What is an Academic Advisor?
Your academic advisor is a professional member of the UAA community with experience in course selection, major exploration, and degree completion. It is important to know who your advisor is and to seek their advice each academic semester.
Following are listings of the different degrees and programs available from each college. However, these lists are a starting point and not comprehensive of what each college offers. Check with each advising center for specific information.
What if I have not decided on a major?
At UAA, students who have not chosen a major are Exploratory/Undeclared, and are assigned to a Senior Professional Advisor with the Advising and Testing Center. These professional advisors have a Master’s degree and the necessary expertise to explore your academic and career interests.
Advising & Testing Center
Who can meet with the Advising & Testing Center Advisors?
University Center, Room 112 : (907) 786-4500
Majors & Degree Programs
College of Arts & Sciences
Deborah L. Duricka, Ph.D.
Humanities & Arts Contacts:
College of Business & Public Policy
College of Engineering
Engineer Master's Degree Programs
College of Health
Dr. Quentin Reuer
Allied Health Programs:
Community & Technical College
Bachelor of Science, Technology
Occupational Safety & Health
Process Technology (KPC)