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Programs & Courses

Amberton University Course Guide

Courses at Amberton

Browse Amberton University's Course Guide to learn more about a course and to view the course syllabus. Please see the Schedule of Classes for a printable version of the current schedule. To find your desired course, use the search box or click on the course in the listing below to see the course description, competencies and syllabus for all sections offered.

Course Rotations

Courses are offered at Amberton University on a rotation basis.  Each course is not offered every session.  The following rotation guides indicate when a course should be offered during the year.  It does not indicate delivery method.  Course rotations are subject to change as needed.

Undergraduate Course Rotation Guide Graduate Course Rotation Guide
Session Schedule

Amberton University has four (4) ten-week sessions each academic year – Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring. Approximately two months prior to a session starting, a Schedule of Classes is posted on the University website indicating course offerings, course formats/meeting times and instructors. The Schedule of Classes also contains information about contacting your instructors and the University. Financial and tuition refund information is also provided in each Schedule of Classes.

Spring 2024 Schedule of Classes
Course Syllabi

Course syllabi are available by searching below for a specific course (i.e., MGT6203).  Once the course is located and clicked on, scroll down the page to the ‘Syllabi’ section.  Click on ‘Download’ to download the appropriate syllabus. Syllabi are organized by session and format (lecture, online)

Explore Amberton Courses & Departments

Below is a list of courses offered by the University. All courses are not offered each session and follow a course rotation schedule. Please review the Undergraduate or Graduate Course Rotation Guide above to determine when a course could be offered. The session and format below is not to be used as a planning guide for when/how a course will be offered. Current course offerings are listed in the Schedule of Classes.

Fall
Spring
Summer
Winter
Classroom
Online
Accounting
Business
Communication
Counseling
Economics
English
Finance
History
Human Behavior & Development
Human Resources & Training
Humanities
Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing
Mathematics
Psychology
Religion
Required Graduate Studies
Science
1000
2000
3000
4000
Graduate
Undergraduate

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