Air University Associate Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC)
The AU-ABC is a partnership between the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) and Oregon Tech that offers bachelor degrees to Air Force service members.
As a public university founded in 1947 to help WWII veterans transition to civilian life successfully through technical careers, Oregon Tech remains dedicated to supporting active military personnel and veterans of today with an educational pathway that will prepare them for a prosperous future.
AU-ABC Eligible Programs
Technology and Management provides opportunities for graduates to move into supervisory and management positions in public, private, and non-profit organizations, which all have a growing need for technical professionals who can contribute to and lead innovation in processes, strategies, products, and services.
Students in this program embed in subjects of immediate relevance to the workplace, including communication, marketing, organizational behavior, leadership, lean management, accounting, information technology, and project management.
Tuition Assistance Resources:
Please contact us for additional information and to discuss potential cost savings of the AU-ABC. For more information on Oregon Tech's on-campus tuition and fees, see College Costs. For information regarding online programs, see Online Degree Program Costs.
Oregon Tech's terms are 10 weeks long, followed by finals week. Please see the Academic Calendar for more information.