Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC)
What is the AU-ABC program?
University of Alaska Fairbanks is one of a select few universities that have enrolled in the Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC). This partnership determines which Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) AAS degree or degrees link to select online UAF bachelor's degree programs. This program allows airmen to transfer most of their CCAF degree into an online bachelor’s degree program.
Why be an AU-ABC student at UAF?
As an AU-ABC student, you will have exceptional faculty, engaging course work and online student support. University of Alaska Fairbanks is accredited, internationally known as a research university and a military friendly school. UAF’s eCampus has earned the Quality Matters Online Learner Support Certification ensuring you can complete a quality degree no matter where you are stationed.
How long are courses at UAF?
Fall and Spring semesters are 16 weeks with shorter courses offered throughout the semester. Summer semester has two 6 week sessions and one 12 week session.
Current UAF degrees available through AU-ABC:
UAF degrees currently offered are classified as a Category III program for all CCAF degree programs. In as little as 67 credits you can earn one of the following University of Alaska Fairbanks degrees if you have completed your CCAF AAS degree.
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC)
UAF Bachelor of Applied Management
|Degree Requirements||Required Credits||CCAF Transfer Credit/other credit||Institution Credit Requirements|
|Major / Concentration||40||0||40|
|AIS F101: Effective Personal Computer Use||1||1|
|AIS F310: Management of Information Systems or
AIS F316: Accounting Information Systems
|BA F307: Introductory Human Resources Management||3||3|
|BA F308: Professional Development: How to Prepare for a Job & Other Survival Skills||1||1|
|BA F309: Professional Development: Finding a Career||1||1|
|BA F330: Legal Environment of Business||4||4|
|BA F343: Principles of Marketing||3||3|
|BA F360: Operations Management or
BA F490: Services Marketing
|BA F391: Alaska Native Corporations or
HSEM F461: Human Security in Alaska
|BAM F320: Management||3||3|
|BAM F352: Accounting & Finance||3||3|
|BAM F462: Project Management||3||3|
|HSEM F416: Cybersecurity Management||3||3|
|HSEM F445: Business Continuity & Crisis Management||3||3|
|STAT F200X: Elementary Statistics or
ECON F227: Intro to Stats for Economics & Business
|WRTG F111X: Writing Across Contexts||3||3|
|WRTG F211X: Writing & the Humanities or
WRTG F212X: Writing & the Professions or
WRTG F213X: Writing & the Sciences or
WRTG F214X: Arguing Across Contexts
|COJO F131X: Fund of Oral Comm-Group Context or
COJO F141X: Fund of Oral Comm-Public Context
|Additional Arts, Humanities, Social Science*||3||3|
|MATH 122: Essential Precalculus with Applications||3||3|
|Natural Science w/ lab*||8||8|
|LS F101X: Library Information & Research||1||1|
|BA F323X: Business Ethics||3||3|
|Electives||# Total Electives Required||# Electives Transferred||# Take at Institution|
Enough to have a total of 120 credits for degree
|Technical Credits||# Total Technical Credits||# Technical Credits Transferred||# Take at Institution|
|Total Credits Required to Earn Bachelor of Applied Management||120||53||67|
- Student has multiple options for general education requirements within the AAS degree and courses might transfer in differently depending on which courses the student chooses. However, UAF has several GEM-approved courses that students can take to meet their general education requirements. These can be found here: https://uaf.edu/veterans/students/gem.php
- When possible, it is recommended that the student take general and program electives for the AAS that count toward the UAF general education requirements including the following (if not taken as part of the AAS general education requirements) as part of the AAS degree: two natural science courses with labs, math at the precalculus level or higher, statistics, foreign language courses, oral communication, and a second written communication course.
- If students can complete the recommended courses above during their AAS degree, they will have fewer than 60 college credits to complete their BAM degree at UAF.
- In order to satisfy the oral communication requirement at UAF, the course needs a minimum of five speeches. Make sure to include any additional information that is needed for transfer credit to determine course equivalency if oral communications course is not taken through UAF.
- Grades of C or better are needed to transfer to UAF.
- Grades of C- or better are needed in all courses taken at UAF.
- A total of 120 credits are needed to earn a bachelor’s degree from UAF.
- This sample schedule is based on an AAS degree of 64 credit hours. The actual number of transfer credits awarded will be based on the number of courses successfully completed at CCAF or another regionally accredited school prior to transfer and may be more or less than 64 credit hours.
Get started with AU-ABC at UAF:
See your Military Education Counselor, or visit the Air Force Virtual Education Center on the Air Force portal to apply for your future at UAF.