Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative
Airmen currently completing their CCAF degree are encouraged to contact Troy University as early in their programs of study as possible so as to insure maximum award of transfer credit for courses completed at CCAF.
The Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU ABC) was designed to provide Bachelor degree opportunities for enlisted Airmen. The cooperative focuses on advanced education as a means of enhancing force development while maximizing tuition assistance benefits and minimizing costs. Information regarding program costs is found at: http://www.troy.edu/sfs/tuition-fees-online.html
In order to realize these objectives, the Air Force has partnered with military friendly civilian institutions willing to maximize credit earned through the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree awarded by the Communty College of the Air Force (CCAF). Additionally, institutions participating in the partnership provide distance learning and bachelor degree opportunities that are accessed through the Air Force portal.
As an institution with a long history of serving the US Air Force, Troy University is proud to be a partner in this initiative.
Currently, the 5 Troy University Bachelor Degree programs listed here below are included in the program. For airmen interested in other programs, please review the full range of program offerings available through the University's eTROY.
For complete details on this program including course descriptions, academic policies, etc. please refer to the Troy University catalog at http://www.troy.edu/catalogs/undergraduate/
Providing students with basic knowledge of the criminal justice system to include law enforcement, the courts, corrections and all of the specific career fields associated with the discipline.
Prepare students, through this knowledge and acquired intellectual skills, for adding to the quality of the criminal justice system through employment in the field as a professional, or for adding to its quality as citizens in shaping policy through their understanding and support.
To prepare students academically so that they may be accepted into graduate programs in criminal justice (including the program at Troy University), in criminology, and/or related fields such as sociology, public administration, political science, psychology, and human services.
To prepare students who graduate with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice for admission to law school.
The BS Degree in Criminal Justice at Troy University requires:
Please note that CCAF students who have taken Law Enforcement and Security courses in their AAS Program at CCAF may receive additional transfer credit for equivalent coursework successfully completed.
The purpose of the undergraduate program in political science is to provide knowledge and skills necessary to prepare individuals for: (1) entry level leadership positions in government service, public management, or the military; (2) a sufficient level of academic skills necessary to gain entry into and succeed in advanced, graduate study in the field of political science or post-graduate professional education, such as law school; and (3) work in a position in the private sector, such as journalism, communication, and business where knowledge of politics, public policy or governmental relations is of particular importance.
The BS Degree in Political Science at Troy University requires:
Please note that CCAF students who have taken Political Science and or Public Administration Courses in their AAS Program at CCAF may receive additional transfer credit for equivalent coursework successfully completed.
Psychology is the science concerned with the understanding of behavior and mental processes. A major in psychology provides students with (1) a useful foundation for further study at the graduate level, leading to various careers in psychology, or to study in the health professions and social work; (2) skills related to employment at the baccalaureate level for the pursuit of careers in mental health services, industry, human services or areas where the knowledge of behavior would be deemed beneficial; and (3) a sound preparation for describing, understanding, predicting, and controlling the events in their own lives. Students who obtain an advanced degree have a growing range of new opportunities for employment in medical settings, sports, business, the military, as well as private practice, university teaching, and research.
The BS Degree in Psychology at Troy University requires:
Please note that CCAF students who have taken Psychology courses in their AAS Program at CCAF may receive additional transfer credit for equivalent coursework successfully completed.
The purpose of the Social Science undergraduate program is to provide students with a broad academic exposure to the field of Social Science and the opportunity for concentrated study in areas of General Social Science, Anthropology, Sociology, Geography, and Leadership.
The BS Degree in Social Science at Troy University requires:
Please note that CCAF students who have taken Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology and or Social Science courses in their AAS Program at CCAF may receive additional transfer credit for equivalent coursework successfully completed.
The Hospitality, Sport and Tourism (HST) Management Program at Troy University is committed to providing students with the highest quality educational experiences so that they will be prepared to meet the many demands and challenges of sport management in the 21st century. The purpose of the undergraduate Sports Management major is to prepare students for careers as program directors, marketing and promotion directors, event managers, facilities directors, compliance directors, athletics directors, sport retail managers and other related positions within interscholastic, intercollegiate, professional or recreational sports. TROY’s Sport Management Program is among a select few that are nationally accredited by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA).
While this program will enjoy wide appeal from CCAF students studying a broad range of career fields, it is believed that this program will be of particular interest to CCAF students completing the AAS degree in Allied Health Services, Dietetics and Nutrition, Health Care Management, Restaurant Hotel and Fitness Management, Survival Instructor and Physical Therapist Assistant. It may also have interest for CCAF students completing the AAS in Cardiopulmonary Lab Technician and Personnel Recovery.
The BS Degree in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management at Troy University is a 123 semester hour program and requires:
CCAF graduates may transfer up to 60 semester hours into this program leaving a balance of 63 semester hours to be completed at Troy University.