AMU is proud to be a participating institution in the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) General Education Mobile (GEM) program. The GEM program is an initiative created by the Air Force to provide greater educational continuity and faster completion. As an approved-GEM school, AMU provides Air Force and Space Force students with general education courses needed to meet CCAF's degree requirements. The online courses listed below may be used to fulfill up to 15 credits of general education requirement for an Associate in Applied Science degree at the CCAF.
Approved GEM Courses
- CHFD220 – Human Sexuality
- ECON101 – Microeconomics
- GEOG101 – Introduction to Geography
- HIST101 – American History to 1877
- HIST102 – American History since 1877
- POLS210 – American Government I
- PSYC101 – Introduction to Psychology
- ANTH100 – Introduction to Anthropology
- SOCI111 – Introduction to Sociology
- ECON102 – Macroeconomics
AMU Removes Barriers
UNDERGRADUATE AND MASTER’S EDUCATION FOR POTENTIALLY ZERO OUT-OF-POCKET TUITION*
Ready for Your Next Mission?
Air Force and Space Force students wishing to take a few general education courses at AMU, should select “Undergraduate Individual Courses” status when completing our admissions application. This allows you to register for any individual course as long as you meet the requirements for that course.
Steps to Get Started
Complete Admissions Requirements
After you submit your application, an admissions representative will walk you through the follow-up steps you need to get started.