The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest academic unit within the University of Alaska, home to over 4,000 students and 225 prominent full-time faculty. CAS offers 23 major areas of study and more than 20 minor concentrations-from chemistry to communications, from theatre and dance to Alaska Native Studies.


UAA's College of Business and Public Policy is a dynamic academic resource that serves and reflects Anchorage, Alaska’s largest metropolitan community. Students in CBPP have a variety of concentrations from which to choose with Baccalaureate degree majors in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Logistics, Management, Management Information Systems, or Marketing.


The staff of the College of Education strive to create a welcoming place that embodies core values of intellectual vitality, inclusiveness and equity, collaboration and leadership. COE's three departments offer certificates, bachelors and masters degrees across an array of educational programs.


The College of Engineering embraces the wide range of cultural and technical subjects related to the planning, design and manufacture, or construction of objects necessary for civilization. UAA is the campus of first choice for Alaska's engineering students. 


Offering a variety of certificate, undergraduate, and graduate degree options, the College of Health provides a special opportunity for cross-disciplinary studies as they relate to the human aspects of our culture and helps prepare graduates for the increasingly integrated approaches to service delivery demanded by society. 


The Community & Technical College enhances, promotes and provides quality education and training that is responsive to the needs of lifelong learners in a changing world through leadership collaboration within the community. CTC offers more than 40 academic programs that provide students with knowledge and technical skills focused on success in high-demand career areas in Alaska, the nation, and beyond.


The mission of the Consortium Library is to provide and maintain collections and resources that support the educational and research programs of the University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University. The library provides information services for the benefit of the university and research communities and the residents of the state of Alaska.


The Graduate School at UAA offers 26 Master’s degree programs along with a number of Graduate Certificate programs. UAA also offers cooperative/collaborative Master’s and Ph.D. programs with the University of Alaska Fairbanks, the University of Washington Medical School, Creighton University and East Carolina University. UAA enrolls over 1000 students in graduate studies from all 50 states and U. S. territories.

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The University Honors College advances, coordinates, and administers active learning and undergraduate research opportunities for students across the campus. In partnership with all of UAA’s colleges, the Honors College helps students develop the necessary leadership and academic skills to reach their full potential.