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Special Military Programs and Agreements

As a military-friendly institution, we support multiple partnerships with military agencies to apply military training credit to an Angelo State degree.

National Cryptologic School (NCS)

The articulation agreement between Angelo State and the NCS allows NSA employees and students to transfer their NCS credits into seven different undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs offered through ASU’s Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice.

NCS students who complete a prescribed homeland security course track can transfer up to 66 credit hours toward a bachelor’s degree in border and homeland security, criminal justice, or intelligence and analysis.

NCS students who complete the CYBR 3422 course can transfer 12 credit hours toward an online master’s degree in homeland security or intelligence and analysis.

Degree Plan Options

Air University Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC) Program

The AU-ABC program allows you to complete your ASU bachelor’s degree online with no more than 60 additional credit hours (possibly as few as 31) if you have earned your Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF). The number of additional credits depends on the credits completed through CCAF and other colleges/universities.

Available Majors:

35N MOS Signals Intelligence Analyst Basic Analysis and Reporting Course

Students completing the U.S. Army’s 35N MOS Signals Intelligence Analyst Basic Analysis and Reporting Course (BARC) are eligible to receive up to 21 credit hours toward a bachelor’s degree in intelligence and analysis. These credits include INA 3302, 3303, 3304, 3305 and 4301, and BOR 3307 and 3309.

You must be seeking an ASU bachelor’s degree to receive these transfer credits, and should submit your Joint Services Transcript to Angelo State showing completion of the 35N. Email transfer@angelo.edu to request the 35N courses be applied to your transfer credits.

14N Intelligence Officer Course

Students completing the 17th Training Wing’s Intelligence Officer Course (14N) are eligible to receive up to 12 credit hours toward an online master’s degree in intelligence and analysis, global security studies or homeland security.

For application information, please refer to the graduate student admissions page. Request a transcript of your 14N courses be sent to the ASU Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice.

Defense Acquisition University (DAU) Courses

DoD personnel who have completed at least a Level II Certification under the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act can transfer DAU credits into ASU’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program. Successful applicants will receive six graduate credit hours toward a MBA and can then complete the remainder of the degree program online.

For application information, please refer to the graduate student admissions page. Request a copy of your ACE transcript showing DAU courses be sent to the College of Graduate Studies in order to receive credit.