Thank you for your interest in the University of Alaska Anchorage Graduate School. We invite you to apply at any time or contact us for additional information to learn more about professional, educational, and personal growth opportunities at UAA. We encourage you to read the UAA Catalog for indepth information on graduate programs and their specific admission requirements.
Why choose the University of Alaska Anchorage Graduate School?
We are an urban university and the largest institution in the University of Alaska system. You will enjoy personalized interaction and educational experiences as a member of the Graduate School community. You are important and valued at UAA.
As graduate schools go, UAA is very affordable at currently $466 per credit hour which translates to less than $14,000 for a graduate degree (of 30 credits). Fees are also low at just over $600 for a full-time graduate student enrolling in 9 credits per semester.
For full-time students, some graduate programs provide graduate assistantships which pay a stipend, offer 9 credits of tuition remission per semester, and paid health insurance. A few research assistantships also pay student fees. Graduate assistantships offer paid experience in research, teaching, or administrative service.
Graduate School is also flexible – students may attend full-time or part-time, design their own curriculum in the Interdisciplinary program, and attend some programs via distance delivery and you have seven years to complete a master’s degree and 10 years to complete a doctoral degree.
We invite you to visit the University of Alaska Anchorage. The Graduate School believes that experiencing all that UAA and the State of Alaska have to offer will be the best advertisement for our unique educational experience. The Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information gives you an overview of The Great Land. The Municipality of Anchorage website is a valuable resource to see what a world class city Anchorage has become since Statehood. If you would like to stop by our office, we'd love to discuss how the University of Alaska can assist you with reaching your educational goals.
Applying for Admission
- Graduate School Requirements
- Grade Point Average of 3.0 or above for earned Baccalaureate Degree from a regionally accredited institution.
Program requirements (see the UAA Catalog - Graduate Programs)
- Test Information (programs may require additional entrance exams)
- International Student Admission Information
Tuition and Costs
- Graduate Tuition Rates and Fees
- Cost of Attendance
- Financial Aid / Scholarships
Western Regional Graduate Exchange (WRGP)
The Western Regional Graduate Program makes high-quality, distinctive graduate programs available to students of the West at a reasonable cost. As part of the Student Exchange Program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, WRGP helps place students in a wide range of graduate programs, all designed around the educational, social, and economic needs of the West.
Through WRGP, residents of Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming are eligible to enroll in available programs outside of their home state at resident tuition rates. Students need not meet financial aid criteria.
To receive WRGP tuition status at UAA, students should complete the WRGP application and submit to UAA Office of Admissions.
- Clinical-Community Psychology (Ph.D. program only)
- Early Childhood Special Education - MED
- Global Supply Chain Management - MS
- Nursing Science - MS
- Project Management - MS
- Social Work - MSW
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