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Not all online degrees are created equal. GMC has been guiding its students to brighter futures for over 140 years. Our Global Online Leadership College offers nineteen Associate’s degrees and five Bachelor’s degrees—all 100% online. Lectures, assignments, tests, and quizzes are all online, meaning you can attend classes from anywhere in the world without ever setting a foot on our campus.

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  • Affordable Tuition
  • 100% Online
  • Fully Accredited
  • Accelerated Terms
  • Free Tutoring
  • Transfer Credits Accepted


All Programs Associate's Degree Programs Bachelor's Degree Programs

College Credits

We have the resources and knowledge to help you transfer college credits successfully. You work hard. We make sure your work will count when you move on to another institution of higher learning. When you start here, you really can go anywhere.

SACSCOC Accredited. Military-Friendly. Established in 1879.

Online Degrees.
Designed to Serve.

  • GI Bill & Tuition Assistance
  • Military Spousal Benefits
  • Global Access
  • Open Admissions. Only GED or high school equivalent required.
  • No testing requirements for placement
  • Dedicated Veterans Benefits Office
  • No Application Fee
  • Free Tutoring & Academic Support

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Did we mention that we charge no out of state tuition fees?

Receiving your online degree can be a large investment, but Georgia Military Global Online Leadership College makes it affordable. Just compare your costs with other online colleges, and you’ll see the exceptional value that we offer.

How Prepared Am I
To Be An Online Student?

Curious if you have what it takes to be successful in an online program?  You are not alone.  Most of our students start out a little nervous that they do not have the required skills for success, but they quickly learn that learning online is a rewarding experience.  Many of our students actually prefer it once they get started.  To help aid in your decision, feel free to take our Online Readiness Assessment to evaluate where you stand.

A Week in the Life of a
Global Online Leadership College Student


“I work full-time, Monday-Friday so prefer to access my classes on Monday mornings to plan my week accordingly.”


“I read the assigned reading from my textbook in the evenings on Tuesdays so I am prepared for the weekly assignments.”


“When I get off work, I submit my initial post to the discussion forum so I am ready to respond to my peers.”


“As a mother, I focus on my other assignments due Sunday like my lab report.  I’m also active in my discussion forums.”


“I post my initial response to essaylamba.com and the second discussion forum and prepare for other assignments such as my psychology quiz and critical thinking exercise.”


“Before my son’s soccer games, I  review supplemental resources so I am prepared for my sociology test on Sunday.”


“On Sundays, I post to a couple of peers in the discussion forums and submit any final assignments due today.”