Air Force Transfer Credit

Airmen enlisted in the U.S. Air Force are automatically enrolled in the Community College of the Air Force External link (CCAF) and can begin completing the 64 credit hours needed to earn an Associate in Applied Science degree.

A total of 49 hours are earned through the Air Force, and 15 credit hours of general education must be attained at a civilian institution. 

Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative program (AU-ABC)

AU-ABC connects CCAF graduates to approved, online baccalaureate degree programs from accredited civilian colleges.

Students participating in AU-ABC at Columbia College may complete their bachelor's degree in 60 credit hours or less once they have completed their Associate in Applied Science degree at CCAF.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice

The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice degree is a Category II AU-ABC program. Airmen who need up to nine credit hours to complete their CCAF degree agree to take these courses at Columbia College. The classes simultaneously fulfill a student's CCAF degree requirements and specific prerequisites. From CCAF degree completion, the student will need no more than 60 credit hours to complete a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice through Columbia College's AU-ABC program.

Bachelor of General Studies

The Bachelor of General Studies is a Category I AU-ABC program. CCAF graduates will need no more than 60 credit hours to complete a Bachelor of General Studies through the Columbia College AU-ABC program.

To learn more, visit your local education office or the Air Force Virtual Education Center.

General Education Mobile (GEM)

GEM is a partnership between the Community College of the Air Force and academic institutions to offer general educations courses to meet CCAF Associate of Applied Science degree requirements. GEM allows an Airman to complete all general education requirements online at one institution for faster degree completion. 

CCAF students select communication, mathematics, social sciences and humanities courses.

COMM 110 - Introduction to Speech
ENGL 133W - First-Year Writing Seminar

MATH 110 - Quantitative Reasoning

MATH 150 - College Algebra

MATH 170 - Finite Mathematics

MATH 180 - Precalculus

MATH 201 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

MATH 215 - Differential Calculus

GEOG 101 - Intro to Geography 

SOCI 270 - Minority Cultures & Relations

ECON 293 - Macroeconomics

ECON 294 - Microeconomics

POSC 111 - American National Govt

POSC 292 - International Relations

PSYC 101 - General Psychology

SOCI 111 - General Sociology

ARTS 105 - Art Appreciation

ARTS 111 - Art and Ideas I

ARTS 112 - Art and Ideas II

ENGL 231 - British Literature I

ENGL 241 - American Literature I

ENGL 242 - American Literature II

MUSI 120 - Music and Human Experience

PHIL 201 - Intro to Philosophy

PHIL 210 - Logic and Critical Thinking

RELI 101 - Religion and Human Experience