Full Degree Programs

As of 08.06.2015

It has never been easier for you to earn an accredited degree online. As America’s Arctic University and Alaska’s only doctoral degree-granting institution, UAF also offers the state’s best online instruction and degree programs. Our online degree programs provide working professionals and full-time students with flexibility, course engagement, and interaction with internationally renowned faculty. Students enrolled in online degree programs can attend courses at anytime from anywhere.

Graduate Degrees

Online Innovation and Design M.Ed.

The School of Education offers master of education degrees in counseling, special education and education. Students in the education major may earn a degree in these areas of specialization: cross-cultural education, curriculum and instruction, language and literacy, and online innovation and design. Students completing post-baccalaureate certification in elementary or secondary education may earn an MEd in the respective area. For elementary education, secondary education, special education and counseling majors, refer to specific admission and program requirements listed in the respective sections of the catalog.

Contact: Jane Monahan, Graduate Advisor
Phone: 907-474-5362
Email: jmmonahan@alaska.edu

https://sites.google.com/a/alaska.edu/uaf-soe-graduate/online-innovation-and-design

 

Administration of Justice M.A.

The M.A. in Administration of Justice has been designed as a web-based degree program to accommodate the needs of Justice professionals for whom a two-year leave of absence from their profession is not feasible. Since relocation to the Fairbanks area is not necessary, the M.A. degree program has attracted justice professionals from throughout the country who have found the flexibility of a web-based format useful. The Justice discipline examines theoretical and applied concepts, and the M.A. in Administration of Justice reflects that dichotomy. Consequently, students explore theoretical models associated with different aspects of the criminal justice system, but also study the structure and administration of the criminal justice system.

Contact: Mike Daku, Department Chair
Phone: 907-474-5500
Email: mjdaku@alaska.edu

https://www.uaf.edu/justice/degrees/masters/

 

MBA

The UAF School of Management offers AACSB-accredited professional education applicable to the fields of management, finance, human resource management, international business, marketing and travel industry management. The full MBA program is scheduled to be online in 2015, but students can begin taking select courses now.

Contact: Amber Lammers, MBA Advisor
Phone: 907-474-4MBA (4622)
Email: allammers@alaska.edu

http://www.uaf.edu/som/degrees/graduate/mba/

 

Security and Disaster Management

This 30-credit professional graduate degree program has been specifically designed to meet the needs of practitioners already employed within, or those looking to enter the Homeland Security and Emergency Management enterprise. The culminating point in the program will be the Security and Disaster Management Capstone course, which focuses on the integration of both security and disaster management in a complex globalized environment. The course will explore touch points for public and private partnerships, organizing for effective security and disaster management solutions and the development of effective policies for both the public and private sectors.

Contact: Amber Lammers, HSEM Coordinator
Phone: 907-474-MSDM (6736)
Email: allammers@alaska.edu

http://www.uaf.edu/som/degrees/graduate/msdm/

 


Bachelor Degrees

Business Administration

The BBA degree is UAF’s newest online program. More information will be posted here shortly.

Contact: Shelbie Umphenour, Advisor
Phone: 907-474-7253
Email: scumphenour@alaska.edu

http://uaf.edu/catalog/current/programs/bus_adm.html

 

Homeland Security and Emergency Management B.E.M.

The Bachelor of Emergency Management degree program focuses on development of the skill sets required to lead and manage individuals and organizations in an increasingly more complex and integrated emergency management and homeland security environment. The program builds upon an individual’s technical capabilities derived from education, training and experience in the fire, law enforcement, military or other related fields. This technical expertise is then combined with a curriculum of business administration and emergency management and homeland security instruction. This focus provides students with the operations management knowledge needed to lead and manage individuals, departments or agencies on a day-to-day basis while simultaneously preparing them to excel and lead during times of crisis at the local, regional, national or international levels. This degree is designed specifically to meet the needs of those who provide administrative oversight, supervisory control or leadership and management within the fields of fire, law, emergency medical services, security and other related fields at the local, state, federal and international levels. The degree also provides responders the opportunity to further their education, increase their competitive advantage for promotion and advance their operational understanding of the highly integrated emergency management and homeland security environment of today.

Contact: Amber Lammers, HSEM Coordinator
Phone: 907-474-MSDM (6736)
Email: semcgee@alaska.edu

https://www.uaf.edu/som/degrees/undergraduate/bem/

 

Justice B.A.

The justice discipline represents a melding of theoretical and applied concepts, and the BA degree in justice, as well as the MA degree in administration of justice, reflects that dichotomy. Consequently, students explore theoretical models associated with different aspects of the criminal justice system, but also study the structure and administration of the criminal justice system. The applied science nature of the discipline results in graduates with a BA degree in justice being able to favorably compete for professional positions within various justice employment fields. This also creates opportunities for internships with various justice agencies for justice juniors and seniors

Contact: Mike Daku, Department Chair
Phone: 907-474-5500
Email: mjdaku@alaska.edu

http://www.uaf.edu/justice/

 

Associate Degrees

Applied Accounting A.A.S.

The applied accounting program prepares students for entry- and mid-level accounting positions in payables and/or receivables, bookkeeping, and payroll accounting. This program covers financial decision-making tools for the small business operator as well. Courses in the applied accounting program address the concerns of modern business people and provide the training necessary to enhance business success. The applied accounting program prepares a student to enter the UAF School of Management’s BBA program in accounting in order to earn the 150 credits required to take the CPA exam in Alaska. Students entering the AAS program are expected to have basic computer skills equivalent to CIOS F150. Microcomputer and office technology labs are available for hands-on training.
Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/accounting/index.html

 

Applied Business A.A.S.

Planning and preparation are the keys to success in business. The AAS
degree in applied business provides students with the skills and training needed to run a business effectively. The program covers basic knowledge and skills, emerging technologies, advanced procedures and interpersonal skills. Courses teach the principles of accounting, management, human relations, math, communications, customer service, computers, law, finance and logic. Instructors provide a practical understanding of the marketplace — not just a textbook view of business.
Potential careers for graduates include entrepreneurship and mid-
level positions in business management, tourism, human resources
and public administration

  • Healthcare Management
  • Human Resources
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Public Administration

Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/abus/index.html

 

Associate of Arts A.A.

The associate of arts degree is offered at all UAF campuses. The degree offers a rigorous program of study for the serious student who eventually intends to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. The degree may serve as a starting point for a career or as a stepping-stone to a bachelor’s program. You may only earn one AA degree.

Contact: Mahla Strohmaier, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2836
Email: mstrohmaier@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/aa/index.html

 

Information Technology Specialist A.A.S*

The information technology specialist associate program prepares individuals to implement, support, and troubleshoot computer and information technology systems and obtain employment as an IT professional. Associate degrees in computing technology, network and cybersecurity, and network and system administration are offered.

Contact: Bill Barnes, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2854
Email: bill.barnes@alaska.edu

http://ctc.uaf.edu/programs/its/index.html

*Fees and non-resident tuition may vary.
**Some courses require online meeting times.


Certificates

Accounting Technician

The accounting technician certificate and A.A.S. in applied accounting prepares students for entry-level accounting positions in payables and/or receivables, bookkeeping and payroll accounting. The program includes a mix of accounting and related business courses which provide the skills and knowledge necessary for job acquisition, retention and advancement.
Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/accounting/index.html

 

Applied Business Management

The A.A.S. degree in applied business provides you with a solid foundation in business and gives you the skills and training you need to be successful business owner. The business world of the 21st century is rapidly changing. New advancements in technology coupled with the fundamentals of the business world, are key to preparing for a successful career.

Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/abus/index.html


Design and Construction Management Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Construction Management is a graduate degree program requiring 15 credit hours of instruction beyond a Bachelor’s Degree, or about half the instructional requirements of a Master’s Degree. Most credits are applicable to a related Master’s program should you desire to continue your education. Engineers and construction professionals will enhance their skills to help prepare for more responsible jobs and to held advance to more responsible management positions. The program permits flexible course selection within three major subject areas: human relations and communications, construction project management, and construction technical issues.
Contact: Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Phone: 907-474-7241
Email: fycee@uaf.edu

http://cem.uaf.edu/cee/dcm/


Healthcare Reimbursement

The Healthcare Reimbursement certificate program at the UAF Tanana Valley Campus prepares students for employment in the medical field and offers training to improve the skills of those currently employed in the field. Medical billers and coders are employed in medical offices, clinics, hospitals, and other medical facilities. The successful completion of this certificate prepares the student for national certification through the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) coding exam and the American Academy of Professional Coders exam (AAPC).

Contact: Jennifer Meyer, Department Chair
Phone: 907-523-1122
Email: jameyer@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/health/health-reim.html

 

Information Technology Specialist*

The certificate program focuses on foundation-level support skills required to effectively use and troubleshoot computer and information technology systems. Students completing the certificate program will be prepared for entry-level IT positions and to continue their education in the information technology specialist A.A.S. degree program.

Contact: Bill Barnes, Associate Professor and Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2854
Email: bill.barnes@alaska.edu

http://ctc.uaf.edu/programs/its/index.html

*Fees and non-resident tuition may vary.
**Some courses require online meeting times.

 

Medical and Dental Reception

The one-year UAF Community and Technical College medical/dental receptionist certificate program trains students for entry level employment as a receptionist in medical and dental offices and outpatient settings.
Contact: Jennifer Meyer, Department Chair
Phone: 907-523-1122
Email: jameyer@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/health/md-reception.html


Occupational Endorsements

Bookkeeping Technician

The bookkeeping technician occupational endorsement provides students with the education and training to qualify for bookkeeper positions in both small and large businesses. The occupational endorsement may be earned in one semester and represents one-half of the credits required for the accounting technician certificate. This program is open to students with a high school diploma or GED.
Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/abus/bookkeeping.html

 

Financial Services Representative

The financial services representative program provides education and training to qualify students for customer service and teller positions in banks, credit unions and other financial institutions. This 15-credit occupational endorsement may be earned in one semester and represents half of the credits required for the applied business management certificate in finance.
Contact: Andy Anger, Program Coordinator
Phone: 907-455-2862
Email: apanger@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/abus/finRep.html

 

Medical Billing

The occupational endorsements in medical billing and medical coding prepare students for employment in medical offices, clinics, hospitals and other medical facilities. Students in the program learn analysis of medical records and the assigning of codes for indexing diagnoses and procedures to provide information for reimbursement purposes.
Contact: Jennifer Meyer, Department Chair
Phone: 907-523-1122
Email: jameyer@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/abus/finRep.html

 

Medical Coding

The occupational endorsements in medical billing and medical coding prepare students for employment in medical offices, clinics, hospitals and other medical facilities. Students in the program learn analysis of medical records and the assigning of codes for indexing diagnoses and procedures to provide information for reimbursement purposes.
Contact: Jennifer Meyer, Department Chair
Phone: 907-523-1122
Email: jameyer@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/health

 

Medical Office Reception

Students receive education in the theory and skills for both office work and clinical care. Prerequisites for the program include a high school diploma or GED.
Contact: Jennifer Meyer, Department Chair
Phone: 907-523-1122
Email: jameyer@alaska.edu

http://www.ctc.uaf.edu/programs/health/md-reception.html

 

Expanding text is from the UAF 2013-2014 Catalog.
Statue Photograph – Jennifer Moss