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Apprenticeship Technologies, Associate of Applied Science
The Apprenticeship Technologies program is a 60-credit Associate of Applied Science degree, coordinated and delivered collaboratively by UAA, UAF and UAS. The curriculum specifically reflects the commitment of the university to provide high-quality instruction and service to the public through a practical integration of general coursework and training for career and technical occupations. Individuals receiving this degree must complete a formal apprenticeship program and hold journeyworker-level status in occupations recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship.
Bachelor of Science, Technology
The Bachelor of Science, Technology is designed to allow students to design a program of study which complements their technical proficiencies.
Career and Technical Ecucation
Graduate Certificate and Graduate Certificate with Teaching Endorsement (two certificates)
Master of Science, CTE
The Master of Science in Career & Technical Education (MSCTE) program provides instruction for teachers, administration, industry trainers and workforce development professionals specializing in career and technical education at the secondary and postsecondary levels.
Master of Art in Teaching
(Offered collaboratively with College of Education) Students seeking teaching certification for business education, family and consumer science education, or technology education can do so through the Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program through the College of Education. Students interested in a Master's in Education (M.Ed) program with an emphasis in counseling will earn that degree through the College of Education. Some coursework from the Career and Technical Education department may be part of this program. Click the links below for more information.