Courses Approved for the Air Force CCAF/GEM Program

Online courses listed below offered by Klamath Community College may be used to satisfy up to 15 credits of general education requirement for an Associate in Applied Science degree at the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) through the Air Force General Education Mobile Program. Students are required to complete one course from the general education areas, depending on the requirements remaining to complete their Community College of the Air Force degree.

Approved Courses
CCAF General Education Requirements Semester Credits Klamath Community College Online Courses
Math 3 MTH 105M Math in Society
MTH 111M College Algebra
Social Science 3 HST 101M Western Civilization I
HST 201M United States History I
HST 203M United States History II
PSY 201M General Psychology I
Oral Communication 3 SPE 111M Fundamentals of Speech
Written Communication 3 WRI 121M English Composition I
Humanities 3 GER 101M First Year German I
JPN 101M First Year Japanese I
MUS 206M History of Rock Music
PHL 204M Philosophy of Religion
SPA 101M First Year Spanish I
*Note: CCAF is based on semesters and this table displays the number of semester credits these classes provide. KCC uses a quarter system so these will appear as 5 credits in the KCC catalog.

Course Descriptions

Math -

Math 105M Math in Society: A rigorous mathematics course designed for students in Liberal Arts and Humanities majors. The course provides a solid foundation in quantitative reasoning, symbolic reasoning, and problem solving techniques needed to be a productive, contributing citizen in the 21st century.
Math 111M College Algebra: The algebraic operations dealing with linear, quadratic, and polynomial equations and functions. Introduces graphs of functions (linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic) and develops the concepts of exponential and logarithmic functions. Develops skills in Systems of Equations. Concepts will be introduced numerically, graphically, and symbolically.

Social Science -

HST 101M Western Civilization I: Studies the civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome; medieval Europe, and Early Modern Europe up to 1600. Special topics also include ancient and medieval militaries and technology.
History 201M United States History I: Surveys North American history from the Age of Exploration through the Civil War.  Studies include political, social, and economic trends and events.
History 203M United States History II: Surveys North American history from Reconstruction through the present. Studies include political, social, and economic trends and events.
Psychology 201M: Introduction to the general principles of psychology. Topics include history, research methods, brain and behavior, genes and environment, perception and the senses, human development, varieties of consciousness, learning, memory, thinking, language and intelligence.

Oral Communication -

Speech 111M Fundamentals of Speech: Prepare and present original speeches with emphasis on organization and outlining. Present informative, persuasive, and other types of speeches.

Written Communication -

Writing 121M English Composition I: Develop skills in academic writing with appropriate documentation, analytical reading, and critical thinking.  Students compose several essays using a variety of strategies to present evidence in support of a thesis.

Humanities -

GER 101M First Year German I: Emphasizes active communication in beginning German. Includes listening, speaking, reading, writing, pronunciation, structure, vocabulary, and culture.
JPN 101M First Year Japanese I: Emphasizes the spoken language of Japanese. The skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing are developed with emphasis on active use of these skills. Hiragana and Katakana syllabaries are introduced. Information is offered to help gain cultural awareness and appreciation.
MUS 206M History of Rock Music: Examines the roots and historical development of rock music, its innovators, and significant events from both a cultural and musical perspective. Includes critical analysis, study of elements, forms, styles, composers, as well as both cultural and social events and issues. Studies rock music as a contemporary social medium.
Philosophy 204M Philosophy of Religion: Explores various philosophical perspectives on religion and issues traditionally taken up by religion, including the existence and attributes of God, faith, reason and mysticism, religion and science, religion and morality, religious language, and life after death.
SPA 101M First Year Spanish I: Beginning communication in Spanish. Includes listening, speaking, reading, writing, pronunciation, structure, vocabulary, and culture.

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