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Air Force General Education Mobile (GEM) Program 

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AMU is proud to be a part of the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) General Education Mobile (GEM) program. GEM allows Air Force students to take online courses through AMU that may count towards a degree with CCAF.

This information is intended for all new Air Force students who are required to provide their Education Office with this list of AMU university courses that can fulfill their general education requirements.

 

 

Oral Communication

COMM200 Public Speaking

Written Communication

ENGL101 Proficiency in Writing
ENGL102  Effectiveness in Writing
ENGL110 Making Writing Relevant
ENGL200 Composition and Literature

Mathematics

MATH110 College Algebra
MATH111 College Trigonometry
MATH120 Introduction to Statistics
MATH125 Math for Liberal Arts Majors
MATH225 Calculus

Social Science

ANTH100 Introduction to Anthropology
CHFD220 Human Sexuality
ECON101 Microeconomics
ECON102 Macroeconomics
GEOG101 Introduction to Geography
HIST101 American History to 1877
HIST102 American History since 1877
POLS210 American Government I
PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
SOCI111 Introduction to Sociology

Humanities

ARAB100 Arabic I
ARTH200 Art Appreciation
ARTH241 Film and Literature
GERM100 German I
LITR221 American Literature from The Civil War to Present
MUSI200 Music Appreciation
PHIL101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL200 Introduction to Ethics
RELS201 Introduction to World Religions
SPAN100 Spanish I

Getting Started

Air Force students wishing to take a few general education courses at AMU, should select “Non-Degree Seeking Student” status when completing our admissions application. This leaves you free to register for any individual course as long as you meet the requirements for that course. Learn more about taking individual courses.

Contact Us

For questions please email: Jolene Passut, Associate Vice President, Transfer Students and Credit Evaluation