From its founding in 1903 until the incorporation into the University System of Georgia in 1932, Albany was officially designated a teacher-training school. Since that period, Albany State has continued to expand, adding “University” to its name in 1996, along with broadening academic programs.
Albany State University awards bachelor’s, master’s, and Education Specialist degrees, along with hosting various non-degree programs. A wide range of undergraduate programs are divided among four colleges:
College of Arts & Humanities
College of Business
College of Sciences & Health Professions
College of Education
For working professionals or students requiring added flexibility, ASU Online offers an alternative educational route. These courses retain the same high standards of those taught on-campus. Additionally, a large number of online courses are delivered in accelerated 8-week sessions. Asynchronous formats also allow students to complete assignments and learn at their convenience.
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
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