Upskilling and Reskilling Your Personnel for the Future
As new and complex challenges emerge for those who keep our communities and nation safe, workforce learning and development strategies become pivotal factors. Personnel must be equipped with the knowledge and skill needed to ensure the safety and well-being of those they serve.
To support those who serve, forward-thinking leaders need to consider how reskilling and upskilling can better prepare their personnel for the challenges they face—be it communicating with members of the public or gaining knowledge to tackle evolving issues.
As a pioneer in quality, affordable online higher education, American Military University (AMU) provides career-relevant educational opportunities to bridge gaps in people skill sets.
Whether your personnel are building new knowledge or preparing for advancement, AMU stands ready. These disciplines represent a sampling of the career-relevant online degree and certificate program areas we offer. DoD Imagery Usage
Business & Management
Emergency & Disaster Management
Public Administration & Public Policy
To learn about specific programs we cover within these areas, or if you’d like to know more about an area of special interest to your organization, get in touch with us.
CACI’s partnership with the university is built on a mutual commitment to character and integrity. Working collaboratively, we advance the cause of creating diverse solutions and global strategic success. CACI is proud to continue partnering on a shared vision of innovation, service, and excellence, and an Ever Vigilant focus on national security.
Your workforce is busy on the job and at home. Unpredictable and irregular schedules necessitate a learning partner who provides a responsive solution and a quality experience. That’s where AMU helps. Here are a few of the many reasons students turn to us.
Courses are online with weekly class schedules and no set login times, especially attractive to working professionals, like police, firefighters, and other first responders.
Mostly 8-week class formats, with monthly program starts, allow students to start on their schedule.
We provide transfer credit for military experience and public safety academy training, including POST, FLETA, BLET, or IFSAC—enabling students to finish more quickly. It costs $0 to both evaluate and apply transfer credits.
Undergraduate tuition is $285/credit hour and master’s-level tuition is $370/credit hour. Eligible students may receive a military tuition grant that covers undergrad and master’s tuition above the military TA cap of $250/credit hour.
Many faculty bring real-world experience from law enforcement, firefighting, emergency and disaster management, homeland security, and intelligence communities.
AMU is part of the accredited American Public University System (APUS). APUS is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org). Several programs have achieved specialized accreditation.
As your educational partner, we’re here to help you every step of the way—from determining the reporting you need to show impact to helping you roll out your program.
Dedicated Strategy Manager
Define the strategy and goals critical to demonstrate your program’s value to leadership across your organization. We’ll map the numbers that show how you’re moving the needle.
Awareness Campaign Support
Access promotional material through an online asset management system for everything from email copy to print-ready collateral to help you market this educational opportunity to your staff members, taking some of the heavy lifting from your plate.
Rich Data Reporting
Capture your ROI with a custom report to track key metrics, including monetary savings through the partnership, transfer credits, program selections, and learning performance.
We invite you to explore our catalog of visor cards. These complimentary laminated cards, shipped at no cost, can be a go-to resource for officers and first responders faced with a variety of emergencies and situations. Topics range from Officer Stress Management to Recognizing Human Trafficking Victims. Cards can be tucked in a car visor, placed on a clipboard, or carried in a pocket for quick reference.