American Sentinel University is among the nation’s first solely online institutions and has continually forged new ground as a pioneer in distance education. In the late 1990s, Rick Oliver, American Sentinel’s CEO, along with the recently retired chancellor of Vanderbilt University and several others founded the American Graduate School of Management.
The institution owes much of its early success to support received from Vanderbilt University, where Dr. Oliver had been a professor in the Owen Graduate School of Management. American Sentinel University has adopted philosophical statements of Mission, Vision, Principles, Values, and Service, as well as a Student Manifesto, to make sure that our stakeholders inside and outside the institution maintain a clear picture of what we seek to achieve.
Today, American Sentinel offers 12 degrees — from associate to doctoral — in four areas: nursing/health care, informatics, management and technology.
American Sentinel University, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of American Learning Solutions, Inc., or ALS. No single investor or affiliated group of investors holds more than a 24% stake in ALS. ALS has no role in nominating or confirming members of the American Sentinel Board of Trust, a self-governing body, that operates in accordance with the American Sentinel University Amended and Restated Charter of the Board of Trustees.
The following is the list of scholars from American Sentinel University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from American Sentinel University that are published in OMICS International journals.