Core Requirements page for a complete checklist and a plan to complete the core curriculum in six semesters. Also, be sure to check for core courses offered online and at our Liberty Center location.

Establish a foundation for ANY major: CORE Curriculum, START NOW!

ENGL 1101 COMPOSITION I 
ENGL 1102 COMPOSITION II – Monday/Wednesday 6:00 - 8:45pm
ARTS 1100 ART APPRECIATION – Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 - 8:45pm
CRJU 2010 UNIVERSAL JUSTICE – Tuesday/Thursday 9:30AM - 12:15pm
CRJU 2020 ETHICAL THEORIES AND MORAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
HIST 1112 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II – Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 - 8:45pm
HIST 2000 ETHICS AND VALUES IN HISTORY – Monday/Wednesday 3:00 - 6:15pm
POLS 1200 ETHICS AND MORALS IN GOVERNEMENT – Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 - 8:45pm
SOCI 1101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 

Take a Math course

MATH 1113 PRE-CALCULUS – Tuesday/Thursday 6:00 - 8:45pm 

Take Coure Courses for Liberal Arts Majors

BIOL 1120 DIVERSITY OF LIFE – Monday/Wednesday 12:00 - 2:45pm
BIOL 1130 HUMAN BIOLOGY – Tuesday/Thursday 3:00 - 6:15pm
BIOL 1140 ENVIORNMENTAL BIOLOGY – Monday/Wednesday 2:00 - 5:45pm

Or, maybe you want to START STRONG Online?

Undergraduate Online Courses beginning in March

ENGL 3720 BUSINESS/TECHINCAL COMMUNICATION
CRJU 2010 UNIVERSAL JUSTICE 
CRJU 2020 ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
POLS 1150 WORLD POLITICS
POLS 1200 ETHICS AND MORALS IN GOVERNMENT
SOCI 1101 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY
POLS 1100 POLITICAL HISTORY OF AMERICA/GEORGIA
ECON 1101 SURVEY OF ECONOMICS 

Do you want to START STRONG as a Georgia Educator?

Should you decide to pursue a Master's Degree in Education you may use these courses toward an M. Ed. in Reading or Special Education.

Interested in teaching the New Teacher Leadership Endorsement?

EDTL 7010 SUPERVISION FOR IMPROVEMENT OF INSTRUCTION

Interested in teaching adult learners?

HRVD 7410 ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY AND PRACTICE

Do you want to work with individuals with special needs? Look at the following courses in the Special Ed Transition Endorsement sequence.

EDUC 6000 PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION TO TEACHING
EDUC 6100 TECHNOLOGY THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR TEACHERS
EEXE 7319 CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION PLANNING
EEXE 7320 VOCATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS

Do you want to begin your MAT program in English, History, Science, or Math?

EDUC 6000 PROFESSIONAL ORIENTATION TO TEACHING
EDUC 6100 TECHNOLOGY THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

Spring Flex Offerings at Liberty Center

Wondering what you can take during our 7-week flex term this semester? Here are some suggested courses to get started in a program of study at Liberty Center in Hinesville.

  1. Apply for admission at Liberty Center campus Requirements may vary from Armstrong standards.
  2. Already accepted to the Liberty Center campus? Make an appointment with the Liberty Center Office for Advisement and Registration (912.877.1906) to set up a meeting with an advisor.

Health Professions

PSYC 2950 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT – Tuesday/Thursday 6:30 - 9:15pm
 

Associate of Science, Business Track or BS Business Economics

ECON 2106 MICROECONOMICS – Monday/Wednesday 9:00AM – 12:45PM
 

Core Curriculum

MONDAY - WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE

POLS 2290 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS – Monday 1:30 - 4:15pm
ENGL 1101 COMPOSITION I – Monday/Wednesday 6:30 - 9:15pm
PHIL 2030 ETHICS AND MORAL ISSUES – Monday/Wednesday 6:30 - 7:45pm
MUSC 1100 MUSIC APPRECIATION – Monday/Wednesday 6:30 - 9:15pm
ECON 2106 MICROECONOMICS – Monday/Wednesday 9:00am - 12:45pm

TUESDAY - THURSDAY SCHEDULE

HIST 1112 CIVILIZATION II – Tuesday/Thursday 12:00 - 2:45pm
HIST 2000 ETHICS AND VALUES IN HISTORY – Tuesday/Thursday 3:00 - 5:45pm
GEOG 1100 WORLD GEOGRAPHY – Tuesday/Thursday 6:30 - 9:15pm

Upper-Level Courses

SOCI 3800 SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITY – Monday/Wednesday 3:00 - 6:15pm

If you have been out of school for awhile, consider refreshing your mathematics skills
MATH 0099 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 - 11:45am

Already accepted? Make an appointment with the Office of Academic Orientation and Advisement ( 912.344.2570) to set up a meeting with an advisor.

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