Areas of Study



In the Air Force, we are always asking ourselves how we can create the future. We are the most technologically advanced fighting force on the planet, and in order to stay that way, we must continue to recruit highly qualified, technically minded individuals.

TCU offers the following degrees that are considered technical by the Air Force: chemistry, computer science, engineering, mathematics and physics.

Aerospace studies courses are taken concurrently with other degree programs. No degree is offered in aerospace studies, but up to 24 semester hours may be earned in aerospace studies over the four-year period. Visit the course catalog for more information.

Explore all technical degrees offered by partner Air Force ROTC programs.

Enroll in Air Force ROTC courses through TCU’s enrollment system. TCU offers the following Air Force ROTC courses:

Freshman (Fall/Spring) — AS 100
Foundation of the United States Air Force
1 Credit Hour

Sophomore (Fall/Spring) — AS 200
Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power
1 Credit Hour

Junior (Fall/Spring) — AS 300
Leadership Studies
3 Credit Hours

Senior (Fall/Spring) — AS 400
National Security Affairs/Preparation for Active Duty
3 Credit Hours

All Four Years — LLAB
Leadership Laboratory (LLAB)
1 Credit Hour (Pass/Fail Only)

Course Catalog