Helping Propel Our Airmen
At American Military University (AMU), we take great pride in being an Air Force-friendly college. Through our online programs, you can complete your coursework whether you are at home or deployed. We're also committed to saving you time and money by awarding transfer credit* for your prior college coursework and Air Force experience.
*The University reserves the right to accept or deny credits according to the policies outlined on these transfer credit webpages. Actual time to completion will be based upon transfer credit evaluation and eligibility.
Steps to Get Started
"What made AMU different is that they got me to trust them, and the idea was that in the future things would work out because I trust this University. That has helped me shape my career after the military completely."
Air Force Veteran Max Aulakh
BS, Information Systems Security
We are one of a select few academic institutions participating in the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) General Education Mobile (GEM) program. Through AMU, you can fulfill the 15 general education requirement credits needed to obtain a CCAF associate degree.
If you choose to continue your education journey, you can transfer your CCAF associate degree credits toward a bachelor's degree through our Air University Associate Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC).
Your Degree May Be Closer Than You Think
Let us help you get the credits you deserve. We accept many forms of professional military education, non-academic experience, and training based on guidance from the American Council on Education. These credit recommendations appear on the servicemember’s Joint Services Transcript (JST) or Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) transcript. We reserve the right to accept or deny credits according to policies outlined on our University website.
- Air Command & Staff College (Resident and Non-Resident) found on Air University Transcript
- Air War College found on Air University Transcript
- Goodfellow Air Force Base
- U.S. Air Force Air Battle Manager Training
- U.S. Air Force International Squadron Officer School Resident Program
- U.S. Air Force SPACE 200 Course
- U.S. Air Force Squadron Officer School Resident Program found on Air University Transcript
UNDERGRADUATE AND MASTER’S EDUCATION FOR POTENTIALLY ZERO OUT-OF-POCKET TUITION*
Air Force students will utilize an online system for requesting Air Force tuition assistance through the Air Force Virtual Education Center. You will apply for tuition assistance through the portal and it will be sent electronically to the University for processing.
Please note that Air Force students must apply for Military Tuition Assistance seven days prior to the course start date.
You can return to your program if you submitted a request to place your program on hold prior to a military deployment or if you did not make any progress on your academic program for a full year.