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UAA Adds Alaska Native-Themed GER to Curriculum
As of Fall 2018, students are now required to complete three credits of an Alaska Native-themed (AKNT) General Education Requirement in order to graduate with an Associate of Arts or Baccalaureate degree.
Contact the Alaska Native Programs Team
Administrative Assistant for Student Success Initiatives
Office: ADM 214
Jeane T'áaw xÍwaa Breinig, PhD
Associate Vice Chancellor of Alaska Natives and Diversity
Office: ADM 221
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