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AY25 Hybrid Georgia Institute of Technology Business Data Analytics Master’s Degree and Delta TechOps Education with Industry Program Application Call

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  • By Jessica Gibbs, AFLCMC/DPD

The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) is currently soliciting officers for the Hybrid Georgia Institute of Technology Business Data Analytics Master's Degree and Delta TechOps Education with Industry (EWI) Program beginning in the FY25 Fall Semester (Aug 25). The application deadline is July 31, 2024.
This program is an AFLCMC-sponsored initiative designed to develop cutting-edge Air Force data analytics knowledge, application, and skills for highly competitive officers. AFLCMC is one of six centers reporting to the Air Force Materiel Command and is charged with the holistic management of weapon systems across their lifecycles. AFLCMC seeks to develop in-house, acquisition and fleet management relevant, data analytics skillsets to embed within Program Offices for acquisition and fleet management efficiency gains. This is a great opportunity to acquire high-demand, cutting-edge acquisition fleet management skills to participate in critical lifecycle decisions.
Selected officers will participate in a 24-month online degree program at Georgia Tech to gain a Master of Science in Business Analytics. Reassignment to Atlanta, Georgia is required for the duration of the program. The courses will be front-loaded during the first 12-month period in preparation to maximize the 10-month EWI program which will overlap with the second 12-month degree year. Program participants will work with Air Force, Georgia Tech, and EWI mentors to integrate knowledge and application during the overlap period with the expectation that their final analytics degree project will be integrated with their EWI internship project.
The program is open to 2Lts-Majs in AFSCs 15A, 21A, 21R, 62E, and 63A. All officers must have a highly competitive record and demonstrated ability to gain admission to the degree program. Officers selected for this program will complete a follow-on assignment in AFLCMC for a period of three years.  
Application instructions and additional program prerequisites may be found within the FY25 AAD/SPEED catalog at
Questions regarding this program may be directed to Jessica Gibbs at