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Finished CCAF
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I finally finished my CCAF degree. I took my last two classes at American Military University. I took College Algebra and Art Appreciation. My next goal is my B.S. Aviation Maintenance Management at Liberty University. I have to take four Gen Ed classes before January semester start date. I need College Comp II, a Science course, a History course and an elective. I have to complete 30 semester hours with Liberty. I chose Liberty because College Algebra is all the math I need. I struggled through my College Algebra course at AMU and barely passed it with a C- but it's done. Art Appreciation was easy and I finished that class with an A-. All work completed but one homework assignment.

Jack
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#2
Congrats Soldier!!!
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Study.com Scholarship: Per. Finance | Prin. of Marketing | Digi. Mark. & Advertising | HR Manage. | Prin. of Finance

The Institutes: Ethics

Sophia: Proj. Management

Straighterline:​ Survey of World History | Principles of Management | MacroEco. | MicroEco. | American Gov | US History 1 | US History 2 | Western Civ 1 | Western Civ 2 | Business Law | Intro to Religion | Cultural Anthropology | Intro to Environ. Science | Intro to Soc

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#3
CONGRATULATIONS!!!! cheersmate

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BA, Social Sciences. 2010. Arnold Fletcher Award.
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#4
Congratulations! And thank you for your service!
BA, MA, EdS, MMT, etc.
83 hours of ACE-worthy credits
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#5
Well done - Congratulations!!!
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jethomasjr Wrote:I finally finished my CCAF degree. I took my last two classes at American Military University. I took College Algebra and Art Appreciation. My next goal is my B.S. Aviation Maintenance Management at Liberty University. I have to take four Gen Ed classes before January semester start date. I need College Comp II, a Science course, a History course and an elective. I have to complete 30 semester hours with Liberty. I chose Liberty because College Algebra is all the math I need. I struggled through my College Algebra course at AMU and barely passed it with a C- but it's done. Art Appreciation was easy and I finished that class with an A-. All work completed but one homework assignment.

Jack

Congratulations on your accomplishment, from a fellow CCAF alum. Quick question (just curious). Why did you go with Liberty instead of Embry Riddle?
CLEPS Passed: 10 DSST Passed: 11 TECEPS: 1

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#7
Embry Riddle changed their math courses. Aviation Math 111 and 112 is Trigonometry and Calculus 1. If they would have left it to College Algebra and Trig, I would have finished Trig.
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#8
Congrats, I'm still the speech class short, but can't wait until I knock it out even if I have my Bachelors before the CCAF.
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#9
Well done on completing the CCAF. Are you looking for recommendations on where to take the gen eds, or just stating what your next set of courses will be?
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CCAF Air & Space Operations Technology: April 2014

CLEP: Humanities, A&I Lit, SocSci & History, Intro Sociology, English Comp, Freshman College Comp, Principles of Management, History of the US I/II, Intro to Computing

DSST: InfoSys & Comp Apps, Intro to the Modern Middle East, Management Information Systems, Fundamentals of Cybersecurity, Human Resource Management, Principles of Supervision, Western Europe since 1945

AMU: Public Speaking, History of Explosive Ordnance Disposal, College Algebra

ALS (CCAF): Leadership/Management I, Managerial Communication I, Military Studies I

Sophia: Microeconomics

Straighterline: Accounting I/II

TECEP: English Comp I/II, Computer Concepts & Applications, Applied Liberal Arts Mathematics, Strategic Management (March 2017 Semester)

TESU OL: Python Programming (March 2017 Semester), Systems Analysis & Design I (March 2017 Semester)
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hightecrebel Wrote:Well done on completing the CCAF. Are you looking for recommendations on where to take the gen eds, or just stating what your next set of courses will be?

I was just stating what my next set of courses will be. I have four more Gen Ed credits to get before I start at Liberty. I am going to try one course with Straighterline first to see if its the path I want to go down. I haven't taken any CLEP's or DSST test. I just can't seem to figure out how to study and keep focused. I don't know if its because I'm scared to take one and fail it or if its just me being used to having the curriculum in front of me and know I have to do it or lose the money and have to pay it back. I've read many others post stating how long and how many hours they studied for the test. I'm no a great test taker and I think that is part of my problem.

Jack
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