In order to obtain a CCAF degree, Airmen need to earn 34 credits in the following disciplines: oral communication, written communication, math, social science, humanities, program electives and leadership management military studies. The other classes required depend on the career field, and some technical schools give more credits than others.How many credits are awarded for CCAF?
All CCAF degrees require 60 credit hours, and on average five additional civilian classes after BMT and Technical School are required to finish the degree. These classes are typically oral communication, written communication, mathematics, social science, and humanities.Where to send transcripts for CCAF?
Your signature is required for release of a transcript. CCAF MAILING ADDRESS CCAF/DESS 100 South Turner Blvd Gunter Annex AL 36114-3011. Notice: Transcript requests sent by fax or email will NOT be accepted.