AMSC Special Programs

Atlanta Metropolitan State College offers a variety of special programs, some of which constitute collaborations and partnerships with various community, state, and national organizations. Click on the image to learn more about selected AMSC special programs.

qep The Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) is a five year plan to address the greatest student learning need at AMSC, mathematics. The focus of the QEP is improving the Math 0099 learning experience to enhance student success rates and improve COMPASS Test pass rates. The QEP Math 0099 course has been rebuilt to engage students in active learning, allowing them to move at a self-pace, and take advantage of cutting-edge learning technological support. Read More
dualenrollment AMSC has a variety of programs that allow high school students to obtain college credit courses while still attending high school. Read More
State of Georgia Employee Career Development Program The Georgia Employees Careers Program (GECP) provides the opportunity for state employees to attain training and degrees in post-secondary education. This program is a collaboration between Atlanta Metropolitan State College (Undergraduate Programs) and Mercer University (Graduate Programs). Read More
Pre_Post MAT Pre-MAT is a workshop that provides reviews in Mathematics, English, and Reading that prepares students for success on the College's placement test (COMPASS), as well as prepares students to exit the Learning Support COMPASS test requirement. Read More
PTK Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Read More

The Brother-2-Brother (B2B) program is an official student organization of collegiate trailblazing students whose purpose is to increase the enrollment, retention, and graduation rates of African American and Latino male students at AMSC. Read More


The Alpha Eta Tau Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi shall be to promote excellence in recognition of outstanding contributions to education.

Kappa Delta Pi shall endeavor to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its members, to quicken professional growth, and to honor achievement in educational work.??

To these ends, it shall invite to membership persons who exhibit commendable professional qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship, without regard to race, age, ethnicity, religion, gender or sexual identity, or disability.

To qualify for membership, a student must be an education major and have the intent to continue academically and professionally in the field of education; demonstrate leadership attributes; have completed at least 30 credit hours of collegiate course work; have at least 12 credit hours in education course work and programmed, in progress, or completed; and demonstrate a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or greater.

For more information see KDP advisors:

Professor Michelle Geisert
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Associate Counselor

Dr. Hazel Smith-Mays
Associate Professor of Teacher Education
Associate Counselor

Dr. Robert Wilkes
Associate Professor of Political Science
Associate Counselor