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  • 1. Undeclared Program for Certificate and A.A.S. graduates will be qualified for Undecided Students vocationally oriented positions such as accounting (Juneau applicants only) clerk with the state or local government, and accounts payable or accounts receivable clerk with private business. Bachelors graduates will generally pursue UAS offers a variety of bachelor degree options, and or strengthen a professional-level accounting, it’s natural that incoming students may not be posi- management, or marketing career. tive of which degree they would like to pursue. Stu- dents need time to explore, gather information and Public Administration: The MPA is a professional identify and examine alternatives. Undecided, bach- degree for public and non-profit managers. It is elor degree-seeking students should select the Un- delivered through distance technologies on satellite declared option at the time of admissions. and the Internet to students in Alaska and the Yukon. The MPA degree prepares students for leadership at Undeclared students are advised in the Student Re- all levels of government and in non-profit organizations. source Center. As an undeclared or deciding appli- It is designed for working professionals who seek to cant, students are not selecting a specific degree increase knowledge and credentials in public program when they arrive, but will eventually choose administration. a degree by working with their advisors and explor- ing career options. This transition usually takes place Employer surveys have repeatedly stressed the within the student’s first year at UAS. importance of certain basic skills in obtaining a position with and advancing in an organization. The Based on the student’s interests, goals and academic faculty of business and public administration is background, an advisor assists the student in the committed to student outcomes assessment and preparation of an individualized program to explore preparing students for their careers. As a result, various areas and at the same time fulfill general minimum skill levels in written and verbal education and other course requirements or electives communication, quantitative analysis, information in almost any curriculum. literacy, computer usage, professional behavior, and critical thinking are required of each student and will Academic be evaluated periodically throughout the individual’s college career. Programs Dean of Business/Public Administration Campus Key: J = Juneau, K = Ketchikan, S = Sitka, D = Distance Karen Schmitt (interim) Business & Public Administration Faculty Business: Business programs prepare students to Jonathan F. Anderson perform effectively in private businesses and public- Associate Professor of Public Administration (J) service organizations. The required courses of study Mike Boyer provide the foundation for professional careers in Assistant Professor of Law Science (J) organizations of all sizes. The curricula are designed to develop critical thinking, communication skills, Janet L. Dye basic computer knowledge, awareness of ethical Professor of Accounting (J) issues, and expertise in the business management Richard Hacker discipline. Professor of Law Science, Emeritus (J) Undergraduate degrees available include the one-year Steven L. Hamilton Accounting Technician Certificate and Small Business Assistant Professor of Business Administration (J) Management Certificate, the two-year Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration (A.A.S.), Ronald Hulstein and Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies, Assistant Professor of Accounting (J) and the 4 four-year Bachelor’s of Business Cathy A. LeCompte Administration program (B.B.A.) with an emphasis in Assistant Professor of Business Administration (K) accounting, management, marketing, or general business. Sally Willson Assistant Professor of Accounting (J) 52 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 2. Business & Public To accommodate training needs of business and Administration Degrees industry, some courses are compressed from meeting a few hours per week for a semester into Certificates day-long classes that may meet for more than a • Accounting Technician (J, K, S) week. This arrangement allows students to complete • Small Business Management (D, J, K) course offerings in an abbreviated time period that may be more easily accommodated in a non- Associate of Applied Science traditional student schedule. • Business Administration (D, J, K)* • Paralegal Studies (J) Dean of Career Education Bachelor of Business Administration (D, J) With emphasis areas in: Karen Schmitt • Accounting* Faculty • Management* • Marketing* Tim Anderson • General Business* Assistant Professor of Environmental Technology (S) Minors Allen Brackley • Business Assistant Professor of Wood Product (S) Master of Business Administration (D) Steve Brandow Associate Professor of Environmental Technology (K) Master of Public Administration (D,J) John Carnegie Assistant Professor of Welding Technology (S) *Affiliated with the Service Members Opportunity College. Contact Admissions Office SOC Counselor. Glen N. Craig Associate Professor of Diesel/Hydraulics (J) Career Education Patricia DeAngelis Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Career Education provides programs to meet the Office Systems (K) short-term training needs and long-term vocational, H. Eve Dillingham technical, and occupational needs of the residents Assistant Professor of Computer Information and of Southeast Alaska. These programs provide Office Systems (J) specific job-related skills for employment, lifelong learning opportunities, and professional advancement Susan Feero that enable graduates to function effectively in a Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Office technology-dependent society. Systems (S) Career Education includes programs in automotive, Marquam George diesel and hydraulics, construction, welding, law Assistant Professor of Construction Technology (J) enforcement, environmental technology, health David Harper information management, and computer information Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Office and office systems. Certificates and Associate of Systems (S) Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees are offered in certain fields. A Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) is offered Gary Dan Herder in Information Systems. Assistant Professor of Small Engines (S) Career education programs and courses provide selected Pat Hughes students with employment skills for entry into the job market, Assistant Professor of Construction (S) industry-specific skill upgrade or retraining, occupational Eric Hummel certificates, and preparation for license examinations. Assistant Professor of Computer Information and A variety of teaching methods are used, including Office Systems (K) distance delivery through audio, video, Internet and Steve Johnson printed materials. Vocational-technical laboratories Assistant Professor of Computer Information and provide students with state-of-the-art equipment Office Systems (J) comparable to what would be encountered in industry. University of Alaska Southeast 53
  • 3. Carol Liberty Construction Technology (J) Associate Professor of Health Information Management (S) • Residential/Light Construction John Martin Power Technology (J) Assistant Professor of Automotive Technology (J) • Automotive emphasis • Diesel/Heavy Duty emphasis Dale Miller • Diesel/Marine emphasis Assistant Professor of Marine Technology (K) • Marine Engine Room Preparation Judith Mitchell Welding Technology (J, K, S) Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Office Certificates Systems (J) • Automotive Technology (J) Peter Nathanson • Computer Information and Office Systems (J, K, S) Assistant Professor of Environmental Technology (S) • Environmental Technology (S) Eric Niewoehner • Health Information Management Coding Specialist (S) • Law Enforcement (S) Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Office • Residential Building Science (J) Systems (J) Associate Of Applied Science Tim Powers • Apprenticeship Technology (J, K, S) Associate Professor of Computer Information and • Computer Information and Office Systems (J, K, S) Office Systems (J) • Construction Technology (J) Allen Puckett • Environmental Technology (S) Assistant Professor of Welding Technology (S) • Health Information Management (S) Juan Rivero • Power Technology (J) Assistant Professor of Computer Information and Bachelor of Science in Information Systems (J) Office Systems (J) With emphasis areas in: Charles Ross • E-commerce Assistant Professor of Construction Technology (J) • Networking • Programming Marianne Stillner Assistant Professor of Nursing Education (J) Career Education Degrees Certificates of Completion (Departmental Programs) Computer Information and Office Systems (J, K, S) • Administrative Office Support • Advanced Network Administration • Application Programming • Basic Computing Skills Core • Computer Applications • Database Administration • Desktop Publishing and Graphics • E-Business • Introductory Network Administration • Medical Office Specialist • Multimedia Arts • Networking Essentials • Programming Foundations • Server Administration • Web Authoring • Web Foundations 54 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 4. Tom McKenna Education Assistant Professor of Educational Technology The Center for Teacher Education (CTE) faculty’s Jason B. Ohler mission is to identify, prepare, and strengthen Professor of Education effective teachers who will make sustained contributions to students and the education profession Katherine Spangler in rural and urban settings in Alaska and nationally. Professor of Education Our vision is that graduates will become informed, Mary-Claire Tarlow reflective, and responsive teachers within diverse Associate Professor of Education classroom, school and community contexts. While mastering competencies stated in the Alaska Mary Wegner Standards for Teachers, students also demonstrate Assistant Professor of Education competencies as outlined by CTE’s vision and conceptual framework. Our programs place special emphasis on diverse needs of students, up-to-date Education Degrees technology and strong field-based experiences. All programs are available on the Juneau campus or are Certificate of Completion (National offered throughout Southeast Alaska and other parts Credentialing Program) of the state through distance delivery. • Child Development Associate Credential (J, S, D) The education faculty emphasizes active, engaged Certificate learning that will result in reflective and critical thinking • Early Childhood Education (D) as opposed to passive listening, memorizing, and Associate of Applied Science rote learning. Course work requires the application • Early Childhood Education (D) of theory into practice in field settings. UAS education graduates seeking employment have experienced Bachelor of Arts successful placement throughout Alaska and the • Elementary Education (J) country. In addition, our programs and Professional Master of Arts in Teaching Education Center offer a variety of opportunities for • Early Childhood Education (D) teachers to advance their learning and become • Elementary Education (J) educational leaders. • Elementary Education (D) • Secondary Education (J) Dean of Education Master of Education Marilyn J. Taylor With emphasis areas in: • Early Childhood Education (D) Faculty • Educational Technology (D) Marla Brownlee • Elementary Education (J) Assistant Professor of Education • Reading (D) • Secondary Education (J) Seon Chun Assistant Professor of Education Credential Programs, Post Baccalaureate • Early Childhood Education (D) Kathrin Greenough • Elementary Education (D) Assistant Professor of Education Endorsement Programs, Post Baccalaureate Rhonda Hickok • Early Childhood Education (D) Assistant Professor of Education • Educational Technology (D) Shirley Kaltenbach • Mathematics (J) -Spring 2004 Assistant Professor of Education • Reading (D) Jeffrey Lofthus Assistant Professor of Education David Marvel Associate Professor of Education University of Alaska Southeast 55
  • 5. Dean of Arts & Sciences Rick Bellagh Brendan P. Kelly Assistant Professor of Spanish (J) Donald Cecil Professor of English (J) Humanities Nina Chordas Humanities at UAS include the disciplines of art, dance, Assistant Professor of English (J) English (composition and literature), journalism, Jo Devine-Acres languages, linguistics, music, philosophy, human Associate Professor of English (J) communication, and theatre and are closely related to the social sciences. The humanities focus on the study Peter Dubois of human actions, ideals, thoughts, traditions, and values. Instructor of Theatre (J) Students undertaking study in the humanities engage in Alexis Easley time-tested methods of inquiry: creative endeavor, critical Assistant Professor of English (J) interpretation, dialogue, historical and logical analysis, and scholarly investigation. Students in the humanities Jeffrey Herrmann analyze, create, evaluate, engage in group processes, Instructor of Theatre (J) interpret, investigate, and record products of human Susan Koester activity, culture, and imagination. Professor of Communications (J) The BLA degree with an emphasis in art, communications, Kevin Krein general studies, or human communication prepares Assistant Professor of Philosophy (J) students for graduate school in various disciplines and Rod Landis employment in the public and private sector wherever a Assistant Professor of English (K) baccalaureate degree is valued and wherever strengths in critical thinking and oral, visual, and written Susan Lucus communication are valued. Assistant Professor of English (J) The B.A. in English is designed to serve the needs of Anita Maynard-Losh three groups of undergraduate students. First, it is Instructor of Theatre (J) directed toward students preparing to enter the M.A.T. Liz McKenzie program in secondary education at UAS and thus reflects Assistant Professor of English (S) the requirements for certification in language arts. Second, it is designed to serve students seeking entry- Sharon Mondich level employment in the fields of editing, writing, public Assistant Professor of French (J) relations and government. Third, it is intended to serve Art Petersen students preparing for graduate study in law, public Professor of English, Emeritus (J) administration, technical writing, creative writing and English. Alice Tersteeg Professor of Art (J) The literature and environment specialization within the English B.A. program is designed to capitalize on the Jane Terzis unique natural setting of Southeast Alaska and to build Assistant Professor of Art (J) upon existing institutional strengths in environmental literature and philosophy. Students pursuing this Degrees specialization will be prepared for careers and graduate Certificate of Outdoor Skills & Leadership (J) programs in literature, teaching, environmental education and journalism. Associate of Arts (J, K, S) Bachelor of Liberal Arts (J) Faculty With emphasis areas in: • Art Jamie Autrey • Communications Assistant Professor of Art (S) • General Studies (Distance Delivered) Judith Andree • Human Communication Associate Professor of English (J) Bachelor of Arts (J) • English 56 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 6. Cathy Connor Natural Sciences Associate Professor of Geology (J) Education in mathematics and sciences provides Paul Cotter students with the scientific and analytical methods Assistant Professor of Biology (J) of thinking and means of exploration to understand the world in which we live. Course work provides Ginny L. Eckert students with a thorough grounding in the natural Assistant Professor of Biology (J) sciences and mathematics. The goal of the natural Thomas J. Harman sciences program at UAS is to allow the educated Term Assistant Professor of Mathematics (J) citizen to make rational decisions in today’s society. Degree-seeking students can achieve a B.S. in Christopher Hay-Jahans Biology, a B.S. in Environmental Sciences, or a BLA Assistant Professor of Mathematics (J) in Mathematics. Students not seeking a degree in Matthew Heavener mathematics and sciences are offered a variety of Assistant Professor of Physics (J) general-interest courses, including courses that fulfill Lisa Hoferkamp elective and general education requirements. Course Assistant Professor of Chemistry (J) work in mathematics and science also supports allied health programs and other transfer programs. Eran Hood Courses in mathematics and sciences are listed Assistant Professor of Environmental Science (J) under the following catalog headings: astronomy, Wayne Houtcooper biology, chemistry, geology, environmental sciences, Assistant Professor of Biology (K) mathematics, oceanography, physics and statistics. Joe Liddle Faculty Assistant Professor of Mathematics (S) Brian Blitz Elizabeth Mathews Assistant Professor of Mathematics (J) Assistant Professor of Biology (J) Marnie Chapman Ronald Seater Assistant Professor of Biology (S) Professor of Mathematics (J) University of Alaska Southeast 57
  • 7. Michael S. Stekoll Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (J) Richard Stephens Assistant Professor of Mathematics (J) Janice Straley Assistant Professor of Marine Biology (S) Sherry Tamone Assistant Professor of Biology (J) Victor Zinger Assistant Professor of Mathematics (K) Degrees Bachelor of Liberal Arts (J) With emphasis in • Mathematics Bachelor of Science in Biology (J) Mike Dunning • General Biology Assistant Professor of History (K) • Marine Biology Marilyn Knapp Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Assistant Professor of History (S) (J) Daniel Monteith Assistant Professor of Anthropology (J) Social Sciences Virginia S. Mulle One of the important goals of a university education Associate Professor of Sociology (J) is to “liberate the powers of the individual by Heather Nash disciplining them” (William Theodore deBary). The Assistant Professor of Psychology (J) Social Science program at UAS fulfills this aim by stressing the importance of method, concept, and David Noon theory in the study of human origins, development, Assistant Professor of History (J) thought, behavior, and institutions. Wallace M. Olson The Social Sciences at UAS include anthropology, Professor of Anthropology, Emeritus (J) economics, geography, government, history, William Sallenbach psychology, and sociology. Each of these disciplines Assistant Professor of Psychology (S) seeks a better understanding of human behavior through research, analysis, and interpretation of Priscilla M. Schulte social phenomena. Professor of Anthropology and Sociology (K) The foundation of the Social Science Department’s Clive S. Thomas approach to undergraduate education assessment Professor of Political Science (J) is the student senior portfolio plan. Every full-time undergraduate maintains a portfolio of work that Robin Walz reflects the entire student career. Following a well- Assistant Professor of History, (J) developed plan, students present their accomplishments and successes in a senior Social Science Degrees assessment portfolio. The assessment portfolio is Bachelor of Arts (J) formally reviewed the semester prior to graduation. Social Science Faculty Bachelor of Liberal Arts (J) With emphasis areas in: Ashley Ahrens • Government Assistant Professor of Economics (J) 58 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 8. Assessment of Student Competency in Professional Behavior: Professional behavior is expected of college Competencies students. Success in professional life depends on many behaviors, including responsibility, good work The faculty have defined six competencies in which habits, ethical decision making, recognition of the baccalaureate degree students will be assessed value of community service, and successful human periodically during their studies at UAS. The general relations. education courses as well as degree requirements Competency in Critical Thinking: Competency in will help students develop and improve their skills in critical thinking reflects proficiency in modes of six critical areas. No one course will cover all the thought: conceptualizing, analyzing, synthesizing, competencies. Assignments and tasks will be evaluating, interpreting, and/or applying ideas and embedded into the course objectives of many different information. A critical thinker can approach a concept courses at different levels of the curricula to provide from multiple perspectives and frames of reference, students the opportunity to learn and demonstrate compare and contrast ideas or models, and mastery of these competencies. demonstrate a willingness to take intellectual risks. Competency in Communication: College A critical thinker knows not only how but when to apply graduates should be able to write, speak, read, and particular modes of thinking. It should be noted that listen effectively for a variety of purposes and problem solving and analytical approaches may vary audiences. Whether their aim is personal, academic, from discipline to discipline. or professional, they should be able to communicate Students’ skills in these six competencies will be ideas and information effectively. assessed periodically during their studies at UAS. Competency in Quantitative Skills: A quantitatively literate person is capable of analytical and mathematical reasoning. This individual can read and understand quantitative arguments, follow logical development and mathematical methods, solve mathematical and quantitative problems, perform mathematical calculations, express functional relationships, and apply mathematical methods. As a minimum, a student should know the mathematical techniques covered in the general education mathematical requirements. Competency in Information Literacy: Competency in information literacy combines the skills of being able to 1) identify needed information; 2) locate and access the information; 3) analyze and evaluate the content; 4) integrate and communicate the information; and 5) evaluate the product and the process. Reading and writing literacies plus traditional library skills provide the foundation to access the vast availability of electronic information. Competency in Computer Usage: Students should have the knowledge to make efficient use of computers and information technology in their personal and professional lives because basic technological knowledge and skills apply to all fields and disciplines. Necessary skills range from a basic ability to use a keyboard through word processing concepts, spreadsheet and graphics applications to telecommunications, conferencing, and electronic mail technologies. University of Alaska Southeast 59
  • 9. encompass broad areas of knowledge that support General advanced learning in the major and emphasis requirements of each degree. Please note: the University courses listed are not necessarily offered EVERY semester. Students are recommended to seek advisor assistance in meeting program degree Requirements requirements. In addition, some degree programs REQUIRE specific NOTE: The responsibility for meeting all requirements courses be included in the GER. Please review this for a degree rests with the student. catalog and consult with an academic advisor. If required courses are not taken as GER, they must Minimum Credit Hour be taken as major requirements or electives. Requirements Each degree at UAS has a minimum number of credits Internship and Practica that must be completed in various categories. See Credit Degree Requirements for specific details. Internship and practica credit may be applied toward undergraduate programs as follows: 6 credits in a Resident Credit certificate program, 9 credits in an associate Resident credit is defined as credit in formal degree, and 12 credits in a bachelor’s degree classroom instruction, directed study, independent program. study, research, and distance-delivered courses offered by the University of Alaska Southeast. Transfer Independent Study Credit credit and credit by examination do not qualify as Independent study may be applied toward resident credit. If a program is delivered undergraduate programs as follows: 3 credits in a collaboratively with UAA and/or UAF, credit from each certificate program, 6 credits in an associate degree participating institution will be counted toward program, and 12 credits in a bachelor’s degree fulfillment of residency requirements. See Degree program. Requirements specific resident credit amounts. Repeating Credits Some degrees require the same course to fulfill two different requirements within the degree. UAS will honor this requirement; however, credit hours for such courses count only once toward the total credits required for the degree or certificate. Grade Point Average (GPA) To earn any degree at UAS, a student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Certain degrees have specific grades and grade points that must be met before the degree can be completed. Please refer to the specific degrees for more details. General Education Requirements (GER) The Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Arts and Bachelor’s degrees at UAS require a minimum amount of general education courses to be completed. General Education Requirements 60 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 10. General At least six credits in the social sciences from two disciplines: ANTH S101 Introduction to Anthropology J K Education ANTH S202 Cultural Anthropology ANTH S211 Fundamentals of Archaeology J K J K ECON S201 Principles of Economics I:Macro J K S Requirements ECON S202 Principles of Economics II:Microe GEOG S101 Introductory Geography J K S J K GOVT S101 Introduction to American Government J K S Minimum 34 credits GOVT S102 Introduction to Political Science J K J = Juneau campus, K = Ketchikan campus, S = Sitka campus GOVT S230 Introduction to Political Philosophy J Written Communication Skills 6 GOVT S251 Introduction to International Relations J ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication J K S HIST S105 World History I* J K S ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition w/ Modes of Lit J K S HIST S106 World History II* J K S ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing J K S HIST S131 History of the U.S. I* J K S HIST S132 History of the U.S. II* J K S Oral Communication Skills (Grade of C or better) 3 PSY S101 Introduction to Psychology J K S COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication J K S PSY S250 Lifespan Development J K COMM S235 Discussion and Small Group Processes J K S SOC S101 Introduction to Sociology J K S COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication J S SOC S201 Social Problems J K COMM S241 Public Speaking J K S The remaining three credits must be selected from the above listed humanities and social sciences courses. Humanities and Social Sciences 15 *History courses can be used as humanities OR social science Including at least three credits in the arts selected requirements, but not both. from: Mathematics and Natural Sciences Requirement 11-12 ART S160 Art Appreciation J K S Including at least three credits in mathematics or statistics selected from: ART S261 History of World Art I J K MATH S107 College Algebra or J K S ART S262 History of World Art II J K MATH S131 Concepts & Applications of Contemporary MUS S123 Music Appreciation J K S Mathematics or J THR S211 Introduction to Drama I J K S STAT S107 Introductory Statistics J K S THR S212 Introduction to Drama II J K S or higher mathematics course for bachelor’s degrees. Must take at least two of the following for arts credit ART S100 Visual Art Appreciation and Principles J MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra or J K S MUS S100 Music Appreciation and Principles J higher mathematics courses for the associate of arts degree. THR S100 Theatre Appreciation and Principles J Including at least seven credits in the natural sciences Including at least three credits in general humanities including one lab science selected from: selected from: (Lab Courses) AKL S105 Elementary Tlingit I J BIOL S103 Biology and Society J K S AKL S106 Elementary Tlingit II J BIOL S104 Natural History of Alaska K S ASL S101 Beginning American Sign Language I J K S BIOL S105 Fundamentals of Biology I J K S ASL S102 Beginning American Sign Language II J K S BIOL S106 Fundamentals of Biology II J K S ENGL S215 Introduction to Literary Study J K BIOL S111 Human Anatomy and Physiology I J K S ENGL S223 Survey of British Literature I J K BIOL S112 Human Anatomy and Physiology II J K S ENGL S224 Survey of British Literature II J K CHEM S103 Introduction to General Chemistry J K S ENGL S225 Survey of American Literature I J K CHEM S105 General Chemistry I J K S ENGL S226 Survey of American Literature II J K CHEM S106 General Chemistry II J K S ENGL S261 Introduction to Creative Writing J S ENVS S101 Introduction to Environmental Science J K S FREN S101 Elementary French I J GEOL S104 Physical Geology J K FREN S102 Elementary French II J PHYS S102 Survey of Physics J K S HIST S105 World History I* J K S PHYS S103 College Physics I J K HIST S106 World History II* J K S PHYS S104 College Physics II J K HIST S131 History of the U.S. I* J K S PHYS S211 General Physics I J K HIST S132 History of the U.S. II* J K S PHYS S212 General Physics II J K HUM S120 A Sense of Place: Alaska & Beyond J JOUR S101 Introduction to Journalism J K (Non–lab Natural Science Courses) PHIL S201 Introduction to Philosophy J K ANTH S205 Biological Anthropology J K PHIL S271 Perspectives on the Natural World J ASTR S225 General Astronomy J K PHIL S301 Ethics J CHEM S100 Introduction to Chemical Science J K S SPAN S101 Elementary Spanish I J K S GEOG S205 Elements of Physical Geography J K SPAN S102 Elementary Spanish II J K S GEOL S105 Geological History of Life J RUSS S101 Elementary Russian I J K S PHIL S204 Introduction to Logic J K RUSS S102 Elementary Russian II J K S PHYS S209 Fundamentals of Meteorology J Other approved world languages. Minimum Credit Hours: Associate of Arts Degree 60 Minimum Credit Hours: Bachelor Degree 120 University of Alaska Southeast 61
  • 11. University of Alaska General Education Transfer GuideUAS General Education Courses UAF General Education Courses UAA General Education Courses Written Communication ENGL 111, 211, 212 ENGL 111X , 211X OR 213X ENGL 111, 211, 212, 213, 214, 6 credits 311, 312, 414 Oral Communication COMM 111,235, 237, 241 COMM 131X OR 141X COMM 111, 235, 237, 241 3 credits Humanities & Social Sciences 15 credits Arts ART 160, 261, 262 ART/MUS/THR 200X OR ART 160, 261, 262, 367 3 credits MUS 123 HUM 201X DNCE 170 THR 211, 212 JPC 367 ART 100, MUS 100, THR 100 MUS 121, 221, 222 THR 111, 311, 312, 411, 412 (MUST TAKE TWO) Humanities AKL 105, 106 ENGL/FL 200X AKNS 101, 102, 201 3 credits HIST 100X ASL 101, 102, 201, 202 ASL 101, 102 ENGL 121, 201, 202, 301, 302, ENGL 215, 223, 224, 225, HUM 201X 305, 306, 307, 310, 383, 445; 2 semesters of Non–English CHIN 101, 102 226, 261 Languages or 3 semesters of FREN, JPN, RUSS, SPAN 101, 102, SPAN, FREN, RUSS, 101, American Sign Language 201, 202 102 or other approved world GER 101, 102, 201, 202 PHIL 322X ITAL 101, 102 languages PS 300X LAT 101, 102 HIST 105, 106, 131,132 COMM 300X HIST 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132, JUST 300X 341 HUM 120 HUM 211, 212, 250; JPC 215, 367 NRM 303X JOUR 101 KOR 101, 102 PHIL 201, 271, 301 LING 101 MUS 221, 222 PHIL 101, 201, 211, 212, 301, 313B, 314 PS 332, 333, 331 THR 311, 312, 411, 412 WS 200 Two Social Science ANTH 101, 202, 211 ANTH 100X ANTH 101, 200, 202, 250 disciplines ECON 201, 202 ECON 100X BA 151 6 credits HIST 100X ECON 201, 202 GEOG 101 ENVS 201 PS 100X GOVT 101, 102, 230, 251 SOC 100X GEOG 101 Selected from any of HIST 101, 102, 121, 122, 131, 132. the above Humanities HIST 105, 106, 131, 132 341 & Social Science PSY 101, 250 HS 220 3 credits SOC 101, 201 HUMS 106 INTL 301 JPC 101 JUST 110, 330 PARL 101 PS 101, 102, 311, 351 PSY 111, 150 SOC 101, 201, 202, 222, 342, 351 SWK 106, 243 Mathematics and Natural Sciences WS 200 10 credits A 3-4 credit math course A lab science course and a non–lab science or additional math course MATH 107, 131 or any higher MATH 107X, 131X, 200X, 201X, AS 252, 307 numbered math course 202X, 262X, 272X MATH 107, 108, 109, 200, 201, STAT 107 270, 272 ANTH 205 ATM 101X ASTR 103, 104 ASTR 225 BIOL 100X, 103X, 104X, 273X BIOL 102, 103, 105, 106, 111, BIOL 103, 104, 105, 106, BIOL 105X, 106X, 211X, 212X 112 111, 112 CHEM 100X, 103X, 104X, 105X, CHEM 103, 104, 105, 106 CHEM 100, 103, 105, 106 106X ENVI 202 ENVS 101 GEOG 205X GEOG 205, 205L GEOG 205 GEOS 100X, 101X, 112X, 120X, GEOL 111, 112, 115, 115L GEOL 104, 105 125X LSIS 101, 102, 201, 202 PHIL 204 PHYS 103X, 104X, 211X, 212X, PHYS 101, 123, 124, 211, 212 PHYS 102, 103, 104, 209, 213X 211, 212 MSL 111X 62 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 12. Undergraduate Degree and Certificate Requirements Certificates of Completion Computer Information & (Departmental Programs) Office Systems Certificate of Completion Certificates of completion will be issued by the Administrative Office Support (J, K, S, D) department in Computer Information and Office Provides students with skills to serve as Systems with options in Administrative Office Support, administrative office assistants. Computer Applications, Desktop Publishing and Minimum Credit Hours 20 Graphics, Introductory Network Administration, ACCT S100 Record Keeping for a Small Business or Medical Office Specialist, Networking Essentials, ACCT S121 Introduction to Accounting 3 Programming Foundations, Web Publishing, and Web CIOS S101 Computer Keyboarding and Formatting 3 Foundations. These certificates are intended to CIOS S110A Microcomputer Operating Systems, Part A 1 indicate competence in technical and professional CIOS S125 Messaging and Scheduling Management 1 CIOS S130 Word Processing Concepts and Applications I 1 courses and are articulated with the AAS in Computer CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications I 1 Information and Office Systems. CIOS S140 Database Concepts and Applications I 1 Additionally, upper division certificates are available CIOS S146A Internet Concepts and Applications I 1 CIOS S160 Business English 3 in Advanced Network Administration and CIOS S230 Word Processing Concepts and Applications II 2 Troubleshooting, Application Programming, Database CIOS S264 Records Management 2 Administration, E-Business, Multimedia Arts, and CIOS S294 Business Practicum 1 Server Administration. These certificates are Basic Computing Skills (J, K, S, D) intended to indicate competence in advanced Provides students with basic computing skills. technical and professional courses and are Prerequisite to entering CIOS certificate and degree articulated with the BS in Information Systems. programs. The Basic Computing Skills Certificate is required to Minimum Credit Hours 6 begin coursework for these certificates. A CIOS S100 Computers for Absolute Beginners 1 comprehensive Computer Placement Test is CIOS S101A Computer Keyboarding and Formatting 1 CIOS S110A Microcomputer Operating Systems, Part A 1 available at the Testing Center to assess your current CIOS S130 Word Processing Concepts and Applications I 1 computer knowledge. Beginning computer users are CIOS S135 Spreadsheet concepts and Applications I 1 encouraged to take CIOS 100, Computers for CIOS S146A Internet Concepts and Applications 1 Absolute Beginners, during the summer semester. A minimum grade of C is required in all courses. Some Introductory Network Administration: (J, K, S) courses will be offered only by distance delivery. Due Introduces students to design, implementation, and to the rapid change in technology the certificates in troubleshooting of Local Area Networks (LANs) and Computer Applications, Desktop Publishing and Wide Area Networks (WANs) within a corporation. Graphics, Web Foundations, and Web Authoring must Prepares students for Cisco Certified Network be completed in a maximum of three years. These Associate (CCNA) certification. programs will not appear on your transcript. Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S117 Mathematics for Computer Technology 1 CIOS S241 Introduction to Networking and the OSI Reference Model 4 CIOS S244 Internetwork Router Configuraton and Design 4 CIOS S247 Local Area Network Configuration and Design 4 CIOS S248 Wide Area Network Configuration and Design 4 CIOS S249 Advanced Networking Topics 3 University of Alaska Southeast 63
  • 13. Computer Applications (J, K, S, D) Networking Essentials (J, K, S) Provides students with skills to perform standard Provides students with Local Area Network setup and office automation tasks in business and organizations. troubleshooting skills for network technician Minimum Credit Hours 20 employment. Certificate is designed to offer CIOS S101A Computer Keyboarding and Formatting 1 complete coverage of objectives for CompTIA A+ CIOS S110 Microcomputer Operating Systems 3 and Network+, vender neutral industry certificate CIOS S125 Messaging and Scheduling Management 1 exams. CIOS S130 Word Processing Concepts and Applications I 1 CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications I 1 Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S140 Database Concepts and Applications I 1 CIOS S110B Microcomputer Operating Systems 2 CIOS S146 Internet Concepts and Applications 3 CIOS S111 Microcomputer Concepts 2 CIOS S151 Presentation Graphics Concepts and Applications CIOS S117 Mathematics for Computer Technology 1 1 CIOS S209 Maintaining and Upgrading Your PC I 3 CIOS S230 Word Processing Concepts and Applications II2 CIOS S210 Maintaining and Upgrading Your PC II 3 CIOS S235 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications II 2 CIOS S241 Introduction to Network and CIOS S240 Database Concepts and Applications II 2 the OSI Reference Model 4 CIOS S250 Integrated Applications 1 CIOS S245 Computer Network Concepts & Administration3 Advisor-approved CIOS elective 1 CIOS S294 Networking Practicum 2 Programming Foundations (J, K, S) Desktop Publishing and Graphics (J, K, S, D) Provides students with minimum skills to serve as Provides students comprehensive desktop publishing entry-level application programmers. skills leading to self-employment or introductory Minimum Credit Hours 20 employment in graphic arts field. CIOS S117 Mathematics for Computer Technology 1 Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S170 Programming Fundamentals 3 CIOS S108 Graphic Design Fundamentals for Computer CIOS S171 Web Scripting 3 Applications 3 CIOS S274 Programming in C 3 CIOS S152 Digital Image Editing Concepts CIOS S275 Programming in Java 3 and Applications I 3 CIOS General Education Courses CIOS S160 Business English 3 CIOS S374 Programming C++ 3 CIOS S230 Word Processing Concepts and Applications II2 CIOS S376 Programming in Perl 3 CIOS S251 Desktop Publishing Concepts and Applications3 Advisor-approved CIOS electives 1 CIOS S254 Desktop Publishing and Graphics Project 2 Web Authoring (D, J, K, S) CIOS S259 Preparing Electronic Documents 1 CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 Provides students with comprehensive web publishing skills leading to self-employment or introductory employment in the web publishing field. Medical Office Specialist (J, K, S, D) Minimum Credit Hours 20 Provides students with skills to work as office CIOS S240 Database Concepts & Applications II 2 assistant in a medical office. CIOS S253 Animated Web Sites 3 Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S257 Web Authoring Tools 3 CIOS S101 Computer Keyboarding and Formatting 3 CIOS S258 XML, DHTML, and Cascading Style Sheets 3 CIOS S130 Word Processing Concepts and Applications I1 CIOS S259 Preparing Electronic Documents 1 CIOS S160 Business English 3 CIOS S261 Advanced Web Graphics 1 CIOS S166 Medical Office Procedures 3 CIOS S278 Server Page Programming 3 CIOS S264 Records Management 2 CIOS S279 Database Theory and SQL 3 CIOS S266 Medical Transcription 3 CIOS Advisor Approved Electives 1 CIOS S294 Business Practicum 2 Web Foundations (D, J, K, S) HIM S135 Medical Terminology 3 Provides students with the knowledge skill and ability to design and build all necessary components of a non-commercial website. Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S108 Graphic Design Fundamentals for Computer Applications 3 CIOS S117 Mathematics for Computer Technology 1 CIOS S140 Database Concepts & Applications I 1 CIOS S146B Internet Concepts and Applications 2 CIOS S152 Digital Image Editing Concepts & Applications 3 CIOS S153 Web Site Design and HTML 3 CIOS S156 Creating and Editing Web Graphics 1 CIOS S170 Programming Fundamentals 3 CIOS S171 Web Scripting 3 64 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 14. Upper Division Certificate Advanced Network Administration (J, K, S) of Completion (J) Prepares students for Cisco Certified Network Professional certification. Application Programming (J) Minimum Credit Hours 16 Finalizes preparation for students entering the CIOS S341 Building Scalable Networks 4 application-programming field as an application CIOS S342 Building Remote Access Networks 4 programmer. CIOS S343 Building Multilayer Switched Networks 4 Prerequisite: Completion of Programming Foundation CIOS S344 Internetworking and Troubleshooting 4 Certificate. Minimum Credit Hours 21 Server Administration (J) CIOS S377 VB and VBA 3 Prepares students with comprehensive knowledge, CIOS S471 Object-Oriented Programming 3 skill, and ability in managing the hardware and CIOS S472 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 software challenges needed to set up, configure, CIOS S474 Programming in C# 3 CIOS S475 Current Issues: Emergent Languages 3 route, backup and protect serves in an e-commerce CIOS S480 Software Engineering 3 or business setting. CIOS S484 Programming in PHP 3 Minimum Credit Hours 28 CIOS S241 Introduction to Networking and the OSI Reference Model 4 Database Administration (J) CIOS S310 UNIX and Related Operating Systems 3 Finalizes preparation for students entering the CIOS S311 Help Desk Practicum 3 e-commerce field as database programmers. CIOS S312 System Administration 3 Minimum Credit Hours 21 CIOS S315 Web Server Administration 3 CIOS S312 System Administration 3 CIOS S320 Server Load Balancing & Information Security 3 CIOS S371 Systems Analysis 3 CIOS S356 Streaming Media Technologies and Practices 1 CIOS S441 Systems Design Principles 3 CIOS S358 Advanced XML 2 CIOS S442 Database Administration with Oracle 3 CIOS S371 Systems Analysis 3 CIOS S445 Database Development with Oracle Tools 3 CIOS S376 Programming in Perl 3 CIOS S447 Database Administration using MySQL 3 CIOS S448 Integrating Databases in E-Commerce Solutions 3 E-Business (J) Prepares students for the managerial issues relating to Information Systems with continued training in a specialized area of interest. Minimum Credit Hours 25 CIOS S401 The Internet: Past and Present 1 CIOS S411 Managing Customer Service 1 CIOS S430 Internet Ethics and Law 1 CIOS S473 Managing Secure Server Licensing Protocols 2 CIOS S432 Project Management in E-Business 3 CIOS S479 Electronic Payment Systems 1 CIOS S485 Senior Presentation/Portfolio Defense 1 And 15 CIOS advisor approved electives from one of the following upper division certificates: database, multimedia arts, application programming 15 Multimedia Arts (J) Finalizes preparation for students entering the e-commerce field as multimedia specialists. Minimum Credit Hours 20 CIOS S253 Animated Websites 3 CIOS S356 Streaming Media Technologies and Practices 1 CIOS S362 Digital Photography 1 CIOS S461 Information Design 3 CIOS S463 Digital Audio 3 CIOS S464 Digital Video 3 CIOS S4673-D Modeling and Animation 3 CIOS S469 Multimedia Design Project 3 University of Alaska Southeast 65
  • 15. Construction Technology (J) toward the Early Childhood Certificate and the AAS Certificate of Completion degree in early childhood education at UAS. An admitted UAS student holding a current CDA Residential/Light Construction (J) credential will be awarded six semester hours of This certificate of completion introduces a general transfer equivalency credit for the following courses: overview of the industry and provides skill development opportunities. The certificate is ECE 112 Young Children and Health 1 articulated with the AAS degree in Construction ECE 113 Safe Learning Environment 1 Technology. ECE 172 Professional Issues 1 and 3 other credits of approved ECE electives. Minimum Credit Hours 28 These credits are non-transferable. ACCT S100 Recordkeeping for Small Businesses 3 CIOS S110A Microcomputer Concepts and Operations 1 Program Requirements 14 CT S120 Basic Construction Techniques 3 ECD S109 CDA Assessment Preparation 1 CT S150 Basic Drafting 3 ECD S112 Young Children and Health 1 CT S201 Cold Climate Coastal Construction 3 ECD S113 Safe Learning Environment 1 CT S222 Building Construction I 3 ECD S114 Effective Learning Environment 1 CT S223 Building Construction II 3 ECD S121 Physical Development of Young Children 1 CT S224 Mechanical Systems for Building 3 ECD S122 Young Children and Cognitive Development 1 CT S226 Construction Estimating 3 ECD S123 Language and Literature Activities for TT S100 Practical Math for Industry 3 Young Children 1 ECD S124 Young Children and Creative Development 1 Residential Building Science (J) ECD S131 Developing Positive Self-Concepts in This certificate is for individuals interested in the Young Children 1 dynamics and systems approach to residential ECD S141 Guidance for Young Children 1 building. The program emphasis is teaching the ECD S142 Social Development for Young Children 1 ECD S171 Program Management 1 essentials of diagnostic assessment and the issues ECD S172 Professional Issues 1 of building durability, building performance, energy ECD S221 The Young Child and the Family 1 efficiency, and indoor air quality in residential buildings. Upon completion of this certificate participants will have the necessary skills for Power Technology (J) employment opportunities as State energy raters, Certificate of Completion weatherization assessors, home inspectors or will Certificates of completion include options in have improved skills as building contractors, Diesel/Heavy Duty, or Diesel/Marine with an option managers and appraisers. for engine room preparation. The certificates Minimum Credit Hours 24 provide technical courses in the appropriate CT S110 Where Health & Housing Meet 1 specialties. The certificate is articulated with the CT S165 Residential Building Technology 3 AAS in Power Technology. CT S185 Building Diagnostics & Testing 3 CT S201 Cold Climate Coastal Construction 3 Automotive Emphasis (J) CT S210 New Materials in Construction 1 CT S224 Mechanical Systems for Buildings 3 Minimum Credit Hours 23 CT S285 Advanced Building Pressure Diagnostics 3 AUTO S102 Introduction to Automotive Technology 3 AUTO S121 Auto Electrical I 3 ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 AUTO S122 Engine Performance I 3 PHYS S102 Survey of Physics 4 AUTO S131 Auto Electrical II 3 AUTO S152 Brake Systems 4 AUTO S160 Manual Drive Train and Axles 3 Child Development Associate AUTO S162 Suspension and Alignment 4 (CDA) Credential (J, D) Diesel/Heavy Duty Emphasis (J) Certificate of Completion Minimum Credit Hours 27 The CDA is the first step in the UAS early childhood DESL S110 Heavy Duty Engines 6 education career ladder. The CDA credential is DESL S125 Hydraulics 3 awarded by the Council for Early Childhood DESL S130 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 2 Professional Recognition based in Washington, DC. DESL S171 Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 DESL S180 AC Power Generation 3 The Council awards the credential based upon DESL S250 Heavy Duty Brakes and CDL Preparation 2 assessment of competency. UAS offers early DESL S255 Heavy Duty Suspension & Alignment 2 childhood courses (one credit each) that prepare DESL S260 Heavy Duty Power Trains 3 students to demonstrate the required competencies. WELD S120 Basic Welding I 3 Course work for the national CDA award applies 66 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 16. Diesel/Marine Emphasis (J) Welding Technology Emphasis (J, K) Minimum Credit Hours 28 Minimum Credit Hours 22 DESL S110 Heavy Duty Engines 6 WELD S120 Basic Welding 3 DESL S125 Hydraulics 3 WELD S121 Arc Welding I 3 DESL S130 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 2 WELD S122 Arc Welding II 3 DESL S171 Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 WELD S123 Pipe Welding 3 DESL S180 AC Power Generation 3 WELD S124 Aluminum Welding 3 DESL S261 Marine Auxiliary Systems 3 WELD S125 Welder Qualifications 1 DESL S262 Marine Auxiliary Systems Lab 2 WELD S144 Blueprints & Weld Symbols 3 DESL S263 Marine Transmissions 3 WELD S148 Weld Shop & Projects 3 WELD S120 Basic Welding I 3 Welding Technology Emphasis (S) Marine Engine Room Preparation Emphasis (J) Minimum Credit Hours 20 Minimum Credit Hours 28 WELD S104 Oxyacetylene Welding, Cutting and Brazing 2 DESL S110 Heavy Duty Engines 6 WELD S105 Arc Welding 2 DESL S130 Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 2 WELD S107 Arc Welding II 2 DESL S161 Applied Marine Hydraulics 1 WELD S108 Arc Welding III 2 DESL S171 Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 WELD S130 MIG Welding 2 DESL S180 AC Power Generation 3 WELD S131 TIG Welding 2 DESL S261 Marine Auxiliary Systems 3 WELD S132 Pipe Welding, Uphill Techniques 2 DESL S262 Marine Auxiliary Systems Lab 2 WELD S133 Pipe Welding, Downhill Techniques 2 DESL S263 Marine Transmissions 3 WELD S135 Blueprints and Symbols 2 MT S129 Basic Safety Training 2 WELD S200 Metal Fabrications Laboratory 2 WELD S120 Basic Welding I 3 Welding (J, K, S) Certificates Certificate of Completion Certificates require 9 credits of general requirements Courses designed to develop skills in welding are be completed as well as major requirements for a available at all three UAS campuses. The facilities minimum of 30 credits. The requirements for the and equipment vary on each campus, which certificates are articulated with the associate of necessitates different teaching styles and course applied science degrees. Contact an advisor for presentations. All three campuses teach skills assistance in planning a program of study and essential for passing the various AWS welding choosing appropriate courses. certifications and testing is available through independent testers. Accounting Technician (D, J, K, S) AWS Welding Certificate of Completion (K) The accounting certificate program is designed to A certificate of completion based upon the AWS provide intensive training for accounting standards set forth in the AWS EG2.0-95 and AWS occupations. Skills gained are job-entry in nature. Qc11, Guide for the Training and Qualification of Minimum Credit Hours 30 Welding Personnel. The mission of the AWS Welding General requirements: (9-10) Certificate of Completion is to prepare students to ENGL S111, CIOS S160 or COMM S111 3 meet the need for industrial applications of welding BA S201, CIOS S262 or PSY S101, PSY S153 3 in the workplace. This certificate of completion CIOS S116, MATH S105, or higher MATH course 3-4 requires full time enrollment for two semesters and Major Requirements: (21) is designed for students to complete competencies Accounting Principles 6 in Entry Level and Advanced Welding. Selected from ACCT S121, S122, S201 or S202 ACCT S222 Computer Automated Accounting 3 BA S151 Introduction to Business 3 Minimum Credit Hours 24 or Advisor Approved Business Course WELD S150 AWS Entry Level Welder 12 CIOS S135 Speadsheet Concepts & Applications I 1 WELD S151 AWS Advanced Welder 12 CIOS S235 Speadsheet Concepts & Applications II 2 Advisor approved Computer Elective 3 Advisor approved Electives 3 University of Alaska Southeast 67
  • 17. Automotive Technology (J) Computer Information and The Automotive Technology Certificate program is Office Systems Certificate designed to prepare individuals to secure entry level (D, J, K, S) employment in positions requiring basic technical This certificate prepares individuals to secure entry- skills. Graduation can lead to employment in level employment in positions requiring information automobile dealerships, fleet service operations, technology and administrative support skills. Basic national chain automotive service stores, franchise computer use (Basic Computer Skills Core) is required repair shops, and independent repair shops. Students to begin coursework. See individual Certificates of expecting to gain employment in this industry will Completion detailed course listing. A minimum grade need a valid driver’s license with a good driving of C is required in all courses. record, and a personal tool box meeting industry standards (see department for details). Minimum Credit Hours 30 General requirements:(10-12) Admission requirements: Students will be Written Communication:(6) admitted to the Automotive Technology Certificate ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 program when they have met the following and requirements: ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition with Modes of 1. Submission of a resume of work experiences Literature and a letter stating why the individual wants to or ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 become an automotive technician. or 2. Completion of a pre-admission interview. CIOS S160 Business English 3 Minimum Credit Hours 32 and CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 General Requirements: (9) CIOS S262 Professional Development 3 Computational Skills: Written Communication Skills (3) CIOS S116 Business Math 3 ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 or Oral Communication Skills (3) CIOS S117 Mathematics for Computer Technology 1 COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communications 3 COMM S235 Small Grp Communication & Team Building 3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Program Requirements:(20) Pick one of the following COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 Certificates of Completion Computational Skills (3) Administrative Office Support TT S100 Practical Math for Industry or Advanced Network Administration MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 3 Computer Applications Major Requirements 23 Desktop Publishing and Graphics AUTO S102 Introduction to Automotive Technology 3 Introductory Network Administration AUTO S121 Auto Electrical I 3 Medical Office Specialist AUTO S122 Engine Performance I 3 AUTO S131 Auto Electrical II 3 Networking Essentials AUTO S152 Brake Systems 4 Programming Foundations AUTO S160 Manual Drive Train and Axles 3 Web Authoring AUTO S162 Suspension and Alignment 4 Web Foundations Early Childhood Education (D) (Paraprofessional Level) This certificate is designed to give intensive training in a specific occupational area. Skills gained are job–entry level in nature and work completed may apply toward degree programs in the field. Courses for a certificate in early childhood education are the same as those in the 30-credit hour “major requirement” for the associate of applied sciences in early childhood education. Students must demonstrate a level of competence in English equivalent to ENGL S111 and a math competency through MATH S054 in order to graduate from this program. English and math placement exams are required as part of the admissions procedure. 68 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 18. Minimum Credit Hours 20 Program Requirements: (22) (*Taught by distance by UAF) ENVT S101 Introduction to Environmental Technology 3 ECE S112 Young Children and Health 1 ENVT S105 Technical Physics 3 ECE S113 Safe Learning Environment 1 ENVT S105A Technical Physics Lab 1 ECE S114 Effective Learning Environment 1 ENVT S106 Water/Wastewater Mechanics 2 ECE S121 Physical Development of Young Children 1 or ECE S122 Young Children and Cognitive Development 1 ENVT S250 Sanitary Survey Training 3 ECE S123 Language and Literature Activities for Young ENVT S111 Wastewater Systems 3 Children 1 ENVT S120 Small Utility Management & Supervision 2 ECE S124 Young Children and Creative Development 1 ENVT S130 Basic Sanitary Chemistry/Microbiology 2 ECE F130 Culture, Learning and the Young Child* 2 ENVT S132 Basic Sanitary Chemistry/Microbiology Lab 2 ECE S141 Classroom Management 1 ENVT S250 Sanitary Survey Training 3 ECE S142 Social Development for Young Children 1 ECE S143 Developing Positive Self–Concepts in Young Children 1 Health Information ECE F170 Practicum I* (concurrent with EC F130) 1 Management Coding ECE S171 Program Management 1 ECE S172 Professional Issues 1 Specialist (S, D) Certificate EDE S205 Overview of Early Childhood Profession 3 An area of HIM specifically focused on coding/ ECE S210 Guidance and Discipline 3 classifications systems at both the inpatient and ECE F220 Infant and Toddler Care* 2 ECE S221 The Young Child and the Family 1 outpatient level. The certificate will allow students ECE F230 Introduction to the Exceptional Child* 3 to obtain entry–level skills in healthcare coding and ECE F245 Child Development* 3 the opportunity to continue to earn an associate of applied science degree. National credentialing exams are available at both the entry and advanced Environmental Technology level. (S, D) Certificate This certificate program emphasizes technical Minimum Credit Hours 30 operations. Students successfully completing this General Requirements: (13) program qualify for the Department of Environmental ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Conservation Operator-in-Training Certification or examination and meet educational requirements for CIOS S160 Business English 3 Level One certification in Water Treatment, Water BIOL S111 Anatomy & Physiology I 4 Distribution, Wastewater Collection, and Wastewater BIOL S112 Anatomy & Physiology II 4 Treatment. Students may also qualify for entry-level CIOS S110A Operating Systems & Environments 1 CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications I 1 employment in water/wastewater utilities or as or environmental technicians. The certificate also CIOS S140 Database Concepts & Applications I 1 contains the first year of course work required for Program Requirements: (17) the Associate of Applied Science Degree in HIM S135 Medical Terminology 3 Environmental Technology. HIM S190 CPT-4 Procedural Coding 3 HIM S210 ICD-9-CM Coding 3 HIM S215 Billing and Reimbursement 2 Minimum Credit Hours 30 HIM S260 Data Quality & Reimbursement 2 General Education Requirements: (9–10) HIM S270 Pathophysiology 3 HIM S271 Pharmacology 1 Written Communication: (3) ENGL S111 Written Communications 3 Mathematics:(3–4) ENVT S102 Applied Mathematics for Water/Wastewater Operations 3 or MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra 4 Social Science:(3) SOC S102 Science, Technology and Society 3 ENVT S102 meets Certificate requirements only. Math S105 is required for the Associate Degree and will be advised for students who wish to proceed to degree completion. University of Alaska Southeast 69
  • 19. Law Enforcement (S) 34 credits of course work and practical learning ex- Certificate periences. Individuals who complete the program will have the knowledge and skills to plan and man- The law enforcement program is a full-time, rigorous age a variety of outdoor experiences and will be well and highly structured program offered in cooperation qualified for entry level positions in the outdoor in- with the Alaska Public Safety Academy. The program dustry. is a pre-employment curriculum comparable to Admission: Individuals entering the certificate pro- training offered in municipal police officer training gram must provide required application materials by academies. The program is also recognized by the July 1 of the year they wish to enroll. Please visit the National Park Service as meeting training www.uas.alaska.edu/uas/ods for specific application requirements for seasonal law enforcement officers. and admission requirements. Admission: Students must meet all criteria established for admission to the Academy, and must abide by Minimum Credit Hours 34 Academy rules and regulations. Students are required General requirements: (13) ODS S193 Wilderness First responder 4 to reside at the Academy while completing the 12- ODS S206 Outdoor Leadership 3 credit Justice course requirement. Students may COMM S235 Small Group Communication reside at the Student Campus Residence Hall while and Team Building 3 completing the required English and speech courses PHIL S271 Perspectives on the Natural World 3 at the Sitka campus during an intensive 6-week Additional courses may be needed to prepare students program which precedes the Academy course work. to complete required courses Alternately, students may transfer the required English Major Requirements 12 and speech courses from other institutions. No portion ODS S114 Backpacking in SE Alaska 1 of the Justice course work may be transferred from ODS S115 Winter Backpacking in SE Alaska 1 ODS S116 Introduction to Rock Climbing 1 another institution. ODS S117 Introduction to Ice Climbing 1 ODS S118 Avalanche Evaluation and Theory: Level I 2 ODS S133 Introduction to Sea Kayaking 1 Minimum Credit Hours 18 ODS S148 Backcountry Skiing and Snowboarding 1 ENGL S110 Basic Writing 3 ODS S205 Backcountry Navigation and Travel 2 or ODS S221 Glacier Travel and ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Crevasse Rescue Fundamentals 2 COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 Advisor approved Electives: (9) Program Requirements 13 JUST S111 Physical Training 1 JUST S112 Procedural Law 2 JUST S113 Criminal Justice 1 Residential Building JUST S114 Traffic Law Enforcement 1 Science (J) JUST S115 Police Procedures 5 JUST S116 Criminal Investigation 2 This program is for individuals interested in the ENGL S101 College Skills (Optional Course) 1 dynamics and systems approach to residential building. The program emphasis is teaching the essentials of diagnostic assessment and the issues Outdoor Skills & Leadership of building durability, building performance, energy (J) Certificate efficiency, and indoor air quality in residential The certificate in Outdoor Skills and Leadership is a buildings. Upon completion of this program nine month intensive humanities program designed participants will have the necessary skills for to develop skills and characteristics that are essen- employment opportunities as State energy raters, tial to success as an individual, a group member, and weatherization assessors, home inspectors or will a leader in outdoor and adventure settings. The pro- have improved skills as building contractors, gram incorporates outdoor risk management, lead- managers and appraisers. ership skills, specific outdoor activity skills (such as rock and ice climbing, kayaking, skiing, camping), and academic work in areas such as Alaska history, sci- Minimum Credit Hours 31 ence, philosophy, and communication. Both outdoor General Requirements:(9) and academic courses are designed to develop not Written Communication Skills:(3) only knowledge but also personal traits such as self- ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 reliance and good judgment. The curriculum includes 70 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 20. Oral Communication Skills: (3) COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 Associate Degrees COMM S235 Small Group Communication and Team Building 3 Associate of Arts Degree COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 (D, J, K, S) A.A. The associate of arts degree provides students Computational Skills:(3) with a broad, academic education. It is designed TT S100 Practical math for Industry 3 to be a transfer degree to baccalaureate degree or MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 3 programs. Students intending to transfer to a baccalaureate degree program should check the Major Requirements:(22) requirements for that program as some special CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications I 1 CT S110 Where Health and Housing Meet 1 general-education and lower-division classes are CT S165 Residential Building Technology 3 required. CT S185 Building Diagnostics and Testing 3 A minimum of 60 semester credits at the 100 CT S201 Cold Climate Coastal Construction 3 level or above, including 20 credits at the 200 CT S210 New Materials in Construction 1 level or higher, must be completed to earn the A.A. CT S224 Mechanical Systems for Buildings 3 CT S285 Advanced Building Pressure Diagnostics 3 degree. Of the 60 credits, 34 must be completed PHYS S102 Survey of Physics 4 in the appropriate areas of the General Education Requirements. Small Business Associate of Applied Management (J, K, S, D) Science Degree The one-year Small Business Management certificate (D, J, K, S) A.A.S. enables the student to explore business career options and gives entry-level job or upgrade skills for employment Apprenticeship Technology advancement. It may also be the first year of training (J, K, S) A.A.S. towards the two-year Associate of Applied Science in The Apprenticeship Technology program is available Business Administration. The Small Business to individuals who have completed a formal Management curriculum is designed to provide apprenticeship program and hold journeyman-level education in business theory and practical applications status in trades recognized by the U.S. Department necessary for owners, managers, and employees of of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. This small business firms. Students develop both the degree is available through campuses of the technical and human relations skills necessary to University of Alaska that offer the required academic succeed in today’s competitive business environment. credit courses. Upon completion of all the academic credit courses, the apprenticeship program will be Minimum Credit Hours 30 evaluated and appropriate credit awarded. Fees may General requirements:(9) be involved. No more than 38 credit hours may be ENGL S111 OR CIOS S260 3 awarded for the formal apprenticeship program. CIOS S116, MATH S105, or higher MATH course 3 Contact Student Services for further information. PSY S153, COMM S237 or COMM S111 3 Minimum Credit Hours 60–61 Major Requirements:(21) Program Requirements:(22–23) ACCT S100 Recordkeeping for Small Business 3 ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 or ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 ACCT S201 Principles for Financial Accounting 3 CIOS S262 Professional Development 3 BA S166 Small Business Management 3 COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communications 3 BA S201 Introduction to Management and Supervision 3 MATH S107 College Algebra or Approved BA, ECON, LAWS, or ACCT electives 6 Elementary Statistics course 3–4 Approved CIOS Elective 3 Emergency Trauma Technician 4 Approved Electives 3 Computer Applications Courses 3 Technical Credits from approved apprenticeship 38 University of Alaska Southeast 71
  • 21. Approved Electives:(15) Business Administration Electives can be used to obtain an emphasis in accounting, (J, K, D) A.A.S. computer information and office systems, or management. The Business Administration program provides a course of study in various aspects of business Computer Information and management that prepares students for entry into Office Systems (J, K, S, D) the job market. The A.A.S. degree in business A.A.S. administration requires a minimum of 60 credit hours. Computer Information and Office Systems is a Minimum Credit Hours 60 program designed for people interested in securing employment in positions requiring information General Requirements: (15) technology and administrative support skills. Basic Written Communication Skills:(6) computer use is required to begin coursework for ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 this degree. Absolute beginners are encouraged to and either take CIOS S100, Computers for Absolute Begin- ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition with Modes of Literature 3 ners, during the summer semester. or Degree Requirements: The Associate of Applied ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 Science degree in Computer Information and Office or Systems requires a minimum of 60 credit hours with CIOS S160 Business English 3 20 hours at the 200 level or above. A minimum grade and CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 of C is required in all courses. Oral Communication Skills:(3) Minimum Credit Hours 60 Selected from COMM S111, S235, S237 or S241. General Requirements: (15) Written Communication: (6) From the following areas: Humanities, Social Sciences, ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Natural Sciences, or Mathematics (6) and either ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition with Major Requirements: (30) Modes of Literature 3 ACCT S201 Principles of Financial Accounting ** 3 or ACCT S202 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 ACCT S222 Computer Automated Accounting 3 or or CIOS S160 Business English 3 ACCT S316 Accounting Information Systems 3 and BA S151 Introduction to Business 3 CIOS S260 Business Communication 3 or BA S166 Small Business Management 3 Oral Communication Skills:(3) BA S201 Introduction to Management and Supervision 3 or From among the following areas: Humanities, Social BA S301 Principles of Management 3 BA S330 Legal Environment of Business 3 Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics (6) or LAW S101 Introduction to Law 3 Major Requirements: Varies CIOS S116, or CIOS S117 1-3 Advisor approved Computer Electives:(3) CIOS S262 3 CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications I 1 and Completion of two of the certificates from the following list: CIOS S235 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications II 2 Administrative Office Support 20 or Computer Applications 20 CIOS S140 Database Desktop Publishing and Graphics 20 Concepts & Applications I 1a n d a Introductory Network Administration 20 CIOS S240 Database Concepts & Applications II 2 CIOS S260 Business Communication 3 Medical Office Specialist 20 ECON S201 Principles of Economics I:Macroeconomics* 3 Networking Essentials 20 or Programming Foundations 20 ECON S202 Principles of Economics II:Microeconomics 3 Web Authoring 20 *Note: Math S105 is a corequisite. Web Foundations 20 **ACCT S121 and ACCT S122 will meet ACCT S201 requirement. (see Certificate of Completion section for details) 72 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 22. Approved Electives:(Varies) Early Childhood Education *Where there is duplication in courses between general requirements and major requirements or within the major (D) A.A.S. requirements, additional electives will be required. Early Childhood Education courses are designed to prepare teachers for work in preschools, child care Construction Technology programs, Head Start schools, and as assistants in public school primary grades. The credits earned in (J, D) A.A.S. the C.D.A. and the certificate program can be part This program will benefit those interested in working of the A.A.S. degree. Students are advised to take in the construction trades and in mid–management general education courses early in their program of positions in the industry. Graduates of this program study. may enter the construction industry in residential construction, supervision, estimating, scheduling, The associate degree is offered through the Juneau safety, and the allied fields of materials and campus by distance delivery. equipment sales and service. Degree Requirements: The Associate of Applied Minimum Credit Hours 60 Science degree in Construction Technology requires General Education Requirements:(15) a minimum of 60 credit hours. ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition Minimum Credit Hours 60 with Modes of Literature 3 General Requirements:(15) or Oral Communication Skills:(3) ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 or COMM S235 Small Group Communication CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 and Team Building 3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Oral Communication Skills:(3) COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 Six (6) credits from: Humanities, Social Sciences, Math or Natural Sciences. Written Communication Skills:(6) ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 and one of the following: Major Requirements:(30) ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition ECE S112 Young Children and Health 1 with Modes of Literature 3 ECE S113 Safe Learning Environment 1 or ECE S114 Effective Learning Environment 1 ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 ECE S121 Physical Development of Young Children 1 ECE S122 Young Children and Cognitive Development 1 ECE S123 Language and Literature Activities Computational Skills:(3) for Young Children 1 TT S100 Practical math for Industry 3 ECE S124 Young Children and Creative Development 1 or ECE F130 Culture, Learning and the Young Child* 2 MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 3 ECE S141 Classroom Management 1 ECE S142 Social Development of Young Children 1 General Requirements:(3) ECE S143 Developing Positive Self-Concepts Choose one Humanities*, Mathematics, Natural Science or in Young Children 1 Social Science course. ECE F170 Practicum I* (concurrent with EC F130) 1 ECE S171 Program Management 1 Course chosen must be at the 100 levels or above. ECE S172 Professional Issues 1 Major Requirements:(45) EDE S205 Overview of Early Childhood Profession 3 ACCT S100 Recordkeeping for Small Business 3 ECE S210 Guidance and Discipline 3 BA S166 Small Business Management 3 ECE F220 Infant and Toddler Care* 2 CIOS S110 Microcomputer Concepts and Operation 3 ECE S221 The Young Child and the Family 1 CT S100 Woodworking I 3 ECE F230 Introduction to the Exceptional Children* 3 CT S120 Basic Construction Techniques 3 ECE F245 Child Development* 3 CT S150 Basic Drafting 3 *Taught UAF *Taught by distance through U AF.AF. CT S160 House Planning & Architectural Design 3 CT S175 Introduction to AutoCAD 3 CT S201 Cold Climate Coastal Construction 3 CT S222 Building Construction I 3 CT S223 Building Construction II 3 CT S224 Mechanical Systems for Buildings 3 CT S225 Construction Planning & Scheduling 3 CT S226 Construction Estimating 3 Technical or Vocational Electives 3 University of Alaska Southeast 73
  • 23. Environmental Technology Choose one emphasis (S, D) A.A.S. The Associate of Applied Science degree offers both a Utility Operations Emphasis:(15) technology emphasis and a utility management ENVT S204 Instrumentation 2 ENVT S21O Water Treatment 3 emphasis. Students successfully completing the degree ENVT S211 Wastewater Treatment 3 with Utility Operations Emphasis are qualified for the ENVT S212 Hydraulics 3 Department of Environmental Conservation Operator- ENVT S230 Sanitary Chemistry/Microbiology 2 in-Training Certification examination: meet educational ENVT S232 Sanitary Chemistry/MicrobiologyLab 2 requirements for Levels One, Two, and Three certification in Water Treatment, Water Distribution, Utility Management Emphasis: (15) Wastewater Collection and Wastewater Treatment. ACCT S121 Introduction to Accounting I 3 Students may also qualify for entry-level employment ACCT S122 Introduction to Accounting II 3 BA S201 Introduction to Management & Supervision 3 in water/wastewater utilities or as environmental ENVT S220 Utility Structure & Organization 3 technicians. The Utility Management emphasis offers ENVT S221 Financial Management for Small Utilities 3 basic skills required for management of small community utilities. Health Information Minimum Credit Hours 60 Management (S, D) A.A.S The Health Information Management (HIM) program General Education Requirements:(16) provides a course of study, using primarily distance delivery methodology, that prepares entry-level health Written Communication:(6) information professionals. This program is accredited ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 and by the Commission of Accreditation of Allied Health ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 Education Programs (CAAHEP) in collaboration with the or American Medical Association and the American Health CIOS S260 Business Communication 3 Information Management Association’s Council on Accreditation. Graduates are eligible to write the national Oral Communication Skills:(3) examination; successful completion of the examination leads to the professional credential of Registered Mathematics:(4) Health Information Technician (R.H.I.T.). MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra 4 Social Science:(3) Degree Requirements: The Health Information SOC S102 Science, Technology and Society 3 Management (HIM) A.A.S. degree program requires a minimum of sixty (60) semester credit hours. Major Requirements:(29) Graduation should occur within five (5) years from the ENVT S101 Introduction to Environmental Technology3 date of enrollment or HIM professional courses may ENVT S105 Technical Physics 3 have to be repeated. ENVT S105ATechnical Physics Lab 1 ENVT S106 Water/Wastewater Mechanics 2 Minimum credit hours 60 or ENVT S250 Sanitary Survey Training 3 ENVT S110 Drinking Water Systems 3 General Requirements:(20) ENVT S111 Wastewater Systems 3 Written Communication Skills:(6) ENVT S120 Small Utility Management & Supervision 2 ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 ENVT S130 Basic Sanitary Chemistry/Microbiology 2 and ENVT S132 Basic Sanitary Chemistry/Microbiology Lab 2 ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 ENVT S202 Hazardous Materials Management 2 or ENVT S203 Solid Waste Management 3 CIOS S260 Business Communication 3 ENVT S240 Practicum 3 Oral Communication Skills:(3) Selected from COMM S111, S235, S237 or S241 3 Mathematics Skills:(3-4) CIOS S116, MATH S105, or higher math course Natural Sciences:(8) BIOL S111 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 BIOL S112 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 74 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 24. Major Requirements:(40) General Requirements:(15) ENG 111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Computer Information and Office Systems courses ENG 211 Intermediate Composition 3 CIOS S110A Microcomputer Concepts and Operations 1 COMM 111 Fund Oral Communication 3 CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts and Applications I 1 or CIOS S140 Database Concepts and Applications I 1 COMM 237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Social Science (PSY 101 is advisable) 3 Health Information Management Other GER elective 3 HIM S110 Introduction to Health Information Practice 3 Non-Nursing Major Requirements at UAS (18) HIM S120 Operation of Health Information Services 3 BIOL 111 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 HIM S135 Medical Terminology 3 BIOL 112 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 HIM S160 Alternative Delivery Systems 3 BIOL 240 Microbiology 4 HIM S180 Computer Applications/Emerging Technologies2 PSY 250 Human Development 3 HIM S190 CPT-4 Procedural Coding 3 HLTH F203 Science of Nutrition (K, T, UAF distance) 3 HIM S210 ICD-9-CM Coding 3 HIM S215 Billing and Reimbursement 2 Nursing Major Requirements from UAA at a distance HIM S240 Legal Aspects of Health Information 2 with the clinical portion (lab = L) on site in Juneau, HIM S250 Quality Management 2 Ketchikan, or Sitka, although a trip to Anchorage may HIM S260 Data Quality & Reimbursement 2 be required. Only offered to cohorts in pre-determined HIM S270 Pathophysiology 3 semesters. HIM S271 Pharmacology 1 Major Requirements:(37) HIM S280 Health Care Management 3 NURS A120 Nursing Fundamentals 3 HIM S291 Internship in Health Information 2 NURS A120L Nursing Fundamentals Lab 4 NURS A125 Adult Nursing I 3 NURS A125L Adult Nursing I Lab 4 Nursing (J, K, S) A.A.S. NURS A180 Basic Nursing Pharmacology 3 NURS A220 Perinatal Nursing 2 Cohorts of nursing students will be admitted into the NURS A220L Perinatal Nursing Lab 2 University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) A.A.S. degree NURS A221 Advanced Perenteral Therapy Lab 1 in Nursing every two years at all three UAS campuses. NURS A222 Pediatric Nursing 2 Non-nursing pre-requisite and co-requisite courses can NURS A222L Pediatric Nursing Lab 2 be obtained at any of the three UAS campuses while NURS A225 Adult Nursing II 3 NURS A225L Adult Nursing II Lab 3 the nursing courses themselves will be distance de- NURS A250 Psychiatric Nursing 2 livered by UAA to admitted students at these same NURS A250L Psychiatric Nursing Lab 2 locations. Most, if not all, of the nursing clinicals can NURS A255 Staff Nurse: Legal, Ethical, and be completed locally. Some of the relevant details Organizational Issues 1 are listed below, but more important information can be obtained from local advisors listed below or can If you are interested in the AAS degree in Nursing, obtainable from UAA while remaining on a UAS be found at: www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/ campus, you must contact a local advisor: healthsci/aas.html Courses Required for Admission to the Program Marianne Stillner, Assistant Professor of Nursing In addition to a Nurse Entrance Test and other requirements, applicants to the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Nurs- UAS, Juneau Campus ing must have completed, with grades of “C” or above, high Tel: (907) 465-8775 Fax: (907) 465-6571 school algebra, biology with a lab and chemistry with a lab. Email: marianne.stillner@uas.alaska.edu Equivalent college-level courses can be used in lieu of these high school requirements and are available at the Juneau, Gail Klein, Student Resource Center Ketchikan, or Sitka campuses of UAS. They are: UAS, Ketchikan Campus MATH 055 or MATH 105 4 BIOL 103 4 Tel: (907) 228-4508 Fax: (907) 225-3624 CHEM 103 4 Email: gail.klein@uas.alaska.edu Degree Requirements: A minimum of 70 credits is re- quired for the A.A.S. in Nursing. The General Education Kathie Etulain, Assistant Campus Director Requirement coursework (a minimum of 15 credits) is UAS, Sitka Campus offered at all three UAS campuses as are the non-nursing Tel: (907) 747-7734 Fax: (907) 747-7768 co-requisite Major Requirements (a minimum of 18 cred- its). Nursing courses (NURS) in the Major Requirements Email: kathie.etulain@uas.alaska.edu (totaling 37 credits) are delivered by UAA through the use of Internet-based technologies and group phone con- ferences with faculty, but the clinical instruction portion of these courses is offered primarily on site in Juneau, Ketchikan, or Sitka. Additional clinical instruction op- portunities will be provided in Anchorage. University of Alaska Southeast 75
  • 25. LAWS S380 Family Law 3 Paralegal Studies (J) A.A.S. LAWS S394 Practicum: Field Practice 3 The paralegal studies courses are designed to prepare LAWS S410 Administrative Law and Procedures 3 individuals for employment in attorneys’ offices, the court LAWS S498 Selected Research Problems in Law system, and other legal agencies doing work that and Public Administration 3 requires a basic working knowledge of the legal system Electives:(9) and its processes. Degree Requirements: The A.A.S. degree in paralegal studies requires a minimum of 60 credit Power Technology (J) hours. A.A.S. Automotive Emphasis Minimum credit hours 60 This degree is a vocational training program for men General Requirements:(15) and women interested in securing employment in automotive technician positions. Graduation can lead Written Communications Skills:(6) to employment in automobile dealerships, fleet ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 service operations, national chain automotive service and either ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition with stores, franchise repair shops, and independent Modes of Literature 3 repair shops. Students expecting to gain or employment in this industry will need a valid driver’s ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 license with a good driving record, and a personal or tool box meeting industry standards (see department CIOS S160 Business English 3 and for details). CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 Admission requirements: Students will be admitted to the Automotive Emphasis program when Oral Communication Skills:(3) they have met the following requirements: Selected from COMM S111, S235, S237 or S241. 1. Submission of a resume of work experiences and a letter stating why the individual wants to From the following areas: Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Mathematics:(6) become an automotive technician. 2. Completion of a pre-admission interview. **A number of special topics courses (ED S193) will be offered in each school district for paraprofessionals Minimum credit hours 60 that may be applied to the elective credits in an A.A. General Requirements:(15) S. degree. A candidate is limited to 6 credits earned in this manner. Written Communication Skills:(6) ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Major Requirements:(24) and either: ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition LAWS S101 Introduction to Law 3 with Modes of Literature 3 LAWS S112 Civil Procedure 3 or LAWS S235 Criminal Litigation 3 LAWS S240 Methods and Techniques of Legal Research 3 ENGL S212 Technical Report Writing 3 LAWS S294 Practicum: Field Practice 3 LAWS S310 Personal Injuries and Property Damage 3 Oral Communication Skills:(3) LAWS S332 Contracts 3 COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communications 3 LAWS S434 Constitutional Law 3 COMM S235 Small Group Communication and Team Building 3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Approved Electives:(12) COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 Generally, in order to qualify as an approved elective, a course must have law as its subject matter content. Computational Skills:(3) Example of courses that would automatically be approved TT S100 Practical Math for Industry 3 include: or LAWS S210 Evidence 3 MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 3 LAWS S215 Paralegal Profession in Practice 3 LAWS S223 Real Estate Law 3 LAWS S330 Legal Environment of Business 3 General Requirements LAWS S334 Advanced Business Law 3 Choose one Humanities*, Mathematics, Natural Science or LAWS S360 Business Organization 3 Social Science course. (Course must be at the 100-level or above) 76 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 26. Major Requirements:(49) Major Requirements :(44) AUTO S102 Introduction to Automotive Technology 3 WELD S120 Basic Welding I 3 AUTO S121 Auto Electrical I 3 WELD S149 Maintenance Welding 3 AUTO S122 Engine Performance I 3 DESL S105 Diesel Fuel Systems 3 AUTO S131 Auto Electrical II 3 DESL S110 Heavy Duty Engines 6 AUTO S140 Auto Engine Repair 3 DESL S125 Hydraulics 3 AUTO S152 Brake Systems 4 DESL S130 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning 2 AUTO S160 Manual Drive Train and Axles 3 DESL S171 Heavy Duty Electrical Systems 3 AUTO S162 Suspension and Alignment 4 DESL S180 AC Power Generation 3 AUTO S195 Auto Practicum I (1-6) DESL S250 Heavy Duty Brakes & CDL Preparation 2 AUTO S202 Fuel and Emission Systems 4 DESL S255 Heavy Duty Suspension and Alignment 2 AUTO S222 Engine Performance II 3 DESL S260 Heavy Duty Power Trains 3 AUTO S225 Auto Heating and A/C 3 DESL S261 Marine Auxiliary Systems 3 AUTO S227 Auto Electrical III 3 DESL S262 Marine Auxiliary Systems Lab 2 AUTO S260 Electronic & Automatic Transmissions 3 DESL S263 Marine Transmissions 3 CIOS S146AInternet Concepts and Applications 1 DESL S291 Internship 3 Diesel Emphasis This degree is a vocational training program for men and women interested in securing employment Bachelor Degrees working with various diesel engine applications such as (but not limited to): Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Earth moving machines Logging equipment (B.A.) (J) Marine main propulsion AC generators/switch gear The Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education is a Marine auxiliary systems Hydraulic systems four-year undergraduate degree in its third year lead- Mining machines Cold storage systems ing to Type A certification in Elementary Education in Construction equipment Rock crushers Trucking Saw mills the state of Alaska. Students are assessed relative Tour vessels Tour buses to national and state standards, including National Charter boats Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards, the Alaska Teacher Standards, the Alaska Student Content Standards and the Alaska Minimum credit hours 62 Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools, and ACEI General Requirements:(15) Standards. The degree requirements are interdisciplinary and Written Communication Skills:(6) provide breadth in the content areas necessary for ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 and one of the following: successful teaching at an elementary level and depth ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition 3 in the opportunities to connect theory and practice ENGL S212 Technical Writing 3 in a variety of real classroom, school, and commu- nity contexts. Oral Communication Skills:(3) COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 The main components of this program include: (1) COMM S235 Small Group Communication 3 subject area coursework in UAS General Education COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Requirements (GERs); (2) additional subject area COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 coursework in those areas important for successful teaching at an elementary level; (3) foundation Computational Skills:(3) courses in education with practical experiences in TT S100 Practical Math for Industry 3 the schools; and (4) a capstone year-long experience or MATH S105 Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 3 where the professional education courses are inte- grated with student teaching. General Requirements:(3) Choose one Humanities*, Mathematics, Natural Science or Social Science course. (Course must be at the 100-level or above) University of Alaska Southeast 77
  • 27. Admission Criteria: Oral Communication:(3) Pre-major status: Applicants enter as pre-majors Choose one of the following and will be considered for full admission into the COMM S111 Block (with ENGL S111)Fundamentals Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education program of Oral Communication 3 COMM S235 Small Group Communication after meeting the following: and Team Building 3 1. Completion of GERs COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 2. Minimum G.P.A. of 2.75 3. Completion of 60 credits Humanities:(16) 4. Praxis I exam scores Choose two of the following 4 5. Completion of change of major form ART S100 Visual Art Appreciation and Principles 2 6. One professional letter of recommendation from MUS S100 Music Appreciation and Principles 2 someone, other than an education professor, THR S100 Theatre Appreciation and Principles 2 who can speak to their disposition and potential as a future elementary teacher Must take: (12) PSY S101 Introduction to Psychology 3 7. Writing competency HIST S105 World History I 3 8. Math competency GEOG S101 Introduction to Geography 3 GOVT S101 Introduction to American Government 3 Admission to Methods and Internship (Capstone Year) 1. Full Elementary Education Major status 2. Submission of application for Capstone / Math and Science:(12-16) Internship Year Must take 3. Overall G.P.A. of 2.75, successful completion of GEOL S104 Physical Geology 4 all required coursework MATH S107 College Algebra 4 4. A current resume and letter of introduction to future host teacher and principal Either 5. Fingerprinting and criminal background check BIOL S103 Biology and Society 4 or 6. Completion of all required subject area BIOL S105 Fundamentals of Biology I 4 and coursework BIOL S106 Fundamentals of Biology II 4 7. Current negative tine test 8. Successful interview Content Area Requirements:(35) 9. Praxis I exam scores passing Alaska state This area is designed to provide breadth necessary standards for elementary classroom teaching and depth necessary to respond to NCATE Standards and Alaska Student Content Standards. Exit Criteria: Approved portfolio based on the CTE vision and conceptual framework, Alaska State Humanities:(7) Standards, and NCATE Standards to be completed ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 in the Senior Capstone Year as part of methods PE S104 Dance 1 courses and student teaching, and successful PE S100 Health and Fitness 1 Choose one of the following (must be the completion of Praxis II exam. one not chosen in the GERs) Degree Requirements: Candidates must complete ART S100 Visual Art: Appreciation and Principles 2 MUS S100 Music Appreciation and Principles 2 the GERs as well as the specific program require- THR S100 Theatre: Appreciation and Principles 2 ments listed below for a minimum of 128 credit hours. Courses in a degree program may be counted Social Science:(15) only once. Courses used to fulfill the major require- ALST S300 Alaska Studies for Educators 3 ments cannot be used to fulfill the GERs. Specific HIST S131 History of US I 3 recommendations for the GERs in Elementary Edu- PSY S245 Child Development 3 cation are listed below. Degree must include 48 Choose one:(3) credit hours of upper-division (300 or above) courses, ANTH S200 Alaska Native Cultures 3 24 of which must be completed at UAS. ANTH S202 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH S225 The Arts and Legends of Native Alaskans 3 General Education Requirements: (37 - 41) ANTH S240 Gender Roles in Society 3 Written Communication:(6) ENGL S111 Methods of Written Communication 3 Choose one:(3) ENGL S211 Intermediate Composition with Modes PSY S302 Social Psychology 3 of Literature 3 SOC S345 Education and Society 3 78 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 28. Natural Science & Math:(13) study may be applied toward the B.A. in English. MATH S205 Mathematics for Elem School Teachers I 3 The B.A. in English provides a broad foundation in the MATH S206 Mathematics for Elem School Teachers II 3 liberal arts as well as specialized training in language PHYS S102 Survey of Physics 4 ASTR S225 General Astronomy 3 and literature. The program is designed to provide students with (1) knowledge of English and American Education Requirements:(56) literature and culture, (2) understanding of ED S222 Orientation to the Teaching Profession 3 multicultural literatures and cultures, including the ED S230 Introduction to Educational Technology 2 contributions of women, Native American writers, (3) ED S302 Foundations of Literacy 3 advanced skills in critical reading, research, writing, ED S320A Art in the K-8 Curriculum 1 ED S320B Physical Education in the K-8 Curriculum 1 speaking, and problem solving, and (4) practical ED S320C Music in the K-8 Curriculum 1 experience in a professional setting. ED S320D Drama in the K-8 Curriculum 1 ED S320E Health in the K-8 Curriculum 1 Admission ED S333 The Learner and the Learning Process 3 Students are admitted to the program after ED S380 Multicultural Education 3 completing an application for admission and declaring ED S415 Teaching Literacy/Social Studies inK-8 Curriculum 6 an English major. At the time of admission, they will ED S426 Teaching Math & Science in be assigned to an academic advisor in the the K-8 Curriculum 5 Communications Department. Students must ED S448 Elementary Classroom Management maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 and successfully in K-8 Classrooms 3 pass the junior portfolio requirement by the time they ED S452 Student Teaching 9 ED S460 Integrated Curriculum and Instruction 2 have reached the 62nd credit of study. ED S494 Applications of Teaching: Field Work 1 ED S498 Portfolio Preparation 2 General Education Requirements: (34) ED S482 Inclusive Classrooms for All Children 3 Must include one complete history sequence HIST S131, S132 or HIST S105, S106 and PHIL 201. Choose one:(3) ED S304 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3 ENGL S305 Studies in Children’s Literature 3 Foreign Language Requirement: (16) Students must take a minimum of 16 credits in the For sequence of courses, see advisor and student study of a single world or Native language. handbook available in the Center for Teacher Education. Electives or Minor: (20) Bachelor of Arts leading to Literature Core: (18) Secondary Education ENGL S215 Introduction to Literary Study 3 ENGL S223 Survey of British Lit I 3 Students wishing to receive teacher certification in ENGL S224 Survey of British Lit II 3 Middle Grades and Secondary Education, must first ENGL S225 Survey of American Lit I 3 complete a B.A. or B.S. degree in their content area. ENGL S226 Survey of American Lit II 3 Upon completion of the Bachelor’s degree, the stu- ENGL S330 Shakespeare 3 dent is eligible to apply for the 12 month Master of Arts in Teaching program (see page 103). Contact Professional Experience: (3) ENGL S491 Internship 3 Dr. David Marvel (907-465-4679) in the Center for Teacher Education for advising information. Capstone Experience: (3) ENGL S499 Thesis 3 HUM S499 Humanities Capstone 3 Bachelor of Arts in English (B.A.) (J) Literature Emphasis select one of the following emphasis areas: (30) Degree Requirements At least 12 credits of literature emphasis courses must focus on Candidates must complete general education literature before 1900. See the course schedule for information requirements as well as the specific program on which courses have been designated as pre-1900 each se- requirements listed below. Courses may not be used mester. No more than 12 credits of literature emphasis courses to fulfill more than one requirement in the B.A. may be in writing or communication (ENGL S311, S362, S363, S461 or COMM S446). program. Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 and complete 42 credits of upper-division courses (24 of these must be UAS credits). A maximum of 12 credits of independent University of Alaska Southeast 79
  • 29. Option 1: Literature Admissions: Applicants enter as pre-majors and will Five 300-level courses (15 credits) selected from the be considered for full admission to the Bachelor of following: Arts in Social Science program with a GPA of 2.0 or ENGL S302 Masterpieces of World Literature 3 ENGL S303 Literature and the Environment 3 better and after completion of the following with a ENGL S305 Children’s Literature 3 grade of C or better: ENGL S111 and MATH S105 ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 or higher. ENGL S362 Memoir Writing 3 Pre-majors are highly encouraged to seek academic ENGL S363 Nature Writing 3 advising from the Social Science Assessment ENGL S365 Literature of Alaska 3 ENGL S370 Native American Literature 3 Coordinator. When a student becomes a major in the COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 Social Sciences she or he is assigned a faculty Five selected from the following:(15) advisor. The student and faculty advisor plan the ENGL S414 Research Writing 3 student’s curriculum, and the advisor’s signature is ENGL S418 Advanced Themes in Literature :ST 3 required on registration documents. ENGL S419 Major Authors: ST 3 ENGL S420 Genre Studies: ST 3 Degree requirements: Candidates must complete ENGL S421 Women and Literature: ST 3 the General Education Requirements (GERs) as well ENGL S422 Literary Periods: ST 3 as the specific program requirements listed below ENGL S423 Ecocriticism 3 for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Courses in a ENGL S461 Advanced Creative Writing 3 degree program may count toward meeting more than one program requirement but credit is accepted Option 2: Literature and the Environment for only one requirement area. Specific requirements Both of the following: (6) for GERs in Social Science are listed below. Degree ENGL S303 Literature and the Environment 3 must include 42 credits of upper-division (300 or ENGL S423 Ecocriticism 3 above) courses, 24 of which must be completed at From the following: (9) UAS. PHIL S271 Perspectives on the Natural World 3 The Student Assessment Program (SAP) in Social ENGL S363 Nature Writing 3 Science is a portfolio assessment requirement for ENGL S365 Literature of Alaska 3 degree completion. The following related course is ENGL S370 Native American Literature 3 taken in the freshman or sophomore year with Five selected from the following:(15) presentation of the completed portfolio in the fall ENGL S414 Research Writing 3 semester of the student’s senior year: SSCI S210, ENGL S418 Advanced Themes in Literature :ST 3 First Portfolio Review ENGL S419 Major Authors: ST 3 Specific requirements of the portfolio are available ENGL S420 Genre Studies: ST 3 from the Assessment Coordinator for the Social ENGL S421 Women and Literature: ST 3 ENGL S422 Literary Periods: ST 3 Sciences. Students transferring to UAS, or from ENGL S461 Advanced Creative Writing 3 another program within UAS, need to consult with the Assessment Coordinator to arrange for timely completion of the SAP requirements. Bachelor of Arts in Social Minimum credit hours 120 Science (B.A.) (J) Electives: (24-28) Must include upper division courses as needed to The Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science with total 42 upper division course requirement credits. an emphasis in a Social Science discipline enables General Education Requirement: (35) students to integrate advanced work in at least three social science disciplines as well as a rich One of the following courses must be included in the GERs for a B.A. in Social Science. interdisciplinary focus towards their degree. This STAT S107 Introductory Statistics degree prepares a graduate for employment in a MATH 107 College Algebra variety of fields including, but not limited to, business, education, government, human services, natural The following courses are strongly recommended resources, and graduate programs. Concentration as part of the degree program in Social Science: areas: Anthropology, Economics, Government/ World Language or Alaska Native Language (8 Political Science, History, Psychology, Sociology credits in a one-year sequence) 80 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 30. Social Science Requirements: (12) From the following courses: (6) SSCI S101 Self, Culture and Society 3 HIST S341 History of Alaska 3 SSCI S102 Reading and Writing in the Social Sciences 2 HIST S370 Modern European Intellectual History 3 SSCI S200 Research Methods in Social Science I 3 HIST S420 The Holocaust 3 SSCI S210 Portfolio Review 1 HIST S440 The Western Movement 3 SSCI S410 Contemp Issues & Ethics in Social Science 3 HIST S450 Twentieth Century America 3 Primary Concentration Area: (21-25) Seminar in History: (3) Choose one area. If a course is taken as a GER, a HIST S492 Seminar in History: Selected Topics 3 substitution of equal or higher course level and num- Psychology: (21) ber of credits in the same discipline must be taken to PSY S101 Introduction to Psychology 3 PSY S250 Lifespan Development 3 fulfill the primary concentration requirement. PSY S302 Social Psychology 3 PSY S340 Abnormal Psychology 3 Anthropology: (21) PSY S406 Personality Theories 3 ANTH S101 Introduction to Anthropology 3 or ANTH S202 Cultural Anthropology 3 PSY S430 Clinical and Counseling Psychology 3 ANTH S205 Biological Anthropology 3 PSY S410 Learning and Motivation 3 ANTH S211 Fundamentals of Archaeology 3 SSCI S400 Research Methods in Social Science II 3 ANTH S324 Psychological Anthropology 3 ANTH S354 Culture and Ecology 3 Sociology:(21) ANTH S400 Anthropology of Religion 3 SOC S101 Introduction to Sociology 3 Economics: (25) SOC S201 Social Problems 3 ECON S201 Principles of Economics I: Macroeconomics 3 SOC S301 Sociology of Close Relationships 3 ECON S202 Principles of Economics II: Microeconomics 3 SOC S343 Sociology of Deviant Behavior 3 ECON S321 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 SOC S377 Men, Women and Change 3 ECON S324 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 SOC S410 Sociology of American Multiculture 3 ECON S412 Introduction to Econometrics 4 SSCI S400 Research Methods in Social Science II 3 SSCI S400 Research Methods in Social Science II 3 From the following courses: (6) Secondary Concentration Areas: (24) ECON S350 Money and Banking 3 Choose two of the following disciplines different from ECON S351 Public Economics 3 your primary concentration area and complete the ECON S435 Natural Resource/Environmental Economics 3 course sequencing. If a course is taken as a GER, a ECON S463 International Economics 3 substitution of equal or higher course level and num- ber of credits in the same discipline must be taken Government/Political Science: (24) to fulfill the secondary concentration requirement. GOVT S101 Introduction to American Government 3 or GOVT S102 Introduction to Political Science 3 Anthropology: (12) GOVT S230 Introduction to Political Philosophy 3 ANTH S101 Introduction to Anthropology 3 GOVT S313 Alaska Politics 3 ANTH S202 Cultural Anthropology 3 GOVT S393 Western European Politics 3 ANTH S324 Psychological Anthropology 3 GOVT S491 Legislative Internship 9 ANTH S354 Culture and Ecology 3 GOVT S493 Legislative Internship Seminar 3 A primary concentration in Government/Political Science requires Economics: (12) one of the secondary concentrations to be in Economics ECON S201 Principles of Economics I: Macro 3 History: (24) ECON S202 Principles of Economics II: Micro 3 ECON S321 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 Introductory History Sequence: (6) (not GER sequence) And any one of the following courses: (3) HIST S105 World History I 3 ECON S350 Money and Banking 3 and ECON S351 Public Economics 3 HIST S106 World History II 3 ECON S435 Natural Resource/Environmental Econ 3 or ECON S463 International Economics 3 HIST S131 U.S. History I 3 and Government/Political Science: (12) HIST S132 U.S. History II 3 GOVT S101 Introduction to American Government 3 Survey History: (6) or HIST S202 U.S. Women’s History 3 GOVT S102 Introduction to Political Science 3 HIST S227 Early Modern Europe 3 GOVT S230 Introduction to Political Philosophy 3 HIST S228 Modern Europe 3 GOVT S313 Alaska Politics 3 Historiography: (3) GOVT S393 Western European Politics 3 HIST S300 Historiography and Historical Methods 3 University of Alaska Southeast 81
  • 31. History: (12) Introductory/Survey History Courses: (6) Complete general and core requirements for the (choose 2 not in GER sequence) B.A. degree in Communication Skills, Humanities HIST S105 World History I 3 and the Social Sciences; Perspectives on the HIST S106 World History II 3 Human Condition; Math or Computer Science and HIST S131 U.S. History I 3 HIST S132 U.S. History II 3 Natural Science HIST S227 Early Modern Europe 3 HIST S228 Modern Europe 3 Minimum credit hours 39 SWK F103 Introduction to Social Work 3 From the following courses: (6) SWK F220 Values, Ethics and Social Work Practice 3 HIST S341 History of Alaska 3 SOC/PSY F250 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences 3 HIST S370 Modern European Intellectual History 3 SWK F305 Social Welfare History 3 HIST S420 The Holocaust 3 SWK F306 Social Welfare: Policies and Issues 3 HIST S440 The Western Movement 3 SWK F341 Human Behavior in the Social Environment I 3 HIST S450 Twentieth Century America 3 SWK F342 Human Behavior in the Social Environment II 3 HIST S492 Seminar in History: Selected Topics 3 SWK F460 Social Work Practice I 3 SWK F461 Practicum in Social Work I 3 SWK F463 Social Work Practice II 3 Psychology: (12) SWK F464 Practicum in Social Work II 3 PSY S101 Introduction to Psychology 3 SWK F473 Social Science Research Methods 3 PSY S250 Lifespan Development 3 PSY S302 Social Psychology 3 PSY S340 Abnormal Psychology 3 Liberal Arts Required Courses PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology 3 SOC F100X Individual, Culture and Society 3 Sociology: (12) ANTH 242 Native Cultures of Alaska 3 SOC S101 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC S201 Social Problems 3 For more information contact: SOC S343 Sociology of Deviant Behavior 3 Judy Shepherd SOC S410 Sociology of American Multiculture 3 Department Head of Social Work, Associate Professor of Social Work Bachelor of Arts in Social University of Alaska Fairbanks Work (B.S.W.) (UAF) (907) 474-7240, (907) 474-5284, ffjes@uaf.edu Graduates in social work qualify for beginning practice positions in child welfare, mental health, services for the aged, family agencies, youth programs, health services, Native corporations and other social agencies. Social work applies knowledge in the behavioral sciences to deal with the emotional and social problems of individuals, families and communities. The curriculum includes a liberal arts base, foundation requirements in the behavioral sciences, and sequences in social policy and services, practical methods and field instruction. A major emphasis is the preparation of the student for beginning social work practice with rural and Alaska Native populations. Qualified students will complete a 400 hour practicum in a community social service agency in their senior year. Delivery Courses are accessible throughout the state using a variety of distance delivery techniques including audio conferences and face-to-face seminars. This means students in rural regions of the state are able to acquire the BA Social Work degree without relocating to a major campus of the university. 82 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 32. Bachelor of Business CIOS S135 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications I 1 and Administration (B.B.A.) (J, D) CIOS S235 Spreadsheet Concepts & Applications II 2 The B.B.A. program provides a course of study that or (1) prepares students for professional positions in CIOS S140 Database Concepts & Applications I 1 private or public business fields, (2) prepares them and CIOS S240 Database Concepts & Applications II 2 to evaluate and exploit viable business opportunities, STAT S273 Elementary Statistics 3 and (3) prepares them for graduate study in business and related disciplines. Upper Division BA S301 Principles of Management 3 Degree Requirements: Candidates must complete BA S310 Management Information Systems 3 the general education requirements (GERs) as well as or the specific program requirements listed in this section ACCT S316 Accounting Information Systems 3 for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Any given course BA S325 Financial Management 3 may be counted as fulfilling more than one requirement BA S330 Legal Environment of Business 3 BA S343 Principles of Marketing 3 in a degree program, but the credit hours can only be BA S374 Introduction to Management Science 3 counted once. Degrees must include 42 credits of or upper-division (300 or above) courses, 24 of which BA S375 Project Management 3 must be completed at UAS. Courses used as major or requirements cannot be used as GERs. BA S412 Operations Management/Production 3 BA S462 Administrative Policy 3 A minimum grade of “C” must be earned in the English, BA S490 Political and Social Environment of Business 3 math (through Math 107), and speech classes taken in the general education requirements. In addition, Choose one emphasis area all students in the Bachelor of Business Administration General Business Admin Emphasis:(30) (B.B.A.) program must either test out of or earn a “C” Advisor approved upper-division business electives 9 or better in 3 hours of CIOS electives, 3 hours of Upper-division credits approved by advisor 9 CIOS spreadsheet or database courses, and BA 462, Other electives approved by advisor 12 Business Policy. Students should complete the Accounting Emphasis:(30) computer courses within their first sixty (60) credit ACCT S310 Income Tax for Individuals 3 hours. ACCT S311 Intermediate Accounting I 3 ACCT S312 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Students in any of the business programs who are deemed ACCT S342 Advanced Managerial Cost 3 deficient in any of the competency areas may be required ACCT S452 Auditing 3 to take additional courses to strengthen their skills before CIOS S260 Business Communications 3 graduation. Any such additional courses can usually be Advisor approved accounting electives 6 counted as a program elective. Requiring supplementary Advisor Approved Upper Division Electives 3 course work will be considered if two different faculty Other Electives 3 members indicate a student has a weakness in the same Management Emphasis: (30) outcome area. BA S351 Organizational Behavior 3 BA S361 Human Resource Management 3 Admission: To be formally admitted to the B.B.A. BA S487 International Business 3 program, a student must be in good standing at the Upper-division credits approved by advisor 9 University. Other electives approved by advisor. 12 Minimum Credit Hours 120 General Education Requirements: (35) Marketing Emphasis: (30) The following courses must be included in the GERs for this BA S311 Consumer Behavior 3 degree: MATH S107 or higher level math, and ECON S201 BA S463 Marketing Communication 3 and S202. Students considering graduate studies in business, From the following: (3) such as an MBA, should be aware that some programs require BA S446 Services Marketing 3 calculus (See MATH S200, S201, and S202) BA S448 Marketing For Nonprofits 3 BA S447 International Marketing 3 Upper division credits approved by advisor from Accounting, Electives: (16) Management, Economics and Marketing 9 Other advisor approved electives 12 Major Requirements: (39) Advisor approved Computer Electives:(3) Lower Division ACCT S201 Principles of Financial Accounting* 3 ACCT S202 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 *ACCT S121 and S122 together will substitute for ACCT S201. University of Alaska Southeast 83
  • 33. Bachelor of Liberal Arts Choose one: (B.L.A.) (J) For BLA degree with a minor: With emphasis in: Art, Communications, General Breadth Requirements:(28) Studies (also Distance Delivered), Government, 1. Humanities (9 credits minimum) in at least two disciplines with Human Communication, and Mathematics a maximum of 6 credits in one discipline. 2. Social Science (9 credits minimum) in at least two disciplines The Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree is designed for with a maximum of 6 credits in one discipline). students seeking a broad-based education that can 3. Mathematics or Natural Sciences (7 credits). MATH S107, MATH lead to graduate school or jobs in which critical S108, MATH S200; STAT S107, STAT S273; all natural science thinking and communication skills are valued. courses; ANTH S205, GEOG S205, PHIL S204. Students engage in time-honored methods of inquiry: 4. Communications (3 upper-division credits minimum) in English creative endeavor, critical interpretation, dialogue, composition, literature, creative writing, or human historical and logical analysis, and scholarly communication. investigation. BLA graduates who are interested in Minor Requirements: (15-18) teaching may also apply to the one-year Master of Electives: (9-12) Arts in Teaching programs at UAS. Students should consult with faculty in their areas of interest to design For BLA degree without a minor: an individualized course of study. Breadth Requirements:(43) BLA degrees must include: 1. Humanities (15 credits minimum) in at least two disciplines 1. 120 credits minimum at the 100 level or above. with a maximum of 9 credits in one discipline. 2. 30 credits, including 24 upper-division credits, 2. Social Science (15 credits minimum) in at least two disciplines completed at UAS. with a maximum of 9 credits in one discipline). 3. 42 upper-division (300-400 level) credits. 3. Mathematics or Natural Sciences (7 credits). MATH S108 or higher math course; all natural science courses; or ANTH S205, 4. No more than 12 credits of independent study GEOG S205, PHIL S204, and STAT S273. and no more than 12 credits of internship. 4. Communications (6 upper-division credits minimum) in English Admission Requirements: Students need to go composition, literature, creative writing, or human through formal application process. See UAS communication. admission requirements (page 12) Electives:(12) Distance Students: Email Choose one emphasis area: (30) distance.ed@uas.alaska.edu or call 1-800-478- Grades lower than a C will not accepted for the depth or emphasis 9069. area. A senior research thesis or project of up to 6 credits is optional. Law Science (LAWS) courses can only be used in the Premajor Status: Applicants enter as premajors General Studies emphasis. and will be considered for full admission into the BLA program after completion of: A BLA Portfolio Review by the 62nd credit of study. Art Emphasis: (30) Degree Requirements: Courses in a degree Note: ART S105 must be taken as a prerequisite to ART S106 program may be counted only once—courses used and can count as either a Humanities Breadth or Elective in this as major requirements cannot also be used to fulfill program. ART S261 must be taken as the required Fine Art GER requirements in other parts of the program. History for this program courses may fulfill Humanities or Social Science requirement, but may not be used for both. ART S106 Beginning Drawing II 3 ART S162 Color and Design 3 Minimum Credit Hours 120 ART S213 Beginning Painting I (Oil or Acrylic) 3 General Education Requirements: (35) ART S262 History of World Art II 3 BLA-required GERs may fulfill requirements in the GERs or elsewhere ART S363 History of Modern Art 3 in the program. 1. World Language or Alaska Native Language (8 credits minimum Select one: (3) in a one-year sequence) ART S201 Beginning Ceramics 3 2. History (6 credits in a one-year sequence in any area of survey or ART S211 Sculpture 3 introductory history) 3. PHIL S201 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits) 4. ART S261 History of World Art I (3 credits) for the Art Emphasis only 84 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 34. Select one: (3) COMM S452 Family Communication 3 ART S307 Intermediate Printmaking Serigraphy 3 COMM S460 Rhetorical Criticism 3 ART S308 Intermediate Printmaking: Relief 3 COMM S475 Communication in Educ & Trng 3 ART S310 Intermediate Printmaking: Intaglio 3 COMM S291/S491 Communication Internship 1-9 Note: ART S207, S208 and S210 are required prerequisites COMM S294/S494 Communication Practicum 1-3 for the courses listed above. They can count as either Hu- COMM S397/S497 Independent Study manities Breadth or Electives in this program. D. Other Communications Required: AKL S105 Elementary Tlingit Language I 4 HUM S499 Humanities Capstone 3 AKL S106 Elementary Tlingit Language II 4 ASL S101 Elementary American Sign Language I 4 ASL S102 Elementary American Sign Language II 4 Upper Division Art electives: (6) COMT S432 Telecommunications 3 Communications Emphasis: (30) COMT S434 Applied A-V Technologies 3 BLA Communications – 30 credits in depth area. 15 credits must COMT S473 Advanced Telecomm & Networking 3 ED S612 School-Community Relations 3 be upper division. This includes: FREN S101 Elementary French I 4 · 18 credits from A, B, or C. FREN S102 Elementary French II 4 · At least 3 credits from each of the other categories A, B, C or D FREN S201 Intermediate French I 4 · 3-credit humanities capstone course, HUM 499 FREN S202 Intermediate French II 4 JOUR S101 Introduction to Journalism 3 JOUR S102 Introduction to News Editing & Layout 3 A. Composition and Creative Writing JOUR S294-S494 Newspaper Practicum 1-3 ENGL S261 Introduction to Creative Writing 3 RUSS S101 Elementary Russian I 4 ENGL S311 Adv Composition 3 RUSS S102 Elementary Russian II 4 ENGL S362 Memoir Writing 3 RUSS S201 Intermediate Russian I 4 ENGL S363 Nature Writing 3 RUSS S202 Intermediate Russian II 4 ENGL S393/493 Special Topics 3 SPAN S101 Elementary Spanish I 4 ENGL S397/497 Independent Study 3 SPAN S102 Elementary Spanish II 4 ENGL S414 Research Writing 3 SPAN S201 Intermediate Spanish I 4 ENGL S461 Advanced Creative Writing: ST 3 SPAN S202 Intermediate Spanish II 4 LA S499 Liberal Arts Thesis 3 SPAN S317 Spanish Conversation 3 THR S211 Introduction to Drama I 3 B. Literature THR S212 Introduction to Drama II 3 ENGL S215 Intro to Literary Study 3 THR S218 Studies in Theatre 3 ENGL S218 Themes in Literature 3 THR S221 Acting I 3 ENGL S223-226 British and American Lit Surveys 3 THR S294/S494 Theater Practicum 1-3 ENGL S302 Masterpieces of World Literature 3 THR S222 Acting II 3 ENGL S303 Literature and the Environment 3 THR S331 Directing 3 ENGL S305 Children’s Literature 3 THR S391/S491 Internship 1-6 ENGL S330 Shakespeare 3 THR S294/S394/S494 Practicum 1-6 ENGL S365 Literature of Alaska 3 THR S418 Advanced Studies in Theatre 3 ENGL S370 Native American Literature 3 Other approved language & theatre courses ENGL S393/493 Special Topics 3 ENGL S397/497 Independent Study 3 General Studies Emphasis: (30) ENGL S418 Advanced Themes in Literature: ST 3 At least 2 disciplines from the following course ENGL S419 Major Authors: ST 3 classifications: humanities, mathematics and logic, ENGL S420 Genre Studies: ST 3 natural sciences, or social sciences (including law ENGL S421 Women and Literature: ST 3 ENGL S422 Literary Periods: ST 3 science) must be represented with at least 12 credits ENGL S423 Ecocriticism 3 each. Eighteen of the 30 credits must be upper LA S499 Liberal Arts Thesis 1-6 division. C. Human Communication Government Emphasis; (30) COMM S220 Leadership I 3 Note: ECON S201 (Principles of Economics I: Macro) and ECON COMM S235 Small Group Communication/Teambuilding 3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communications 3 S202 (Principles of Econ II: Micro) must be included in the GERs or COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 in the Social Science breadth area. COMM S250 Introduction to Human Communication 3 GOVT S201 Comparative Politics 3 COMM S320 Argumentation & Debate 3 GOVT S211 State and Local Government 3 COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 GOVT S230 Introduction to Political Philosophy 3 COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 GOVT S251 Introduction to International Relations 3 COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 GOVT S313 Alaska Politics and Government 3 COMM S380 Communication Theory 3 COMM S420 Leadership II 3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 University of Alaska Southeast 85
  • 35. Choose one: (3) Cultural/Relational Communication category explores the GOVT S101 Introduction to American Government 3 dynamics of culture and interpersonal relationships from a GOVT S102 Introduction to Political Science 3 communication perspective with emphasis on the analysis of Choose one: (3) intercultural and relational challenges. GOVT S337 The American Presidency 3 GOVT S408 The Legislative Process 3 From the following: (9) Choose one: (3) COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 GEOG S405 Political Geography 3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 HIST S341 History of Alaska 3 COMM S452 Family Communication 3 HIST S450 Twentieth Century America 3 From the following: (3) Advisor Approved Electives: (6) COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 Government Internships, including the Legislative Internship Pro- COMM S320 Argumentation and Debate 3 gram (12 upper division credits), may be used in this sequence, COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 but only after consultation with and approval of the student’s COMM S420 Leadership II 3 advisor. COMM S460 Rhetorical Criticism 3 COMM S475 Communication in Education&Training 3 Human Communication Emphasis: (30) From the following: (6) • 12 credits from the required courses: COMM S250, COMM ANTH S202 Cultural Anthropology 3 S380, COMM S491 or COMM S494 and HUM S499 ANTH S240 Gender Roles in Society 3 • At least 18 credits from one category A, B or C (numbers 1- ANTH S335 Native North Americans 3 3 from the chosen category must be completed). ANTH S342 Arctic Ethnology 3 • A total of 30 credits is required. 15 credits must be upper ANTH S351 Culture Dynamics and Change 3 division. ANTH S435 Northwest Coast Cultures 3 Professional / Organizational Communication category ED S380 Multicultural Ed 3 explores those communication processes that constitute and ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 change organizational culture and structure, with special HIST S115 Alaska, Land & People 3 emphasis on social interaction and communicative practices PHIL S271 Perspectives on the Natural World 3 found within organizations. PHIL S390 Selected Topics in Philosophy 3 From the following: (6) PSY S313 Psychology of Women 3 COMM S235 Small Group and Teambuilding 3 PSY S375 Current Issues in Psychology: ST 3 COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 SOC S242 Marriage, Family and Intimate Relationships COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 3 COMM S420 Leadership II 3 SOC S301 Sociology of Close Relationships 3 COMM S475 Communication in Education and Training3 SOC S302 Social Psychology 3 SOC S377 Men, Women & Change 3 From the following: (3) SOC S410 Sociology of American Multiculture 3 COMM S320 Argumentation and Debate 3 SSCI S300 Research Methods in Social Science 3 COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 Additional courses as approved by advisor. COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 Per formance/Rhetorical Studies category explores the erformance/Rhetorical COMM S460 Rhetorical Criticism 3 analysis of contemporary events through the application of critical theory and performance with emphasis on the From the following: (6) components of performer, text, audience and context as well BA S166 Small Business Management 3 as historical and social influences. BA S201 Intro to Management & Supervision 3 From the following: (9) BA S301 Principles of Management 3 COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 BA S351 Organizational Behavior 3 COMM S320 Argumentation and Debate 3 BA S361 H R Management 3 COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 BA S487 International Business 3 COMM S460 Rhetorical Criticism Studies in Human CIOS S127 Customer Service 3 Communication 3 CIOS S262 Professional Development 3 From the following: (3) ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 GOVT S211 State and Local Government 3 COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 GOVT S313 Alaska Politics and Government 3 COMM S420 Leadership II 3 PHIL S301 Ethics 3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 PHIL S390 Selected Topics 3 COMM S452 Family Communication 3 PSY S375 Current Issues in Psychology 3 COMM S475 Communication in Education&Training 3 SOC S302 Social Psychology 3 From the following: (6) SSCI S300 Research Methods in Social Science 3 ANTH S225 Artistic Expressions & Oral Narratives of THR S418 Arts Administration 3 Alaska Natives 3 Additional courses as approved by advisor. ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 ENGL S302 Masterpieces of World Literature 3 ENGL S223 Survey of British Literature I 3 ENGL S224 Survey of British Literature II 3 86 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 36. ENGL S225 Survey of American Literature I 3 1. MATH S107 (May be met by placement ENGL S226 Survey of American Literature II 3 examination) ENGL S418 Advanced Themes in Literature: Selected Topics 3 2. ENGL S111. HIST S365 History of Rock ‘n’ Roll 3 3. BIOL S105, BIOL S106. HIST S300 Historiography and Historical Method 3 PHIL S204 Introduction to Logic 3 4. High School Chemistry or CHEM S103 with a “C” PHIL S390 Selected Topics in Philosophy 3 or higher. SSCI S300 Research Methods in Social Science 3 THR S211 Introduction to Drama I 3 When a student becomes a major in Biology he or THR S212 Introduction to Drama II 3 she is assigned a faculty advisor. The student and THR S221 Acting I 3 faculty advisor plan the student’s curriculum, and the THR S222 Acting II 3 advisor’s signature is required on registration THR S331 Directing 3 documents. THR S418 Advanced Studies in Theatre 3 Additional courses as approved by advisor. Degree Requirements: Candidates must complete the General Education Requirements (GERs) as well as Mathematics Emphasis: (30) the specific program requirements listed below for a MATH S200 Calculus I 4 minimum of 120 credit hours. Courses in a degree MATH S201 Calculus II 4 program may be counted only once. Courses used to MATH S202 Calculus III 4 fulfill the major requirements cannot be used to fulfill MATH S302 Differential Equations 3 the GERs. Specific recommendations for the GERs in MATH S305 Geometry 3 MATH S311 Modern Algebra 3 Biology are listed below. Degree must include 48 MATH S314 Linear Algebra 3 credit hours of upper-division (300 or above) courses, MATH S411 History of Math and Science 3 24 of which must be completed at UAS. Advisor-approved mathematics or mathematics-related courses (such as computer science, physics, population dynamics, and Minimum Credit Hours 120 statistics) General Education Requirements for Biology: (36) The following courses must be included in the GERs for a Bachelor of Science in B.S. in Biology: Biology (B.S.) (J) 1. MATH S200 (prerequisites include MATH S107 and MATH With emphasis in: General Biology, and Marine S108). 2. BIOL S105 and BIOL S106. Biology Major Requirements:(43) BIOL S271 Ecology 4 The Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with an BIOL S310 Animal Physiology 4 emphasis in either Marine Biology or General Biology BIOL S362 Genetics 4 provides students the opportunity to learn biological BIOL S482 Evolution 4 principles and skills in lecture, laboratory, and field CHEM S105 General Chemistry I 4 courses. Student research is also emphasized CHEM S106 General Chemistry II 4 CHEM S341 Organic and Biological Chemistry I 4 throughout the program. The program has five per- CHEM S342 Organic and Biological Chemistry II 4 manent faculty actively involved in a wide range of PHYS S103/S104 College Physics I and II 8 disciplines, including marine ecology, behavioral ecol- or ogy, marine mammalogy, crustacean physiology, and PHYS S211/S212 General Physics I & II 8 marine algology. The location of the University pro- STAT S273 Elementary Statistics 3 vides students with a “natural laboratory” that includes Area of Emphasis 20 extensive marine habitat, rainforest, wetlands, and Choose only one emphasis area. Students must select 20 credits ice fields all within walking distance of the classrooms. from one of the area listed below. Other courses may be A small student-to-professor ratio ensures a more per- substituted with approval of the advisor. sonal approach to learning than is possible at larger General Biology Emphasis universities. The bachelor of science program in biol- BIOL S239 Introduction to Plant Biology 4 ogy comprises a core curriculum generally found na- BIOL S300 Vertebrate Zoology 4 BIOL S305 Invertebrate Zoology 4 tionwide in bachelor of science biology programs. Ad- BIOL S375 Special Topics in Biology 1-2 ditional information about the biology program can BIOL S382 Wetlands Ecology 4 be found at www.uas.alaska.edu/uas/biology/ BIOL S384 Marine Mammalogy 4 Admission Requirements: Pre-major status: Applicants BIOL S396 Field Studies in Behavior and Ecology* enter as premajors and will be considered for full and BIOL S398/S498 Research* 1-6 admission into the Bachelor of Science in Biology BIOL S401 Phycology 4 program after completion of the following: University of Alaska Southeast 87
  • 37. BIOL S426 Ornithology 4 to fulfill the GERs. Specific recommendations for the BIOL S427 Introduction to Ichthyology 4 GERs in Environmental Science are listed below. BIOL S441 Animal Behavior 4 BIOL S445 Vascular Plants of Southeast Alaska 3 Degree must include 48 credit hours of upper-division BIOL S480 Aquatic Pollution 3 (300 or above) courses, 24 of which must be BIOL S481 Marine Ecology 4 completed at UAS. BIOL S495 Behavioral Ecology 3 * Up to 6 credits may be applied toward emphasis. Minimum Credit Hours 120 Marine Biology Emphasis Students must select three of the following courses. General Education Requirements: (37) The remaining credits, to equal 20 credits for the Students should consult with an advisor and select courses Marine Biology emphasis, can be chosen from the that satisfy prerequisites required in this degree program. The following courses must be included in the GERs for a B.S. in General Biology emphasis list. Environmental Science: BIOL S305 Invertebrate Zoology 4 1. MATH S108 BIOL S384 Marine Mammalogy 4 2. MATH S200 BIOL S401 Phycology 4 3. ENVS S101 BIOL S427 Introduction to Ichthyology 4 4. And other GERs required by UAS BIOL S481 Marine Ecology 3 Major Requirements (50–54) Electives 21 credits BIOL S105 Fundamentals of Biology I 4 Must include a minimum of 12 credits of upper division courses. BlOL S106 Fundamentals of Biology II 4 CHEMS105 General Chemistry I 4 Bachelor of Science in CHEMS106 General Chemistry II 4 CHEMS341 Organic and Biological Chemistry I 4 Environmental Science ENVS S491 Internship or Senior Thesis 1–4 (B.S.) (J) ENVS S492 Environmental Science Seminar 3 GEOL S104 Physical Geology 4 The main objective of the Environmental Science GEOL S271 Earth Materials 3 degree program is to produce graduates who are or well educated in the processes and interactions that BlOL S271 Ecology 4 occur in and between the atmosphere, biosphere, GEOL S302 Hydrology 4 lithosphere, and hydrosphere. To achieve this the MATH S201 Calculus II 4 curriculum draws from a number of disciplines. PHYS S103/ PHYS S104 College Physics I & II 8 or Students have the opportunity to be trained in basic PHYS S211/PHYS S212 General Physics 8 mathematical and scientific methods and the STAT S273 Elementary Statistics 3 application of these methods in examining the Writing Portfolio Part 1: by 62nd credit relationships between natural processes and human Writing Portfolio Part 2: by semester before graduation endeavors. Research Tools Environmental Science R esearch Tools Admission Requirements: Pre-major status: Applicants (Optional Courses) enter as premajors and will be considered for full ENVS S110 Introduction to Arcview 1 admission into the Bachelor of Science in ENVS S111 Introduction to GPS 1 Environmental Science program after completion of the following: Breadth Requirements: (20) Students must select 20 credits from the following list of ENVS S101, MATH S107 (May be met by place- courses which may include the Juneau Icefield courses: ment examination), ENGL S111.BIOL S105, BIOL BIOL S382 Wetlands Ecology 4 S106, and High School Chemistry or CHEM S103 BIOL S480 Water Pollution Biology 3 BlOL S481 Marine Ecology 4 with a “C” or higher. CHEM S450 E nvironmental Chemistry 3 When a student becomes a major in Environmental ENVS S301 Soil Sciences 4 Science he or she is assigned a faculty advisor. The ENVS S310 Geographical Information Systems 4 student and faculty advisor plan the student’s ENVS S402 Limnology 4 curriculum, and the advisor’s signature is required on ENVS S403 Remote Sensing 3 registration documents. GEOL S300 Geology of Alaska 3 GEOL S301 Geomorphology 4 Degree Requirements: Candidates must complete GEOL S310 Glaciation and Climate Change 3 the General Education Requirements (GERs) as well GEOL S315 Glacier Surveying 3 MATH S302 Differential Equations 3 as the specific program requirements listed below MATH S314 Linear Algebra 3 for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Courses in a degree program may be counted only once. Courses used to fulfill the major requirements cannot be used 88 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 38. • Lower Division, Library Research, Term paper (five page minimum). BIOL S105, S106, S271, ENVS S101, or GEOL S205 PART TWO: (Must be submitted the semester prior to graduation) Upper-division ENVS students will meet with their ad- visor at the end of their junior year to plan the con- tent and format of Part Two of their Writing Portfolio. The purpose of this portion of the portfolio is to docu- ment a substantive body of work by the student in the ENVS Program. The portfolio is intended to supplement a student’s graduate school application or to help the student gain employment. The portfo- lio should be submitted on CD-ROM. Graded, hard copies must also be submitted. Photo by Eran Hood The portfolio must include three items from any of the six following categories. • Upper-division term paper (with literature review, 3000 word minimum, and in an established journal Juneau Icefield Research Program Courses (Summers Only) format). Papers that meet these criteria are as The program is held on the Juneau Icefield, Alaska and the signed in many upper-division science breadth and Atlin Lake region of northern British Columbia for 8 weeks each depth courses. summer. Undergraduate and graduate students participate in an interdisciplinary program aimed at a total environment study of the fifth largest icefield in North America. • Field Study report that includes data collected, Arctic and Alpine Geology/Geomorphology 3–4 preliminary data analysis and summary of results Mt. and Arctic Environmental Geoscience 3–4 (1500 word minimum). Field Geology 3–4 Breadth Offerings – Special Topics Courses • Independent research paper based on a small, These course options are offered as demand warrants. Please original research project carried out by the student. consult with an Environmental Science program faculty member for course availability ENVS S393 ST: Oil Spill Science and Technology 3 • Large format poster suitable for presentation at a ENVS S393 ST: Hazardous Materials Operations and scientific meeting that depicts and documents a Emergency Response 2 research project on which the student worked and ENVS S393 ST: Writing Workshop for ENVS 1 is a co-author (poster should be on CD-ROM in ENVS S493 Environmental Law for Scientists 3 electronic format). Upper-Division Approved Non-Science Electives: (12) Students may take any upper division courses in Humanities • Grant proposal, either assigned as a class project and Social Science. Suggested disciplines from which to choose or one submitted by the student to get funding for courses to meet this requirement: Anthropology, Geography, and a student project. Economics. Internship: (prior to beginning of internship) Environmental Science Writing Portfolio: A two-part portfolio memo that outlines objectives and responsibilities will be submitted to the ENVS Coordinator (Part 1) by the of all parties, summary report that documents extent 62nd credit and (Part 2) the semester prior to graduation. and depth of internship experience, and faculty and Writing components required for the portfolio are listed supervisor evaluations. below. PART ONE: • One semester of lab notebook: CHEM S105, or S106, or PHYS S103/211, or PHYS S104/212. • Field Lab report including field notes, data, and report GEOL S104 or BIOL S271. University of Alaska Southeast 89
  • 39. Bachelor of Science in Undergraduate Minor Options Information Systems (BSIS)(J) The same discipline may not be used to satisfy the The BSIS program provides a course of study that major and the minor (i.e. English major and English prepares students for professional positions in minor does not make a degree.) If a course is a application programming, E-Commerce, and network requirement of both the major and the minor, a stu- administration. dent may use the course to meet both requirements but will not receive double credit. Degree Requirements: Candidates must complete the general education requirements (GERs) as well as the Alaska Native Studies specific program requirements listed in this section The Alaska native studies program offers the student for a minimum of 120 credit hours. Any given course the opportunity to explore an interdisciplinary cur- may be counted as fulfilling more than one requirement riculum in Alaska Native cultures, history, and per- in a degree program, but the credit hours can only be spectives. The program provides critical understand- counted once. Degrees must include 42 credits of ing and insights to students who anticipate profes- upper-division (300 or above) courses, 24 of which sional involvement in Alaska Native rural and urban must be completed at UAS. Courses used as major communities. requirements cannot be used as GERs. Minimum Credit Hours 18 A minimum grade of “C” must be earned in all classes. Required Foundation Courses:(6) ANTH S200 Alaska Native Cultures 3 Admission: To be formally admitted to the BSIS ANTH S225 Artistic Expressions and Oral Narratives of Alaska program, a student must be in good standing at the Natives 3 University. ANTH S475 Alaska Native Social Change 3 ART S263 Northwest Coast Art History and Culture 3 General Education Requirements for Information Systems 35 Students should consult with an advisor and select Students should select 12 credits from the following list of courses that satisfy prerequisites required in this courses.Students may only count a maximum of six credits in degree program. The following courses must be one topic area. Courses taken as foundations may not be counted as electives. included in the GERs for a B.S. in Information Systems: ENGL S212 for all emphasis areas and ART S160 for Alaska Languages: the E-Commerce Emphasis. AKL S101 Haida I 1 Minimum Credit Hours 120 AKL S102 Haida II 1 AKL S103 Tlingit I 1 Major Requirements AKL S104 Tlingit II 1 Varies AKL S105 Elementary Tlingit I 4 Students must complete the four departmental certificates within AKL S106 Elementary Tlingit II 4 the emphasis area of their choice. Choose one emphasis area Art: ART S180/280/380/480 Northwest Coast Art: Selected Topics E-Commerce 1-3 Web Authoring 20 ART S181/281/381 Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced Server Administration 28 Northwest Coast Design 1-3 E-Business 25 ART S183 Northwest Coast Harvesting and Preparation of Business Skills (ACCT 201, BA 151, BA 301, Basketry Materials .5 BA 325, BA 330, BA 343, BA 375, BA 490) 15 ART S189 Northwest Coast Tool Making 2 Networking ART S263 Northwest Coast Art History and Culture 1-3 Introductory Network Administration 20 ART S282/382/482 Beginning/Intermediate Northwest Coast Networking Essentials 20 Basketry 1-3 Advanced Network Administration 16 ART S284 Beginning Northwest Coast Basketry Design 1 Server Administration 28 ART S285/385/485 Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced Northwest Coast Carving 1-3 Programming ART S286/386/486 Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced Web Foundations 20 Northwest Coast Woolen Weaving 1-3 Programming Foundations 20 ART S381 Advanced Northwest Coast Design 3 Application Programming 21 Choose either Server Administration or 28 Database Management 21 (see Certificate section for details on departmental certificates) Approved Electives Vary 90 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 40. Anthropology: Biology ANTH S200 Alaska Native cultures 3 This minor is designed to provide students with a ANTH S225 Artistic Expressions and oral Narratives broad introduction to the discipline of Biology as well of Alaska Natives 3 as the opportunity for advanced study in three focus ANTH S335 Native North Americans 3 ANTH S342 Arctic Ethnology 3 areas. ANTH S354 Culture and Ecology 3 Minimum Credit Hours 18 ANTH S435 Northwest Coast Cultures 3 BIOL S105 Fundamentals of Biology I 4 ANTH S475 Alaska Native Social Change 3 BIOL S106 Fundamentals of Biology II 4 English: Select three of the following classes; include at least ENGL S265 Literature of Alaska: Native and Non-Native Perspectives 3 one 4 credit course. BIOL S239 Introduction to Plant Biology 4 BIOL S271 Ecology 4 Geography: BIOL S300 Vertebrate Zoology 4 GEOG S302 Geography of Alaska: People, Places, BIOL S305 Invertebrate Zoology 4 Potential 3 BIOL S310 Physiology 4 BIOL S362 Genetics 4 History: BIOL S382 Wetlands Ecology 4 HIST S115 Alaska, Land, and People 3 BIOL S384 Marine Mammalogy 4 HIST S341 History of Alaska 3 BIOL S401 Phycology 4 BIOL S426 Ornithology 4 Sociology: BIOL S427 Introduction to Ichthyology 4 SOC S346 Alaskan Social Problems 3 BIOL S441 Animal Behavior 4 * Special topics courses that emphasize Alaska Native BIOL S445 Vascular Plants of Southeast Alaska 3 Perspectives may be approved for program BIOL S480 Aquatic Pollution 3 BIOL S481 Marine Ecology 4 BIOL S482 Evolution 4 Art BIOL S495 Behavioral Ecology 3 The minor in art develops skills and appreciation in the visual arts as well as enhancing abilities in many Business of the following areas: reading, writing, speaking, The required courses in the business minor are computer literacy, professional behavior and designed to provide non-business majors with a broad especially critical thinking. introduction to business disciplines, terminology, and career opportunities. Minimum Credit Hours 18 Minimum Credit Hours 15 History:(3) ACCT S201 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 HIST S115 Alaska, Land, and People 3 BA S301 Principles of Management 3 9 credits of the following:(9) BA S343 Principles of Marketing 3 ART S261 3 Approved business courses - includes Acct. 202 and any or 300 or 400 level BA or Acct course 6 ART S262 Art History (I or II) 3 ART S162 Color and Design 3 ART S105 Drawing 3 Six credits in one of the following studio classes:(6) Drawing: ART S106, S205, S304, S305, S319, S404, S405 3 Painting: ART S123, S213, S214, S223, S313, S314, S323, S413, S414, S423 3 Ceramics: ART S201, S226, S301, S401, S450 3 Sculpture: ART S211, S311, S411 3 Printmaking:ART S207, S307, S407, S208, S308, S408, S210, S310, S410 3 One of the following: ART S261 3 or ART S262 3 or ART S363 Art History (I or II)/History of Modern Art 3 Upper-division studio art class from chosen area above. University of Alaska Southeast 91
  • 41. Computer Information and Office Systems French The minor in computer information and office systems This minor is designed to provide students with a is designed to provide students with proficiency in full grammatical understanding of the language, a using computers complementing their academic good handle on techniques for reading and writing, areas of study and increasing their employability. and a command of vocabulary and idiomatic Students are strongly encouraged to complete any expressions. This program will stress active one of the following twenty credit departmental speaking and comprehension. 18 credits of French, certificates (please see CIOS Certificates of 6 of which must be upper division. Completion (Departmental Programs) found in the Minimum Credit Hours 18 Undergraduate Degree and Certificate Requirements The course offerings in French include: section for individual listings): FREN S101 Beginning French I 4 Minimum Credit Hours 15 FREN S102 Beginning French II 4 Administrative Office Support FREN S201 Intermediate French I 4 Introductory Network Administration FREN S202 Intermediate French II 4 FREN S317* French Conversation 3 Computer Applications FREN S318* Themes in Literature 3 Desktop Publishing and Graphics FREN S331 Studies in Language and Culture 3 Medical Office *May be repeated when content varies Networking Essentials Human Communication Programming Foundations The minor in human communication is designed to Web Authoring provide students with a broad introduction to the Web Foundations discipline of human communication as well as enhance their reading, speaking, research, writing, Creative Writing computer literacy, professional behavior and critical The minor in creative writing is designed to provide thinking skills. students with the skills necessary to write poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. Students also analyze Minimum Credit Hours 18 contemporary literature for technique and form. This minor will help prepare students for entrance into an Two of the following: (6) M.F.A. program. COMM S111 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 COMM S235 Small Group Communication Minimum Credit Hours 18 and Teambuilding 3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 Both of the following: (9) COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 ENGL S261 Introduction to Creative Writing 3 COMM S250 Introduction to Human Communication 3 ENGL S461 Advanced Creative Writing: Selected Topics 6 Three of the following: (9) COMM S220 Leadership I 3 An additional (9) credits selected from the following COMM S320 Argumentation & Debate 3 courses: COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 ENGL S363 Nature Writing 3 COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 ENGL S362 Memoir Writing 3 COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 ENGL S461 Advanced Creative Writing: Selected Topics 3 COMM S380 Communication Theory 3 ENGL S491 Internship (Must be in the creative writing field) COMM S420 Leadership II 3 3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 ENGL S499 Thesis (must be a creative writing thesis) 3 COMM S452 Family Communication 3 COMM S460 Rhetorical Communication 3 English COMM S475 Speech Communication in The minor in English is designed to provide students Education & Training 3 with a broad overview of English and American One of the following: (3) literature as well as to enhance their reading, ENGL/COMM S491 Internship 3 speaking, research, writing and critical thinking skills. ENGL/COMM S494 Practicum 3 Minimum Credit Hours 18 LA S499 Liberal Arts Thesis/Project 3 All of the following: (18) ENGL S215 Introduction to Literary Study 3 ENGL S223 Survey of British Literature I 3 ENGL S224 Survey of British Literature II 3 ENGL S225 Survey of American Literature I 3 ENGL S226 Survey of American Literature II 3 ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 92 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 42. Mathematics Minimum Credit Hours 18 This minor is designed to provide students with a solid background From the following: (6 ) in calculus as well as introduce them to upper division mathemat- ENGL S311 Advanced Composition 3 ics. This will enhance the students’ competence and confidence in COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 problem solving, critical thinking and quantatiative skills. or COMM S475 Communication in Education and Training 3 Minimum Credit Hours 17-18 MATH S200 Calculus I 4 MATH S201 Calculus II 4 From the following: (3) MATH S202* Calculus III 4 ENGL/COMM S491 Internship 3 In addition, 6 credits of upper division (300 and up) MATH or ENGL/COMM S494 Practicum 3 STAT course. LA S499 Liberal Arts Thesis/Project 3 * Or an upper division MATH or STAT course Northwest Coast Art From the following: (9) Minimum Credit Hours 22 CIOS S260 Business English or other approved Computer From the following: (5) Information and Office Systems CIOS courses 3 COMT S432 Telecommunications 3 ART S263 Northwest Coast Native History and Culture 1-3 COMT S434 Applied Audio-Visual Technologies 3 ART S493 Portfolio Review of the best work from elective COMT S473 Advanced Telecommunication & Networking 3 classes and an independently created piece 1-3 ENGL S212 Technical Writing 3 ANTH S225 The art and Legends of Alaska Natives 3 ENGL S414 Research Writing 3 From the following: (2) JOUR S101 Introduction to Journalism 3 ART S181 Beginning Northwest Coast Design 1-3 JOUR S102 Introduction to News Editing and Layout 3 ART S281 Intermediate Northwest Coast Design 1-3 JOUR S221 Introduction to Photography 3 ART S381 Advanced Northwest Coast Design 1-3 or 15 credits in one of the three following areas: JOUR S224 Intermediate Photography 3 JOUR S294/394/494 Newspaper Practicum 3 ART S116 Fiber Arts-Spinning 1-3 COMM S220 Leadership I 3 ART S138 Natural Dye 1-3 COMM S235 Small Grp Communication & Teambuilding 3 ART S286 Beginning Northwest Coast or Woolen Weaving 1-3 COMM S237 Interpersonal Communication 3 ART S386 Intermediate Northwest Coast or Woolen Weaving 1-3 COMM S241 Public Speaking 3 ART S486 Advanced Northwest Coast COMM S250 Introduction to Human Communication 3 Woolen Weaving 1-3 COMM S320 Argumentation and Debate 3 COMM S330 Intercultural Communication 3 ART S138 Natural Dye 1-3 COMM S380 Communication Theory 3 ART S183 Northwest Coast Harvesting and COMM S335 Organizational Communication 3 Preparation of Basketry Materials .5 or ART S284 Northwest Coast Basket Design 1 COMM S475 Communication in Education & Training 3 ART S282 Beginning Northwest Coast Basketry 1-3 COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 ART S382 Intermediate Northwest Coast Basketry 1-3 COMM S420 Leadership II 3 ART S482 Advanced Northwest Coast Basketry 1-3 ART S285 Beginning Northwest Coast Carving 1-3 Spanish ART S385 Intermediate Northwest Coast Carving 1-3 ART S485 Advanced Northwest Coast Carving 1-3 This minor is designed to provide students with a full ART S189 Northwest Coast Toolmaking 2 grammatical understanding of the language, plus a good handle on techniques for reading and writing, in Other approved elective topics in Carving and NWC arts. addition to good command of vocabulary and idiom- Professional Communication atic expressions. This program will stress active This minor is designed to provide students with a speaking and comprehension. 18 credits of Span- broad overview of the different channels of ish, 6 of which must be at the upper level. communication with which they will be expected to Minimum Credit Hours 18 have some familiarity and skill for most professional SPAN S101 Beginning Spanish I 4 work environments. Furthermore, students’ reading, SPAN S102 Beginning Spanish II 4 SPAN S201 Intermediate Spanish I 4 research, writing, speaking, computer literacy, SPAN S202 Intermediate Spanish II 4 professional behavior, and critical thinking skills will SPAN S317* Spanish Conversation 3 be enhanced. SPAN S318* Themes in Literature 3 SPAN S331 Studies in Language and Culture 3 University of Alaska Southeast 93
  • 43. Theatre From the following: (3) PSY S269 Human Sexuality 3 The minor in theatre is designed to provide students PSY S313 Psychology of Women 3 with a broad introduction to the discipline of theatre as well as enhance their reading, speaking, research, From the following: (3) COMM S451 Gendered Interpersonal Communication 3 writing, computer literacy, professional behavior, and ENGL S421 Women & Literature: Selected Topics 3 critical thinking skills. From the following: (3) HIST S202 US Women’s History 3 Minimum Credit Hours 18 HIST S280 History of Women in Europe 3 HIST S380 History of Gender & Sexuality Both of the following: (6) in Modern Europe 3 THR S211 Introduction to Drama I 3 THR S212 Introduction to Drama II 3 Two of the following: (6) Other Academic THR S221 Acting I 3 or THR S222 Acting II 3 Opportunities THR S331 Directing I 3 or Exchanges THR S418 Advanced Studies in Theatre: Directing II 3 All UAS campuses participate in the International THR S218 Studies in Theatre:Stagecraft I 3 Student Exchange Program (ISEP). Students may or spend a semester or full year at one of over 100 THR S418 Advanced Studies in Theatre: Stagecraft II 3 THR S218 Studies in Theatre: Arts Administration I 3 international sites. Costs for tuition, room, and board or are comparable to a year at UAS. For more THR S418 Advanced Studies in Theatre: information, visit the ISEP website: www.isep.org Arts Administration II 3 UAS is also a part of the Northwest Council on Study Abroad (NCSA). NCSA offers term–based programs in From the following and/or any of the above THR Argentina, Austria, Chile, Ghana, Greece, England, courses which have not already been completed 6 France, Italy, and Spain. More information about NCSA ENGL S330 Shakespeare 3 programs is available on the website: www.aha–intl.org COMM S346 From Page to Stage: Oral Interpretation 3 ENGL S418 Themes in Literature when playwright or plays The National Student Exchange (NSE) is a program are the topic 3 offering undergraduate students an opportunity to THR S391/S491 Internship Production, Arts Administration, Acting 1-3 study for up to one academic year at one of over THR S394/S494 Practicum Production, Arts 170 colleges and universities in the United States, Administration, Acting 1-3 Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Virgin Islands. UAS THR S397/S497 Independent Study 1-3 students pay resident tuition at either their home campus or the host campus. For more information Women’s and Gender Studies visit NSE website: www.nse.org This minor is designed to provide a comprehensive International students seeking admission to the overview of the academic study of women, the social University of Alaska should consult the section in this construction of gender, gay, lesbian as well as race catalog entitled “International Student Admission and class issues. This minor offers the opportunity to Requirements.” gain a broad perspective on the diverse academic approaches to the study of women in particular and For further information on exchange opportunities, of gender, race, class and sexuality in general. contact the Office of Academic Exchanges (907) 465–6455 or (907) 465–6528, on the web: www.uas.alaska.edu/exchanges, or email at: Minimum Credit Hours 18 elizabeth.schelle@uas.alaska.edu. Both of the following: (6) WGS S201 Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies 3 Internships WGS S499 Senior Project in Women’s & Gender Studies 3 Academic internships are experience-based courses From the following: (3) SOC S301 Sociology of Close Relationships 3 that place a student in an organization, public or SOC S377 Men, Women & Change 3 private, under the supervision a qualified professional in the agency and a UAS faculty member. In some cases, the internships may carry a salary as well as 94 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 44. credits. Internships that generate credit require Human service technicians provide case satisfactory completion of a minimum of four hours management, needs assessment, advocacy, crisis of work per week for each credit (0+0+4). To apply intervention and stabilization, and supportive task- for an internship, a student must be admitted to a centered short-term counseling under the supervision University program, and must also demonstrate of a specialist worker and usually within a sufficient educational preparation for the internship. multidisciplinary team. Students are employed in a Interested students should consult with their advisor wide variety of human service settings such as mental before applying. Internship credit may be applied health, Native corporations, developmental toward undergraduate programs as follows: 6 credits disabilities, public assistance, corrections, and in a certificate program, 9 credits in an associate substance abuse treatment. degree, and 12 credits in a bachelor’s degree program. Persons seeking a career in human service should recognize that in order to be successful they must be emotionally stable, creative, and flexible. Human Phi Theta Kappa, service technicians work with diverse groups of Ketchikan Campus people of all ages, social and cultural backgrounds, The Ketchikan campus sponsors a chapter of Phi and life situations. Theta Kappa international honorary society for students in two-year colleges. This is one of two Upon completion of the major or minor, students are chapters in Alaska, and provides opportunities for eligible to apply for certification as a substance academic growth as well as fellowship, transfer, and abuse counselor technician through the Alaska scholarship support. Commission for Chemical Dependency Professionals Certification. Rural Development, The minor in HST provides the opportunity to gain University of Alaska knowledge and skills applicable to careers in the Fairbanks helping professions. Contact the Sitka campus for The rural development program is designed for those more information. committed to the empowerment of Alaska Native and other rural communities. This interdisciplinary degree Microcomputer Support provides a broad understanding of development Specialist Program (MSSP) processes in Alaska and the global community. It also University of Alaska - Fairbanks provides specific tools essential for rural leadership, The purpose of the MSSP Certificate or Associate of including grant proposal writing, business planning, Applied Science program is to train students for entry- resources co-management, and project management level computer support positions. Students will and evaluation. develop skills applicable to small to middle size Students work with a faculty advisor to develop a offices and to self-employment. Students will have concentration in one of six areas: Community Organization skills that, with further training, could be used to gain and Service, Community Research and Cultural other certification. Documentation, Land/Renewable Resources, Rural One of the highlights of this program is that the Health and Human Services Management, Small Business student will rely on local experts, faculty mentors Management, Tribal and Local Government and committee advising to gain the most beneficial Administration. opportunity for the individual student. Students may Rural development is available to students away from take distance delivered or on site courses from all the Fairbanks campus through the applied field–based three University of Alaska campuses, as well as program. Special admission requirements apply. through local campus centers and will be able to Contact the Sitka campus for further information. register locally. Contacts for the MSSP are located on each UAS campus. Human Service Technology, The MSSP web address is: www.alaska.edu/mssp University of Alaska Fairbanks The Human Service technology program provides training and knowledge in basic helping skills needed for entry-level employment in public, private and volunteer human service agencies. University of Alaska Southeast 95
  • 45. Health Science Careers: commitment to the study of a chosen discipline or Nursing, Allied Health profession. Graduate study at UAS has, as its principal purpose, The University of Alaska Southeast (UAS) is partnering the attainment of a high level of competence in a with the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) to bring chosen field of learning. Upon completion of graduate nursing education to Southeast Alaska. Students studies, the graduate should be able to claim scholarly interested in pursuing careers in nursing are able to and professional standing in his or her field. The goal take a variety of courses from UAS required for of scholarship should be the student’s strongest admission to, and completion of, these nursing degree motivation as a graduate student. opportunities. Further information about these options The graduate program at UAS encompasses a well- can be found at the UAS Health Science web page at defined and recognized area of advanced study. It www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/healthsci/ consists of a sequence of courses, seminars, index.html. If you are interested in exploring any of independent studies, and research investigations the nursing degree options available, contact the local differing significantly from the undergraduate UAS advising center for help in determining which UAS experience. The intellectual interaction among courses may be appropriate. graduate students and their faculty remains the most In addition to other nursing education opportunities, significant in post-baccalaureate study. Most course the UAS campuses are currently partnering with UAA work will be in small classes designed for graduate to offer an associate of applied science (A.A.S.) students only. The professors provide exceptional degree program at the Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka attention to the intellectual needs of each student. campuses. The nursing course work required by this Working with peers in small groups provides degree is offered by UAA to cohorts of UAS nursing intellectual challenges, support, and camaraderie degree students via distance delivery. Many of the that will have a permanent and positive impact on lab and clinical portions of these nursing courses can the student’s life. UAS’s graduates programs are be completed locally at any of the three campus designed to encourage students to develop and locations of UAS with short clinical rotations at enhance these intellectual opportunities. Anchorage medical facilities. For details about The following graduate programs are offered: obtaining an A.A.S. degree in nursing while remaining Master of Arts in Teaching on a UAS campus for most of it, contact a local UAS advisor or go to the UAS Nursing web site at • Early Childhood Education (D) www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/healthsci/aas.html • Elementary Education (J) • Elementary Education (D) The UAS core of health science and related courses • Secondary Education (J) may also meet the needs of students interested in pre-medicine, other nursing degrees (for example, the Master of Education LPN or the Bachelor of Science), health information • Early Childhood Education (D) management (HIM), or a number of other programs • Educational Technology (D) in the allied health field that are offered at the • Elementary Education (J) University of Alaska and other institutions of higher • Reading (D) education. Students should seek advisement at the • Secondary Education (J) earliest possible opportunity if career goals include Master of Business Administration (D) nursing, medicine, or related areas of allied health. Contact the local advising center for more information Master of Public Administration (J, D) or go to the UAS Health Science web page at www.uas.alaska.edu/career_ed/healthsci/index.html Admission Requirements Students who wish to earn an advanced degree are Graduate Study advised to seek formal admission to graduate study as soon as possible. Any courses taken before final The mission of the UAS Graduate Studies Program is admission to a graduate study program at UAS may to prepare graduates who have developed a genuine be used as part of the graduate program only if mastery of a discipline and who give promise of approved by the student’s advisor. Students must not becoming life long learners. Admission to graduate assume that they will be admitted to a degree school is an opportunity; it is also a significant program because they have been permitted to enroll responsibility. Graduate school requires the kind of in graduate courses. commitment that demands careful planning and a 96 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 46. In general, students may be admitted to a master program if they have a bachelor degree appropriate Graduate Degree Standards to the intended master degree from an accredited institution and a GPA of 3.0 overall computed on a General University four-point scale. Program faculty will determine the Requirements adequacy of student’s preparation to pursue graduate General University requirements for master degree study in that area and whether program facilities are students include maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0 sufficient for the student’s goals. Fulfillment of minimum and completing the minimum credit hours required requirements does not guarantee admission to a for their program. All courses must be post graduate program, and graduate credit earned by a baccalaureate credits, and all but 6 semester credits student before admission to a program might not be must be at the 600 level. Courses at the 100-300 acceptable toward a degree. Students who think they level cannot be used in graduate programs. may not meet minimum qualifications for graduate Courses at the 500 level earned at UAS, transferred study should contact the Graduate Dean. from other University of Alaska campuses or Transcripts demonstrating baccalaureate degree(s) equivalent types of continuing education courses completion must be received prior to processing an from any college or university may not be applied application file. toward the degree program or be counted as an elective to complete the required number of credits. Conditional Admission Non-catalog courses (i.e., 693 special topics) may Students who do not meet all the requirements for be used in a graduate program with advisor formal admission to graduate study may be granted approval. No more than 6 credits may be special conditional admission. Conditional admission is not topics. Specific course requirements for individual automatic but is granted when the advisor and programs are listed in the official UAS catalog and Graduate Dean judge that the student shows potential in program bulletins. for advanced academic work. Conditional admission can be extended for a second semester only upon Graduate Advisor/Advisory approval of the advisor and the Graduate Dean. For Committee purposes of conditional admission, UAS will temporarily Students will be assigned to a graduate advisor. accept unofficial transcripts. Official transcripts must Programs requiring a graduate committee, will be be provided by the end of the first semester of appointed when students are ready for their attendance. professional portfolio review or commencement of When conditions specified for change of status have their research project. At that time they will consult been met, the student should contact his or her with their advisor to formulate a three-member advisor. Admission to regular graduate status may committee. The major advisor will be a member of then be recommended. The student will receive the graduate faculty and will serve as the chair of written notification of any change in status from the the committee. The second member will be another Graduate Dean. UAS faculty member, University of Alaska faculty member or person qualified as having expertise in International applicants will not be considered for the content chosen by the student. The third member conditional admission. of the committee may be a faculty member or a qualified community member. Advisory committees Active/Inactive Admission may consist of fewer than three members with the Status approval of the Graduate Dean. An advisor may be Students admitted to a graduate degree program replaced where deemed appropriate or upon the will remain in active status for seven years from the request of the student. date of their acceptance into the program regardless The graduate advisor recommends the student for of the number of courses taken during any sub period advancement to candidacy, supervises the student’s of the seven-year interval. Students who are declared research project or graduate exit portfolio (if inactive and who wish to reapply must meet all applicable), and certifies the student’s completion requirements for readmission, including payment of of all degree requirements. the application fee. University of Alaska Southeast 97
  • 47. Good Standing Time Limit on Graduate A student in good standing is one who maintains a Study “B” (3.0) average throughout his/her program. A All courses, projects, and theses accepted for a grade of “C” is the minimum passing grade in any master degree program must be completed within course in the student’s program. a seven-year interval immediately preceding the date the degree requirements are completed and the Academic Probation and degree is granted. Program Removal If a student’s graduate-program grade point average Full-Time/Part-Time Status drops below 3.0, the student will automatically be A graduate student enrolled in nine or more semester placed on academic probation and dropped from credit hours or its equivalent will be classified as full candidacy. Terms and conditions of the probation are time. determined by the advisor in conformance with UAS graduate study requirements. These may include Study Load, Summer Session specific conditions and/or credit limitations that the During summer session, students may not exceed a student must meet during his or her next enrollment total of 12 credits without prior approval of the at UAS. When the student is removed from academic student’s advisor or the Graduate Dean. For sessions probation, the student should contact his/her advisor of one week, students may not exceed one credit to reapply for advancement to candidacy, if hour. applicable. If not removed from academic probation within two Program Requirements consecutively enrolled semesters or two summer Approval of the Program of Study: The program sessions in succession, the student will be removed plan for a graduate degree is determined by the basic from the program. Should the suspended student wish program requirements and by the student in to continue to pursue a degree, the student must consultation with and approval of the advisor. The submit a new application for admission (including advisor and graduate student work together on the supporting documents, not including the application courses, which will be the program of study to fulfill fee). the requirements. The advisor’s responsibility is to provide guidance in selecting the courses, which Grading satisfy University and program requirements and Generally, letter grades are used in graduate study which contribute to the academic and professional at UAS. Some courses may, however, be offered as goals of the student. The advisor and Graduate Dean pass/fail. These are usually short courses, thesis or must approve the program of study before graduate portfolio credits. An explanation of the advancement to candidacy. grading system appears elsewhere in this catalog. Advancement to Candidacy: After the student has been unconditionally admitted to the graduate Transfer of Graduate program and has completed at least 9 credit hours Credits at UAS, the student may apply for advancement to A maximum of 9 graduate credit hours may be candidacy. The student must apply for advancement transferred from another accredited institution to candidacy no later than the semester in which 15 outside the University of Alaska system if approved credit hours of coursework are completed (not by the student’s advisor and the Graduate Office. counting transfer credit to be applied to the degree Applicants to UAS programs admitted to the same program). If the student has not applied for graduate program from UAA or UAF may transfer up advancement to candidacy by the semester in which to two-thirds of the credits required for the graduate 15 credit hours are completed, he or she must degree program if approved by the student’s advisor petition to remain in the program and be advanced and the Graduate Office. At least one-third of the to candidacy. Changes in the program must be credits must be earned at UAS. approved by the student’s advisor and filed with the Provost as an amendment to the degree program. Time Expected to Failure to apply for advancement to candidacy may Complete Degree delay a student’s graduation. The period of time required to complete a graduate Admission to graduate study does not imply degree varies with each program. advancement to candidacy for a degree. The student’s 98 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 48. advisor is responsible for making recommendations the academic year are invited to participate in the for candidacy for a degree. annual commencement ceremony held in May. Research Project (M.Ed. Program): The draft of Enrollment During Semester of Graduation: Graduate the research project must be submitted to the major students must be enrolled during the semester in advisor not later than four weeks before the end of which the degree is to be granted. Students whose the semester in which the student is expected to only remaining requirement for the degree is the graduate. The final draft research project must be completion of the research project or professional submitted to the major advisor at least seven days portfolio must register and pay for at least one before the end of the semester of graduation. Upon graduate credit during the semester in which the acceptance by the advisory committee of the degree is to be granted. Students may register for project, as evidenced by the signatures of all EXTE 693, Extended Registration, 1 credit, to satisfy committee members, the faculty chair will forward this requirement. A student’s graduation may be the second copy of the project to the UAS Egan delayed if he or she is not registered the semester Library. of graduation. Graduate Exit Portfolio (M.Ed. and MAT programs): Grade Point Average: To meet graduation The graduate portfolio should document evidence of requirements, the student’s grade point average mastery of the teacher standards articulated in the must be 3.0 or above. UAS Conceptual Framework. This evidence should be presented in a format determined by the advisor for Responsibility: The responsibility for meeting all the graduate program, who may require it to be a requirements for graduation rests with the student. notebook, a CD-ROM, or a web site. The evidence should consist of artifacts (unit plans, formal papers, classroom observations, etc.) as well as writing that articulates the relationship between the evidence and Procedures For Second Or Dual the standard. The evidence must include artifacts representing teaching in schools and K-12 Master Degrees classrooms. A sample of teaching that shows impact on K-12 student learning must be included as a Second Master Degree portfolio artifact. The graduate portfolio will be The following procedures are required for students reviewed and evaluated by the student’s committee. who wish to pursue a second master degree: If the committee has questions about the quality of 1. A new application for admission to the new the portfolio, an oral presentation and discussion may program. be required. Upon final approval, the student is asked 2. All procedures required for the initial degree apply, to submit an “original” version of the portfolio to UAS. including updated transcripts, if applicable; three new letters of reference; formal paper or letter of Completion of Degree Requirements: Unless the application; and payment of application fee. advisor approves a substitution by revising the program of study, students must complete all 3. A maximum of 9 semester credit hours may be courses listed on the advancement to candidacy approved by the advisor from other graduate form before the degree will be granted. Copies of degrees the student has received, except for a the revised program of study must be sent to the transferring student who was in the process of Registrar at the time of the revision. earning a second degree from another University of Alaska campus. The rules under “Transfer of Graduation Requirements Graduate Credit” would then apply. Application for Graduation: Degree candidates must Dual Master Degree formally apply for graduation. A $25 fee is required. The A graduate student may work concurrently toward application for graduation must be filed with the Office of the completion of the requirements of two master Records and Registration no later than the filing deadline degrees in complementary disciplines where an for the semester of graduation (see semester schedule overlap of coursework and/or research occurs. The for specific dates). dual degree program is planned in consultation with Diplomas and Commencement: UAS issues and approved by the advisors from each program. diplomas to graduates at the end of each semester. The courses to be accepted dually for the two Students who complete degree requirements during degrees shall be determined by the department(s) University of Alaska Southeast 99
  • 49. involved but may not exceed one-third of the required Alternating one-, two-, and four-week breaks semester credits for a degree. If the two master punctuate the intensive 7-week courses. The program programs have different totals for course credits, the is two years in length. Student commitment to one-third limit is determined by the smaller course participate for the full two years is a condition of total. admission. To ensure time for adequate planning, application for Prerequisites: Students entering the MBA program admission to the second program in the dual degree are expected to have introductory level knowledge program must be made no later than one month of management, marketing, accounting, statistics, before the semester in which the student starts the and micro- and macroeconomics. Students whose final one-third of the course credits for the first transcripts are deficient in any of these subjects must degree. All requirements for each degree must be prove competency citing relevant business met, and no more than 9 credits can be transferred experience. from a previously awarded master degree. Admission Requirements: The following procedures are required for students 1. A completed application and $35 processing fee who wish to pursue dual master degrees: 1. A new application for admission to the second 2. Official academic transcript showing master program and payment of an additional baccalaureate degree application fee. 3. Professional resume or vita 2. Official transcripts for any University or college work attempted at other institutions in the interim 4. 500 word statement of professional objectives between applying for the first and second master describing past vocational experiences, outlining programs. professional goals and stating how the MBA program might help attain those goals 3. A new formal paper or letter of application, where applicable, appropriate to the new program. 5. A sample of professional or academic writing 4. New letters of reference, if applicable. 6. OPTIONAL: GRE or GMAT scores. Degree Requirements: Candidates for the Master Graduate of Business Administration degree must satisfy all University graduate degree requirements in the UAS Degrees and catalog as well as the specific program requirements in this section. Minimum Credit Hours 36 Requirements BA S602 BA S612 Introduction to Management Science Organizational Behavior and Theory 3 3 BA S618 Administrative Law for Managers 3 BA S625 Economics of Public Policy 3 Master of Business BA S626 Managerial Economics 3 BA S628 Managerial Accounting 3 Administration (MBA) BA S652 BA S670 International Business Human Resource & Personnel Administration 3 3 (Distance delivered) BA S689 BA S690 Research in Business Administration Business Administration Capstone 3 3 NOTE: The initial online degree MBA cohort will begin BA S692A Seminar in Finance 3 BA S692B Seminar in Marketing 3 with the Fall of 2004 semester. For updated information on application deadlines in the Spring of 2004, continue to consult the website at: www.uas.alaska.edu/business/mba Master of Public The master program in business administration is practice-oriented, relevant to Alaskan industries, and Administration (MPA) leads to a general master of business administration degree. The program features twelve, three-credit, (Distance delivered) graduate level (600) business courses that are The master program in public administration provides offered sequentially in a distance-delivered, seven- a strong interdisciplinary context in which to pursue week format to an annual cohort of 25 students. the study of policy formation, implementation, and administration. 100 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 50. Admission to the Master of Public Administration Capstone or Thesis Course: (3–6) degree requires the following: To qualify for graduation from the MPA program, 1. A completed application and $35 processing students must elect to complete either the fee. “Capstone” Course (PADM S690, 3 credits) or a 2. Official academic transcript showing master’s thesis (PADM S699, 3 to 6 credits). baccalaureate degree. Students must pass either with a grade of “B” or higher to graduate. 3. Professional resume or vita. 4. 500 word statement of professional objectives describing past vocational experiences, MPA Concentrations outlining professional goals and stating how the MPA students have the option to use their electives MPA program might help attain those goals. to establish a concentration in either Rural 5. A sample of professional or academic writing. Development or Criminal Justice. Coursework for 6. Three current letters of recommendation. these concentrations is offered by distance technologies through the Rural Development and OPTIONAL: GRE or GMAT (recommended for those Justice programs at the University of Alaska without government or non–profit managerial Fairbanks. experiences). See Admission to Graduate Study for more information. Concentration in Rural Development: (9) Prerequisites: Students entering the MPA program are The Rural Development concentration has a special expected to have introductory level knowledge of focus on needs of indigenous and other rural American or Canadian government, statistics, and communities, including management of tribal micro and macro economics. Students deficient in governments, community organizations, and any of these subjects must make up these indigenous-controlled profit and non-profit deficiencies by completing equivalent undergraduate corporations. courses or proving competency. MPA students have the option to use their electives Degree Requirements: Candidates for the Master of to establish a concentration in either Rural Public Administration degree must satisfy all University Development or Criminal Justice. Coursework for graduate degree requirements in this catalog as well these concentrations is offered by distance as the specific program requirements in this section. technologies through the Rural Development and A minimum of 36 approved credits is required for Justice programs at the University of Alaska the degree, in addition to evidence of practical Fairbanks. experience in public or non-profit administration. Required courses: In order to permit students to pursue individual RD F601 Political Economy of the Circumpolar North 3 interests, a limited substitution of required courses RD F651 Management Strategies for Rural Development 3 is possible. Course substitutions must be approved The third course to be selected in consultation with the UAF by the Program Director and the Graduate Dean. The Rural Development Advisor and MPA Program Director. student’s approved program of study is reflected in the Application for Advancement to Candidacy. Concentration in Criminal Justice: (9) Minimum Credit Hours 36 The Criminal Justice concentration emphasizes the Core Requirements: (24) application of justice issues and concepts to These courses develop the fundamental knowledge Alaska, preparing students to meet the challenges and skills for all students. of a modern society and the Justice professions. PADM S601 Introduction to Public Administration 3 PADM S612 Organization Theory and Behavior 3 Minimum Credit Hours 36 PADM S618 Administrative Law for Managers 3 Required courses: PADM S625 Economics of Public Policy 3 PADM S632 Public Budgetary Process 3 JUST F605 Administration and Management PADM S670 Human Resources and of Criminal Justice Organizations 3 Personnel Management 3 JUST F640 Community/Restorative Justice 3 PADM S688 Program Evaluation 3 PADM S689 Scope and Methods of Research 3 The third course to be selected in consultation with the UAF Approved Electives: (9) Justice Advisor and MPA Program Director University of Alaska Southeast 101
  • 51. Praxis II: Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) Prior to completing the MAT program, prospective The MAT with emphasis in: Elementary (D, J), teachers must pass state mandated Praxis II content Secondary (J) (selected distance sites), and Early exams. See your advisor. Childhood Education (D, J) MAT Elementary and The Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) programs are Secondary (J) designed for students who have completed a baccalaureate degree with content coursework The MAT Elementary and the MAT Secondary appropriate to their teaching area and grade level programs are intensive 12-month, classroom-based and who are seeking a teaching certificate. The MAT programs designed to serve baccalaureate programs are delivered two ways: graduates who wish to prepare for a career in either elementary or secondary teaching. The programs 1. One-year intensive programs in elementary operate on a one-year cycle beginning in July. Upon education or secondary education. successful completion of one of these programs, 2. Distance programs in elementary education or students will receive a Master of Arts in Teaching early childhood education. These programs are degree and be recommended for an Alaska Type A offered by distance delivery for those in rural Elementary (grades K-8) or Secondary (grades 7- communities or others who desire this flexibility. 12) teaching certificate. Certification is granted by the Alaska Department of Education and Early Call (907) 465-6417 or toll free 1-866-465-6424 for Development; UAS provides the institutional a complete application packet containing all the forms recommendation for certification. and instructions. In addition to the admission requirements listed, to Admission Requirements: be admitted, a placement in a school district must Admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program be available. requires the following: The MAT Elementary and MAT Secondary programs 1. A completed application and $35 processing fee. consist of an introductory summer session, two 2. An official academic transcript demonstrating a semesters of intensive internship with course work, baccalaureate degree sent directly from the and a following summer session. The course work is previously attended college or university. interdisciplinary, based on the latest research and theory in teacher education. The programs have four 3. Three recommendations on specific forms phases: provided by the Center for Teacher Education. 4. A writing sample consisting of three parts: 1) a Phase One: A two-month summer session that statement of professional objectives, 2) a prepares students to begin the year as teacher- sample of academic, work-related or other interns. writing, and 3) an impromptu writing sample. Phases Two and Three: 5. An official copy of Praxis I exam results. • Elementary Students. During the public school (To be fully admitted to the programs, applicants must year (end of August through the end of May), the take the Praxis I exam. To successfully graduate from MAT student serves as an intern with a team of the programs, interns must pass all three sections of the two teachers in an elementary school and/or Praxis I exam at state approved levels.) middle school. In the fall semester, interns will be at their assigned school three days a week Passing Scores for the Paxis I for the State of Alaska: and take course work on campus two days a Reading PPST: 175 CBT: 322 week plus one evening. In the spring semester, Writing PPST: 174 CBT: 321 interns will be at their assigned schools four days Math PPST: 173 CBT: 318 a week and take course work on campus one day a week plus one evening. 6. Applicant for the MAT elementary and ECE • Secondary Students. During the public school distance programs must also submit year (end of August through the end of May), the documentation of successful work with children MAT student serves as an intern with a host in an elementary or early childhood school setting teacher in a middle school or high school. In the and a letter of support from the local school fall and spring semesters, interns will be at their district administration. MAT elementary and ECE assigned schools four days a week and take applicants should apply for the elementary and course work on campus one day a week plus ECE credential programs at this time, also. one evening. 102 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 52. Phase Four: A one-month summer session that will ED S630 Classroom Integration of draw on the recent classroom experiences of Tool Software 3 ED S631 Advanced Educational Psychology 3 students and extend their knowledge and preparation ED S632 Classroom Internet Integration 3 for the profession. ED S679 Content Area Literacy 3 The application deadline for the MAT Elementary and ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 ED S691 Teaching Internship I (Fall) 3 Secondary programs is March 1. ED S691 Teaching Internship II (Spring) 3 ED S692 Educational Seminar 3 Elementary (J) Students who enroll in the MAT Elementary Program Master’s Portfolio must show evidence of adequate course work or Contact: Dr. Dave Marvel, (907) 465-4679, demonstrate knowledge in the basic content areas dave.marvel@uas.alaska.edu of history, literature, composition, math, biological science, physical science, and the arts. Placements MAT Elementary Education (D) for this program are only available in Juneau. A total MAT Early Childhood of 40 graduate credits is required. Education (D) Degree Requirements: These programs are offered by distance delivery Minimum Credit Hours: 40 methods to students in rural communities and to ALST S600 Alaska Resources, People and Perspectives 3 others who desire the flexibility of a distance ED S620 Curriculum Development 3 ED S626 Classroom Research 3 program. Students in these programs must be self- ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 directed learners, must have access to high speed ED S632 Classromm Internet Integration 3 Internet connections, and must schedule time during ED S666 Advanced Studies in the Exceptional Learner 2 the school year to complete weekly intensive ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 practicum assignments as well as a semester of ED S681 Reading and Writing/Literacy Instruction: Theory & Practice I 4 student teaching in an elementary school. These ED S682 Reading and Writing/Literacy programs lead to an Alaska Type A Elementary Instruction: Theory & Practice II 2 (grades K-8) or Early Childhood Education (grades ED S686 Mathematics Instruction: Theory & Practice I 2 PreK-3) teaching certificate. Certification is granted ED S687 Mathematics Instruction: Theory & Practice II 2 by the Alaska Department of Education and Early ED S689 Human Development, Curriculum Design, Assessment & Instruction 4 Development; UAS provides the institutional ED S691 Teaching Internship (Fall) 2 recommendation for certification. ED S691 Teaching Internship II (Spring) 4 Applicants should consult with an advisor for individual program scheduling: Contacts: Dr. Katy Master’s Portfolio Spangler (Elementary), (907) 694-7019, Contact: Dr. Mary-Claire Tarlow, (907) 465-6435, katy.spangler@uas.alaska.edu; Seon Chun (Early maryclaire.tarlow@uas.alaska.edu Childhood Education), seon.chun@uas.alaska.edu Secondary (J) The Master of Arts in Teaching, Secondary Program Elementary (D) is for students who have completed a baccalaureate Degree Requirements: degree and who are seeking a teaching certificate Minimum Credit Hours: 39 in secondary education. Applicants to this program Prerequisite Coursework: must show evidence of the successful completion of ALST S300 Alaska Studies 3 an established teaching major in a subject normally ED S230 Introduction to Educational Technology 3 taught in Alaska secondary schools (e.g. English ED S333 The Learner and the Learning Process 3 language arts, Social studies, math, sciences). ED S320A Art in the K-8 Curriculum 1 ED S320B Physical Education in the K-8 Curriculum 1 Placements for this program are made in Juneau and ED S320C Music in the K-8 Curriculum 1 selected other Alaska communities. A total of 36 ED S304 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3 graduate credits are required. Note: ED S230 and ED S333 must be completed before registering for graduate-level coursework Degree Requirements: Minimum Credit Hours: 36 ALST S600 Alaska’s Resources, People, and Perspectives 3 ED S612 School-Community Relations 3 ED S620 Curriculum Development 3 ED S627 Educational Research 3 University of Alaska Southeast 103
  • 53. Program Coursework: ED S482 The Inclusive Classroom ED S615 Literacy in the Intermediate & Middle School 3 Master of Education (M.Ed) Grades 3 The M.Ed with emphasis in: Early Childhood Education ED S616 Math Methods in the K-8 Classroom 3 (D), Educational Technology (D), Elementary ED S617 Science Methods in the K-8 Classroom 3 (J),Reading (D), and Secondary (J). ED S618 Social Studies Methods in the K-8 Classroom 3 ED S619 Classroom Management and Discipline 3 The Master of Education Programs extend and ED S661 Literacy and Young Children 3 develop classroom skills and abilities of practicing ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 teachers in elementary and secondary education. ED S688 Student Teaching 6 Applicants to the Master of Education Program must Endorsement for certification will be granted upon successful have a bachelor of education degree or its equivalent completion of the above coursework and the prerequisite from an accredited institution or an Alaska teaching coursework. Students are encouraged to complete the remaining certificate. coursework required for the M.A.T. degree during their initial years as classroom teachers: Admission Requirements: Admission to the Master ED S626 Classroom Research 3 of Education Program requires the following: ED S698 Master’s Research Project or Portfolio 3 1. A completed application and $35 processing Choose one: (3) fee. ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 2. Official academic transcript demonstrating a o r other 600-level Ed Tech course ED S692 Education Seminar 3 baccalaureate degree. 3. Three recommendations on forms provided by Early Childhood Education (D) the Center for Teacher Education. Each Minimum Credit Hours: 39 recommendation form is for a specific purpose. Prerequisite Coursework: Call toll free 866-465-6424 for a packet of ED S230 Intro to Educational Technology 3 ED S301 Parents and Teachers as Partners 3 application materials containing these forms. ED S304 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3 4. Statement of Professional Objectives. This is a ED S319 Health & Safety Issues in ECE 1 2-3 page typewritten and double spaced formal ED S321 ECE and Motor Development 1 paper containing a summary of educational ED S324 Enhancing Young Children’s Creative Development 1 experiences, a description of professional goals related to what is needed to teach students in Choose one: (3) Alaska and beyond, and a statement of how the ALST S300 Alaska Studies 3 program for advanced teaching canidates might HIST 341 History of Alaska 3 help in attaining those goals. (An advanced Note: ED S230 must be completed before registering for graduate-level coursework teaching candidate is someone who is currently teaching, has taught, or has a teaching credential Program Coursework: ED S465 Math & Science for Young Children 3 and access to a classroom for field experience.) ED S605 Early Childhood Education This statement will be judged in terms of Principles & Practices 3 readability and style as well as compatibility of ED S610 Guidance & Discipline in Early Childhood the student’s objectives and expectations and Education 3 the goals of the program. ED S652 Understanding & Teaching Young Children I: Social and Emotional Development 3 5. A sample of professional or work-related writing ED S661 Literacy and Young Children 3 or media production demonstrating proficiency ED S664 Young Children & Classroom Management 3 in writing and/or computer-mediated ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 communications. ECSE Special Education Course from UAA 3 ED S688 Student Teaching 6 6. Field experience statement form, also available in packet of application materials. Endorsement for certification will be granted upon successful completion of the above coursework and the prerequisite 7. A copy of a teaching or administrative coursework. Students are encouraged to complete the credential remaining 9 credits of coursework required for the M.A.T. degree during their initial years as classroom teachers: 8. Applicants to the Reading program should also ED S626 Classroom Research 3 apply to the endorsement program at this time. ED S698 Master’s Research Project or Portfolio 3 Choose one ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software or other 600-level Ed Tech course 3 ED S692 Education Seminar 3 104 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 54. Early Childhood Education (D) The M.Ed. Educational Technology Program is not a teacher credential program. For an initial teaching (Preschool and Primary credential see Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education grade teachers) programs, or Masters of Arts in Teaching programs. The M.Ed. Early Childhood Education Program is Students wanting a K-12 Educational Technology designed as a part-time program for practicing pre- teaching endorsement must also apply to the school and primary teachers, with an emphasis on Educational Technology Endorsement Program. classroom application. It is possible for teachers to Program Requirements 33 complete the course work during two school years ED S626 Classroom Research 3 and three summers, while teaching in their own ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 ED S631 Advanced Educational Psychology 3 district. Though most of the program can be distance ED S632 Classroom Internet Integration 3 delivered, at least two weeks of on-campus time is ED S633 Classroom Integration of Multi-Media 3 required during two summers. ED S634 Classroom Integration of Audio-Video Technology 3 The purpose of this program is to extend and develop ED S635 Thinking About Technology 3 classroom skills and abilities for practicing teachers in ED S670 Planning for Educational Technology 3 levels pre-kindergarten through third grade. The plan of ED S673 Educational Applications of Networking 3 study should reflect the graduate student’s own ED S697 Independent Study or one elective course which must be approved in advance by the program professional and personal growth objectives. A advisor. 3 maximum of 3 credits of 400-level coursework can be EDS698 Master’s Research Project or Portfolio 3 included in the approved plan of study. The M.Ed. Early Childhood Education Program is not Contact: Marla Brownlee, (907) 465-6489, a teacher credential program. For an initial teaching marla.brownlee@uas.alaska.edu credential see Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education programs, or Masters of Arts in Teaching programs. Minimum credit hours 33 Program Requirements: (9) Core: Select 3 credits from each of the following areas with advisor’s approval: • Research • Technology • Special Student Populations Contact: Seon Chun, seon.chun@uas.alaska.edu Program Coursework: (21) ED S465 Math and Science for Young Children 3 ED S605 Early Childhood Education Principles & Practices 3 ED S610 Guidance and Discipline in Early Childhood Education 3 ED S652 Understanding and Teaching Young Children I: Social and Emotional Development 3 ED S653 Understanding and Teaching Young Children II: Creative, Physical and Healthy Development 3 ED S661 Literacy and Young Children 3 ED S664 Young Child & Classroom Management 3 ED S698 Master’s Research Project or Portfolio 3 Educational Technology (D) The M.Ed. in Educational Technology develops the skills and abilities to make effective use of technology in a classroom setting. Admission to the M.Ed. in Educational Technology is conditional until the candidate has taken ED630 and ED632 and passed with a ‘B’ or better. ED S698 Master’ Research Project or Portfolio is the final course in the program sequence. University of Alaska Southeast 105
  • 55. Elementary Education (J) Select from the following: (6) ED S612 School-Community Relations 3 The full curriculum for the M.Ed. Elementary is offered ED S620 Curriculum Development 3 only to students participating as a cohort group. ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 Therefore, interested students should contact the ED S632 Classroom Internet Integration 3 program chair for course sequencing information. ED S633 Classroom Integration of Multi-Media 3 The purpose of this program is to extend and develop Subject Area: (12) ED S601 Teaching Select Content I 3 classroom skills and abilities for practicing teachers ED S602 Teaching Select Content II 3 in elementary education (K–8). In addition to the 24 ED S626 Classroom Research 3 credits listed below, the additional 12 hours required ED S692 Educational Seminar 3 for the degree will be cooperatively selected by the student and the graduate advisor. This plan of study Approved by academic advisor: (12) should reflect the student’s own professional and Contact: Dr. David Marvel, (907) 465-4679, personal growth objectives. A maximum of 3 credits dave.marvel@uas.alaska.edu of 400 level coursework may be included in the approved plan of study. Minimum Credit Hours 36 Reading (D) Program Requirements: (12) ED S627 Educational Research 3 The M.Ed. in Reading program is designed specifi- ED S631 Advanced Educational Psychology 3 cally to deepen P-12 teachers’ pedagogical content Select from the following: (6) knowledge with the aim of improved student literacy ED S612 School-Community Relations 3 achievement for all Alaska students and beyond. This ED S620 Curriculum Development 3 program is delivered in face-to-face and distance for- ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 mats so that it is possible to complete the degree ED S632 Classroom Internet Integration 3 while teaching in your own district. Technological ED S633 Classroom Integration of Multi-Media 3 tools facilitate course delivery, communication, and Subject Area: (12) ED S623 Advanced Studies in Language Arts 3 research. Enhancements include braided discussions, ED S624 Advanced Studies in Math Methods 3 audio conferencing, video reflections, and use of ED S626 Classroom Research 3 Internet resources. Candidates in the reading mas- ED S665 Current Issues in Elementary Education 3 ters program focus on developmental, cognitive, and socio-cultural aspects of reading acquisition, instruc- Approved by academic advisor: (12) tion, and assessment. Professional and caring atti- Contact: Dr. Mary-Claire Tarlow, (907) 465-6435, tudes and beliefs about teaching lead to responsive maryclaire.tarlow@uas.alaska.edu and rigorous instuction in reading and literacy for all Secondary Education (J) P-12 students, including those who are culturally and linguistically diverse. Accomplished teaching profes- The full curriculum for the M.Ed. Secondary is offered sionals promote collaboration with students, col- only to students participating as a cohort group. leagues, parents/families, and the larger community Therefore, interested students should contact the to improve literacy learning and student achievement program chair for course sequencing information. in their contexts. Candidates prepare an exit protfolio The purpose of this program is to extend and develop in line with the goals of the Center for Teacher Edu- classroom skills and abilities for practicing teachers cation and the program standards of the International in secondary education. In addition to the 24 credits Reading Association to demonstrate levels of knowl- listed below, the additional 12 hours required for the edge and pedagogy commensurate with the skills degree will be cooperatively selected by the graduate and dispositions of highly competent advanced teach- student and the graduate advisor. This plan of study ing professionals. should reflect the graduate student’s own professional and personal growth objectives. A maximum of 3 Program Requirements: (33) credits of 400 level coursework may be included in ED 671 Language Culture and Literacy 3 the approved plan of study. ED 674 Developing Literacy ECE-12 3 ED 675 Reading and Cognition 3 Minimum Credit Hours 36 ED 676 Reading Instruction and Assessment I 3 Program Requirements: (12) ED 677 Reading Instruction and Assessment II 3 ED S627 Educational Research 3 ED 678 Literature and Reading, Supporting ED S631 Advanced Educational Psychology 3 Readers at All Levels 3 ED 679 Content Area Literacy 3 ED 696 Teacher as Leader 3 106 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 56. Endorsement for certification will be granted upon Internet, and computer conferencing and should have successful compleation of the above coursework. fax access. Canidates must be accepted into the endorsement Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree with a program. general-education background from an accredited ED 630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 institution. A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is ED 626 Classroom Research 3 required. The program advisor will examine transcripts ED 698 Master’s Research Project or Portfolio 3 to determine if the applicant has sufficient background in writing, math, social science, science, psychology, Contact: Dr. Shirley Kaltenbach, (907) 465-5753, arts, physical education, and health. Applicants who shirley.kaltenbach@uas.alaska.edu lack sufficient background in one or more of these areas can expect to take additional coursework. Educational Leadership Credential students may opt to apply to the distance The three programs in Education Leadership (Master delivered Master of Arts in Teaching Program after of Education, School Principal Credential, and School completion of the 300- and 400-level courses in their Superintendent Credential) formerly at UAS have program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. been merged into a single statewide program supervised by the School of Education, University of It is recommended that students desiring to teach in Alaska Anchorage. Students expressing interest in primary grades select the Early Childhood Credential admission are encouraged to contact the UAA option. program director at (907) 786-4400. Admission Requirements: Admission to the Credential Program requires the following: Professional Credential and 1. A completed application and $35 processing fee. 2. An official academic transcript showing Endorsement Program compleation of a baccalaureate degree and a GPA of 3.0 Requirements 3. Three recommendations on specific forms available from the Center for Teacher Education. Credential Program (D) Call toll free 1-866-465-6424 for a packet of The Credential Program with emphasis in: Elementary application materials. Education and Early Childhood Education 4. A writing sample consisting of three parts: 1) a Credential programs are non-degree post- statement of professional objectives, 2) a sample baccalaureate programs of study preparing students of academic, work-related or other writing, and for a Type A Alaska teaching certificate. Programs 3) an impromptu writing sample. are offered for elementary teachers (grades K-8) and 5. An official copy of Praxis I test scores. (To be fully early childhood teachers (preK-3). Certification is admitted to the programs, applicants must take granted by the Alaska Department of Education and the Praxis I exam. To successfully graduate from Early Development; UAS provides the institutional the programs, interns must pass all three sections recommendation for certification. of the Praxis I exam at state approved levels.) The credential programs are offered by distance Qualifying Praxis scores for the State of Alaska delivery only and are available to students in urban are: and rural areas throughout Alaska. Students in the Reading PPST: 175 CBT: 322 program must be self-directed learners, must have Writing PPST: 174 CBT: 321 access to high speed Internet connections, and must Math PPST: 173 CBT: 318 schedule time during the school year to complete weekly intensive practicum assignments and a Students may be conditionally admitted until semester of student teaching in an elementary or passing scores have been documented. middle school. Credential students must receive Documentation must be received by UAS within approval of the local school district, as extensive one semester of admission. practicum experiences are required. 6. Letter of support from local school district Courses are delivered via audio conference, video administration. tape, on-line conferencing, and correspondence. 7. Documentation of successful work with children Students should be familiar with using email, the in an early childhood or elementary school setting. University of Alaska Southeast 107
  • 57. Elementary Education Endorsement Programs (D) Prerequisites: Endorsement Program with emphasis in: Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology, Program Requirements: (33) ED S626 Classroom Research 3 Mathematics and Reading. ED 230 Intro to Educational Technology 3 Endorsement programs are non-degree programs of or competency study preparing certified teachers to add Content competency in writing, math, social science, science, endorsements to an existing Alaska Type A psychology, arts, physical education, and health. certificate. All course work must be completed within a seven-year period immediately preceding the date Program Coursework: (42) the endorsement is granted. Certification is granted ALST S300 Alaska Studies 3 by the Alaska Department of Education and Early ED S304 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3 Development; UAS provides the institutional ED S320A Art in the K-8 Curriculum 1 ED S320B Physical Education in the K-8 Curriculum 1 recommendation for certification. ED S320C Music in the K-8 Curriculum 1 Admission Requirements: Admission to the ECE ED S333 The Learner and the Learning Process* 3 ED S482 The Inclusive Classroom 3 Endorsement and Educational Technology ED S615 Literacy in the Intermediate and Middle School Endorsement if the applicant does not wish to pursue Grades 3 a M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education or Educational ED S616 Math Methods in the K-8 Classroom 3 Technology: ED S617 Science Methods in the K-8 Classroom 3 1. Application for admission and fee (if applicable ED S618 Social Studies in the K-8 Classroom 3 ED S619 Classroom Management and Discipline 3 to the endorsement program). ED S661 Literacy and Young Children 3 2. Graduation from an accredited teacher ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 preparation program. ED S688 Student Teaching 6 *ED S333 must be completed prior to methods semesters. 3. Copy of a current Alaska Type A Teaching Certificate. Contact: Dr. Katy Spangler, (907) 694-7019, 4. Official transcript(s) are required only for courses katy.spangler@uas.alaska.edu transferred in from another institution. Early Childhood Education Admission Requirements: Admission to the Reading Endorsement requires the same Prerequisites: materials as the M.Ed. in Reading: Ed 230 Intro to Educational Technology (3) or competency. Content competency in writing, math, social science, science, psychology, 1. A completed application and $35 processing fee. arts, physical education, and health. 2. An official academic transcritp demonstrating a baccalaureate degree. Program Coursework: (42) ALST S300 Alaska Studies 3 3. Three recommendations on forms provided by ED S301 Parents and Teachers as Partners 3 the Center for Teacher Education. Each recom- ED S304 Literature for Children and Young Adults 3 ED S319 Health and Safety Issues in ECE 1 mendation form is for a specific purpose. Call toll ED S321 ECE and Motor Development 1 free 866-465-6424 for a packet of application ED S324 Enhancing Young Children’s materials containing these forms. Creative Development 1 ED S465 Math & Science for Young Children 3 4. Statement of Professional Objectives. This is a ED S605 ECE Principles and Practices 3 2-3 page typewritten and double spaced formal ED S610 Guidance and Discipline in ECE 3 paper containing a summary of educational ex- ED S652 Understanding and Teaching Young Children I: periences, a description of professional goals Social and Emotional Development 3 related to what is needed to teach students in ED S661 Young Children and Literacy 3 ED S664 Classroom Management for the Young Child 3 Alaska and beyond, and a statement of how the ED S680 Advanced Multicultural Education 3 program for advanced teaching candidates ECE Special Education Course from UAA 3 might help in attaining those goals. (An advanced ED S688 Student Teaching 6 teaching candidate is someone who is currently teaching, has taught, or has a teaching creden- Contact: Seon Chun, seon.chun@uas.alaska.edu tial and access to a classroom for field experi- ence.) This statement will be judged in terms of readability and style as well as compatibility of the student’s objectives and expectations and goals of the program. 108 University of Alaska Southeast
  • 58. 5. A sample of professional or work related writing or Reading (grades K-8 or 9-12) media production demonstrating proficiency in Students will be endorsed in their area of certification. writing and/or computer-mediated communica- Call (907) 465-8750 for application materials. tions. 6. Field experience statement form aslo available in Minimum Credit Hours 24 ED S671 Language, Culture & Literacy 3 packet of application materials. ED S674 Developing Literacy, ECE-12 3 7. A copy of a teaching or administrative credential. ED S675 Reading and Cognition 3 ED S676 Reading Instruction & Assessment I 3 ED S677 Reading Instruction & Assessment II 3 Early Childhood Education (grades PreK-3) ED S678 Literature & Reading: Supporting Call (907) 465-6424 (toll free: 1-866-465-6424) for Readers at all Levels 3 application materials. ED S679 Content Area Literacy 3 ED S685 Teacher as Leader 3 Minimum Credit Hours 21 ED S605 Early Childhood Education Principles Contacts: Dr. Shirley Kaltenbach, (907) 465-5753, and Practices 3 Shirley.kaltenbach@uas.alaska.edu ED* S465 Math and Science for Young Children 3 ED S610 Guidance and Discipline in Early Childhood Education 3 University of Alaska ED S652 Understanding and Teaching Young Children I: Social and Emotional Development 3 Fairbanks Fisheries ED S653 Understanding and Teaching Young Children II: Division Creative, Physical and Healthy Development 3 ED S661 Young Children and Literacy 3 fisheries@uaf.edu • www.sfos.alaska.edu/fishdiv ED S664 Classroom Management for Young Children 3 The School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences is part *Prerequisite: Any 100-level math with a “B” or higher. of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The School is home to the program in Fisheries (with faculty in Contact: Seon Chun, seon.chun@uas.alaska.edu Juneau and Fairbanks) and the graduate program in Marine Sciences and Limnology (based in Fairbanks). Educational Technology (grades K-12) The Center enjoys access to a wide spectrum of Call (907) 465-8750 for application materials. marine and freshwater habitats. The natural Minimum Credit Hours 21 environment serves as classrooms and research ED S630 Classroom Integration of Tool Software 3 laboratory for students. The research engaged in by ED S632 Classroom Internet Integration 3 the faculty and graduate students covers problems ED S633 Classroom Integration of Multi-Media 3 ED S634 Classroom Integration of from all over Alaska, from Southeast Alaska waters Audio-Video Technology 3 to the Bering Sea. ED S635 Thinking About Technology 3 ED S673 Educational Applications of Networking 3 In addition to a variety of Fisheries courses, the Center’s ED S697 Independent Study or Elective course which must faculty offers instruction in advanced courses in be approved in advance by the program advisor 3 Statistics. The M.S. and Ph.D. in Fisheries are offered to prepare students for careers in fisheries Contact: Marla Brownlee, (907) 465-6439, management, fisheries research, or general aquatic marla.brownlee@uas.alaska.edu biology. Research programs currently include conservation Mathematics biology of salmon, evolution and systematics of marine The Alaskan State Board of Education has approved fish, management of sustainable fisheries, dynamics a math endorsement program. It is anticipated that of exploited populations, toxic effects of pollutants, courses will be offered by Spring 2004. For population biology of marine mammals, culture of information call the Center for Teacher Education at salmon and seaweeds, molecular and population (907) 465-6294. genetics, and stock separation techniques. The three-story Anderson building (15,000 sq. ft.) is located on the Auke Bay shore adjacent to the U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Auke Bay Laboratory, approximately 12 miles north of Juneau. University of Alaska Southeast 109
  • 59. The building is equipped with a high-quality seawater Degree Programs system, walk-in freezer, coldroom, wet and dry-lab research facilities and advanced lab instrumentation. Bachelor of Science • Fisheries: Upper-division Fisheries courses are Rented offices house several faculty, a classroom, a offered at the Juneau Center to qualified large computer lab, and a study area. undergraduates; the B.S. Fisheries program is Financial assistance for graduate students is provided located on campus at Fairbanks. through research assistantships from state, federal Master of Science and industry-funded grants to the Center and through • Fisheries University fellowships. Doctor of Philosophy Dean Note: There are specific requirements for admission Vera Alexander, Dean to the M.S. and Ph.D. in fisheries program. Refer to Charles Hocutt, Associate Dean the University of Alaska Fairbanks Graduate Catalog. www.uaf.edu/catalog/current/grad/enroll.html Faculty Milo D. Adkison Master of Science in Assistant Professor of Quantitative Fisheries Fisheries (M.S. Fisheries) Degree Requirements: Admission to the master of science Robert Fagen in fisheries degree program is governed by the general Associate Professor of Biometry requirements for admission to graduate study. Candidates Richard Gard for the master of science in fisheries degree must satisfy Professor of Fisheries, Emeritus (UAS) all general and University degree requirements. A total of Anthony J. Gharrett 30 credits is required of which a minimum of 24 credits Professor of Fisheries must be at the 600 level. Up to 6 credits of 400–level course work may be substituted for the 600–level course Lewis J. Haldorson work by approval of the graduate committee. A thesis Professor of Fisheries, Emeritus reporting the results of original research is an important Nicola Hillgruber part of each student’s individualized Program of Assistant Professor of Fisheries Studies.Students may take classes at Fairbanks, Juneau, Nicholas Hughes Kodiak, Seward, and other fisheries facilities of the Assistant Professor of Fisheries University of Alaska to obtain a broad-based graduate education in fisheries. Primary course offerings at the Brendan Kelly graduate level are offered in Fairbanks and Juneau. Associate Professor of Biology ((UAS with joint appointment UAF) Fairbanks F :course offered at Fairbanks J:course offered at Juneau Gordon Kruse Prerequisites: Professor of Fisheries F MATH F200 Calculus I 4 or Ole A. Mathisen J MATH S200 Calculus I 4 or F MATH F272 Calculus for Life Sciences 3 and Professor of Fisheries, Emeritus F STAT F301 Elementary Statistics 3 or Terrance J. Quinn II J STAT S273 Elementary Statistics 3 and Professor of Fish Population Dynamics F BIOL F432 Ichthyology 4 or J BIOL S427 Introduction to Ichthyology 4 or Thomas C. Shirley F BIOL F305 Invertebrate Zoology 4 or Professor of Marine Invertebrates F BIOL F305 Invertebrate Zoology 4 William W. Smoker Major Requirements: (12–18) Professor of Fisheries F J STAT F401 Regression and Analysis of Variance 4 F J FISH F699 Thesis Research 6–12 Michael S. Stekoll Graduate seminars in the appropriate discipline Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (UAS with (Two one-credit Seminars) joint appointment UAF) FISH F692, MSL F692, ALR F692, BIOL F692. 2 Albert V. Tyler The student shall submit a satisfactory thesis on a topic Professor of Fisheries, Emeritus approved by his or her graduate committee. Students working in subject areas involving significant non-English literature may be expected to demonstrate the capacity to read the appropriate foreign language. 110 University of Alaska Southeast