The Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) has reiterated its policy on skill level code requirements for applied science degree eligibility. CCAF degrees require Airman to have attained a 5-level skill code in their primary career specialty in addition to academic requirements. However, CCAF also allows members to earn degrees in a secondary skill code area as long as they still maintain at least a 5 skill level in that specialty. This primarily affects Airmen who have cross trained or are in a special duty status. Airmen who want to pursue a degree in a previously held career field should be aware of the timelines to ensure they can complete the required academic portion before their skill levels are downgraded. For more information, contact your base education center.
Community College of the Air Force Degree Policy
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