American Sentinel University exists to enable our students to achieve their educational and professional goals. Our high quality online degree programs have been designed so that our students can maximize their Return on Learning.
American Sentinel's educational approach is backed by top leaders in higher education in North America. American Sentinel was founded as a Vanderbilt University Technology Company by nationally recognized academic and business leaders, including Joe B. Wyatt, Chancellor Emeritus of Vanderbilt University and Dr. Richard W. Oliver, CEO of American Sentinel University (author of several management books, former VP Marketing for Nortel, and award-winning professor at Vanderbilt University).
- Founded in 1988 (American College of Computer & Information Science) and 2000 (American Graduate School of Management)
- Over 15 online degree programs with no residency requirements
- 1,200+ students
- 1,400+ alumni
- 40+ full and adjunct faculty (over 60% with PhDs)
- 35+ academic administrators and staff
- Offices: Denver, CO and Birmingham, AL
- Accredited: Distance Education & Training Council
- Student Satisfaction: average more than 90% across programs
American Sentinel University's mission is to provide high-quality, innovative degree and certificate programs that enable students to develop the critical thinking, decision-making, and leadership skills necessary to enhance their personal lives and their careers in emerging industries and fast-growing sectors of the global economy.
To be recognized as a world leader ...
... for providing accessible, quality, advanced education for the motivated, non-traditional learner/professional who seeks to lead in emerging industries or growing market sectors of the global economy...
... for providing new levels of access to motivated, non-traditional students who here-to-fore have not had the opportunity for advanced professional degrees for reasons of time, money, or geography...
... for innovative use of technology that creates new standards in assessment and achievement of academic excellence...
... for understanding and meeting the changing needs of its students, communities, and other constituents...
... for creating excellence in student and constituent services.