Answered By: Judith Jablonski
Last Updated: Apr 03, 2017     Views: 122

While you can search for a single journal title (how-to info here), sometimes you might want to view all the periodicals in our holdings for a subject area. Here is how to do that.

1. Go to the APUS Library's HOME page. Click on the View All Databases A-Z List  link.

Library Home page Datadases A-Z link


2. Scroll down to F in the list. Click to open. Then click on the FIND A JOURNAL link.

Find a Journal Link on Databases A-Z List


3. You will see the main FIND A JOURNAL page.
     Use the BROWSE E-JOURNALS BY SUBJECT box to select a main subject area.
     (Some are combined subject areas).

Find A Journal Main Subjects Menu

4. Click on the area that your subject/discipline falls under and hit ENTER or the SEARCH button.

    In this example, we are looking for Health Sciences journals. So we have clicked on the Health & Biological
subject area.

Find A Journal Detailed Subject Headings

You will see a list of subject headings listed alphabetically by title. The number of periodicals in our collection
is listed next to the subject heading.

Example:  Biology - General (499)

499 = the number of journal titles in the APUS Library under this heading. 
Click the subject heading to get the full list of all journal titles for that heading.

Find A Journal List of Journals For Biology General

If you are unsure which subject heading to choose, the librarians can help! Contact us at


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