Defense Acquisition University (DAU)
Through a strategic partnership, The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) and American
Graduate University offer graduate degrees and professional certificate programs.
These programs use the education, training and experience of members of the Defense
Acquisition, Technology and Logistics workforce in conjunction with graduate courses
offered by AGU. Through this partnership with DAU, DOD personnel who have earned
a Level 1, 2 or 3 certification in one of DAU's 11 career fields may take AGU courses
and apply them toward graduate degree or certificate programs.
The DAU/AGU programs lead to either graduate degrees in Contract Management, Acquisition
Management, Project Management, Master of Business Administration, or master's certificates
in Acquisition and Contracting, Program/Project Management, Financial Management
and Pricing, Business Management, MBA Essentials, and MBA Principles.
National Contract Management Association
American Graduate University is a Charter Education Partner with the National Contract
Management Association to help increase the depth and breadth of education training
opportunities for NCMA members.
Project Management Institute (PMI) – Registered Education Provider
American Graduate University is a Global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) of
the Project Management Institute. Students receive PDUs for successful completion
of project management-related courses.
Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)
AGU is a consortium member institution of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges. SOC
was created in 1972 to provide educational opportunities to servicemembers who,
because they frequently moved from place to place, had trouble completing college
degrees. SOC functions in cooperation with 15 higher education associations, the
Department of Defense, and Active and Reserve Components of the Military Services
to expand and improve voluntary postsecondary education opportunities for servicemembers
Military Friendly School
American Graduate University was named to G.I. Jobs magazine's list of Military
Friendly Schools. The list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and
trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America's veterans as student.
Criteria for making the list included efforts to recruit and retain military and
veteran students and academic accreditations.