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Undeclared Program for                                           Certificate and A.A.S. graduates will be qualified for
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Business & Public                                                To accommodate training needs of business and
Administrat...
Carol Liberty                                              Construction Technology (J)
Associate Professor of Health Infor...
Tom McKenna
Education                                                       Assistant Professor of Educational Technology
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Dean of Arts & Sciences                                       Rick Bellagh
Brendan P. Kelly                               ...
Cathy Connor
Natural Sciences                                           Associate Professor of Geology (J)
Education in ma...
Michael S. Stekoll
Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry (J)
Richard Stephens
Assistant Professor of Mathematics (J)
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Assessment of Student                                     Competency in Professional Behavior:
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encompass broad areas of knowledge that support
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University of Alaska General
Education Transfer GuideUAS General Education Courses     UAF General Education Courses    UA...
Undergraduate Degree and
Certificate Requirements
Certificates of Completion                                Computer Infor...
Computer Applications (J, K, S, D)                          Networking Essentials (J, K, S)
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Upper Division Certificate                                          Advanced Network Administration (J, K, S)
of Completio...
Construction Technology (J)                             toward the Early Childhood Certificate and the AAS
Certificate of ...
Diesel/Marine Emphasis (J)                             Welding Technology Emphasis (J, K)
Minimum Credit Hours            ...
Automotive Technology (J)                                Computer Information and
The Automotive Technology Certificate pr...
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Law Enforcement (S)                                        34 credits of course work and practical learning ex-
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03-04 UAS Academic Catalog-Academic Programs
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  1. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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

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