Programs and Degrees
CTC can prepare you for a great career in a number of high-demand fields. Earn an occupational endorsement, a certificate, an associate or bachelor's degree. Not sure what would suit you? Explore through Career Coach. If you are just looking for training and do not need a degree, consider taking non-credit classes or enrolling as a non-degree student to earn industry certifications or other credentials.
|CTC Program||UAA Degree||More Info|
|Air Traffic Control||Minor AAS||
Prepares students to assume roles in the directing and control of aircraft moving through the National Airspace System (NAS)
|Applied Technologies Leadership||BS||Prepares students for career advancement in any career and technical area. Courses focus on soft skills and leadership development. Complete a degree using up to 45 prior or current training credits.|
|Apprenticeship Technologies||AAS||Complete a degree using prior or current apprenticeship training.|
|Automotive Technology||AAS UC||
Prepares students to understand theory, diagnose and repair all systems of modern vehicles.
The AAS degree and undergraduate certificate are accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.
|Aviation Administration||BS Minor AAS||Prepares Alaskan students to lead 21st century aviation enterprises as innovators and entrepreneurial managers in a global workforce.|
|Aviation Maintenance||AAS UC||
Prepares graduates to be highly qualified aviation maintenance professionals and employees to meet the aviation maintenance needs of the State of Alaska, the nation and the world.
UC Aircraft Maintenance Technology - Airframe: prepares students to perform and lead airframe maintenance for an ever changing industry.
UC Aircraft Maintenance Technology - Powerplant: prepares students to perform and lead powerplant maintenance for an ever changing industry.
|Computer Networking and Technology||AAS OEC||Prepares students for entry-level positions or career advancement in the computer electronics and networking industries. Mean salary in Alaska for Network Administrators is $83,700.|
|Construction Management||BS AAS||
Degrees nationally accredited by the American Council for Construction Education.
Within one year of graduation, Bachelor of Science graduates earn on average $62,268 per year in Alaska.
Construction Management is the fastest growing major in the United States.
|Culinary Arts||AAS||Prepares students for entry-level positions or advancement in the expanding food service
|Diesel Power Technology||AAS UC||
Prepares students to be successful technicians in the medium- and heavy-duty truck and equipment service industry.
AAS degree and undergraduate certificate are accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation
|BA||Prepares students for entry-level positions in the foodservice, hospitality and tourism industry, and who are ready for middle- and upper-level management opportunities.|
|Occupational Safety and Health||BS AAS||Prepares students for employment as safety professionals in a variety of industries including construction, petroleum, mining, tourism and fishery.|
|Professional Piloting||BS AAS||
Professional flight training prepares Alaskans to compete for the 600,000+ worldwide piloting jobs forecast over the next two decades.
|Welding & Nondestructive Testing||AAS OEC||
Prepares students for employment in welding and/or nondestructive examination as entry-level technicians.
OEC - Welding
OEC - Advanced Welding
OEC - Nondestructive Testing
|For further information about our programs and their requirements, visit the UAA Catalog.|
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Arts
|AAS||Associate of Applied Science||Minor||Minor|
|OEC||Occupational Endorsement Certificate||UC||Undergraduate Certificate|