Community College of the Air Force General Education Mobile (GEM) program at Argosy University

 

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Argosy University

Community College of the Air Force, General Education Mobile

Argosy University is proud to have been selected as one of the academic institutions invited to participate in the Community College of the Air Force's (CCAF) General Education Mobile (GEM) program.

Normally, the final 15 semester hours most CCAF students need to complete in order to earn their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree are general education courses that include: oral communication, written communication, mathematics, social sciences, and humanities.

Through Argosy University and the GEM program, airmen have the opportunity to complete the CCAF's 15 semester hours of general education courses to earn their AAS degree and apply the credits towards a Bachelor’s degree.

The approved course work applies to the Associates of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts, or Bachelor of Science programs.

Oral Communication

  • COM114 - Public Speaking

Written Communication

  • ENG101 – English Composition I
  • ENG102 – English Composition II

Mathematics

  • MAT106 – Quantitative Literacy
  • MAT107 - College Algebra
  • MAT109 – General Education Mathematics

Social Science

  • ECO201 - Macroeconomics
  • ECO202 - Microeconomics
  • POL110 - American Experience
  • PSY101 - General Psychology
  • HUM201 – United States History
  • SOC110 – Sociology in a Global Perspective

Humanities

  • ENG103 - The Literary Experience
  • PHI101 – Ethics in Contemporary Society
  • HUM200 – Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • HUM215 – Diversity and World Cultures
  • HUM220 – Ethics and Social Justice

Tuition & Fees

  • Tuition - $250 per credit
  • Fees - Waived