April 11, 2005
Summer 2005 courses available through UAS Ketchikan include Introduction to Anthropology; Biological Anthropology; Community Economic Development; New Business Creation; Fundamentals of Histology; Multicultural Education; Alaska Native Cultures of Southeast Alaska; Marine Safety Instructor Training, both for teachers and others interested in becoming certified, History of Alaska; Role of Religion in 19th Century U.S. History; Pacific Northwest History; College Algebra; Religions of the World; Introduction to Sociology; and Hazwoper Certification and Renewal classes.
Many of the courses are available both locally and through distance delivery methods including audio-conference and online. Several of the classes qualify for Alaska teacher certification including Multicultural Education and the History of Alaska.
In addition, many of the classes support degree programs and meet general education requirements for graduation. A complete listing of summer classes offered via distance statewide is available at http://www.alaska.edu/distance/.
Interested persons can registration by calling 907-228-4511 during all regular business hours. Drop-in registration is welcomed and if a person is a returning student, they are welcomed to register on the web by visiting: www.uaonline.alaska.edu.
Course schedules are available at the UAS Ketchikan campus, UAS Ketchikan Technical Center, the Ketchikan Public Library and at the UAS Ketchikan website: www.ketch.alaska.edu.
The University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan Campus provides a wide variety of educational and vocational courses throughout the year. Many course offerings are available both locally and through distance avenues including web-based, audio conference, teleconference and satellite offerings. Through these offerings, students can achieve certifications, associates, bachelors and masters degrees.
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