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Academic Programs

UAA is a Go Army Ed school and participates in the Air Force Education Portal, Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges and the My Career Advancement Program offered to spouses. UAA accepts DSST and CLEP exams and evaluates military training for degree-seeking students.

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Overview

Military Programs course offerings support completion of Community College of the Air Force degrees and courses leading to degrees offered by UAA. Classes are offered in a variety of classroom and e-learning formats.

Active duty Air Force enlisted personnel automatically become students in the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF). This regionally accredited community college offers degrees in many technical specialties. Military Programs courses on Elmendorf Air Force Base include general education requirements needed by service members to complete their CCAF associate degrees.

Army personnel take courses in a wide range of degree options, utilizing the joint services transcript to convert their military experience and training into college credits. To support students with interest in medical fields, UAA Military Programs offers courses in anatomy and physiology required for service-connected commissioning programs.

Bachelor of Science, Applied Technologies Leadership

Use your previously earned Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) credits toward the Bachelor of Science in Applied Technologies Leadership.

The Bachelor of Science, Applied Technologies Leadership (BSATL) is a degree completion program for students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science, or a minimum of 45 related technical credits from a regionally accredited institution, and wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The BSATL offers a career pathway for technicians and professionals preparing for leadership positions.

Students complete a common core of advanced technical and management courses, and work with a faculty advisor to choose technical, quantitative, and natural science courses that prepare them to advance in their fields. Students may opt to focus their program of study through the business emphasis in order to further develop their business acumen. Learn more about the BS, Applied Technologies Leadership degree.