Campbell University has teamed up with the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) to advance the academic goals of enlisted airmen through the Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC).
Adult & Online Education’s Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity degree is the first program offered at Campbell that is eligible for the AU-ABC partnership. Air Force professionals studying cybersecurity (with an applicable CCAF degree) can now transfer their credits directly into Campbell’s four-year program, saving time and money as they work toward their bachelor’s degree.
“Our Cybersecurity degree offers the training and skills that the military needs its members to bring to the fight,” said Nicole Winget, assistant dean of Student Life & Support, site supervisor for the Fort Bragg & Pope Campus and adjunct professor of homeland security and criminal justice. “It helps prepare students for demanding careers both in and out of the military, setting up our military students with the foundation they will need once they are ready to transition to the civilian world.”
According to Winget, the program can be completed 100-percent online through Adult & Online Education, though students will have the option of a blended online/in-person curriculum as well.
“We are proud to offer these, and many other opportunities to our military students and we look forward to welcoming new CCAF students to the Campbell family,” Winget said.
Full details of the program can be found at https://aoe.campbell.edu/about/au-abc-to-cu/
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