||Believe. Begin. Become
||Dr. Gary McGaha
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Atlanta Metropolitan College
Atlanta Metropolitan State College is a state college in the University System of Georgia, United States.
Located along the Metropolitan Parkway corridor in southwest Atlanta, Atlanta Metropolitan College is a four-year urban, commuter campus providing an education to students who primarily come from metropolitan Atlanta. Its educational programs are for students interested in earning an associate degree or preparing to move on to a four-year institution.
Founded in 1974 as part of the University System of Georgia, Atlanta Junior College was renamed Atlanta Metropolitan College in 1988 and received state college status in 2011.
With an enrollment of 3,200, women are in the majority, as are African-American students, and 93 percent are Georgia residents. But the college attracts students from foreign countries. More than half of the students attend classes full-time. AMSC offers online courses via the Desire2Learn program.
Atlanta Metropolitan State College, a unit of the University System of Georgia, focuses on excellence, where outstanding faculty members and committed staff teach and facilitate the successful academic matriculation and holistic development of students.The College offers an affordable liberal arts education and prepares students from a diverse urban community to function in a global society.
The Atlanta Metropolitan College is a Private university located in Atlanta.
The Atlanta Metropolitan College was founded in 1974.
The current president of Atlanta Metropolitan College is Dr. Gary McGaha.