College of Health

Did you know that Alaska's healthcare workforce is projected to grow by 22% by 2026? Be ready to capture your opportunity by joining the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) College of Health. With more than 45 certificate or degree program options to choose from, the College of Health will help you launch your career, or find continuing education opportunities in Alaska's Healthcare industry. More than 4,000 students are enrolled in our programs, statewide. Personalized learning, with endless opportunity. Find your place at the UAA College of Health.

News and Events

College of Health Dean Jeff Jessee interviewed by KTVA's DaybreakFall 2018 College of Health Graduates from the School of Allied HealthThe School of Nursing's Dr. Angelia Trujillo , and the Alaska Justice Center's (AJiC) Dr. Brad Myrstol and Dr. Ingrid Johnson discussed the impacts of domestic violence and sexual assault on communities, public safety, and the healthcare system in the 49th State as part of Alaska Public Media's coverage of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.Drs. Brad Myrstol and Ingrid Johnson recently appeared on Justice, Alaska on Hometown, Alaska from Alaska Public Media. The duo discussed current research projects underway at the Justice Center and the impact their work has on public policy in Alaska.
  • The College of Health On KTVA's Daybreak

    College of Health Dean Jeff Jessee and Surgical Technology Director Terrina Woods McKinnon were interviewed by KTVA's Liz Raines about the new HLTH 151 umbrella course that introduces new students to the more than 45 certificate and degree programs at the University of Alaska College of Health.

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