Answered By: APUS Librarians
Last Updated: Sep 08, 2023     Views: 63287

Classes within a degree program may use different style guides, so before you choose a citation style to work with, be sure to check your course syllabus and the assignment instructions.  

If you don't see a style guide specified in your classroom, it's always a good idea to check with your instructor. 

You can also consult the list below; it lists the style(s) commonly used in each school at AMU and APU.  When more than one style is listed, try checking syllabi for courses within your degree program.

  • General/Interdisciplinary (AMU | APU)
    • APA, Chicago/Turabian or MLA 
       
  • Arts, Humanities & Education (AMU | APU)
    • APA, Chicago/Turabian or MLA
       
  • Business (AMU | APU
    • APA
       
  • Health Sciences (AMU | APU
    • APA
       
  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (AMU | APU
    • APA
       
  • Security & Global Studies (AMU | APU)
    • Chicago/Turabian, Bluebook or APA

Find each of these style guides in the Citing Sources section of the library's Writing@APUS resource.

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