Supporting Airmen’s College Education


We are proud to be among a select group of colleges authorized to participate in the Community College of the Air Force’s General Education Mobile (GEM) program and help Airmen earn an Associate in Applied Science degree. We are even more honored when servicemembers choose to continue their education in one of our online Air University Associate-to-Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) programs.


GEM Program Information

Below you’ll find a list of Granite State College courses that fulfill the general education requirements for your AAS degree at CCAF. Find your course and then visit our Course Schedule to see when it’s scheduled next.

  • ARTS 550 – Arts History: Western World (4 credits)
  • ARTS 551 – Survey of World Architecture (4 credits)
  • ENG 504 – Introduction to Literature (4 credits)
  • ENG 508 – The Media and Its Messages (4 credits)
  • ENG 510 – Survey of American Literature (4 credits)
  • ENG 512 – British Literature I (4 credits)
  • ENG 555 – Children’s Literature (4 credits)
  • HUMN 504 – World Religions (4 credits)
  • HUMN 505 – Introduction to Ethics (4 credits)
  • HUMN 560 – Elementary Spanish I  (4 credits)
  • MATH 502 – Math for Our World (4 credits)
  • MATH 504 – Statistics (4 credits)
  • COMM 540 – Persuasive Communication (4 credits)
  • HIS 502 – Great Civilizations (4 credits)
  • HIS 510 – United States History to 1865 (4 credits)
  • HIS 511 – United States History: 1865 to the Present (4 credits)
  • HIS 512 – European History: Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution (4 credits)
  • HIS 513 – European History: 19th & 20th Centuries (4 credits)
  • HIS 618 – History of World War II (4 credits)
  • POL 550 – American Government and Politics (4 credits)
  • PSY 501 – Introduction to Psychology (4 credits)
  • PSY 509 – Human Development (4 credits)
  • SOC 501 – Introduction to Sociology (4 credits)
  • ENG 500 – The Writing Process (4 credits)

Air University: Associate to Bachelor’s

If you earned your Associate in Applied Science degree from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF), take the next step: transfer to Granite State College and complete your bachelor’s degree.

If you are eligible, you will not have to take more than 60 credits to complete one of our CCAF degree programs:


Using Your Air Force Benefits

Visit Military Benefits to learn how to finance your education using Air Force and VA Benefits, including:

  • Requesting Your Transcripts from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) using the Air Force Virtual Education Center
  • Federal Tuition Assistance
  • GI Bill® Benefits
  • National Guard Tuition Waiver

Helpful Resources

Below, we also feature a collection of helpful links to help you access direct direct support from the VA, DoD, and U.S. Department of Education.

Military OneSource – provides resources and support at no cost to active duty, Guard, and reserve service members, and their families. Their 24-hour call center is staffed with subject-matter experts familiar with military life and who can provide information on a wide range of topics including child care, deployment, reunion and reintegration after combat, relationship, spouse employment and education, personal finances, and finding services in the local and military communities.

For Additional Information, Contact the School Certifying Official:

Military and Veterans Benefits Coordinator
Jason Kovarik, 603-513-1364

Military Outreach & Support
Joe Hannon, 603-513-1365

All Other Inquiries
gsc.veterans@granite.edu