Collaborative Degree Programs
UAA's College of Engineering is pleased to collaborate with the College of Engineering and Mines at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Voiland School of Chemical Engineering at Washington State University to offer the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs:
- 2 + 2 Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering
- 2 + 2 Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering
- 2 + 2 Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
For further information, contact Zlata Lokteva in UAA's College of Engineering Student Services and Advising Center, firstname.lastname@example.org, (907) 786-1951.
Ph.D. in Engineering - Recognizing that many prospective Engineering PhD candidates are at a point in their lives where moving their residence for one year is not feasible, UAA’s College of Engineering and the College of Engineering and Mines at UAF are now collaborating to allow Anchorage-based students to complete their PhD in Engineering degree while remaining in Anchorage.
Previously, the program required students to reside in Fairbanks for 3 semesters. Under a new agreement, although 9 credits of coursework must still come from UAF courses, candidates may request a residency waiver, allowing this work to include independent study courses co-taught by UAA and UAF faculty, or courses that are distance delivered to UAA. Details of waiver and program requirements are contained in the Memorandum of Understanding between the Colleges.
For further information, contact UAA's College of Engineering Associate Dean of Academics, Professor Rob Lang, email@example.com, (907) 786-1859.