Twenty-seven University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan Students to Graduate
April 24, 2013
This year’s commencement keynote speaker is Elizabeth Nelson, Artistic Director for First City Players and 2012 Distinguished Woman of the Year. UAS Chancellor John Pugh, UAS Ketchikan Interim Campus Director Priscilla Schulte, and University of Alaska Board of Regents members Dale Anderson of Juneau, Fuller Cowell of Big Lake, and Mari Freitag, student regent originally from Ketchikan, will bestow degrees at the ceremony.
Twenty-seven University of Alaska Southeast students are receiving degrees this spring.
University of Alaska students living in Ketchikan and receiving degrees from other University of Alaska campuses are invited to participate in the local ceremony.
Certificate – Fish Culture
Associate of Arts – Fisheries Management
Associate of Applied Science - Business Administration
Associate of Applied Science – Computer Information & Office Systems
Associate of Applied Science - Fisheries Technology
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Elementary Education
Bachelor of Liberal Arts – Interdisciplinary Studies
Master of Education – Mathematics Education
Master of Education – Reading Specialist & Graduate Certificate
Master of Social Work (UAA)
Master of Teaching – Elementary Education & Graduate Certificate
Master of Teaching – Secondary Education
Jim Baichtal, USFS Geologist, will receive an Honorary Doctorate of Science.
The University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan campus provides a wide variety of educational courses and programs to Ketchikan and the surrounding communities throughout the year. Courses and programs are available locally and via e-Learning classes. Through these offerings, students can achieve certifications, associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees.