Air University is the Air Force's Intellectual and Leadership Center; it is an accredited military education system that "produces the future by developing leaders and warfighters today ... for tomorrow." In partnership with Grand Canyon University (GCU), Air University offers an Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) - an efficient path for Airmen and Airwomen to attain their bachelor's degree.
GCU reviews all credits earned through your Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and applies the greatest possible number of credits to one of our approved AU-ABC bachelor's degrees. If your associate degree is in another discipline or for further evaluation, contact Stephen Smith at 855-GCU-LOPE or visit gcu.edu/airuniversity.
GCU offers a special rate for Active Duty military and their spouses.
Air University Eligibility
To be eligible for AU-ABC, you must be Active Duty Air Force, Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard. You may complete your degree requirements after you retire or separate from the Air Force. You may also be eligible if you are a retired airmen or veteran who has earned a qualifying CCAF degree. Work with your military university counselor to learn more.
GCU and AU-ABC
As an education partner of AU-ABC, GCU is required to meet specific accreditation standards and offer degree programs that directly relate to an Air Force specialty. GCU offers online programs for flexibility and convenience and maximizes the application of your military credit, making it possible for you to earn your bachelor's degree as quickly as possible.
|GCU Degree||Bachelor of Science in Applied Business Analytics||
Bachelor of Science in
|Bachelor of Science in Applied Management||Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care||Bachelor of Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Management|
|CCAF Degree Pairings||
Avionic Systems Technology
Air and Space Operations Technology
Munitions Systems Technology
Diagnostic Imaging Technology
|Criminal Justice Management|