Grand Canyon University understands that the demands of military life can make going to school difficult. In order to serve airmen and airwomen looking to earn their bachelor’s degree, GCU proudly partners with Air University to offer an Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC). To learn more about this partnership and how to earn your degree from GCU, keep reading!
What is Air University?
Air University is the Air Force’s Intellectual and Leadership Center. It is an accredited military education system that prepares leaders for the challenges of tomorrow. Earning a college-level education is becoming increasingly valuable, so Air University has partnered with GCU to offer an efficient path for airmen and airwomen to earn their bachelor’s degree.
Air University Programs
When it comes to earning your bachelor’s degree, GCU will review all credits earned through your Community College of the Air Force and apply the greatest possible number of credits to one of our approved Air University ABC degree programs.
GCU’s degree programs will help you to enhance skills and gain a competitive edge in military and civilian markets. Wondering what kind of degrees you can earn? If you are passionate about business, choose from GCU’s applied business analytics, applied management and applied business information systems programs. Or, if you desire to improve the health and safety of others, you can earn a degree in health science or public safety and emergency management.
When it comes to preparing for your future at GCU, the possibilities are endless! Throughout your academic journey, you will receive support from a military university counselor who is committed to your success. This way, you will never be alone as you work toward your college degree.
At Grand Canyon University, serving the military community is a top priority. To learn more about GCU’s resources for military students, visit our website or request more information using the button at the top of the page.
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