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 or Guardian 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 106 - Intermediate Algebra
MATH 110 - Quantitative Reasoning
MATH 150 - College Algebra
MATH 180 - Precalculus
MATH 201 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
MATH 215 - Differential Calculus
MATH 250 - Statistics I
ANTH 112 - General Anthropology
ECON 293 - Macroeconomics
HIST 112 - Making the Modern World
HIST 122 - American History Since 1877
GEOG 101 - Intro to Geography
PSYC 101 - General Psychology
POSC 111 - American National Government
SOCI 101 - Social Justice
SOCI 111 - General Sociology
SOCI 270 - Diversity and Society
ARTS 105 - Art Appreciation
ARTS 111 - Art and Ideas I
ARTS 112 - Art and Ideas II
ENGL 231W - British Literature I
ENGL 241W - American Literature I
ENGL 242W - American Literature II
MUSI 120 - Music and Human Experience
PHIL 101 - Intro to Philosophy
PHIL 210 - Logic and Critical Thinking
RELI 101 - Religion and Human Experience
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 Business Administration
The Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree is Category III AU-ABC program. Airmen and Guardians with a CCAF degree may have to complete more than 60 semester hours of credit beyond the AAS but meet all other AU-ABC specifications. Send your CCAF transcript to MSC@CCIS.edu for a review to determine how many credit hours will still be needed to complete the degree.
Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration
The Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration degree is Category III AU-ABC program. Airmen and Guardians with a CCAF degree may have to complete more than 60 semester hours of credit beyond the AAS but meet all other AU-ABC specifications. Send your CCAF transcript to MSC@CCIS.edu for a review to determine how many credit hours will still be needed to complete the degree.
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 .