Fort Benning Education Center

Military Programs on Fort Benning

Kaplan University is proud to support all those assigned to Fort Benning. If you are a servicemember, DoD-employed civilian, or military family member we invite you to explore Kaplan University’s online programs or visit us in the Education Office.

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The Kaplan University Military Student Support Desk
Fort Benning Education Center
8150 Marne RD Bldg 9230, SLF room Cubicle F
University Military Student Support Center: 866.583.4412 (Toll Free)

Program Options

Kaplan University offers more than 180 programs. In addition, we offer special military programs for those stationed on Fort Benning.

On-Base Hybrid Programs/The Associate of Science in Health Science

Those serving as a 68W can complete their associate's degree in just 5 courses.* The first 4 courses are offered through the hybrid model, with a weekly face-to-face seminar occurring during lunch hour. The remaining hybrid course elements are completed online. The final course will be completed 100% online. 

Once this program is complete, graduates have the option of moving into one of Kaplan University's health sciences bachelor's degree programs. Credit may also be awarded toward the bachelor's degree program depending on skill level and MOS.* Click here to learn more about health sciences completion options.

Program Overview 

The program provides a broad education and allows students to select coursework in health science subjects including anatomy and physiology, chemistry, nutrition, pathophysiology, clinical skills, health education, and health informatics. The program includes a capstone experience designed to prepare students for work in various health science fields within the military and could help students meet educational requirements for advancement.

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*Based on a member of the military who transfers in 65 quarter credit hours (the maximum amount of credit). Coursework reduction reflects an educational mapping based on the completion of the standard courses required for rank advancement as well as credit for occupation duties. Credit awards have service-level requirements. Exact transfer amount may vary depending on completed military courses and occupations as listed on your official Joint Service Transcript(s). State-specific requirements, as listed in, may apply. All credits must be validated on official transcript(s) to be eligible for transfer.

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