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ACCT Accounting

Introduction to accounting concepts and procedures for a business. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle and the recording, summarizing and interpretation of accounting data. Cash flows and financial statements analysis are also covered. ACCT S201 will satisfy the requirements for both ACCT S121 and ACCT S122 in the certificate program. ACCT S121 and ACCT S122 together will substitute for ACCT S201.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50001 JD1 Maren Haavig
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

A continuation of elementary accounting concepts and procedures with the introduction of manufacturing operations and time value of money and cost accounting principles. Job order costing, process costing, cost-volume-profit, budgeting, and variances are introduced.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50002 JD1 Maren Haavig
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ACCT S201 (C- 1.7 or better) and MATH S055 or higher, or instructor permission.

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

ACCT 225
3 CR
Introduction to federal and state laws and regulations that affect payroll and employment practices. Includes topics on accounting concepts and procedures for business. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle and the recording, summarizing, and interpretation of payroll data.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50003 JD1 Paulette Schirmer
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ACCT S100 or ACCT S122 or ACCT S201 (C- 1.70 or better)..

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

ACCT 291
1 - 6 CR
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50004 J01 Maren Haavig
ARR
5/15 - 8/5

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: Course requires a signed Special Course Contract form to register. Contact your Instructor to arrange internship. 1-6 credits (Variable).

Tuition and fees per credit hour: $247; (additional charges may apply)

Design and analysis of accounting systems for business entities in various industries specifically adapted for data processing. Includes data processing application for internal control, payroll, accounts payable and receivable, and other accounting procedures.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50005 JD1 Sherry Hassell
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ACCT S202 (C- 1.70 or better) and three credits of CIS.

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

ACCT 491
1 - 6 CR
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50006 J01 Maren Haavig
ARR
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Instructor Approval Form required.

Section requirement: Course requires a signed Special Corse Contract form to register. Contact instructor to arrange internship. 1-6 credits (Variable).

Tuition and fees per credit hour: $288; (additional charges may apply)

ALST Alaska Studies

ALST 300
3 CR
Provides an overview of the environment and the residents, both indigenous and immigrant, of Alaska. Emphasis is given to the social, economic and political history of Alaska and the religious and educational institutions and laws that affect the people of Alaska. This course meets the state requirement for teacher certification in Alaska History/ Alaska Studies.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50007 JD1 James Marks
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call (907) 796-6076 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

A study of the peoples of Alaska, including Alaska Natives and immigrants and their adaptations to the environment. Archaeological, historic and contemporary periods will be reviewed highlighting events and issues from a range of cultural perspectives.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50008 J01 Paul Ongtooguk
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
7/3 - 7/21
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
7/3 - 7/21

Section requirement: On-site Juneau MAT Secondary program students only. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

An overview of Alaska Studies for children grades K-8. Examination and understanding of Alaska and the North. This course meets the Alaska Department of Education requirement for Alaska Studies.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50009 JD1 Katy Spangler
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
4:30p - 6:00p
5/15 - 8/5
Egan Library 105
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 11:30a
6/5 - 6/9
Egan Library 105
Mon - Fri
12:30p - 3:30p
6/5 - 6/9

Requires travel to Juneau. To arrange UAS housing/meals, call (907) 796-6443. Room location in the Egan Library room 105. Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 6436296. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call 907-796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Cross-listed as ED S603-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

ANTH Anthropology

GER. An introduction to the fundamentals of the four subfields of anthropology: archaeology, cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, and anthropological linguistics. Practical applications of anthropological concepts and perspectives are emphasized. Case materials are drawn from cultures around the world.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51486 KD1 Brandon Chapman
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

ANTH 200
3 CR
An introduction to culture, history, and archaeology of Alaska Natives. Includes environmental settings, languages, socio-economic and subsistence patterns, cultural change, and contemporary issues.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51897 KD1 Brandon Chapman
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

ANTH 205
3 CR
GER. A study of human biology including genetics, human evolution and variation, adaptations, ecology and primatology.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51487 KD1 Jennifer Brown
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $720 (additional charges may apply)

ART Art

ART 160
3 CR
GER. Course is designed to stimulate thought and develop an appreciation of the visual arts. There will be an emphasis on how art is useful in everyday life, how it speaks and what it means.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51708 TD1 Elizabeth Zacher
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

ART 301
3 CR
A continuation of basic ceramics with an emphasis on the potter's wheel, glaze calculations and plaster as it relates to pottery. Four hours lab per week required.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51216 J01 Jeremy Kane
Soboleff 106
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 1:00p
5/15 - 6/15

Prerequisite: ART S201 or permission.

No class Mon 5/29 (Memorial Day holiday).

Tuition and fees: $1014 (additional charges may apply)

ART 401
3 CR
Advanced wheel work and hand building; advanced clay body and glaze calculation as needed. Study of the practical application of ceramics in commercial fields. May be repeated for credit.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51218 J01 Jeremy Kane
Soboleff 106
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 1:00p
5/15 - 6/15

Prerequisite: ART S301 or instructor permission.

No class Mon 5/29 (Memorial Day holiday).

Tuition and fees: $1014 (additional charges may apply)

ASTR Astronomy

ASTR 225
3 CR
GER. Dealing with the physical properties of astronomical bodies, this course is intended for the general student. Earth-based and satellite observation of light, cosmic rays, meteors, stars, galaxies and other extraterrestrial phenomena are included. Discussion will encompass present ideas of the origin of the universe and its future.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51878 TD1 Rosemary Walling
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet, e-mail, and the ability to install software. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Blackboard Collaborate sessions will be optional---live attendance is not required. Students must order books from MBS Direct. For more information go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

BA Business Administration

Business organization, nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration. Opportunities and requirements for professional business careers.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50017 JD1 Michael Boyer
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

BA 251
3 CR
Allows students to explore various techniques for developing effective management skills. Personal skills, interpersonal skills, group skills, and communication skills will be explored. Diagnostic tools, discussion, reflection, self-analysis, and skill practice will be the primary learning methods used. The main objective is for students to develop a personalized plan for professional improvement.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50018 JD1 Haley Johnson
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

Applies techniques of written and oral communications to business situations requiring problem solving and an understanding of human relations. Topics include written communications (letters, memoranda, and reports), oral communications (one-on-one and small group interactions and oral presentations), listening skills, nonverbal communications, and communication technology.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50019 JD1 Elizabeth Hoffman
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 7:00p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: BA S163 or ENGL S111 (C or better) or Business English placement test.

Course meets online via Collaborate, dates TBA (sessions will be recorded for those with time conflicts). Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class as directed on course site. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

Survey of the basics of management. Synthesis of the traditional and contemporary quantitative and behavioral approaches to the subject of management.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50020 JD1 Dustin Hofeling
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Explores the role of information systems in various business contexts from a managerial perspective. Examines ways to improve business processes and decision-making through the use of information systems. Practical application of fundamental principles is emphasized.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51220 JD1 Dustin Hofeling
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: CIS S235 or CIS S240 (C- 1.70 or better).

Stacked with CIS S310-JD1.

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

This course examines business in its relation to the legal and judicial systems and to government regulation. It explores legal concepts and issues pertaining to competition, sales, employees, liabilities and forms of doing business.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50021 JD1 Michael Boyer
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Role of marketing in society and economy; the business firm as a marketing system; management of the firm's marketing effort.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50022 JD1 Ryan Anderson
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Survey course in basic principles of human resource management and administration. Examines HR practices related to recruitment, selection, training, development, compensation, and employee relations.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51221 JD1 Charla Brown
DIST WEB
5/30 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Assists executives, administrators and union business agents in the private and public sectors or students who aspire to such careers in dealing with collective benefit efforts of employees as developed and controlled by tradition, regulatory agencies and the courts. Coursework focuses on organizing, negotiating, arbitrating and the duty of a union to its members.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50024 JD1 Charla Brown
DIST WEB
6/26 - 8/5

Prerequisite: BA S361 (C 2.00 or better).

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

In-depth examination of business policy and strategy. This course integrates the competencies and knowledge from the business disciplines and functional viewpoints into a comprehensive strategic planning and implementation process using a series of case studies and business simulation. Designed as the capstone course for senior B.B.A. students, intended to be taken during the final semester.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50025 JD1 Charla Brown
DIST WEB
5/30 - 8/5

Prerequisite: BA S301, BA S325, BA S343, and either STAT S273 or BA S374 (all C- 1.70 or better).

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Policy decisions and governmental regulations affecting business as well as the social responsibility of business in society.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50027 JD1 Haley Johnson
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ECON S201 or ECON S202 (C- 1.70 or better).

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

BIOL Biology

GER. Introduces human structure and function. The integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems are covered. Recommended for health science students.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51709 TD1 Paul Bahna
DIST COLL
Tue, Thu
6:00p - 8:00p
5/15 - 8/5

Qualification for ENGL 111 highly recommended. Oriented toward health science students. Students participate in real time online meetings and asynchronous recorded lectures as scheduled; attendance is encouraged for live lectures. Lab integrates virtual and hands on activities. Students receive extensive college-level lab supplies. Students must have access to a computer with a microphone, headphones, MS Power-Point, MS Word, and the Internet. Order books from MBS Direct. For more information go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $990 (additional charges may apply)

General introductory microbiology with emphasis on microorganisms as disease causing agents. Fundamentals of microbial biology and diversity including host microbe interactions and epidemiology. Not accepted for Biology major credit. Recommended for health science students.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51712 TD1 Paul Bahna
DIST COLL
Monday
6:00p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: 8 credits in biology or chemistry. BIOL S112 and CHEM S104 recommended.

Order books from MBS Direct. Biology Lab supplies ($321.00+shipping), sign in information on course website. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $965 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52426 J01

Pass/Fail grading.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

CEU Continuing Education

CEU 042
1 CR
“Clean Harbors” is a self-paced, online course intended to help harbor and marina employees effectively manage the various waste streams that are part of operating a marina/harbor facility. The course emphasizes on-the-ground examples and best practices that can be easily implemented to reduce spills, improve waste management, and improve customer services and relations for a clean and strong business. Taking this course engages staff at all levels of your operations in responsibility for waste management and good customer communications.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51996 T79 Jennifer Karnik,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series. Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $25 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
"Customer Service for Ports & Marinas" focuses on improving the customer service skills. Students will learn proven techniques to ascertain what customers want and need so that staff can fine tune operation to meet those expectations. This course highlights ways to know what your competition is doing and methods to stay abreast of industry standards. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52175 T70 Giuseppe Alvarado,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
"Facility Safety" covers the major safety issues dealt with on a day-to-day basis in the harbor. Not only awareness of hazards, but how to prevent/eliminate hazards and protect self, other employees and the public. Safety on the job including educating the public and keeping others safe is emphasized. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52184 T71 Alan Sorum
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
"Fire Safety for Ports & Marinas" focuses on increased awareness of fire hazards as well as provide employees effective measures to prevent and fight fire in the harbor. The course stresses the importance of policy and planning. Employees who complete the course will gain insight into the complex and serious nature of unified fire response. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52220 T74 John Lewis,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
This course will provide you with the knowledge to comply with regulations while providing good guidelines for the prevention of boating related pollution. The course will provide many best management practices for harbors as guidelines for your harbor and will point out best practices for used oil collection, solid and liquid waste materials and hazardous material training. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52230 T76 Randall Nutting,
Alan Sorum
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
"Marine Structures and Materials" covers major marine structures and building materials found in a harbor or small port infrastructure. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages inherent in the design and use of each marine building material will help harbor employees make good choices in their maintenance activities. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52231 T72 Randall Nutting,
Alan Sorum
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
"Oil Spills: Prevention, Preparedness and Response" focuses on understanding the ramifications of oil spills in ports and marinas, the laws attendant on reporting them, how to prevent oil spills, what risks are common in ports and marinas and how to alleviate those risks. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52232 T73 Randall Nutting,
Eric Olsson Jr
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
This course will familiarize employees with the basics of a marina electrical system. The delivery of electrical power is traced from the utility to marina facilities and shore pedestals. Employees will learn about the importance of grounding and bonding, sources and means for prevention of stray and galvanic currents, as well as testing and troubleshooting procedures. Upon completion of the course employees will be prepared to educate boat owners about proper grounding and bonding of on board power systems and to help them reduce damage from electrical corrosion. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52234 T7A Larry Boyer,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 042
1.5 CR
This course deals with the operation and maintenance of marina sanitary sewer systems, and the complexities of providing clean and safe water service for harbor customers. You will learn about the regulations for potable and fire water systems, as well as those for sanitary sewer, the materials, equipment and layout for systems and the best practices for operation and maintenance. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52235 T77 Shannon Kinsella,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

This course focuses on developing a set of documents you can use in your marina to make good planning decisions and ensure its safe and efficient operation. Harbor management plans are comprehensive and usually consider regional needs as well as commercial and recreational needs, waste management, mineral extraction, dredging, public access, habitat, resource protection, water quality, aesthetic values, and public interests, to name just a few key issues. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52233 T75 Randall Nutting,
Alan Sorum
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player.

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

This course provides a survey of all aspects of harbor administration, covering policy, financial, marketing, and security issues. Students will be introduced to modern management practices, and shown how to apply them to their own harbor. Students will learn about best management practices, as well as safety issues that affect harbors and how to mitigate them. This course is part of the Career Training for Ports and Marinas series.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52229 T78 Randall Nutting,
Alan Sorum
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requirements for class: Must have a computer with internet access, speakers OR headphones, personal email address, Adobe Reader Flash Player

Tuition and fees: $37 (additional charges may apply)

The goal of this 8 hr course is to review the information about asbestos abatement work obtained from the initial training and obtain up-to-date information about asbestos abatement operations.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52287 T70 Alan Caldwell,
Adrian Kersten,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/9 - 5/21

This online course requires a current State of Alaska asbestos card and proof of identify in order to enroll. Arrangements for a proctor is required for taking the exam.

Tuition and fees: $20 (additional charges may apply)

This course is the first in a series of two short courses covering basic and intermediate chemistry with applications for water and wastewater utilities. Although a previous knowledge of chemistry is not required, the material is moderately demanding and assumes the ability to manipulate and solve simple arithmetic formulas. This first course covers basic fundamentals of general chemistry including the structure of atoms and compounds, chemical reactions and equations, acids, bases, and salts, and aqueous solutions. The course also includes discussion of alkalinity, hardness, and chlorination. This course has basic, but rigorous content! Students will need basic math skills to use mathematical formulas and solve problem
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52236 T76 Timothy Anderson,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Required equipment: computer with speakers, Internet access, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Flash Player Plugin.

Tuition and fees: $65 (additional charges may apply)

This course is the second in a series of two short courses covering basic and intermediate chemistry with applications for water and wastewater utilities. The first course develops knowledge that will be used in this course. Although not required, it is recommended that learners complete the first course in the series before attempting the second course. The material in this course is demanding and assumes the ability to manipulate and solve simple arithmetic formulas. This second course covers intermediate chemistry topics and specific applications including oxidation and reduction reactions, water softening, iron and manganese, fluoride/fluoridation, corrosion control, and introductions to organic chemistry, biochemistry, and nuclear chemistry.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52237 T77 Timothy Anderson,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Required equipment: computer with speakers, internet access, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Flash Player Plugin.

Tuition and fees: $35 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 044
.5 CR
This short course introduces sewage treatment lagoons and discusses major advantages and disadvantages of their use. The course presents the types of lagoons, the theory of biological stabilization activity within the lagoons, the physical components of lagoons systems, factors affecting waste treatment in a lagoon, routine inspection and maintenance, operational tests and measurements, treatment process control strategies, mathematical calculations related to lagoons, and lagoon safety.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52238 T73 Timothy Anderson,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Required equipment: computer with speakers, Internet access, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Flash Player Plugin Version 10.

Tuition and fees: $12 (additional charges may apply)

The Small Treated Water Systems course was originally designed for operators of small treated water systems in Alaska. Successful completion of this course is a prerequisite for Alaska Small Treated Water System certification. The course is divided into seven modules: Characteristics of Water, Water Sources, Water Systems O&M, Treatment O&M, Disinfection, Regulations and Management, and Math.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52239 T78 Timothy Anderson,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/8 - 8/5

Required equipment: computer with speakers, Internet access, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Flash Player Plugin Version 10.

Tuition and fees: $25 (additional charges may apply)

The Small Untreated Water System Course was originally designed for operators of small untreated water systems in Alaska. Successful completion of this course is a prerequisite for Alaska Small Untreated Water System certification. The course is divided into six modules: Groundwater Basics, Wells, Water System O&M, Passive Treatment O&M, Drinking Water Regulations and Management, and Math.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52240 T79 Timothy Anderson,
Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Required equipment: computer with speakers, Internet access, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Flash Player Plugin.

Tuition and fees: $12 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 045
1 CR
Safe operation of your vessel depends upon a functioning electrical system. Whether it is charging your batteries, running your autopilot, finding fish, anchoring, or enjoying light at night, you and your crew depend upon your electrical system. This course addresses basic electrical concepts as well as specific systems and strategies to troubleshoot problems with them. It explains best practices and helps you recognize when to call in the professionals. NOTE: This course will NOT train you to be a marine electrician.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51972 T78 Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

No notes

Tuition and fees: $25 (additional charges may apply)

CEU 045
.6 CR
This online course is designed for users of Marine Hydraulics, especially commercial fishing vessels. You will learn to: Understand basic theory of common hydraulic systems; Identify hydraulic components; Learn the nomenclature associated with hydraulics; Learn basic troubleshooting techniques; Improve your ability to communicate with service professionals.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51992 T79 Randall Nutting,
Paul Rioux
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

No notes

Tuition and fees: $15 (additional charges may apply)

This course is for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, who want to learn more about strategies for working effectively with afflicted individuals and their families.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51977 T77 Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Course topics include an overview of the disease, stages of the disease, communication strategies, nutrition, activities, ethical and cultural issues, and the caregiver’s role. ** Access to a computer and the internet is required for taking this course.

Tuition and fees: $15 (additional charges may apply)

This course is for caregivers of people who dementia, who want to learn more about dealing with challenging behaviors effectively and with compassion. The course begins with an overview of the following topics: warning signs of Alzheimer’s, realistic expectations for those afflicted, how it impacts communication, person-centered care, and caretaker guidelines. The remaining modules cover: considerations in addressing behavior, common activators, the ABC Method, applying the ABC Method, addressing specific behaviors, bathing considerations, and personal care.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51973 T76 Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Access to a computer and the internet is required for taking this course.

Tuition and fees: $10 (additional charges may apply)

CHEM Chemistry

GER. Fundamentals of chemistry including the historical and descriptive aspects as well as basic mathematical concepts. Prepares students to take CHEM S105.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51713 TD1 Valerie Barber
DIST COLL
Tuesday
6:00p - 8:00p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S105.

Oriented toward health science students. Students participate in real time online meetings and asynchronous recorded lectures as scheduled; attendance is encouraged for live lectures. Lab integrates virtual and hands on activities. Students receive extensive college-level lab supplies. Students must have access to a computer with a microphone, headphones, MS Power-Point, MS Word, and the Internet. Order books from MBS Direct. Order CHEM 103 LabPaq ($205.00+shipping) from holscience.com, sign in information on course website. For more information go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $900 (additional charges may apply)

CIS Computer Info Systems

CIS 105
3 CR
Introduces computer literacy based on national IC3 standards. Topics include computer concepts, file management, basic editing and formatting functions in common software applications, basic troubleshooting for computer hardware and software, current electronic communication tools, Internet research strategies, network terminology and components.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50029 JD1 Tim Powers Jr
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

Use of electronic spreadsheet software as a problem-solving and decision-making tool. Covers creating, designing, and modifying spreadsheets, formulas and charts. Includes simple databases, integration of spreadsheets with other programs, advanced functions, tools, and macros.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50030 JD1 Tim Powers Jr
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: CIS S105 or CIS placement test, and MATH 055 (C or better) or higher math course.

Students will study spreadsheets to an expert level and therefore must have access to Windows with MS Excel 2013 (this is a Windows, not a MAC, product). Requires access to a computer with Internet, and microphone and speakers (or earphones). Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

Explores the role of information systems in various business contexts from a managerial perspective. Examines ways to improve business processes and decision-making through the use of information systems. Practical application of fundamental principles is emphasized.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51481 JD1 Dustin Hofeling
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: CIS S235 or CIS S240 (C- 1.70 or better).

Stacked with BA S310-JD1.

Requires access to a computer with Internet. Registered Students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least one week prior to the first day of class from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

COED Community Education

COED 001
0 CR
Course is for UAS faculty and adjuncts ONLY.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51993 T70 Randall Nutting
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

No notes

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50031 JD1 Janice Hollender
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Section Requirement: Reserved for School of Education program students only. Dropping from this course is not permitted after the course begins. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6414. Orientation to the portfolio management system required for all School of Education students enrolled in a program. Includes rationale, registration and practical applications.

Tuition and fees: $115 (additional charges may apply)

An advanced Tsimshian language course focused on grammar and sentence structure. Students are expected to have the basic vocabulary and foundational knowledge in the language necessary to learn how to compose sentences.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52089 J01 Margaret Anderson,
Velna Nelson
Egan Wing 221
Monday
3:00p - 9:00p
5/15 - 5/15
Egan Wing 219
Tuesday
3:00p - 9:00p
5/16 - 5/16
Egan Wing 221
Wed - Sat
3:00p - 9:00p
5/17 - 5/20

Students are asked to bring their own laptop and a 10GB jump drive to use for composition. If you are interested in enrolling, please email Dr. Miquel Dangeli at mdangeli@alaska.edu.

Tuition and fees: $500 (additional charges may apply)

COMM Communication

GER. Practical application of the theories of interaction, information sharing, decision making, team building, and problem solving processes to small group situations. Principles of conflict, leadership, group roles, self-evaluation, evidence, and reasoning are explored through group observation, practice and analysis.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51489 KD1 Clare Bennett
DIST ELIVE
Tue, Thu
1:30p - 2:50p
5/15 - 7/15

Prerequisite: ENGL S111 (C or better) or instructor permission.

Delivered via web with required live online meetings. Requires access to email, MSWord and microphone/headset. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

DESL Diesel Technology

DESL 291
3 CR
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50035 J01 Tom Dolan
ARR
5/15 - 8/5

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: Instructor approval required to register. Contact your advisor to arrange internship.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

ECE Early Childhood Education

Guidance and management practices based on multiple aspects of typical and atypical child development; current research and theories of child development; using developmentally effective approaches to connect with children and families; techniques to support trust building and promote healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging learning environments for young children with and without exceptional learning needs. 25 hours lab required. Grade of B or better required for degree program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50036 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST ELIVE
Monday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 6/24

Requires 25 hours lab outside class. Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Cross-listed as EDSE S609-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

ECON Economics

GER. Provides an introduction to aggregate economic activity. Topics include GDP, inflation, unemployment, monetary and fiscal policy, and economic growth. Particular attention is paid to models addressing macroeconomic equilibrium and the business cycle. Students planning to take both semesters of economic principles are advised but not required to take ECON S202 first.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51490 KD1 Ann Spehar
DIST WEB
6/26 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S105 or concurrent enrollment.

Delivered via web. Students are required to listen to recorded lectures and videos weekly. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. For book information, go to course website. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

GER. Presents the tools and concepts needed for analysis of economic decision-making at the level of the individual (consumer, firm, government), and explores how those decisions affect market outcomes such as prices and output. International trade will also be explored. Students planning to take both semesters of economic principles are advised but not required to take ECON S202 first.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51491 KD1 Ann Spehar
DIST WEB
6/26 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S105 or concurrent enrollment.

Delivered via web. Students are required to listen to recorded lectures and videos weekly. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Go to course website for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

EDET ED: Educational Technology

Students gain basic and intermediate programming skills for the purpose of manipulating robotics, drones, and wearable technology.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50085 JD1 Virgil Fredenberg
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call 907-796-6424. or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Programming and robotics, including drone creation and wearable technologies, are on the horizon for K-12 classrooms. This course assists participants in learning the basics of programming, and gaining confidence with robotics and mechanical applications of programming, for the purpose of manipulating robotics, drones and wearable technology.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

EDET 678
3 CR
Explores trends on the horizon for educational technology and learning which are expected to be implemented into the K-12 classroom within the next ten years.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50086 JD1 Virgil Fredenberg
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with high speed Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call 907-796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Assists students in anticipating and preparing for new trends in technology use, and to consider their impact in the classroom. Explores trends on the horizon for educational technology and learning which are expected to be implemented into the K-12 classroom within the next ten years.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50087 JD1 Lee Graham
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Participants begin with a three week intensive certification experience in facilitating online learning. The students will instruct an online class to K-12 or higher education students. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor. The student's graduate committee may require an oral defense of either option.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51483 JD1 Virgil Fredenberg
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

Requires access to a computer with high speed Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call 907-796-6082 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the conceptual framework of the UAS School of Education. Students creating a portfolio should request portfolio criteria from the School of Education or their graduate advisor.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

EDMA Educ: Mathematics Education

Examines the underlying concepts of calculus and trigonometry connected to the mathematical concepts in the typical K-8 math curriculum. Emphasizes current instructional and assessment practices in mathematics that are research and standards based and promote student understanding of the basic concepts on which trigonometry and calculus are founded.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50088 JD1 Virgil Fredenberg
DIST ELIVE
Tue - Fri
5:00p - 8:00p
5/16 - 6/2

Prerequisite: EDMA S614.

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order textbooks from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ or call 1-800-352-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6082.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor. The student's graduate committee may require an oral defense of either option.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50090 JD1 Virgil Fredenberg
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6082. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the conceptual framework of the UAS School of Education. Students creating a portfolio should request portfolio criteria from the School of Education or their graduate advisor.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

EDRE Educ: Reading Specialist

Core emphasis is the research on sociolinguistics as it relates to reading. Focus is on language acquisition, dialect, and home and community influences. The history and philosophy of reading are also course components.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50091 JD1 Lisa Richardson
DIST ELIVE
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
6/26 - 7/14

Prerequisite: Admission to M.Ed. Reading program or permission.

Course delivered by online web meeting sessions via Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order textbooks from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on teaching reading and writing using a variety of reading, writing and study strategies and proven, effective practices for a broad range of students, including those with special needs. Topics include reading comprehension, word identification, vocabulary, spelling, study skills, and the writing process, including planning and mechanics. The Alaska Standards for English/Language Arts and the assessment of reading and writing skills and proficiencies are emphasized. Students will teach their own students how to improve their reading and writing, and will develop and implement a classroom-based comprehensive reading program they will share as a model for a school program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50092 JD1 Lisa Richardson
DIST WEB
5/24 - 5/31
Egan Wing 219
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
6/1 - 6/23
Egan Wing 219
Mon - Fri
1:00p - 4:00p
6/1 - 6/23
Egan Wing 219
Sun, Sat
8:00a - 9:00p
6/1 - 6/23
Egan Wing 218
All Week
9:00a - 9:00p
6/1 - 6/21
Egan Wing 219
Mon - Fri
4:15p - 9:00p
6/1 - 6/23
Egan Wing 224
All Week
9:00a - 9:00p
6/1 - 6/21

Prerequisite: EDRE S675.

Requires travel to Juneau. UAS Housing updates will be coordinated through M.Ed. Reading program coordinator. Daily practicum hours in Juneau schools to be arranged by M.Ed. Reading program coordinator. The first week will be delivered asynchronously and the remaining class sessions will be face to face in Juneau. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas. alaska. edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6050.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50093 JD1 Lisa Richardson
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: M.Ed. Reading program students only. Students must complete all other program courses prior to enrolling EDRE S698. Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For registration information call (907) 796-6424.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

ED Education

Provides an overview of applied technology in K-12 education. Topics include the use of tool software, telecommunications, computer-assisted instruction, and multimedia in the classroom. Also addresses classroom management technology. Concepts learned in class will be applied in practice.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50040 JD1
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. No textbook. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information call (907) 796-6424. or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $741 (additional charges may apply)

Introduction to current philosophies of art education for elementary and middle-school students. Skills and techniques needed for teachers to provide effective art programs.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50042 JD1 Katy Spangler,
Karmen Staveland
DIST AUDIO
Wednesday
7:15p - 8:45p
5/17 - 6/7

Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 1331499. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

Introduction to current philosophies in physical education for elementary and middle-school students. Skills and techniques needed by elementary school teachers to provide a sound physical education program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50043 JD1 Kelly Mccormick
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
7:15p - 8:45p
6/14 - 7/5

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

Introduction to the current theories of music instruction. Skills and techniques needed by elementary and middle-school teachers to provide an effective music program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50044 JD1 Ingrid Lindberg
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
7:15p - 8:45p
7/12 - 8/2

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

Introduction to current philosophies and practices in health education for elementary and middle-school students. Knowledge and skills needed for teachers to provide effective health education.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50045 JD1 Alberta Jones
DIST ELIVE
Monday
6:00p - 7:00p
5/15 - 6/12

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call 1-907-796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

Study learning theories by examining accounts from educational psychology and the original writings of leading learning theorists. Special emphasis is placed on the curricular, instructional, and assessment practices that are promoted by these different learning theories.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50046 JD1 Jeffrey Lofthus
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
6:00p - 7:00p
5/15 - 8/5

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Investigation of the major concepts and issues in multicultural education with emphasis on the dimensions of content integration, knowledge construction, prejudice reduction, equity pedagogy, and empowering school culture. Includes issues regarding the education of Alaska Natives with attention to cultural standards.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51492 KD1 Brandon Chapman
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. Registration ends June 30. In order to earn a final grade or an incomplete, all lessons with the exception of the final project must be submitted by August 4. Students who have completed all lessons will be given until November 3 to submit the final project. Students registering after June 16 must contact the instructor immediately to discuss a course completion timeline. Go to UASOnline for course information. Students must order books; go to http://bookstorembsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $798 (additional charges may apply)

Introduces teachers to the study of children's and young adult literature using materials set in Alaska. Addresses literary, informational and artistic elements; indigenous stories; evaluating and selecting quality K-8 literature; and response to literature. Students will read a wide selection of materials, and practice a variety of activities for use in the K-8 classroom. Students need access to children’s books through a local library, interlibrary loan, or bookstore. Students will work in a school, library, or other children’s program to complete assignments.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50048 JD1 Katy Spangler
DIST AUDIO
Monday
4:30p - 6:00p
5/15 - 8/5

Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 6436296. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

ED 593
1 CR
Educators will be trained by culture bearers and Goldbelt Heritage Foundation staff to develop youth success and cultural heritage units (5 lessons). Units will meet Tlingit criteria for cultural inclusion and meet state and school district curriculum standards.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52432 J04 Paul Berg
JUNEAU
Saturday
9:00a - 2:00p
5/20 - 5/20
JUNEAU
Sunday
8:00a - 4:30p
6/11 - 6/11
JUNEAU
Wednesday
8:00a - 12:00p
6/21 - 6/21

Prerequisite: Professional development credit for certified teachers only.

For more information call the SOE, (907) 723-7758. Sponsor: Goldbelt Heritage Foundation. Loc: Juneau. Final assignment due 8/11/2017.

Tuition and fees: $45 (additional charges may apply)

Participants from across the state will learn how to apply brain research into classroom practice and understand how the arts increase student engagement and achievement. The arts learning strands will include visual arts, media arts, movement and Tlingit and Athabascan cultural arts. A Focus will be on arts integration as it relates to special education as well as trauma-informed instructional techniques for students who score high on the adverse childhood experiences scale. K-12 teachers will work with arts integration experts, local artists and cultural leaders to explore a variety of arts activities and teaching techniques that can be used to integrate the arts into classroom curriculum. The cultural arts strand will focus on an understanding of cultural knowledge and history as it applies to contemporary life, education and arts integration.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52477 J05 Jessica Christianson
SITKA
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 4:30p
6/5 - 6/15
SITKA
Friday
8:30a - 11:00a
6/16 - 6/16

Prerequisite: Professional development credit for certified teachers only.

For more information call the SOE, (907) 723-7758. Sponsor: Alaska Arts Education Consortium. Loc: Sitka Fine Arts Camp.

Tuition and fees: $90 (additional charges may apply)

In association with the 2017 UAS Summer in the Rainforest event, students will explore the creative core of both teaching and the arts. Participants will engage in hands-on indigenous visual arts, performing arts, and writing workshops and will learn from practicing UAS faculty artist instructors.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52009 J02 Frank Coenraad
FIELD DAY
Sunday
8:45a - 3:00p
7/30 - 7/30
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 4:00p
7/31 - 8/4
Egan Wing 224
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 4:00p
7/31 - 8/4
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 4:00p
7/31 - 8/4
Egan Wing 223
Mon - Thu
8:45a - 4:00p
7/31 - 8/4
Egan Wing 224
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 223
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 220
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 221
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4

Prerequisite: Professional development credit for certified teachers only.

For more information call the SOE, (907) 796-6050. Sponsor: Goldbelt/UAS. Loc: Junea UAS campus. Final assignment due 8/11/2017.

Tuition and fees: $60 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52257 J03 Lorrie Heagy
Egan Wing 221
Sunday
5:00p - 7:00p
7/23 - 7/23
Egan Wing 224
Sunday
5:00p - 7:00p
7/23 - 7/23
Egan Wing 220
Sunday
5:00p - 7:00p
7/23 - 7/23
Egan Wing 223
Sunday
5:00p - 7:00p
7/23 - 7/23
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 5:00p
7/24 - 7/28
Egan Wing 224
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 5:00p
7/24 - 7/28
Egan Wing 223
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 5:00p
7/24 - 7/28
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 5:00p
7/24 - 7/28
FIELD DAY
Sunday
8:00a - 3:00p
7/30 - 7/30
Egan Wing 223
Mon, Tue, Wed
8:45a - 5:00p
7/31 - 8/2
Egan Wing 221
Mon, Tue, Wed
8:45a - 5:00p
7/31 - 8/2
Egan Wing 220
Mon, Tue, Wed
8:45a - 5:00p
7/31 - 8/2
Egan Wing 224
Mon, Tue, Wed
8:45a - 5:00p
7/31 - 8/2
Egan Wing 220
Thursday
8:45a - 4:00p
8/3 - 8/3
Egan Wing 221
Thursday
8:45a - 4:00p
8/3 - 8/3
Egan Wing 224
Thursday
8:45a - 4:00p
8/3 - 8/3
Egan Wing 223
Thursday
8:45a - 4:00p
8/3 - 8/3
Egan Wing 221
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 224
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 223
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4
Egan Wing 220
Friday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/4 - 8/4

No notes

Tuition and fees: $90 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on the orientation of the candidate to the role of superintendent. There are four key areas covered. These include and overview, characteristics of highly effective superintendents, a draft entry plan, and evaluation of the superintendent.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50064 JD1 Shawn Arnold
DIST ELIVE
Wed, Fri
8:00a - 12:00p
7/5 - 7/7
DIST ELIVE
Tue, Thu
8:00a - 12:00p
7/11 - 7/13

Prerequisite: Professional development credit for certified teachers only.

For more information call the PEC, (907) 796-6045. Sponsor UAS PEC/Education Leadership. Loc: Distance online web meetings.

Tuition and fees: $45 (additional charges may apply)

Engages educators from Southeast Alaska with CRE Best Practices in curriculum, instruction, and effective teaching and learning. Will feature key note speakers and presenters through break out sessions with an emphasis on equity and education, decolonization and system change, and cultures and languages of Southeast Alaska Natives and their children.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51836 J01 Jacqueline Kookesh
JUNEAU
Thursday
2:00p - 4:30p
6/1 - 6/3
JUNEAU
Fri, Sat
8:30a - 4:30p
6/2 - 6/3

Prerequisite: Professional development credit for certified teachers only.

For more information call the SOE, (907) 796-6050. Sponsor: Sealaska Heritage Institute. Loc: Juneau School District. Final assignment due 6/30/2017.

Tuition and fees: $45 (additional charges may apply)

An overview of Alaska Studies for children grades K-8. Examination and understanding of Alaska and the North. This course meets the Dept. of Education requirement for Alaska Studies.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50065 JD1 Katy Spangler
DIST AUDIO
Wednesday
4:30p - 6:00p
5/15 - 8/5
Egan Library 105
Mon - Fri
12:30p - 3:30p
6/5 - 6/9
Egan Library 105
Mon - Fri
8:30a - 11:30a
6/5 - 6/9

Requires travel to Juneau. To arrange UAS housing/meals, call (907) 796-6443. Room location in the Egan Library room 105. Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 6436296. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online course information and to edit their personal profile. For more information, call (907) 796-6533 or 1866-465-6424 toll-free. Cross-listed as ALST S603-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on systematic ways to use best leadership practices and appropriate technologies to improve student achievement. Analyzes how to align strategies to implement effective change to address clearly stated student achievement outcomes. Learners will build or refine a technology plan for their district and demonstrate an understanding of future-focused leadership.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50066 JD1 Mary Wegner
DIST ELIVE
Mon - Fri
12:30p - 3:00p
7/17 - 7/28

Prerequisite: ED S627

Section requirement: Superintendency cohort 2 students.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A basic definition of curriculum; the need for curriculum improvement; criteria for selection of broad goals; types of curriculum framework; and the organization of specific learning experiences as part of the curriculum structure. Study of the backward design technique.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50067 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST WEB
6/26 - 7/28

Requires concurrent enrollment in one of: ED S615, ED S616, ED S617, or ED S618.

Course delivered asynchronously Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $509 (additional charges may apply)

ED 627
3 CR
Techniques of educational research; selection of topics and problems, data gathering, interpretation and preparation of reports.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50070 J01 Gina Pastos
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
2:40p - 4:50p
7/5 - 7/28

Section requirement: Admission to the M.Ed. Educational Leadership program. On-site Juneau location. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A review of relevant learning theories, learning styles, differentiation of instruction and assessment for special needs students. Activities guide students to integrate learning theories, basic teaching skills, and field-based applications. Students apply instructional strategies that promote optimal learning in order to structure the classroom environment for success.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50071 J01 Scott Christian
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
6/12 - 6/30
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Fri
9:00a - 12:00p
6/12 - 6/30

Prerequisite: Current teaching certificate or permission.

Section requirement: On-site Juneau MAT Secondary program students only. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Introduces educational leadership with a focus on leadership theory, change strategies, data-based decision making, school improvement, supervision, school law, systems theory, managing federal mandates, issues in Alaskan education, and school-community relations, all with an emphasis on student achievement.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50073 J01 Gerald Schoenberger
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
7:30a - 2:30p
7/5 - 7/28

Prerequisite: Admissions to MEd in Educational Leadership.

Section requirement: Admission to the M.Ed. Educational Leadership program. On-site Juneau location. On-site Juneau location. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online.

Tuition and fees: $4734 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on board/superintendent relations, with a secondary focus on governance documents, educational law and policy, and negotiated agreements. Additional emphasis is on ethical decision making. Students will review and discuss the variety of ethical issues that superintendents and their educational communities address, and their impact on governance.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50074 JD1 Peggy Cowan
DIST ELIVE
Mon - Fri
8:00a - 12:00p
7/17 - 7/28

Prerequisite: ED S627

Section requirement: Superintendency cohort students.

Tuition and fees: $1018 (additional charges may apply)

ED 647
2 CR
Designed to help the candidate gain the knowledge and skills necessary to establish, maintain and enhance relationships and to involve and communicate effectively with various constituencies such as parents, community members, teachers, personnel, district administrators, board members and other related entities that facilitate the development, education, and socialization of students in a community.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50075 JD1 Shawn Arnold
DIST ELIVE
Mon - Fri
10:45a - 1:15p
6/5 - 6/16

Prerequisite: ED S627

Section requirement: Superintendency cohort students.

Tuition and fees: $1018 (additional charges may apply)

Designed to assist practicing school leaders to implement, analyze and monitor the diverse programs and management systems in a school district. Introduces students to the tools and resources available to fully analyze and utilize data-driven decision making. Components of representative educational systems within and outside the U.S. will be studied. Students will develop and submit an Action Plan for School Improvement based on current research and evidence of best practices, as well as reflective papers on diverse educational systems.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50076 JD1 Shawn Arnold
DIST ELIVE
Mon - Fri
8:00a - 10:30a
6/5 - 6/16

Prerequisite: ED S627

Section requirement: Superintendency cohort students.

Tuition and fees: $1018 (additional charges may apply)

Students will learn reading strategies that support literacy in the content areas and disciplines. Course will focus on the interrelated processes of writing, reading, listening, and speaking in the literacy development of students. Some emphasis will be given to the use of technology as a tool to enhance content area literacy. The role of teacher as researcher will also be explored.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50077 J01 Janet Valentour
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Fri
1:00p - 4:00p
6/12 - 6/30
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Fri
1:00p - 4:00p
6/12 - 6/30

Section requirement: On-site Juneau MAT Secondary program students only.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on effective ways of accommodating cultural diversity in the classroom, and facilitating appreciation of the differences that exist among people. Explores ways teachers and school systems can support equitable learning for all students. Includes issues of the indigenous populations of Alaska and rural schooling, with attention to the Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools. Explores possibilities in prejudice reduction, curricular inclusion, an empowering school culture, and an equity pedagogy.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50078 J01 Angela Lunda
Egan Wing 220
Mon - Fri
1:00p - 4:00p
7/3 - 7/21
Egan Wing 221
Mon - Fri
1:00p - 4:00p
7/3 - 7/21

Section requirement: Admission to the MAT Secondary program cohort students only.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50079 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Course delivered asynchronously. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Supervised teaching in elementary or secondary schools. The department may limit registration, determine assignments, and prescribe the number of teaching hours required. Grade of B or better is required for the degree program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52063 JD1 Katy Spangler
ARR
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: Approval for student teaching and 3.00 GPA in program sequence.

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Choose this course if your student teaching supervisor must travel by plane to supervise you. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $2127 (additional charges may apply)

Provides a synthesis of the knowledge and skills developed by candidates relative to educational leadership. Includes individual presentation and assessment based on the standards for leadership, and examines the challenges of being an educational leader. Focuses on balance and logistics of leading a school through an improvement effort while maintaining order in the school's daily operations.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50080 J01 Gerald Schoenberger
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
7:30a - 2:30p
6/5 - 6/30

Prerequisite: ED S639.

Section requirement: M.Ed. Educational Leadership program students only. On-site Juneau location. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6045.

Tuition and fees: $4651 (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor. The student's graduate committee may require an oral defense of either option.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50082 J01 Gerald Schoenberger
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
2:45p - 6:45p
6/5 - 6/30

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

On-site Juneau location. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6525.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor. The student's graduate committee may require an oral defense of either option.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50084 JD4 Katy Spangler
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: Distance MAT Elementary program students only. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order textbooks from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. To register call (907) 694-7019 or e-mail katy.spangler@uas.alaska.edu. 1-3 credits (variable).

Tuition and fees per credit hour: $509; (additional charges may apply)

A research paper, project, or a professional portfolio, jointly approved by the student's graduate committee and the student; to coincide with the student's professional objectives. The portfolio should document the required knowledge and ability to apply the standards set by the UAS School of Education. Portfolio criteria should be obtained from the School of Education or the graduate advisor. The student's graduate committee may require an oral defense of either option.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50083 JD1 Shawn Arnold
DIST ELIVE
6/5 - 6/16

Prerequisite: Permission of graduate advisor and instructor required.

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: Superintendency cohort students.

Tuition and fees: $509 (additional charges may apply)

EDSE Education: Special Education

Evidence-based strategies to individualize instruction for students with low-incidence disabilities; the development and implementation of Individualized Education Programs for students with intensive needs. Emphasizes functional academics and self-help skills.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50094 JD1 Jill Burkert
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: EDSE S482.

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate and audio conference. Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 7797550. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S612.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Evidence-based strategies to individualize instruction for students with high-incidence disabilities; the development and implementation of Individualized Education Programs for students with mild to moderate disabilities. Emphasizes access to the general curriculum.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50095 JD1 Heather Batchelder
DIST ELIVE
Monday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: EDSE S482.

Section requirement: BA Special Education program students only. Course delivered synchronously through online web meetings via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with high speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S622.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Models, theories, laws, and philosophies that form the basis for special education practice. Characteristics and educational implications of various exceptionalities; models of consultation and collaboration between general and special educators; strategies for supporting students with exceptional learning needs in inclusive settings.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50096 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE 682.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50097 JD2 Heather Batchelder
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: For Special Education BA and MAT program students only. Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Concepts, strategies, and issues involved with supporting secondary students with exceptional learning needs as they transition from high school to other educational, vocational, residential, and/or community contexts. Emphasizes the development and implementation of the transition components of the Individualized Education Program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50098 JD1 Jill Burkert
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: EDSE S482.

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S685.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

Typical and atypical human growth and development in early childhood; family systems and the role of families in supporting development; effects of cultural and linguistic differences on growth and development; cultural perspectives influencing relationships among families, schools, and communities; development and implementation of Individual Family Services Plans and Individual Education Programs for young children with exceptional learning needs. Requires Internet access.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50099 JD1 Heather Batchelder
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 6/24

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Guidance and management practices based on multiple aspects of typical and atypical child development; current research and theories of child development; using developmentally effective approaches to connect with children and families; techniques to support trust building and promote healthy, respectful, supportive, and challenging learning environments for young children with and without exceptional learning needs. 25 hours lab required. Grade of B or better required for degree program.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50100 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST ELIVE
Monday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 6/24

Requires 25 hours lab outside class. Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. Order books from MBS at direct.mbsbooks.com/ualaska.htm or call 1-800-325-3252. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Cross-listed as ECE S609-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Evidence-based strategies to individualize instruction for students with low incidence disabilities; the development and implementation of Individual Education Programs for students with intensive needs. Emphasizes functional academics and self-help skills. Requires Internet access.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50101 JD1 Jill Burkert
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate and audio conference. Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 7797550. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S412.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Evidence-based strategies to individualize instruction for students with with high incidence disabilities; the development and implementation of Individual Education Programs for students with mild to moderate disabilities. Emphasizes access to the general curriculum. Requires Internet access.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50102 JD1 Heather Batchelder
DIST ELIVE
Monday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Special Education program students only. Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S422.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Models, theories, laws, and philosophies that form the basis for special education practice. Characteristics and educational implications of various exceptionalities. Models of consultation and collaboration between general and special educators; strategies for supporting students with exceptional learning needs in inclusive settings. Requires Internet access.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50103 JD1 Susan Andrews
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 8/5

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S482-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Concepts, strategies, and issues involved with supporting secondary students with exceptional learning needs as they transition from high school to other educational, vocational, residential, and/or community contexts. Emphasizes the development and implementation of the transition components of the Individual Education Program. Requires Internet access.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50104 JD1 Jill Burkert
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
5:30p - 8:30p
5/15 - 6/24

Course delivered synchronously through online web meeting sessions via Blackboard Collaborate. Requires access to a computer with High Speed Internet and e-mail. If unfamiliar in using Collaborate, contact the Help desk at 1-877-465-6400 or www.uas.alaska.edu/helpdesk prior to the start of class for a tutorial. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6424 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free. Stacked with EDSE S485-JD1.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

EDSE 698
3 CR
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50105 JD1 Jill Burkert
DIST ELIVE
5/15 - 8/5

Course meetings arranged individually as needed, either via Blackboard Collaborate or Audio: call 1-866-832-7806, pin 7797550. Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Access this course from UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online. For more information call (907) 796-6533 or 1-866-465-6424 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

ENGL English

ENGL 092
4 CR
Students will study writing as a process of composition and communication, and will write short essays directed at a variety of audiences. Review of basic grammar, mechanics, and usage will receive special attention. Reading strategies will be discussed and students will be encouraged to read interactively. Courses below 100 level are not applicable toward degrees.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51714 TD1 Amelia Emmens-Budd
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: English placement test.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $900 (additional charges may apply)

GER. Instruction in techniques of essay organization and development, research, and analytical reading and writing. A critical analysis and research paper are required.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51494 KD1 Emily Wall
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S110 (C or better) or placement test.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

GER. This course focuses on exploring, understanding, and appreciating literature, which will generate analytical student writing. Students write analyses of at least three works from the various genres (poetry, short fiction, drama, and novel or film). Traditional literary research among critical sources leads to at least one research paper.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51495 KD1 Emily Wall
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S111 (C or better) or placement test.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http;//bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

ENGL 212
3 CR
GER. Composition of professional correspondence and technical reports. A broad range of college and career writing skills including audience analysis, readability and effective style. Significant critical reading and major investigative report required.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51496 KD1 Dawn Montgomery
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S111 (C or better).

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and Microsoft Office. Microphone/headset is optional, but will allow student to communicate during optional online meetings. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Knights and ladies, warriors and magicians, quests and dragons; all this awaits in major works of the Middle Ages. Explore the historical context and social issues raised in these enduring tales. Trace their footprints in one of the bestsellers of the 20th century, Tolkein's Lord of the Rings. All works will be read in modern English.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51217 J01 Nina Chordas
Egan Wing 223
Mon, Wed
5:15p - 9:00p
5/15 - 6/24
Egan Wing 112
Wednesday
5:15p - 9:00p
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S211.

No class Mon 5/29 (Memorial Day holiday). ENGL S418 may be repeated for credit when content varies.

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

ENVS Environmental Science

ENVS 491
1 CR
Part-time work in an approved science agency where the student is supervised by a senior employee of the agency in cooperation with the faculty advisor.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52312 J02 Jason Amundson
ARR
5/15 - 8/5

No notes

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

This 8-week field course integrates field techniques in glacial geomorphology and glaciology, and explores the key relationships between the Earth, atmospheric, and climate sciences. Students will conduct original research on the icefield and present their findings at the end of the course. Research projects may be associated with ongoing research or new projects developed by the students and instructor.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50108 J01 Matthew Beedle
FIELD OVERNIGHT
All Week
8:00a - 8:00p
6/23 - 8/18
6/23 - 8/18

Prerequisite: Instructor permission.

Course continues through fall term with a final exam in December. Supported by the Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research (FGER). Takes place on the Juneau Icefield.

Tuition and fees: $402 (additional charges may apply)

FT Fisheries Tech

Presents common sampling and monitoring techniques and parameters utilized by fish technicians in Alaska fisheries. Provides instruction on field safety and survival techniques. Introduces students to nets, stream survey techniques, intertidal assessment, fish counts, habitat assessment, and data collection, recording, and presentation.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52467 TD2 Reid Brewer
DIST
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: FT S274 or concurrent enrollment, or former FT S273.

This eLearning course is delivered entirely on an iPad. Students will be required to call in three times throughout the semester. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support. Directed study for: Wesley Shipley

Tuition and fees: $775 (additional charges may apply)

Work in an approved fisheries agency or natural resource based industry with a fisheries emphasis. The student is to be supervised by a senior employee of the agency in cooperation with the faculty advisor.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51722 TD1 Reid Brewer
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Requires access to a computer with Internet and e-mail. Initial communication at the start of the semester to develop contract paperwork for internship. Students will check in monthly with instructor. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees per credit hour: $225; (additional charges may apply)

GEOG Geography

World regions; analysis of environment with emphasis on the major culture realms.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51497 KD1 John Radzilowski
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

GEOG 491
1 CR
Part-time work in an approved science agency or natural resource based industry. The student is to be supervised by a senior employee of the agency in cooperation with the faculty member.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52305 J01 Eran Hood
ARR
5/15 - 8/5

Signed instructor approval form is required in order to register.

Pass/Fail grading.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $288 (additional charges may apply)

HIM Health Information Management

Focused coverage of computational skills in health information management related to administrative and financial functions, including arithmetic review, percentages, interest, ratio, proportion, unit factors, graphs, descriptive and inferential statistics that are unique to HIM. This course is applicable only to the Health Information Management AAS degree.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51723 TD1 Bev Siercks
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Placement into MATH S055 or higher.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

HIM 135
3 CR
An introduction to root forms, prefixes and suffixes, and medical abbreviations. Focus is on terminology of body systems related to symptomatology, diseases and treatment.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51724 TD1 Amy Samuel
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ENGLS110 or higher placement test.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Introduction to total quality management and improvement including history, philosophy, definitions, and tools. Explores performance improvement through review of case studies, with an overview of the historical development of case management. Introduces project management as related to HIM and implementation of electronic health information.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52121 TD1 Leslie Gordon
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: HIM S111 and admission to HIM program.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support. Directed Study for: Catherine Villaflores

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Provides a review of AHIMA skills needed to prepare for the Registered Health information Technician (RHIT) credential examination.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51725 TD1 Leslie Gordon
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Completion of all HIM lower level program with C or higher, or concurrent enrollment.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $225 (additional charges may apply)

Seventy-five hours of professional internship in an assigned health care setting. Application of operational management theory for a health information service. Orientation to all aspects of practice as a health information manager. Completion of management projects designed jointly by student and clinical supervisor. Student writes project report and site evaluation.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51726 TD1 Leslie Gordon
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: HIM S280 (may be taken concurrently).

Thursday class meeting is only for the first 3 weeks of semester, before internship begins. Addition fees: Fingerprint/background check/driving record, and immunizations. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $450 (additional charges may apply)

HIST History

HIST 341
3 CR
The Russian background; acquisition, settlement and development of Alaska as an American territory and the 49th State.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51498 KD1 John Radzilowski
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
4:30p - 5:50p
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Six credits of history or permission.

Delivered via web with required live online meetings. Requires access to email, MSWord and microphone/headset. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information. This course meets the State of Alaska Department of Education and Early Development certification for Alaska Studies.

Tuition and fees: $798 (additional charges may apply)

Explores current issues concerning a historical method or topic in depth. Includes such fields as area studies, comparative history, cultural history, economic history, ethnic or gender studies, political or social history. May be repeated for credit providing the content differs.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50109 J01 David Noon
Egan Wing 112
Tue, Thu
5:30p - 8:45p
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S111 and six credits of history, or instructor permission.

Examination of the ways that narrative film has represented, evaluated, critiqued, and mythologized the history of the United States since the early 20th century. Films screened will include "Birth of a Nation," "Modern Times," "All the President's Men," and "Milk."

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

HS Health Science

Trains students in basic skills needed to assist nurses and to be efficient health care team members. Successful students qualify to sit for the Alaska State Nurse Aide certification exam. Minimum 75 lecture hours and 80 lab/practicum hours.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50110 J01 Suzanne Malter
Technical Ed Center 119
Tue - Fri
8:30a - 3:30p
6/6 - 6/30
Technical Ed Center 119
Sun, Sat
8:30a - 3:30p
6/10 - 6/11
Technical Ed Center 119
Mon, Fri
8:30a - 3:30p
7/10 - 7/24
Wildflower Ct. (Hospital)
Tue, Wed, Thu
6:00a - 2:30p
7/11 - 7/20

Prerequisite: Instructor approval and completed application with criminal background check, health examination, current TB test and immunizations.

Pick-up and return completed applications to the Health Sciences Program Coordinator at (907) 796-6128 or e-mail cjurata@uas.alaska.edu. Completed applications include personal data, health screening form (including TB test), and criminal background check and are required. Please note that clinical days will be from 6:00a to 2:30p.

Tuition and fees: $2773 (additional charges may apply)

Non-laboratory overview of human structure and function. Includes the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Applicable only to Medical Assisting Certificate.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51727 TD1 Amy Samuel
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: HS S135 (C- or higher) or concurrent enrollment.

For more information students can go to : www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Focused coverage of quantitative methods in health care, including arithmetic review, percentages, interest, ratio, proportion, dimensional analysis, metric system, medication calculation, graphs, charts and measurement instruments.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51728 TD1 Bev Siercks
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S054 with a C (2.00) or better, or placement into MATH S055 or higher.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

HS 135
3 CR
An introduction to root forms, prefixes and suffixes, and medical abbreviations. Focus is on terminology of body systems related to symptomatology, diseases and treatment.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51729 TD1 Amy Samuel
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Placement at ENGL S110 or higher.

For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

HUM Humanities

HUM 499
3 CR
Helps students synthesize learning and skills acquired in their undergraduate program and prepare them for postgraduate life. Opportunities to reflect on choices and consequences, to articulate ideas and experiences, is facilitated by texts and discussion. Students prepare a portfolio and will present their work at an instructor-approved conference or forum. Pass/Fail grading.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52049 KD1 William Urquhart Ii
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Senior standing in a UAS degree program.

Pass/Fail grading.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $798 (additional charges may apply)

JOUR Journalism

GER. A survey of the mass communications media and their functions in modern society. Topics include newspapers, magazines, books, movies, radio, television, the advertising and public relations industries, and the convergence of mass media in the digital environment.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51731 TD1 Steven Muntz
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

For more information go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support. Order books from MBS Direct.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

MATH Mathematics

MATH 054
3 CR
Topics include operations and applications of whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions, percents, geometry and measures, evaluation of algebraic expressions and applications.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51748 TD1 Teresa Holt
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Placement test.

Pass/Fail grading.

Please read the course announcements on UAS-Online. Students must purchase an Online electronic textbook. The complete electronic textbook and all course instructional materials will be available at www.aleks.com. If you purchase a paper textbook from another vendor you will still need to buy the eBook online (Approx. $95). The Online electronic textbook has video lessons, guided practice, audio clips, grade-book, your homework and tests as well as an exact copy of the paper textbook. Please send your instructor an email message with your preferred email address to receive the textbook purchasing code. (tlholt@alaska.edu) This course is online and requires a reliable internet connection and enough memory to support multimedia presentations. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

MATH 055
4 CR
Introductory algebra course. Topics Include evaluating and simplifying algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations and graphs of lines.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51749 TD1 Teresa Holt
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S054 with a P, or math placement test.

Please read the course announcements on UAS-Online. Students must purchase an Online electronic textbook. The complete electronic textbook and all course instructional materials will be available at www.aleks.com. If you purchase a paper textbook from another vendor you will still need to buy the eBook online (Approx. $95). The Online electronic textbook has video lessons, guided practice, audio clips, grade-book, your homework and tests as well as an exact copy of the paper textbook. Please send your instructor an email message with your preferred email address to receive the textbook purchasing code. (tlholt@alaska.edu) This course is online and requires a reliable internet connection and enough memory to support multimedia presentations. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $900 (additional charges may apply)

MATH 105
4 CR
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of linear and quadratic functions; functions and their inverses; introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions; and systems of linear equations.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51750 TD1 Joseph Liddle
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH 055 with C (2.00) or higher, or placement test.

See MBD Direct for required course materials. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $900 (additional charges may apply)

GER. Applications of mathematics in modern society. Topics include voting systems, management science, probability and statistics. Problem solving is emphasized.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51751 TD1 Joseph Liddle
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S105 with C (2.00) or higher, or placement test.

See MBS Direct for required course materials. Requires a computer, the internet, and a scientific calculator. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

GER. A detailed study of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations; applications.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51781 TD1 Bev Siercks
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S105 with C (2.00) or higher, or placement test.

Computer and internet required. See MBS Direct for required course materials. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $900 (additional charges may apply)

MATH 411
3 CR
Topics in the history of mathematics from antiquity to the present.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51219 J01 Christopher Hay-Jahans
Egan Wing 113
Mon - Thu
5:30p - 7:15p
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: MATH 251 (formerly MATH 200) with C or higher.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

MINL Mining Tech

MINL 130
2 CR
Explores career opportunities in the mining industry and provides hands-on experience in mining operations. Students receive training on a mine simulator, and MSHA safety training Part 48 for Surface Inexperienced New Miners. Students also work-shadow a miner on site at the Hecla Greens Creek Mine.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50111 J01 Graham Neale
Technical Ed Center 124
Tue, Wed, Thu
8:00a - 5:00p
5/30 - 6/3
Technical Ed Center 124
Fri, Sat
8:00a - 5:00p
5/30 - 6/3

Prerequisite: MINL S120 or department approval

Pass/Fail grading.

Section requirement: Instructor approval required to register.

Tuition and fees: $694 (additional charges may apply)

MUS Music

MUS 123
3 CR
GER. Introduction to the historical and cultural aspects of music as an art form in the various stylistic eras, the leading figures in these eras, and the world they inhabited. The course also deals with the materials and structural elements from which a musical work is fashioned.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51782 TD1 Cathy Risse
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Students must have access to a computer and the internet. Order books from MBS Direct. Go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support for more information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

PADM Public Administration

PADM 618
3 CR
Legal guidelines for adoption, implementation, and adjudication of public agency regulations at federal, state, and local levels. Legislative, executive, and judicial controls on agencies, and the political environment of regulatory action.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50115 JD1 Peggy Weaver
DIST ELIVE
Monday
6:00p - 8:45p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Course meets live online using various Internet technologies, specifically Adobe Connect a web meeting platform. Course requires access to a computer with Internet, microphone and speakers or earphones. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least two weeks prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Survey of human resource management issues in the public sector, including recruitment, selection, classification, compensation, training and development, discipline and dispute resolution, collective bargaining, performance evaluation, and risk management. Addresses law and practice of current issues such as affirmative action, discrimination, sexual harassment, disabilities, family medical leave, and pay equity.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51228 JD1 Peggy Weaver
DIST ELIVE
Wednesday
6:00p - 8:45p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Course meets live online using various Internet technologies, specifically Adobe Connect a web meeting platform. Course requires access to a computer with Internet, microphone and speakers or earphones. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least two weeks prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

PADM 635
3 CR
Analyzes the essentials of public policy, including the policy-making process, institutions and players, historic and current issues and trends, and the relationship of policy to administration. The focus is on natural resource policy (e.g. timber, wildlife, water, recreation) with attention to modern environmental issues (e.g. air and water quality, waste, acid rain, biodiversity). Special attention is given to issues relevant to Alaska.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51229 JD1 Ivan Show
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
6:00p - 8:45p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Course meets live online using various Internet technologies, specifically Adobe Connect a web meeting platform. Course requires access to a computer with Internet, microphone and speakers or earphones. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least two weeks prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

In today's world we are constantly bombarded by conflicting public problems. It can be difficult to sort out which of the solutions proffered by politicians, pundits, academics, family members, friends, and colleagues will resolve the problem in a way that is consistent with one's values. Understanding the nature of public problems and how they are resolved is essential to serving citizens in a democracy. In this class we will use the theory of public policy to analyze current political issues in the news each week. We will look at those issues through the lenses of ethics, politics, economics, law, leadership and other key public administration values.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52044 JD3 Kathlene Dilorenzo
DIST ELIVE
Tuesday
6:00p - 8:45p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Course meets live online using various Internet technologies, specifically Adobe Connect a web meeting platform. Course requires access to a computer with Internet, microphone and speakers or earphones. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least two weeks prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Examination of selected topics pertinent to public administration. Course may be repeated, provided course content differs.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51231 JD2 Cathy Lecompte
DIST ELIVE
Thursday
6:00p - 8:45p
5/15 - 8/5

Section requirement: Department approval required to register. Course meets live online using various Internet technologies, specifically Adobe Connect a web meeting platform. Course requires access to a computer with Internet, microphone and speakers or earphones. Registered students must access UAS-Online at uas.alaska.edu/online for textbook and course information and to edit their personal profile. Order textbooks at least two weeks prior to the first class. For more information and permission to enroll, call (907) 796-6402 or 1-800-478-9069 toll-free.

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

Final course in the M.P.A. curriculum. Students review, synthesize and apply concepts and methods learned during the degree program to the evaluation of a public or nonprofit organization. Intended as a program review and assessment tool.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50120 JD1 Kathlene Dilorenzo
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Completion of all other M.P.A. requirements.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
52043 JD2 Kathlene Dilorenzo
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: Completion of all other M.P.A. requirements.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $1527 (additional charges may apply)

PHIL Philosophy

GER. Analyzes argumentation and informal fallacies; introduces deductive logic, and examines inductive evidence in scientific and practical reasoning.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51784 TD1 John Hartog Iii
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

This challenging course consists of textbook readings, answering exercise problems, posting on the on-line discussions, and taking on-line examinations. Order books from MBS Direct. Go to www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support for more information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

GER. Basic concepts, problems and methods as reflected in writings of great philosophers of the Western philosophical tradition.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51785 TD1 John Hartog Iii
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

This challenging course consists of textbook readings, answering exercise problems, posting on the on-line discussions, and taking on-line examinations. Order books from MBS Direct. Go to www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support for more information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

PS Political Science

A consideration of the development and the present organization and operation of the Alaska political and governmental system. Special attention will be given to the constitution, parties and interest groups, the legislature, the governor, local government, and current policy issues in the state.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51499 KD1 Katarzyna Polanska
DIST WEB
6/26 - 8/5

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $798 (additional charges may apply)

PSY Psychology

GER. An introduction to the fundamentals of general psychology and human behavior. Topics include an overview of the field of psychology, research methods, the brain, lifespan development, perception, consciousness, learning, memory, language, intelligence, motivation, emotion, mental disorders, personality and social behavior.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51500 KD1 Alison Ziegler
DIST WEB
6/12 - 8/5

Prerequisite: ENGL S110 or instructor permission.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

PSY 250
3 CR
GER. Introduction to the various aspects of development and changes which occur throughout a person's life span. Covers prenatal period, infancy, childhood and adolescence, and early, middle and late adulthood.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51501 KD1 Alison Ziegler
DIST WEB
6/12 - 8/5

Prerequisite: PSY S101 or instructor permission.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Examines biological, historical, social, cultural, and behavioral aspects of human sexuality; focuses on the social construction of sexual identity and behaviors cross-culturally.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51242 J01 Amanda Sesko
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
11:00a - 2:00p
5/15 - 6/2

Prerequisite: PSY S101 or SOC S101.

No class Mon 5/29 (Memorial Day holiday).

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

SOC Sociology

GER. An overview to the essentials of sociology, including its theories and methodology. Explores the relationship between the individual, culture and society, examining how cultural and social forces influence personal experience and group behavior.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51502 KD1 Katarzyna Polanska
DIST WEB
5/15 - 6/24

Prerequisite: ENGL S110 or instructor permission.

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at UASOnline. Students must order books; go to http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6277 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

Examines biological, historical, social, cultural, and behavioral aspects of human sexuality; focuses on the social construction of sexual identity and behaviors cross-culturally.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51243 J01 Amanda Sesko
Egan Wing 225
Mon - Fri
11:00a - 2:00p
5/15 - 6/2

Prerequisite: PSY S101 or SOC S101.

No class Mon 5/29 (Memorial Day holiday).

Tuition and fees: $864 (additional charges may apply)

STAT Statistics

STAT 273
3 CR
Introduction to data analysis, least-squares regression, data production, sampling distributions, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
51788 TD1 Joseph Liddle
DIST WEB
5/15 - 8/5

Prerequisite: MATH S151 (C or better) or equivalent.

Computer and internet required. See MBS Direct for required course materials. For more information students can go to: www.uas.alaska.edu/sitka/support.

Tuition and fees: $675 (additional charges may apply)

VTEC Vocational Technology, NonCred

This course, delivered by Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) approved cooperative instructors, provides 24 hours of classroom instruction designed to train and certify persons who work in a Part 48 surface mine, engaged in the extraction and production process who are regularly exposed to mine hazards; or who are maintenance or service workers employed or contracted by the operator and work for frequent or extended periods. The course is designed to teach inexperienced new mine workers how to identify and mitigate hazards at a mine site.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50122 J01 Samuel Reves
Tue, Wed, Thu
8:00a - 4:30p
6/20 - 6/22

For more information or to register call (907) 796-6045. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). The classes are free through grant funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Students attending the course on the first day of class will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, online registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 24 contact hours.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

This course, delivered by Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) approved cooperative instructors, provides 8 hours of classroom instruction designed to train and certify persons who work in a Part 48 surface mine, engaged in the extraction and production process who are regularly exposed to mine hazards; or who are maintenance or service workers employed or contracted by the operator and work for frequent or extended periods. The course is designed to refresh experienced mine workers in the identification and mitigation of hazards at a mine site.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50126 J01 George Shedlock Jr
Tuesday
8:00a - 4:30p
5/2 - 5/2

This course, delivered by Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) approved cooperative instructors, provides 8 hours of classroom instruction designed to train and certify persons who work in a Part 48 surface mine, engaged in the extraction and production process who are regularly exposed to mine hazards, or who are maintenance or service workers employed or contracted by the operator and work for frequent or extended periods. The course is designed to refresh experienced mine workers in the identification and mitigation of hazards at a mine site. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). Students attending the course will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, course registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 8 contact hours. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. For more information or to register call (907) 272-2688.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50127 J02 Samuel Reves
Friday
8:00a - 4:30p
6/23 - 6/23

For more information or to register call (907) 796-6045. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). The classes are free through grant funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Students attending the course will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, online registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 8 contact hours.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50130 J01 Samuel Reves
Mon - Thu
8:00a - 4:30p
5/22 - 5/25

For more information or to register call (907) 796-6045. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). The classes are free through grant funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Students attending the course on the first day of class will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, online registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 32 contact hours.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50131 J02 Samuel Reves
Mon - Thu
8:00a - 4:30p
6/26 - 6/29

This course, delivered by Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) approved cooperative instructors, provides 32 hours of classroom instruction designed to train and certify persons who work in a Part 48 underground, engaged in the extraction and production process who are regularly exposed to mine hazards, or who are maintenance or service workers employed or contracted by the operator and work for frequent or extended periods. The course is designed to teach inexperienced new mine workers how to identify and mitigate hazards at a mine site. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). Students attending the course will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, course registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 32 contact hours. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. For more information or to register call (907) 272-2688.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50134 J01 Samuel Reves
Friday
8:00a - 4:30p
5/26 - 5/26

For more information or to register call (907) 796-6045. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). The classes are free through grant funding from the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development. Students attending the course on the first day of class will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, online registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 8 contact hours.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
50135 J02 Samuel Reves
Friday
8:00a - 4:30p
6/30 - 6/30

This course, delivered by Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) approved cooperative instructors, provides 8 hours of classroom instruction designed to train and certify persons who work in a Part 48 surface mine, engaged in the extraction and production process who are regularly exposed to mine hazards, or who are maintenance or service workers employed or contracted by the operator and work for frequent or extended periods. The course is designed to refresh experienced mine workers how to identify and mitigate hazards at a mine site. This class is offered through a partnership between UAS School of Career Education and UA Statewide Mining and Petroleum Training Services (MAPTS). Students attending the course will be registered by Career Education staff. There will be no students registered through other departments, course registration, or via any UAS registration process. This course will result in 8 contact hours. Loc: Juneau TEC 133. For more information or to register call (907) 272-2688.

Tuition and fees: $0 (additional charges may apply)

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