Students must meet all of the admissions requirements for Master's Degrees as specified by UAA. In addition, students must meet the requirements specified below.
In order to be considered for full admission into the program, students will be able to demonstrate:
In most instances, undergraduate degrees in the physical sciences, life sciences, or engineering will provide sufficient background to meet course prerequisites. Students without the appropriate background to meet course prerequisites may be required to complete undergraduate courses that will not be applied towards the graduate degree.
Applicants not meeting the admissions requirements may be provisionally accepted at the discretion of the admissions committee. In this case, the candidate's continuation in the program after the first semester will be contingent upon successful completion of a student-specific remedial plan formulated by the admissions committee.
Who is qualified for this program?
most instances, undergraduate degrees in the physical sciences, life
sciences, or engineering are sufficient background to meet course
prerequisites. Applicants not meeting these requirements may be accepted
at the discretion of the admissions committee. If you have questions
regarding these requirements please contact Zlata Lokteva:
907-786-1951 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How much does the program cost?
The Graduate Certificate in Environmental Regulation and Permitting consists of four courses at normal graduate tuition cost plus fees. Current tuition and fees can be found at UAOnline.
How can I apply for the program?
Students should submit an application on the UAOnline site. The required application materials to be submitted to Admissions include:
In addition, please submit to the School of Engineering: