Programs 

  Alaska Adult Education

The Alaska Adult Education Program provides foundational academic instruction so individuals can:

  • Advance to a higher academic level
  • Improve job skills
  • Enter post-secondary or vocational training
  • Attain the Diploma of High School Equivalency through the GED Program
Rene Johnson

Rene Johnson

Alaska Adult Education Support Technician

Dillingham

Alex Ting

Alex Ting

Alaska Adult Education Instructor

Dillingham

  Environmental Studies

The mission of the Environmental Studies program is to increase science literacy and to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for individuals to take an active role in the management of the natural resources in and around Bristol Bay.


Occupational Endorsement

Eric Goddard

Eric Goddard

Assistant Professor

Sustainable Energy / Environmental Studies

 
  Sustainable Energy

Whether you like to program computers, install solar panels, design buildings, retrofit homes, develop projects or make local policy, this program will give you the opportunity to apply your skills toward improving energy efficiency and developing local renewable energy systems.

Occupational Endorsement

Eric Goddard

Eric Goddard

Assistant Professor

Sustainable Energy / Environmental Studies

Dr. Tomas Marsik

Dr. Tomas Marsik

Associate Professor

Sustainable Energy

Mark Masteller

Mark Masteller

Assistant Professor

Sustainable Energy

  Marine Advisory Program
The Marine Advisory Program is a statewide outreach and technical assistance program helping Alaskans use, conserve, and enjoy Alaska's marine and coastal resources. The program works to:
  • Assist coastal residents to diversify their community’s economic base through involvement in ventures such as aquaculture, marine recreation and tourism, seafood processing, and direct marketing of Alaska seafood.
  • Enhance the value of commercial fishing, shellfish mariculture, seaweed farming, and seafood processing through training and technical assistance.
  • Contribute to the information base of Alaskans who are making decisions affecting the conservation of the state’s marine resources, or who depend on them for traditional, cultural, recreational or nutritional sustenance.

 

  Nursing and Health Care Programs
The Nursing program trains individuals to become licensed registered nurses. Students need to apply to the AAS in Nursing program.
 
Occupational Endorsements
Certificates 
Students who earn a Pre-Nursing Certificate fulfill half of the requirements to earn an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing.
Associates Degrees
Alaska Native Student Support

Overview

Degree Programs

Bachelor's Degrees
Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Science; Bachelor of Technology (120-130 credits)

Graduate Degrees
Master of Arts, Master of Education, (30-39 credits beyond the Bachelor degree)

 

Occupational Endorsements

These programs are designed to give students occupational training in a specific field. (9-24 credits)    

Certificate and Associate Degree Programs

Certificate - prepares students for entry-level employment or upgrading in a specific occupation. (30 credits)

Associate of Applied Science - prepares students for entry-level employment or upgrading in a specific occupation. (60 credits)

Associate of Science - broad-based course of study with emphasis on science, a steppingstone to a science-related Bachelor's program. (60 credits)

Associate of Arts - program of study with an interdisciplinary approach useful for transferring to future degrees. (60 credits)