369 SPRING 2019 courses found.

CRNSubjectCourseTitleInstructorStart dateEnd dateDescription
35526ABUSF101Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2019-01-142019-05-04Accounting concepts and procedures for service businesses and for merchandising businesses owned by a single proprietor. A preparer's approach emphasizes the use of debits and credits to account for the details of business transactions.
35527ABUSF101Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2019-01-142019-05-04Accounting concepts and procedures for service businesses and for merchandising businesses owned by a single proprietor. A preparer's approach emphasizes the use of debits and credits to account for the details of business transactions.
35528ABUSF102AKeyboarding: Touch TypingKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction in the mastery of alphabetic keyboard touch typing, skill building and document formatting. Skills mastered can be applied to typewriters, CRTs, computer terminals, or other equipment with a keyboard. May be repeated twice for credit.
35529ABUSF102BKeyboarding: Skill BuildingKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction in the mastery of alphabetic keyboard touch typing, skill building and document formatting. Skills mastered can be applied to typewriters, CRTs, computer terminals, or other equipment with a keyboard. May be repeated twice for credit.
35530ABUSF102CKeyboarding: Document FormttngKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction in the mastery of alphabetic keyboard touch typing, skill building and document formatting. Skills mastered can be applied to typewriters, CRTs, computer terminals, or other equipment with a keyboard. May be repeated twice for credit.
35531ABUSF116Using 10-Key CalculatorsKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Using the efficient 10-key touch method to solve business problems on a calculator. Emphasis is placed on developing occupational proficiency in the use of calculating machines for initial job placement.
35532ABUSF134Alphabetic FilingKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Mastery and use of ARMA filing rules as they apply to alphabetic, subject, numeric and geographic filing.
35533ABUSF141Payroll AccountingKelly Ward2019-01-142019-05-04Payroll records and laws. Methods to compile and calculate payroll information, earnings, deductions and net wages. City, state and federal tax report forms. For payroll personnel.
35534ABUSF154Human RelationsSandra McGill2019-01-142019-05-04Attitudes, self-concepts, personal communication styles, motivation, interactions, positive reinforcements, team building and leadership development.
35535ABUSF155Business MathEvelyn Heusinkveld2019-01-142019-05-04Review of basic math computation skills applied to various business areas. Emphasis on applications.
35536ABUSF158Introduction to TourismLinda Nicklin2019-01-142019-05-04Forces which influence international and domestic hospitality, leisure, travel and recreation industries. Socioeconomic models and measure of regional impact, demand and supply.
35537ABUSF160Principles of BankingRyan Smith2019-01-142019-05-04Banking in today's economy. Language and documents of banking, check processing, teller functions, deposits, credit and payment functions, loans, investments, trust, the Federal Reserve System and other regulatory agencies.
35538ABUSF161Personal and Business FinanceAndreas Anger2019-01-142019-05-04Explores the management of personal and family finances, including financial planning, budgeting, time value of money, consumer buying, personal credit, savings and investment, home ownership and mortgages, insurance, estate planning, retirement, consumer fraud, and laws.
35540ABUSF170Business EnglishEvelyn Heusinkveld2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive review of grammar, punctuation, capitalization and spelling, with emphasis on business and office occupations.
35541ABUSF175Customer ServiceMary Anderson2019-01-142019-05-04Presents customer service as integral to business success. Preparation for effective interaction with customers. Includes trends, interpretation of trends and development of fundamental skills necessary to achieve excellence.
35542ABUSF179Fundamentals of SupervisionSandra McGill2019-01-142019-05-04Effective supervisory concepts including planning, organizing and staffing functions. Communicating and delegating effectively, morale, productivity, decision making, positive position discipline and performance goals development.
35543ABUSF182Office ProceduresKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Duties and responsibilities of general office employees including filing, processing mail, telephone communication, meeting the public, office supplies, banking, employment procedures and grooming.
35544ABUSF201Principles of Accounting IIAndreas Anger2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to accounting concepts and procedures for a business. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle and the recording, summarizing and interpretation of accounting data.
35545ABUSF202Principles of Accounting IIIKelly Ward2019-01-142019-05-04Continuation of elementary accounting concepts and procedures with the introduction of cost accounting principles for manufacturing and service operations. Job order costing, process costing, cost-volume profit, budgeting and variances are introduced.
35546ABUSF210Income TaxJennifer Young2019-01-142019-05-04Income tax fundamentals. Includes how to complete basic income tax forms/schedules for individuals and small business owners. Covers taxable income, deductions, credits, exemptions, computation, record keeping methods, new tax laws and strategies to reduce taxes.
35547ABUSF220Microcomputer Acct:QuickbooksJennifer Schumacher2019-01-142019-05-04Basic microcomputer principles. Includes entering transactions, analyzing results, correcting errors and organizing business finances. QuickBooks is a widely used accounting software application.
35548ABUSF232Contemporary Management IssuesCarrie Santoro2019-01-142019-05-04Management functions, including planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling, human aspects of management, and decision making.
35549ABUSF241Applied Business Law IJennifer Young2019-01-142019-05-04Legal aspects of business problems. Principles, institutions and administration of law in contracts, agency, employment, personal sales and property ownership.
35550ABUSF260Marketing PracticesAlexis Fanelli2019-01-142019-05-04Designed to give students a real-world view of basic marketing principles and practices. Emphasizes planning strategy and application of marketing concepts in analysis of case studies. Examines nature of marketing and its environment, selecting target markets and developing a market mix: product, price, promotion and distribution.
35551ABUSF263Public RelationsScott McCrea2019-01-142019-05-04Public relations is image making, repairing and promoting. PR involves promotion, selling, advertising and creating public, corporate, government, church and other institutional images. Public relations professionals need skills in psychology, writing, mass media theory, image construction, persuasion and audience analysis. Introduces public relations and the role it plays in our world and society.
35552ABUSF264Filing/Records ManagementKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction in basic alphabetic storage with filing rules and cross-referencing and procedures for retrieving records manually. Includes adaptations of the alphabetic storage method including geographic, numeric and subject; storing and retrieving special records (card files, visible records, microrecords); organization and operation of records management programs and control of records systems.
35553ABUSF271Business CommunicationsScott McCrea2019-01-142019-05-04Composition and evaluation of various kinds of common communications between a business person and associates, customers and dealers. Included are interoffice memos, letters, reports and oral communications.
35554ABUSF273Managing Small BusinessMark Young2019-01-142019-05-04Entrepreneurship and management, starting a new business, buying an existing business or franchise. Managing, marketing, staffing, financing, budgeting, pricing, operational analysis and controls.
35555ABUSF274Business in the Digital WorldCassandra Ferree2019-01-142019-05-04Exploration of trends in internet commerce, websites, social media and digital advertisement. Analysis of the elements needed to build and manage a successful e-commerce or small business. Website planning and creation include information design, navigation design and site presentation.
37588ABUSF293Dynamics of LeadershipCarrie Santoro2019-01-142019-05-04
35556ACCTF261XPrinc of Financial AccountingAlyssa Klaameyer2019-01-142019-05-04During this course we will study accounting from two different methodical approaches: the preparer approach (i.e. a look at how an accounting system is created to record, process and report accounting information) and the user approach (i.e. a look at how various people use the information generated by accountants). Furthermore, this course will study accounting theories to include: historical foundations, the verification of accounting practices and the framework development that governs the field currently. Finally, this course will study the role of accounting in society, how collected accounting data and information can be managed and the related ethical considerations.
35557ACCTF262Princ of Managerial AccountingKevin Berry2019-01-142019-05-04Study of the generation and analysis of accounting information and its uses by managers as they engage in planning, control and decision-making activities in business and non-business organizations. Topics include product costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, relevant costs for decision-making and capital budget decisions.
35558ACCTF271Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2019-01-142019-05-04This course is about accounting for public organizations such as fire, police and similar functions of local governments. Accounting is an essential function in all organizations. This course is from a user's perspective-- understanding accounting reports rather than preparing them. The major topics covered include: understanding financial reports, budgeting preparation, governmental accounting basics, grant writing and management and ethics.
36284ACCTF361Intermediate AccountingAmy Blye Cooper2019-01-142019-05-04Discussions of financial accounting topics from the perspective of both accounting practice and theory. Working capital and fixed asset accounts are emphasized. Ethical and international accounting issues are emphasized throughout the sequence.
36800ACCTF362Intermediate AccountingKevin Berry2019-01-142019-05-04Discussion of financial accounting topics from the perspective of both accounting practice and theory. Long-term liabilities and stockholders equity are emphasized. Ethical and international accounting issues are emphasized throughout.
36285ACCTF414Government & Nonprofit AcctHoward Sparks2019-01-142019-05-04Accounting for governmental units, public schools, colleges and universities, health care providers, voluntary health and welfare organizations and other nonprofit organizations.
36097ACNSF604Modern ScandinaviaMary Ehrlander2019-01-142019-05-04Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) from the 19th century to the present: the development of parliamentary democracy and welfare systems, cooperation and neutrality, and Scandinavia's experience in the world wars.
36099ACNSF662Alaska Government & PoliticsAmy Lovecraft2019-01-142019-05-04Alaska's government and politics, in the context of American state and local government, and politics and governments of circumpolar Northern nations. Topics include political history, constitution, political parties, interest groups, elections, public opinion, governor, legislature, judiciary, administration and local governments. Compares Alaska to the contiguous 48 states and subnational governments of the circumpolar North; examines how government institutions and processes respond to social, environmental and political changes of Northern communities.
35561AISF101Effective Pers Computer UseAlba Prato2019-01-142019-05-04Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems.
35562AISF310Mgmt of Information SystemsPing Lan2019-01-142019-05-04The role information technology plays in organizations including its impact on information systems, management and business strategy. A conceptual model of system design is introduced and basic business internal controls are surveyed.
35563AISF316Acct Information SystemsAlba Prato2019-01-142019-05-04Accounting systems for business and public entities. Emphasis on internal control functions and design concepts.
35564AISF324Advanced MS ExcelAlba Prato2019-01-142019-05-04Advanced features of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program. Includes spreadsheet design and layout, customized graphics, customized reports using database features, optimization/statistical techniques and programming with the Excel macro language. Student is assumed to have basic proficiency with Microsoft Excel.
36286AISF342MS Excel for FinanceAlba Prato2019-01-142019-05-04In this course, students will develop proficiency in Microsoft Excel for financial analysis. This class is especially well-suited to aspiring finance and accounting professionals; it serves to reinforce material covered in financial management and introductory accounting, while building related applied expertise in Excel.
36254ANLF288Curclm/Mtrl Devmt AK Natv LangHishinlai Peter2019-01-142019-05-04Preparation and evaluation of curriculum and classroom materials for teaching Native languages.
36296ANSF111XHist of Colonization in AKJenny Jones2019-01-142019-04-30The history of the colonization of Alaska from contact to the signing of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act in 1971. This course examines Alaska history, how colonization and federal Indian policy shaped the state and some of the ways that Alaska Natives responded to and dealt with the changes.
36297ANSF113Indigenous Ppls & Int. LawsJenny Jones2019-01-142019-04-15Familiarize students with international law and its importance for Indigenous Peoples. Special emphasis on international legal instruments of importance for Alaska Natives.
35566ANSF365Native Art of AlaskaTheresa Woldstad2019-01-142019-05-04Art forms of the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut from prehistory to the present. Changes in forms through the centuries.
34934ANTHF100XIndividual, Society, & CultureDavid Fazzino II2019-01-142019-05-04An examination of the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts.
34935ANTHF242Native Cultures of AlaskaDavid Fazzino II2019-01-142019-05-04The traditional Aleut, Eskimo and Indian (Athabascan and Tlingit) cultures of Alaska. Eskimo and Indian cultures in Canada. Linguistic and cultural groupings, population changes, subsistence patterns, social organization and religion in terms of local ecology. Pre-contact interaction between groups.
35004ANTHF293Virtual Field SchoolPatrick Plattet2019-01-142019-05-04
36110ANTHF315Human VariationKara Hoover2019-01-142019-05-04Biology of recent and modern human populations, including systematics, behavior, ecology and inter- and intrapopulation genetic and morphological variations. Human adaptations to heat, cold, high altitudes and changing nutritional and disease patterns. Human skeletal biology, including metrical and non-metrical variation, aging and sexing skeletal remains, and paleopathology.
36447ANTHF365Native Art of AlaskaTheresa Woldstad2019-01-142019-05-04Art forms of the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut from prehistory to the present. Changes in forms through the centuries.
36124ANTHF393Culture, Health & HealingElaine Drew2019-01-142019-05-04
36132ANTHF492Anthropology of EnergyDavid Koester2019-01-142019-05-04
36133ANTHF692Anthropology of EnergyDavid Koester2019-01-142019-05-04
35571ARTF162Color and DesignAnne Duffy2019-01-142019-05-04Fundamentals of pictorial form, color principles and interactions. Emphasis on traditional art media rendered two dimensionally on paper. This course is recommended for students becoming B.A., B.F.A. Drawing, Painting, and Printmaking majors.
36450ARTF163Three-dimensional DesignWendy Croskrey2019-01-142019-05-04This course is a hands-on introduction to fundamental concepts and organization of three-dimensional forms, including applied art and industrial design. Various materials such as wire, clay, silicone, and paper will be explored. This course is recommended for students becoming B.A. or B.F.A. Art majors and students interested in exploring material manufacturing processes.
35572ARTF200XExplorations in ArtLisa Kljaich2019-01-142019-05-04Understanding and appreciation of art through exploration of its diverse styles, influences and developments. Topics include the creative process, artistic forms of expression, historical and cultural contexts, the role of the artist in society and popular movements and trends.
35573ARTF261XHistory of World ArtJennifer Chamberlain2019-01-142019-05-04Origins of art and its development from the beginning through contemporary painting, sculpture and architecture. ART F261X - ART F262X may be taken in reverse order; however, course content is presented in a chronological sequence beginning with fall semester.
35574ARTF284Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of basic digital photography via digital SLR cameras and editing through digital photo suites such as Adobe Photoshop. Students are expected to have intermediate computer knowledge. Topics include controlling digital SLRs on manual settings, photographing creatively, basic and advanced editing techniques, negative scanning and digital printing.
35575ARTF365Native Art of AlaskaTheresa Woldstad2019-01-142019-05-04Art forms of the Eskimo, Indian and Aleut from prehistory to the present. Changes in forms through the centuries.
33219ARTF411Advanced SculptureWendy Croskrey2019-01-142019-05-04Principles, practices and concepts of sculpture. May be repeated for credit with permission of instructor.
36305ARTF488Professional PracticesEllen Mason2019-01-142019-05-04This course provides a foundation of practical information for students as they begin to consider various career options in the visual arts. Topics include writing about students' artwork, methods for installing art exhibits, self-promotion, developing application materials for residencies and grants, as well as issues of health and safety. This face-to-face class is augmented with additional methods of instruction such as online video tutorials, behind the scenes visits to the UA Museum of the North, community galleries and guest presentations by professional artists.
35577ARTF493Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2019-01-142019-05-04
33233ARTF611SculptureWendy Croskrey2019-01-142019-05-04Exploration of selected topics in sculpture with lectures, demonstrations, independent research and production of sculpture at a level commensurate with graduate standing. May be repeated for credit.
34937ATMF101XWeather and Climate of AlaskaRichard Collins2019-01-142019-05-04Focus on the atmosphere as an important part of our environment. Study of weather and climate that covers weather observation, composition and properties of the atmosphere, weather and circulation systems, forecasting weather based on fundamental laws of physics and chemistry. Students are required to make weather observations in Alaska. The students will use their local observations as a foundation and a vantage point to understand the regional and global behavior of the atmosphere (i.e., "Observe locally and connect globally").
36766ATMF493Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2019-01-142019-05-04
36768ATMF693Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2019-01-142019-05-04
36301BAF151XIntroduction to BusinessMark Young2019-01-142019-05-04Business organization, business theory and the nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration are the main components of this course. This course will also focus on the methods and data required to research and analyze good business practices and decisions while developing these major business functions. Additionally, this course will review opportunities and requirements for professional business careers.
35578BAF151XIntroduction to BusinessJean Richey2019-01-142019-05-04Business organization, business theory and the nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration are the main components of this course. This course will also focus on the methods and data required to research and analyze good business practices and decisions while developing these major business functions. Additionally, this course will review opportunities and requirements for professional business careers.
35579BAF151XIntroduction to BusinessChristina Tachick2019-01-142019-05-04Business organization, business theory and the nature of major business functions such as management, finance, accounting, marketing and personnel administration are the main components of this course. This course will also focus on the methods and data required to research and analyze good business practices and decisions while developing these major business functions. Additionally, this course will review opportunities and requirements for professional business careers.
35580BAF254XPersonal FinanceTimothy Stickel2019-01-142019-05-04This course will give you the ability to use your knowledge and skills to manage your financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. You will learn personal finance concepts and information as well as practical application that will empower you to save, budget, avoid debt and spend wisely. You will take what you learn and start practicing sound financial habits throughout the semester that will serve you well for the rest of your life.
35581BAF254XPersonal FinanceShelbie Umphenour2019-01-142019-05-04This course will give you the ability to use your knowledge and skills to manage your financial resources effectively for a lifetime of financial well-being. You will learn personal finance concepts and information as well as practical application that will empower you to save, budget, avoid debt and spend wisely. You will take what you learn and start practicing sound financial habits throughout the semester that will serve you well for the rest of your life.
37597BAF281XIntro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2019-01-142019-05-04Provides a basic understanding of the methods employed to manage amateur and professional sports organizations and the legal issues involved. Topics such as stadium financing, risk management contracts and human resource management, data collection, public versus private sector labor laws, collective bargaining and drug testing will be examined. Basic management techniques, theory and problems associated with the field sport management are discussed along with history and current trends in sport management.
35582BAF307Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtKristina Racina2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to management principles and personnel practice in industry, analysis of labor-management problems, methods and administration of recruiting, selecting, training and compensating employees, and labor laws and their applications.
35583BAF308PD: How to Prepare for a JobJean Richey2019-01-142019-05-04The course involves the development and use of skills in critical analysis and composition of buisness and personal communications. This includes evaluating the mechanics and content resumes, letters and emails. The course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of planning and implementation of career advancement strategies, interviews, career action plans and other job seeking skills used in business etiquette, dress, personal brand and culture.
36803BAF309PD: Finding a CareerJean Richey2019-01-142019-05-04The course involves the development and use of skills in critical analysis and composition of business and personal communications. This includes evaluating the mechanics and content of resumes, letters, reports and memoranda. The course is designed to give students a comprehensive view of planning and implementation of career advancement strategies, crafting an effective social media presence, interviews, second round interrogations and site visits.
35584BAF323XBusiness EthicsRichard Wolk2019-01-142019-05-04A grounding in ethical theories and basic issues of moral thought, with examples which highlight the pitfalls in practical ethics which future managers are likely to face, and the need to design organizations so as to promote ethical behavior.
35585BAF323XBusiness EthicsTimothy Stickel2019-01-142019-05-04A grounding in ethical theories and basic issues of moral thought, with examples which highlight the pitfalls in practical ethics which future managers are likely to face, and the need to design organizations so as to promote ethical behavior.
35586BAF325Financial ManagementWilliam Staley2019-01-142019-05-04Time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, risk-return trade-offs and option pricing.
35587BAF343Principles of MarketingTammy Tragis-McCook2019-01-142019-05-04Management of a firm's marketing effort focusing on products, distribution, pricing and promotion to targeted consumers. Practices appropriate to domestic or international, small or large, goods or services, and for-profit or nonprofit organizations included.
35588BAF360Operations ManagementBetty Ross2019-01-142019-05-04Operations management with an emphasis on systematic planning, design and operation of the processes that produce goods and deliver services that customers recognize to be of superior quality. Topics include operations strategy, process design, quality control, statistical process control, project scheduling, material requirements planning and just-in-time systems.
35589BAF390Organizational Theory/BehaviorSamuel Alexander2019-01-142019-05-04Understanding how and why organizations behave as they do, assessing whether the behavior is functional or dysfunctional, and learning to understand and change motivation, leadership, communications, group dynamics, conflict management, layout, technology, structure and policies to create high-functioning organizations.
35590BAF390Organizational Theory/BehaviorJoshua Lupinek2019-01-142019-05-04Understanding how and why organizations behave as they do, assessing whether the behavior is functional or dysfunctional, and learning to understand and change motivation, leadership, communications, group dynamics, conflict management, layout, technology, structure and policies to create high-functioning organizations.
36287BAF421Business AnalyticsMargaret Keiper2019-01-142019-05-04This class provides an introduction and application of data analytics in accounting and business contexts. Students will develop an understanding of analytic concepts and how they apply to the investigation of business data relationships and trends.
35591BAF436Consumer BehaviorLily Dong2019-01-142019-05-04Effects of nationality, culture, social class, family, personality, symbolism and persuasion on consumptive behavior. Qualitative methodologies such as focus groups covered.
35592BAF457Training & Management DevelpmtJean Richey2019-01-142019-05-04Theory and practice of employee training programs, needs assessments, learning theories, instructional design, training techniques and evaluation, management development and career development techniques and practices.
35593BAF460International BusinessMorris Kalliny2019-01-142019-05-04Relationships among nations with particular emphasis on the business, economic, and sociocultural institutions that influence the performance of managers. Formulation of objectives, strategies and organizational structures within the context of international diversity.
36288BAF461International FinanceXiyu Zhou2019-01-142019-05-04Development of analytical skills, logical thought processes and information literacy necessary to make and implement investment decisions in a global setting.
35594BAF462Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2019-01-142019-05-04An integrative approach to strategy formation and implementation to achieve organization goals. Students will be introduced to theoretical perspectives and associated methodologies directed toward resolving the unstructured problems and opportunities which confront general managers at the highest levels of an organization.
36289BAF481Entrtainmnt and Sprt Evnt MgmtMargaret Keiper2019-01-142019-05-04This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge pertaining to the various aspects of managing a public sport and/or entertainment event and their production. Some of the topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. Sport will also be discussed from a unique Alaskan viewpoint, as a sport often takes the form of an event and/or entertainment that differs from the traditional "professional sporting event".
36290BAF482Sport MarketingJoshua Lupinek2019-01-142019-05-04This course provides a decision-orientated overview of sport marketing management in sport organizations. This course is designed to acquaint students with comprehensive fundamental theories and issues in sport marketing, grounded within traditional marketing principles, and emphasizing unique application to the sport industry. Accordingly, the most basic objectives of the course are to provide you with a broad introduction to sport marketing concepts, the role of sport marketing in society, the role of sport marketing within organizations and the various factors that influence marketing decision-making.
34874BIOLF043Massive Online Resrch ExperienAbel Bult-Ito2019-01-142019-05-04
35596BIOLF194Behavioral Neuro ResearchAbel Bult-Ito2019-01-142019-05-04
36293BIOLF240Beginnings in MicrobiologyJames Brown2019-01-142019-05-04Fundamentals of microbiology. Survey of the microbial world, interactions between microbes and host, microbial human diseases, the environmental and economic impact of microorganisms. Provides background in basic and applied microbiology with emphasis on the role microorganisms play in human health and life. Offered at UAF Community and Technical College.
37107BIOLF240Beginnings in MicrobiologyJames Brown2019-01-142019-05-04Fundamentals of microbiology. Survey of the microbial world, interactions between microbes and host, microbial human diseases, the environmental and economic impact of microorganisms. Provides background in basic and applied microbiology with emphasis on the role microorganisms play in human health and life. Offered at UAF Community and Technical College.
35597BIOLF394MORE Behavioral Neuro RsrchAbel Bult-Ito2019-01-142019-05-04
35600CCSF631Culture, Community & CurrclmRichard Hum2019-01-142019-05-04Salient issues involved with the development of effective programs of instruction in small schools, including foundational design, conceptual models, organizational strategies, technical skills, current issues and trends, and their implications and application to the environment of rural Alaska.
36096CCSF690Seminar in Cross-cult StudiesCharles Topkok2019-01-142019-05-04Investigation of current issues in cross-cultural contexts. Opportunity for students to synthesize prior graduate studies and research. Seminar is taken near the terminus of a graduate program.
35601CCSF693Peacemaking and PotlatchPolly Hyslop2019-01-142019-05-04
36180CCSF693Native Ways of KnowingPolly Hyslop2019-01-142019-05-04
35602CHEMF100XChemistry in Complex SystemsChris Whittle2019-01-142019-05-04Fundamentals of chemistry with an emphasis on the role of chemistry in environmental and life systems. The role of feedback systems on chemical behavior is illustrated in atmospheric, aquatic, nuclear and nutritional systems.
35604CIOSF135Microcomputer SpreadsheetsEvelyn Heusinkveld2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive exploration of topics related to using microcomputer spreadsheets. Includes creating, formatting and revising spreadsheets; creating formulas, graphics and charts; and using spreadsheets to organize, analyze and query information.
35605CIOSF150Computer Business ApplicationsKimberly Pihlaja2019-01-142019-05-04Designed to develop computer literacy in the use and understanding of computer systems, office productivity applications and the Internet. Topics include operating system fundamentals, file management, word processing and spreadsheet fundamentals and safe, secure and effective use of Internet technologies.
35606CIOSF233Desktop Publishing-InDesignHeidi Olson2019-01-142019-05-04Publication design and layout using desktop publishing software. Includes integrating text and graphics, page layout design, scanning and basic image editing.
35607CITSF204Intro to Ntwrk Spprt/AdmnstrtnRichard McDonald2019-01-142019-05-04Features and functions of networking components and the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and troubleshoot basic networking hardware, protocols and services. Develop technical ability in the areas of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation and basic network administration and support. Course covers objectives defined for CompTIA Network+ certification.
35608CITSF205Intro to Mcrcmputer PrgrmmingJeannette Okinczyc2019-01-142019-05-04Microcomputer programming focused on programming concepts for applications, operating systems and web technologies. Supplementing and integrating computer applications with built-in programming tools.
35610CITSF212Server Operating SystemsJoshua Peter2019-01-142019-05-04Fundamentals in installing, configuring and maintaining server operating systems. Learn how to configure and administer network accounts, resources, and common services deployed on server operating systems. Course covers foundation server operating system knowledge required for Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification exams related to server technologies.
35611CITSF222Website DesignValda McMahan2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive survey of professional website design and authoring tools used to create Internet websites. Topics include: website design and planning; HTML, XHTML and CSS.
35613CITSF262Cybersecurity Defen/CountrmsrsMelvin Denning2019-01-142019-05-04This course focuses on network and information systems security from a defensive point of view. Students will learn how to analyze internal and external security threats, develop security policies, and implement security measures to protect information within an enterprise. Topics include risk assessment, security policies and procedures, incident response, crypotgraphic services, network and host-based security.
36523CITSF265Directory Srvcs AdministrationMelvin Denning2019-01-142019-05-04The purpose and components that make up directory services and the role these services play in storing, organizing and managing information in a network environment. How to create and configure directory service objects to manage access to network resources, to implement and manage group policy objects, and to backup, restore, monitor and troubleshoot directory service related issues. Course covers directory services administration objectives required for Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) certification exams related to server technologies.
35615CITSF284Independent ProjectJoshua Peter2019-01-142019-05-04Student created project or internship that includes learning new skills, applying the skills to significant problems, and demonstrating the results to other computer users. Includes application of learned skills in a professional manner.
35616COJOF101XMedia and CultureRobert Prince2019-01-142019-05-04History and principles of mass communications and the role of information media in American society. Introduction to professional aspects of mass communications, including print and broadcast.
35617COJOF105XHistory of the CinemaUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04History and development of the medium of film in the United States and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester.
35618COJOF121XIntro to Interpersonal CommNike Bahr2019-01-142019-05-04This course features the fundamental principles of effective oral communication, emphasizing interpersonal communication as well as public speaking. Through role playing, speeches and evaluations of other speakers, students explore the complexities of communication in today's society.
35619COJOF121XIntro to Interpersonal CommUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04This course features the fundamental principles of effective oral communication, emphasizing interpersonal communication as well as public speaking. Through role playing, speeches and evaluations of other speakers, students explore the complexities of communication in today's society.
35620COJOF121XIntro to Interpersonal CommUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04This course features the fundamental principles of effective oral communication, emphasizing interpersonal communication as well as public speaking. Through role playing, speeches and evaluations of other speakers, students explore the complexities of communication in today's society.
36182COJOF131XFund Oral Comm-Group ContextNike Bahr2019-01-142019-05-04Presentational speaking skills: individual and group. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis and speaking presentation. Group skills include task and relational interaction, required interdependence, working across cultural differences, group decision-making and shared logistics of presentation. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies.
36183COJOF131XFund Oral Comm-Group ContextUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04Presentational speaking skills: individual and group. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis and speaking presentation. Group skills include task and relational interaction, required interdependence, working across cultural differences, group decision-making and shared logistics of presentation. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies.
35621COJOF141XFund Oral Comm-Public ContextLindsey Heaney2019-01-142019-05-04Speaking skills for individual presentation. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis, informative and persuasive speaking, and actual presentations. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies.
36451COJOF141XFund Oral Comm-Public ContextLindsey Heaney2019-01-142019-05-04Speaking skills for individual presentation. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis, informative and persuasive speaking, and actual presentations. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies.
36453COJOF141XFund Oral Comm-Public ContextNike Bahr2019-01-142019-05-04Speaking skills for individual presentation. Includes verbal and nonverbal skills, critical thinking in selecting and organizing materials, audience analysis, informative and persuasive speaking, and actual presentations. Student evaluations are based on nationally normed speaking competencies.
35622COJOF202News Writing for the MediaBrian O'Donoghue2019-01-142019-05-04Identifying and focusing news stories, writing the lead, developing story structure, writing on deadline, editing copy, writing headlines and captions, writing styles for print, broadcast and online news presentations.
35623COJOF204Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of basic digital photography via digital SLR cameras and editing through digital photo suites such as Adobe Photoshop. Students are expected to have intermediate computer knowledge. Topics include controlling digital SLRs on manual settings, photographing creatively, basic and advanced editing techniques, negative scanning and digital printing.
35624COJOF217XIntro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2019-01-142019-05-04An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects.
35625COJOF300XCommunicating EthicsAmy May2019-01-142019-05-04An examination of ethical choices which are communicated in everyday encounters. Examines human moral development from a variety of perspectives, including feminist interpretations. Creation and communication of human values explored through the discussion of a series of contemporary dilemmas.
35626COJOF330Intercultural CommunicationPeter DeCaro2019-01-142019-05-04The nature and sources of problems in communication that may arise when persons with different cultural backgrounds interact. Emphasis on problems in intercultural communication in Alaska.
37782COJOF413Mass Media Law and RegulationEdgar Husted2019-01-142019-05-04Common law, statutory law and administrative law that affects the mass media, including libel, copyright, access to the media, constitutional problems, privacy, shield laws and broadcast regulations.
36457COJOF432Professional Public SpeakingVictoria McDermott2019-01-142019-05-04Professional clear effective speaking. Uses evaluation criteria and assignments to build speaking competencies. Professional preparation for students whose career path includes public speaking.
35628COJOF462Comm in Health ContextsAmy May2019-01-142019-05-04Health communication as an established context for communication study will be explored. Problems in health communication will be examined as well as how those problems are exacerbated by the various matters of diversity, language and setting. Communication between health care professionals, between health care providers and health care consumers, between health care facilities and communities, and the legal perspectives of health communication will be topical.
36184COJOF490Online Pub: "Extreme Alaska"Brian O'Donoghue2019-01-142019-05-04Using the department's multimedia newsroom facilities, senior-level students work on a team, under the guidance of an instructor, to publish an online publication. Students are expected to show substantial initiative and creativity as they make use of the skills they have acquired in other journalism courses. Course may be repeated once for credit.
35629COJOF493Peacemaking and PotlatchPolly Hyslop2019-01-142019-05-04
33424COJOF602Comm Res Methodologies(HumSci)Amy May2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to research using a constructionist epistemology and the methodologies of the human science contexture. Includes evaluation and preparation of research using a variety of methodologies and to employ the data collection techniques that are implied by those methodologies.
35630COUNF615Foundations of CounselingSusan Renes2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the philosophies, organization, patterns and techniques that aid counselors in preparing clients for responsible decision-making in modern society.
37787COUNF632Career DevelopmentImelda Bratton2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to the theories of career development, career choices and how to translate theory into practice. Emphasis will be on career education development and the utilization of information resources for facilitating the career choice decision-making process.
35631COUNF647Professional EthicsImelda Bratton2019-01-142019-05-04The ethical standards of the American Counseling Association and the American School Counseling Association will be examined, discussed and compared. Students will be provided with opportunities to apply these general principles to specific cases. Students will be expected to demonstrate knowledge of the principles of these ethical codes in practice.
36294CSF101Computers and SocietyValda McMahan2019-01-142019-05-04Computer literacy for everyone. Overview of computing machines and automatic data processing. Interaction between social institutions and automated decision-making. Introduction to business applications software and electronic mail. Some programming for understanding, not for skill development.
33494CSF481Graphics RenderingJonathan Metzgar2019-01-142019-05-04High-quality rendering techniques used in computer graphics: raytracing, shadows, antialiasing, volume rendering, radiometry and radiosity. Also topics such as particle systems, shading, image processing, computer aided design, video effects, animation and virtual environments.
34754CSF482Simulatns in Computer GraphicsJonathan Metzgar2019-01-142019-05-04Software to simulate physical phenomena for use in interactive visualization, such as particle systems, Naiver-Stokes fluid dynamics, and finite element solid mechanics. Includes Lagrangian and Eulerian meshes, stability, and discretization order. Our focus is high performance qualitatively correct simulations, rather than high- precision solutions.
36468CSF680Adv Smltns in Cmptr GraphicsJonathan Metzgar2019-01-142019-05-04Example topics include, but are not limited to, software requirements engineering, cryptography, parallel algorithm development and analysis. May be repeated for credit with change of topic.
35632DEVMF054PrealgebraJudith Atkinson2019-01-142019-05-04Basic concepts of prealgebra mathematics. Topics include operations and applications of whole numbers, integers, fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions, percents, geometry and measures, evaluation of algebraic expressions and applications.
35633DEVMF055Elementary AlgebraJudith Atkinson2019-01-142019-05-04Topics include evaluation and simplifying algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations and graphs of lines. Special fees apply.
35634DEVMF105Intermediate AlgebraJudith Atkinson2019-01-142019-05-04Topics 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. To matriculate to MATH F151X from DEVM F105 a grade of B or higher is required.
35635DEVMF105Intermediate AlgebraJudith Atkinson2019-01-142019-05-04Topics 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. To matriculate to MATH F151X from DEVM F105 a grade of B or higher is required.
35636ECEF101Intro Early Childhood ProfessnPatricia Meritt2019-01-142019-04-30Includes historical foundation, current issues and trends, exposure to a variety of developmentally appropriate programs, contemporary needs of children and families, the importance of being an advocate, professional standards and career opportunities, introduction to NAEYC and the code of ethical conduct.
35637ECEF104XDvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Rich2019-01-142019-04-30Foundation in child development prenatal to age 3. Includes anticipating the emerging development during the rapid growth of these critical years. Focuses on domains, theories, cultural perspectives and multiple influences on development, with an emphasis on prenatal development, healthy childbirth, the importance of relationships, and meaningful environments. Includes observation, reflection, early intervention and labs.
35638ECEF104XDvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Rich2019-01-142019-04-30Foundation in child development prenatal to age 3. Includes anticipating the emerging development during the rapid growth of these critical years. Focuses on domains, theories, cultural perspectives and multiple influences on development, with an emphasis on prenatal development, healthy childbirth, the importance of relationships, and meaningful environments. Includes observation, reflection, early intervention and labs.
35639ECEF104XDvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2019-01-282019-05-04Foundation in child development prenatal to age 3. Includes anticipating the emerging development during the rapid growth of these critical years. Focuses on domains, theories, cultural perspectives and multiple influences on development, with an emphasis on prenatal development, healthy childbirth, the importance of relationships, and meaningful environments. Includes observation, reflection, early intervention and labs.
35640ECEF107Dvlpmnt II: Prschl and PrmryJennifer Russell2019-01-142019-04-30Foundation in development for the study of children ages 3-8, including developmental domains, theories, milestones and cultural influences, including indigenous and traditional practices. The emphasis is on helping students use their knowledge of child development to predict and promote optimal growth in children. Practical experiences, such as observations and laboratory participation, will be included.
36303ECEF110Safe Healthy Learning EnvrnmntKelly Doughty2019-01-142019-04-30Establishing and maintaining inclusive, safe, healthy, culturally and developmentally appropriate environments for children ages birth-8 years of age. Topics include preventative health care, safety aspects of field trips and indoor and outdoor settings. Completing coursework fall 2017 or later will meet the SOA Child Care Licensing health and safety requirements.
35641ECEF119Curriculum I: Princ & PracticeSerene O'Hara-Jolley2019-01-142019-04-30Methods of creating and facilitating individually and culturally appropriate curriculum for young children. Establishing integrated, meaningful and relevant experiences applied to the area of language and literacy. Includes a balance of individual and small group experiences, child-centered curriculum and teacher-directed times, as well as transitions. Focus on emergent curriculum, active learning and play. The use of local materials and resources is incorporated. Labs required.
36304ECEF140Pos Social & Emotional DevUA Staff2019-01-142019-04-30Explores the importance of self-regulation, a strong self-concept and methods for helping children develop positive self-esteem. Focus on emotional intelligence, pro-social orientation, and social competence. Anti-bias curriculum is included. Techniques explored for working with groups of children birth-8 years old including social problem solving and developing skills for making friends.
35642ECEF170Practicum IFawn Charles2019-01-142019-04-30A guided student teaching experience in working with a group of 0-8 year old children. Students apply skill in providing quality early care and education based on the knowledge of early childhood theories and approved practices. Assumes increasing responsibility for planning and lead teaching.
35644ECEF229Found in Nutr & Phys WellnessPatricia Meritt2019-01-282019-05-04Appropriate ways to meet the physical needs of infants and young children including nutrition, movement and exercise. Includes laws, regulations and appropriate practices in child nutrition as well as initiatives and trends to combat malnutrition and obesity in young children. Includes providing positive role modeling and helping families understand the essentials of good health in the home, starting with prenatal maternal health and including breastfeeding and traditional and local foods. Explores space, materials, equipment and activities to promote physical health and fitness.
35645ECEF270Practicum IIFawn Charles2019-01-142019-04-30An advanced guided field experience in working with a group of young children in a school or center. May include teaching in a team situation and working with families.
35646ECONF100XPolitical EconomyTaylor Young2019-01-142019-05-04Survey of the evolution and operation of the American domestic political economy with consideration of market failures and government responses. Review of major issues in political economy such as inflation, poverty and budget deficits. Exploration of linkages between American and global systems.
35647ECONF201XPrin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsNoelle Graham2019-01-142019-05-04Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities.
35648ECONF202XPrin of Econ II:MacroeconomicsUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04Analysis and theory of national income, money and banking, stabilization policy, and international trade and finance.
35649ECONF321Intermediate MicroeconomicsMark Herrmann2019-01-142019-05-04Analysis of demand and supply under various market forms, cost and theory of production, factor pricing and theory of distribution and survey of welfare economics.
35650ECONF350Money and BankingChristopher Wright2019-01-142019-05-04The liquid wealth system in the United States, including the commercial banking system, the Federal Reserve System and nonbank financial institutions; the regulation of money and credit and its impact on macroeconomic policy objectives.
35651EDF486Media LiteracyDiane Kardash2019-01-142019-05-04Promotes critical thinking skills that empower people to make independent judgments and informed decisions in response to information conveyed through the channels of mass communications. Emphasis on developing students and others into critical viewers, listeners and readers of media.
37829EDF493GeoSTEM:Ute Kaden2019-01-142019-05-04
35658EDF631Culture, Community & CurrclmRichard Hum2019-01-142019-05-04Salient issues involved with the development of effective programs of instruction in small schools, including foundational design, conceptual models, organizational strategies, technical skills, current issues and trends, and their implications and application to the environment of rural Alaska.
35659EDF653Instructional DesignEllen Mason2019-01-142019-05-04Instructional design combines technology skills with application of learning theory to maximize the effectiveness of education. This course explores instructional design from a practical perspective. Students will acquire hands-on practice with a variety of computer-based tools while exploring instructional methods and principles of design.
36077EDF677Digital StorytellingKendell Newman2019-01-142019-05-04This course examines the principles of storytelling in general and digital storytelling in particular, paying close attention to the use of digital storytelling to inform, persuade and entertain across a variety of social and cultural institutions. Elements of digital storytelling will be investigated and used to create original digital stories in a variety of media.
35663EDF687Alaska:Rsorcs/People/PerspectvCharles Topkok2019-01-142019-05-04Introduces a broad range of essential Alaska information for educators including information on history, geography, literature, economics and politics.
36078EDF690Seminar in Cross-cult StudiesCharles Topkok2019-01-142019-05-04Investigation of current issues in cross-cultural contexts. Opportunity for students to synthesize prior graduate studies and research. Seminar is taken near the terminus of a graduate program.
37830EDF693GeoSTEM:Ute Kaden2019-01-142019-05-04
35664EDSEF422Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2019-01-142019-05-04Provides in-depth understanding of best practice strategies for supporting students with high incidence disabilities. A theoretical basis for selecting approaches is presented along with practical strategies of methods of instruction and classroom management for addressing the needs of students. Development, implementation, support and evaluation of Individual Education Program (IEP) plan for students with high incidence disabilities as well as classroom management techniques and plans developed for inclusion of high incidence disabilities in culturally responsive ways. Field experience and research are required.
35665EDSEF448Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2019-01-142019-05-04This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting.
35666EDSEF612Crrclm, Mang & Strtgs I: LowBrenda Williamson2019-01-142019-05-04Provides in-depth understanding of best practice strategies for supporting students with low incidence disabilities in culturally responsive ways. Development, implementation and evaluation of Individual Education Program (IEP) plan emphasizing transition plans for students with intensive needs that include a crisis management plan for severe behaviors. Community-based collaborative management techniques and plans will be developed to support post-school transitions. Field experience required.
35667EDSEF622Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2019-01-142019-05-04Provides in-depth understanding of best practice strategies supporting students with high incidence disabilities. A theoretical basis for selecting approaches is presented along with practical strategies of methods of instruction and classroom management for addressing the needs of students. Development, implementation, support and evaluation of Individual Education Program (IEP) plan for students with high incidence disabilities as well as classroom management techniques and plans developed for inclusion of high incidence disabilities in culturally responsive ways. Field and research experience required.
36085EDSEF633Autism: Cmmnctn & Scl IntrvntnJoanne Healy2019-01-142019-05-04Current methods for assessment and intervention of students with autism and other developmental disabilities Current issues and trends affecting educational practices are analyzed. Case study method used to make assessment and instructional decisions for pro-social solutions. Parent communication is emphasized. Field experience required.
35669EDSEF648Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2019-01-142019-05-04This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. Research projects required.
35670EDSEF677Engl/Lang Arts Assess, CurrJulie Lougee2019-01-142019-05-04Provides in-depth review and analysis of current research on language and English Language Arts (reading, writing and spelling) acquisition, assessment and intervention. Emphasizes the use of evidence-based practices. Identifies the link between language and literacy development. Considers academic, cultural and linguistic diversity. Field experience required.
35671EDSEF680Special Educ Clinical PracticeJoanne Healy2019-01-142019-05-04For certified and initial licensure special education candidates. Full time field experience with individuals who have disabilities in approved K-12 public schools and affiliated facilities. Fieldwork assignments vary across areas of teaching specialization. Candidates assume full classroom responsibilities for planning, instruction and assessment under the direction of site and university supervisors. Includes regular seminars.
34795ENGLF200XWorld LiteratureGayle Hammons2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to critical reading and appreciation of a wide variety of literary texts from different cultures. Includes exposure to a variety of approaches to myth, poetry, story telling and drama. Students will gain an understanding of cultural differences and universals in texts from American, American minority, Western European and non-Western sources. Specific content to be announced at time of registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies.
34796ENGLF200XWorld LiteratureMaureen Sullivan2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to critical reading and appreciation of a wide variety of literary texts from different cultures. Includes exposure to a variety of approaches to myth, poetry, story telling and drama. Students will gain an understanding of cultural differences and universals in texts from American, American minority, Western European and non-Western sources. Specific content to be announced at time of registration. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies.
34797ENGLF270XIntro to Creative WritingChristie Hinrichs2019-01-142019-05-04Forms and techniques of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Close study of the techniques of established writers.
35673ENGLF270XIntro to Creative WritingJaclyn Bergamino2019-01-142019-05-04Forms and techniques of fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction for beginning students; discussion of students' work in class and in individual conferences. Close study of the techniques of established writers.
37357ENGLF307Amer Lit: Civil War-PresentJames Ruppert2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive study of American thought as reflected in the writers of Realism, Naturalism, Modernism, and Post-modernism.
34798ENGLF314Technical WritingCarolyn Stice2019-01-142019-05-04Writing business letters (letters of inquiry, complaint, evaluation, and job application with resume), preparing tables, graphs, process descriptions, technical instructions, abstracts, grant proposals, and technical reports (progress, laboratory, survey, incident, inspection, feasibility and research). Course does not fulfill the second half of the requirement in written communication.
34799ENGLF314Technical WritingDerek Hinckley2019-01-142019-05-04Writing business letters (letters of inquiry, complaint, evaluation, and job application with resume), preparing tables, graphs, process descriptions, technical instructions, abstracts, grant proposals, and technical reports (progress, laboratory, survey, incident, inspection, feasibility and research). Course does not fulfill the second half of the requirement in written communication.
36295ENVEF651Environmental Risk AssessmentRobert Perkins2019-01-142019-05-04The characterization of population exposures and the evidence used to identify environmental substances that may pose a human health risk. The theory and methods for estimating risk: hazard identification, dose-response assessment, exposure assessment and risk characterization.
36852FISHF394Salmon People PlacePeter Westley2019-01-142019-05-04
36271FISHF694Oceanography, Fisheries & ArctBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
36273FISHF694Scientific Writing TechniquesBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
36275FISHF694Advanced Scientific WritingBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
34938FLPAF105XHistory of the CinemaUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester.
35676FLPAF200XPrfmnce Prdctn and the AudnceRebecca George2019-01-142019-05-04Understanding and appreciation of dramatic performance in culture, theatre and film through an exploration of its diverse styles, influences and developments. Topics include performance theories, the creative process, historical and cultural contexts and popular movements and trends.
34939FLPAF217XIntro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2019-01-142019-05-04An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects.
34941FLPAF334Movies & Films: Wtchng/AnlyzngMichael Walsh2019-01-142019-05-04Rotating thematic topics in the art of classic cinema (films) and the popular mass media (movies). Comparative analysis of classics and recent motion pictures is used to present elements of film language, analysis and criticism.
36186FRENF102XElementary French IIJohn Ancheta2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the French language and culture. Development of competence and performance in the language through understanding, recognition and use of linguistic structures; increasing emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking; basic vocabulary of approximately 1,000 words; exploration of the cultural dimension, implicitly through language, and explicitly through texts and audiovisual materials.
34943GEOGF101XExpdtn Earth:Intro to GeogrphyRoger Pearson2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to essential concepts and approaches of geographic study. Explores physical, political, economic and cultural geography of major world culture regions. Examines each region in relation to others, and in context of global economic, political and environmental change.
34944GEOGF302Geography of AlaskaRoger Pearson2019-01-142019-05-04Regional, physical and economic geography of Alaska. Special consideration of the state's renewable and nonrenewable resources and of plans for their wise use. Frequent class study of representative maps and visual materials.
35678GEOSF600Intro to X-ray SpectrometryKenneth Severin2019-01-142019-05-04Theory of X-ray spectrometry, qualitative and quantitative elemental analysis. Mechanics of electron, microprobe and X-ray fluorescence analysis. Applicable to geologic, materials science and biologic samples. Required for use of the microprobe at UAF.
37682GEOSF657Microwave Remote SensingFranz Meyer2019-01-142019-05-04The principles and applications of active and passive microwave remote sensing with emphasis on spaceborne remote sensing of the Earth's atmosphere, land and oceans. The laboratory section will provide hands-on experience on special processing techniques, and the possibility of using these techniques for a student-defined term project in areas of geology, volcanology, glaciology, hydrology, environmental sciences, etc.
35679GERF102XElementary German IIHelga Wagenleiter2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the German language and culture: development of competence and performance in the language through understanding, recognition and use of linguistic structures; increasing emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking; basic vocabulary of approximately 1,000 words; exploration of the cultural dimension, implicitly through language, and explicitly through texts and audiovisual materials.
34877HISTF100XModern World HistoryPierce Bateman2019-01-142019-05-04Significant aspects of modern world history, using either a chronological or an issues approach to be announced when offered. The chronological approach will examine major global developments in the twentieth century, while the issues approach will deal with such aspects of the modern world as revolutionary change, the interaction of peoples, ideology and the historical background of significant contemporary events.
35681HISTF132XHistory of the U.S.John Heaton2019-01-142019-05-04Surveys U.S. history from post-Civil War Reconstruction to the present. It examines challenges faced by the nation as it grappled with transformations and international crises that resulted from industrialization, urbanization, immigration, expanded globalization, economic crisis and two world wars. The U.S. emerged from World War II as a super power, but found itself locked in a Cold War struggle against communism that provided the backdrop to the second half of the 20th century. It influenced cultural, social, political and economic changes that continue to shape American life and foreign policy today. This course develops critical thinking and writing skills: introduces the methods, theories and approaches that inform historical interpretations of this era; and provides opportunities to use qualitative and quantitative data-- the primary source materials-- that historians use to defend their interpretations and arguements.
36188HISTF275Perspectives on HistoryRoss Coen2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to the variety of historical approaches and to the "uses" of history. (Course is required for history majors and should be taken soon after declaring a History major as possible; non-majors are strongly discouraged from taking this course.)
34879HISTF404Modern ScandinaviaMary Ehrlander2019-01-142019-05-04Scandinavia (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) from the 19th century to the present: the development of parliamentary democracy and welfare systems, cooperation and neutrality, and Scandinavia's experience in the world wars.
36209HISTF455Military HistoryOwen Guthrie2019-01-142019-05-04Warfare from classical times to the present: the interrelationships of warfare and society, the role of technology and the development of tactics and strategy.
35683HLTHF100Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Study of medical terminology, including analysis and origin of word roots, prefixes and suffixes. Understanding the word components, students will be able to build, spell and define medical words. Content will be presented by body systems focusing on terms for anatomy, diagnostic, laboratory and medical specialties. Includes use of medical dictionary, word pronunciation and abbreviations. Designed for health care professionals.
35684HLTHF100Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Study of medical terminology, including analysis and origin of word roots, prefixes and suffixes. Understanding the word components, students will be able to build, spell and define medical words. Content will be presented by body systems focusing on terms for anatomy, diagnostic, laboratory and medical specialties. Includes use of medical dictionary, word pronunciation and abbreviations. Designed for health care professionals.
35685HLTHF106Human Behavior in Health CareShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Discussion of general concepts in human behavior and the specialized psychological issues when dealing with patients and loved ones in health care settings. Students perform self-evaluation and survey other cultures to allow examination of perceptions, individual biases, beliefs and their impacts on behavior.
35686HLTHF110Professional Skills/WorkplaceKarina Gonzales-Smith2019-02-112019-05-04Presents skills to ensure success for the professional secretary, receptionist, medical worker and others. Includes interview skills, business manners, customer service and dressing for success.
35687HLTHF116Mathematics in Health CareKarina Gonzales-Smith2019-01-142019-05-04Practical application of mathematics in health care, including arithmetic review, percentages, interest, ratio, proportion, dimensional analysis, metric system, medication calculation, graphs, charts and measurement instruments.
35688HLTHF118Medical Law and EthicsBetty Aldrich2019-01-142019-05-04In-depth coverage of legal and ethical issues encountered in health care settings. Students will gain a practical knowledge of legal and ethical principles and application of these principles in health care settings.
35689HLTHF130Medical Office TechnologyUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04Introduces current and potential health care workers to computers in the medical office. Will study medical office management software and electronic health record systems. Includes discussion of computer hardware and software, working with operating systems, keyboarding, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation creation and formatting, and database concepts. Special fees may apply.
35690HLTHF203Science of NutritionShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the principles of nutrition and its relationship to the life cycle. Focus on the importance nutrition plays in personal health and how to objectively evaluate nutritional intake using scientifically sound resources.
35691HLTHF203Science of NutritionShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the principles of nutrition and its relationship to the life cycle. Focus on the importance nutrition plays in personal health and how to objectively evaluate nutritional intake using scientifically sound resources.
35692HLTHF234Administrative Procedures IIBarbara Bigelow2019-01-142019-05-04Office management and financial procedures used in medical offices. Includes medical financial recordkeeping systems and computerized office management systems. Includes ICD-9, CPT coding system, patient insurance billing/reimbursement procedures, the demonstration of computational skills in accounts payable/accounts receivable, and office management in the health care setting.
35693HLTHF235Medical CodingShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04The current procedural terminology (CPT) and the international classification of diseases (ICD) systems used in the medical setting. Examines the medical and legal uses of the CPT and ICT code systems in inpatient and outpatient medical settings, urgent care settings, billing departments and ancillary medical professions. Prepares students to take national certification exams.
35694HLTHF237Inpatient Healthcare ReimbursShawn Russell2019-01-142019-05-04Rules and regulations governing the reimbursement of inpatient and hospital coding. Includes HIPAA regulations, Medicare, Medicaid, third party billing, and the legal and ethical guidelines of inpatient billing.
35695HSEMF120Intro to Emergency ManagementSean McGee2019-01-142019-05-04This course will introduce students to the vocabulary and core components of emergency management. The important of this growing field will be discussed. The field is changing rapidly as a result of an increase in frequency, complexity and severity of man-made, natural and technological disasters. Historical events that have changed the nature of the field will be examined and students will be introduced to the leadership and management roles that have emerged as a result of these events taking place.
35696HSEMF121Intro to Homeland SecurityCameron Carlson2019-01-142019-05-04This course will introduce students to the vocabulary and important components of homeland security. We will discuss the importance of the agencies associated with homeland security and their interrelated duties and relationships. Historical events that affect homeland security will be examined. State, national and international laws affecting homeland security will be explored. The most critical threats confronting homeland security will be examined.
35697HSEMF223Terrorism: A Global ThreatTroy Bouffard2019-01-142019-05-04This course will investigate the historical origins of global terrorism, the major contemporary terrorist organizations (foreign and domestic), their ideological motivations and their methodologies for employing terror. It will also explore the threats posed to the United States and the West in terms of national security and the economy. An in-depth examination and evaluation of several case studies of terrorist acts will be made. The primary focus of this course will be on terrorist organizations and their acts of terror.
35698HSEMF225Intel Analysis & Sec MgmtDavid Neel2019-01-142019-05-04This course will examine the history of intelligence gathering and espionage in the United States. A succinct study and comparative analysis of intelligence collection methods of other nations will also be made. An in-depth study of key U.S. intelligence agencies, their collection methodologies, and their effect upon national security will be examined.
35699HSEMF271Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2019-01-142019-05-04This course is about accounting for public organizations such as fire, police and similar functions of local governments. Accounting is an essential function in all organizations. This course is from a user's perspective- understanding accounting reports rather than preparing them. The major topics covered include: understanding financial reports, budgeting preparation, governmental accounting basics, grant writing and management and ethics.
35700HSEMF301Princ Emerg Mgmt & Home SecSean McGee2019-01-142019-05-04The course provides a foundational perspective as to how our present federal emergency management and homeland security structure emerged with emphasis placed on the characteristics, functions, and resources of its integrated systems. This course additionally focuses on the principles and practices of homeland security and emergency management at the local, state and federal levels.
35701HSEMF402Incdnt Cmnd for Emgcy Mdcl SrvDouglas Schrage2019-01-142019-05-04Students will practice use of Incident Command System in coordination with other public safety responders. This course will present scenarios requiring responders to structure their EMS resources within the guidance of NIMS ICS, as appropriate to the needs of the different incident types. Students will demonstrate the implementation of EMS components in an ICS system at incidents. This course is designed to teach the implementation of ICS in day-to-day EMS operations.
35702HSEMF403Public Health in EmergenciesJohn Broderick2019-01-142019-05-04This course focuses on the role public health plays in the disaster lifecycle and emergency management. Public Health is a relatively new concept in emergency management. Topics including public health's role in fostering community resilience, medical intelligence and disease monitoring, behavioral health recovery, ethical considerations and planning for vulnerable and special needs populations are examined.
35703HSEMF406Comparative Homeland SecurityTroy Bouffard2019-01-142019-05-04The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of the homeland security and counterterrorism methods utilized by other countries. To achieve this goal, the course will examine several different countries and compare the policies and strategies they have developed to protect their citizens from unique global threats. This course will help broaden student understanding of homeland security in today's global environment.
35704HSEMF407Comparative Emergency MgmtTroy Bouffard2019-01-142019-05-04This course will focus on examining regional and global responses to various types of disasters. Topics covered will include the importance of regional collaboration between nations in disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery. Additionally, the roles that regional partnerships play in disaster mitigation will be examined, as well as issues concerning the requirements to sustain collaborative efforts between nations in the 21st century.
35705HSEMF412Emerg Planning & PreparednessUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04This course will examine the concepts of developing and writing an emergency operations plan and the elements necessary for inclusion in the plan (all-hazards risk analysis). Students will transition through the process of identifying hazards, creating plans and developing a program which specifically addresses planning and preparedness objectives.
35706HSEMF416Cybersecurity ManagementRoger Nebel2019-01-142019-05-04This focuses on developing an understanding of the concepts, trends and stratagies associated with cyber security and managing the risk associated with information systems. This course will enable managers to understand risks associated with information technology, know how to develop compensating controls or mitigations and introduce how to implement them. These skills will be developed in two operating contexts: planning for normal operations and during and emergency event/incident. Planning process, mitigation strategies, detection and recovery associated with cyber security and risk management will be covered.
37652HSEMF417Cybersecurity ResiliencyRoger Nebel2019-01-142019-05-04This course focuses on the challenges faced by organizational leadership resisting, responding and recovering from cyber-attacks impacting business critical data. This course will further the understanding of a new and demanding career field emerging within the emergency management and homeland security fields. Without the knowledge of how to build a cyber security resilient organization, the future emergency manager will lack critical skills.
35707HSEMF418Cybercrime, Fraud and LawRoger Nebel2019-01-142019-05-04This course provides an introduction to cybercrime. The history of cybercrime in the U.S. and the resulting law and regulatory enviroment it has resulted in are covered. Techniques and resources for investigating cyber incidents will be presented, as well as the methods used to commit malicious or criminal acts. Active elements of the cyber underworld, including organized crime, terrorist and state sponsored activity, will be discussed. Finally students will become familiar with legal processes they may find themselves a part of, litigation, depositions and expert reporting.
35708HSEMF423Disaster Response Ops & MgmtUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04The purpose of this course is to develop an understanding of the principles that promote effective disaster response and recovery operations after disasters. To achieve this goal, the course will examine the nature of disasters as well as the roles and responsibilities of various actors involved in emergency management and homeland security. Various problems associated with response and recovery operations will be identified and discussed with special emphasis on the role of technology and communications coordination.
35709HSEMF434All-hazards Risk AnalysisCatherine Chatfield2019-01-142019-05-04This course covers risk analysis and assessment from an All-Hazards emergency management and homeland security perspective. Students will explore vulnerability and risk assessment methodologies for natural, man-made as well as technological disasters/events and develop an understanding of the processes used in identifying and quantifying vulnerabilities in a system (e.g., a physical facility such as a chemical plant, or an infrastructure component such as a power plant).
35710HSEMF439Supervising Emergency ServicesDouglas Schrage2019-01-142019-05-04This course is intended for upper division students not yet working in the emergency services field as well as seasoned fire officers seeking a structured examination of issues relating to supervision of firefighters and emergency environment. Topics includes a review of federal laws, labor relations, coaching, counseling and disciplinary action, managing conflict, motivation, stress management, time management and group dynamics. This course will be conducted in seminar format using a flipped classroom approach, in which most content is presented between class sessions and synthesis of information occurs during facilitated class discussions. This course aligns with the National Fire Academy Fire and Emergency Services Higher Education model core curriculum.
35711HSEMF445Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtAmber Lammers2019-01-142019-05-04The course serves as an introduction to crisis management and organizational continuity from a private sector business crisis and continuity management partnership perspective. The topics include comprehensive emergency management, public and private roles and partnerships for emergency and crisis management, the risk management process, strategic crisis management, contingency planning, training and exercises, emergency response, business continuity and recovery, the role of the crisis management team, and crisis communication.
35712HSEMF452Internship in Emergency MngmntKristina Racina2019-01-142019-05-04A supervised practical work experience to enable students to apply their course work in a fire department or closely related field of emergency services. Admission dependent upon approved sponsorship arrangements.
35713HSEMF456Leadrshp in Dangerous ContxtsCameron Carlson2019-01-142019-05-04This course focuses on the challenges faced by those who serve as leaders during crisis and emergency circumstances. During emergency circumstances, leading others, being able to influence and motivate them during crisis is critical. Topics including leadership and followership, crisis decision making, fear and emotion and the unique circumstances of an emergency manager/homeland security professional are examined.
37653HSEMF467Currnt Topics in Public SafetySean McGee2019-01-142019-05-04This course examines current public safety topics with regards to relevant trends and practices. Topics of interest may include militarization of the police, mass shootings, police-community partnerships, technology, media relations, and transparency.
37654HSEMF603Disaster Management PolicyTroy Bouffard2019-01-142019-05-04This course will provide context for and contemporary coverage of the fields of disaster management and homeland security. Emphasis will be placed on the role of persons at all levels; federal, state and local. This can include scientists, engineers, civil and military, elected/appointed officials and first responders. The course will explore how social science research can be usefully applied to policy development and everyday practice. Students will discuss and review public policy, organizational management and leadership issues they will face as future practitioners and leaders in the field.
35714HSEMF605Community Planning in EMDavid Kang2019-01-142019-05-04This course will teach students how community and urban planning principles affect the homeland security and emergency management enterprise. This class is designed with both the traditional emergency manager and urban/community planner in mind to provide a wider perspective as to the larger considerations of urban and community planning in the planning of preparedness. Students will be taught the application of urban community planning methodologies, policies, programs and activities in the context of emergency management. This is an advanced class with the assumption that students have a foundational understanding of basic emergency management and/or homeland security.
35715HSEMF607Vulnerability and ProtectionSamuel Alexander2019-01-142019-05-04This course examines security as a discipline and responsibility. The key focus of security is the protection of assets, whether in the public or private sector. It also includes management principles and concepts that practitioners can use to develop defensible and resilient operations, communities and businesses. The course explores the relationship of security to vulnerability and its role in the overall management of risk. It delves into the functions and responsibilities of security practitioners in public and private organizations, and broaches key aspects of institutional security concerns, including control of access, terrorist attack, critical infrastructure protection, insider threats and workplace violence. The course touches on the evolving nature of the homeland security enterprise and of protective concerns within a global context.
35716HSEMF613International Disaster MangmntUA Staff2019-01-142019-05-04This course serves as an overview to international disaster management (IDM) addressing the complex and interrelated issues of disasters in a global context. The course will explore historical, socio-economic, risk, hazard, response, preparedness and recovery aspects of international disasters. Special emphasis will be placed on the understanding of those organizations and agencies which play a prominent role in the international disaster management arena.
35717HSEMF632Project ManagementVicki Wrona2019-01-142019-05-04This course is designed to cover key components of project management fundamentals with emphasis on the project life cycle, project definition, project schedule and cost management, human resource allocation and the challenges facing project managers in every industry. We will focus on concepts, theories and best practices, while discussing managing and leading project teams in complex environments.
35718HSEMF690Security and Disaster MangmntCameron Carlson2019-01-142019-05-04This course serves as the capstone course for the security and disaster management degree. This course should be taken near the end of the students' graduate program. This course will focus on the integration of both security and disaster management in a complex globalized environment. The course will explore touch points for public and private partnerships, organizing for effective security and disaster management solutions and the development of effective policies for both the public and private sectors.
37578HSEMF692Seminar: Business ContinuityAmber Lammers2019-01-142019-05-04This course is designed to bring Homeland Security and emergency management topics into the classroom as necessary. Such topics might include international security, disaster logistics or disaster economics. Additional topics will arise out of current events. This course may be taken 2 times as topics change.
35720HUMSF125XIntro to Addictive ProcessesMichael Daku2019-01-142019-05-04Focus on gaining knowledge of the psycho-social aspects of addiction. Historic and behavioral approaches, disease concept and current trends relating to addiction presented. Twelve step and self-help approaches explored.
35005INUF193Beginning Inupiaq EskimoChelsey Zibell2019-01-142019-05-04
35721JUSTF110XIntroduction to JusticeGary Copus2019-01-142019-05-04Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections.
35722JUSTF125XIntro to Addictive ProcessesMichael Daku2019-01-142019-05-04Focus on gaining knowledge of the psycho-social aspects of addiction. Historic and behavioral approaches, disease concept and current trends relating to addiction presented. Twelve step and self-help approaches explored.
35723JUSTF251XCriminologyFrank Boldt2019-01-142019-05-04The study of the major areas of deviant behavior and its relationship to society, law and law enforcement, including the theories of crime causation.
35724JUSTF300XEthics and JusticeGary Copus2019-01-142019-05-04An examination of ethical and moral concepts, and their relationship to criminal justice issues. Applies ethics theories to the criminal justice institutions of police, courts and corrections. Examines ethical and moral dilemmas which confront crime control policy makers.
35725JUSTF310Principles of CorrectionsMichael Daku2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to adult institutions, community- based programs, and theories of incarceration. Correctional programs are examined.
36210JUSTF340Rural Justice in AlaskaJeffrey May2019-01-142019-05-04Application of the western justice system to remote northern Native villages including issues arising from cultural conflicts, difficulties associated with a centralized justice system serving distant roadless communities, the federal/Indian relationship, and a description of crime occurring in the villages.
36212JUSTF352Criminal LawEdgar Husted2019-01-142019-05-04A study of elements, purposes and functions of the substantive criminal law with emphasis upon historical and philosophical concepts.
35726JUSTF358Juvenile DelinquencyMichael Daku2019-01-142019-05-04Theories of delinquency, the extent of delinquency, the historical development of juvenile justice, the juvenile system, and how it impacts on youth in relation to police, courts, institutions and community programs. Includes youth violence, gangs, gender, race and class.
35727JUSTF453Comparative CriminologyJon Duke2019-01-142019-05-04The Justice program focuses on the American justice system with an emphasis in restorative processes, alternative dispute resolution, and Alaskan justice. This course examines the development of philosophy and law; and the historical and modern practice of justice throughout the world.
36213JUSTF492Seminar:Restorative JusticeJon Duke2019-01-142019-04-29Various topics of current interest and importance to the justice major will be presented. Topics will be announced prior to each offering.
35728JUSTF615Just Prog Plan/Eval/Grant WrtJon Duke2019-01-142019-05-04Program planning and evaluation. Includes grant proposal writing with emphasis on federal sources of grant funding. Note: Offered via the Internet.
35729JUSTF620Personnel Mgmt in Crim JustJon Duke2019-01-142019-05-04Foundation for effective management of personnel in criminal justice by supervisors. Includes recruiting, selection, training, on-site supervision, termination and replacement of subordinates.
35730JUSTF625Legal Aspects Crim Just MgmtJeffrey May2019-01-142019-05-04A basic understanding of legal issues faced by criminal justice managers and administrators. Included is a study of the legal considerations surrounding recruitment and hiring practices, sexual harassment, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Labor Standards Act. The course will be offered via the Internet.
35731JUSTF698Non-thesis Research/ProjectJon Duke2019-01-142019-05-04
35732JUSTF699ThesisJon Duke2019-01-142019-05-04
35733LATF101XBeginning Latin ICarl Strange Jr2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to ancient Latin language and Roman culture, development of competence through reading original authors with emphasis on vocabulary, recognition and correct use of grammar.
35734LATF102XBeginning Latin IICarl Strange Jr2019-01-142019-05-04Continuation of the introduction to ancient Latin language and Roman culture, development of competence through reading original authors with emphasis on vocabulary, recognition and correct use of grammar.
33843LINGF600Research Mthds Appld LingSabine Siekmann2019-01-142019-05-04Review of quantitative and qualitative research paradigms, data gathering techniques and analytical tools (questionnaires, surveys, observations, testing) used in the study of applied linguistics. Topics will include ethical issues in human subjects research, how to conduct a literature review, how to conduct classroom-based research.
34802LINGF699ThesisSabine Siekmann2019-01-142019-05-04
35735LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2019-03-182019-04-26Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35736LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchIlana Kingsley2019-02-112019-03-29Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35737LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchIlana Kingsley2019-02-112019-03-29Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35738LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchKaren Jensen2019-01-022019-01-11Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35739LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2019-01-142019-02-22Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35740LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2019-03-182019-04-26Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
35741LSF101XLibrary Information & ResearchDeborah Rinio2019-01-142019-02-22Introduction to effective library research methods and principles of information organization and retrieval. Emphasis on applied experience with finding and evaluating information, especially through use of library catalogs, journal indexes and Internet resources. Some sections may emphasize selected academic areas.
34991MATHF113XNumbers and SocietyHillary VanSpronsen2019-01-142019-05-04Numbers and data help us understand our society. In this course, we develop mathematical concepts and tools to understand what numbers and data can tell us. Topics may include the mathematics of elections and voting, modeling population growth, financial mathematics, polls and surveying, and introductory probability and descriptive statistics.
36063MATHF114XPatterns and SocietyHillary VanSpronsen2019-01-142019-05-04Patterns are present in every aspect of daily life. In this course, we develop mathematical concepts and tools to understand what patterns can tell us. Topics may include dividing things fairly; determining efficient routes and schedules; analyzing networks and their properties; the mathematics of symmetry, fractal geometry, and patterns in nature.
36757MATHF122RPrep for Essntl Precalc w/AppsLatrice Bowman2019-01-022019-01-11An intensive, individualized review of prerequisite topics needed in Essential Precalculus with Applications along with small group practice of related functions topics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and mathematical communication. Also included will be instruction on how to be successful in precalculus for business. Note: Credit may be earned for taking MATH F122R or MATH F122S, but not for both.
34992MATHF122XEssntl Precalc w/ApplicationsLatrice Bowman2019-01-142019-05-04A study of various classes of functions, exploring their numeric, algebraic and graphical aspects. Function classes include linear, quadratic, rational, exponential and logarithmic. This course is appropriate for students in programs relating to business and economics or life sciences or students intending to take MATH F230X. Note: Credit may be earned for MATH F151X or MATH F122X, but not for both.
36760MATHF151RPrep for Cllge Algbra for CalcLatrice Bowman2019-01-022019-01-11An intensive, individualized review of prerequisite topics needed in College Algebra for Calculus along with small group practice of related topics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and mathematical communication. Also included will be instruction on how to be successful in College Algebra for Calculus. Note: Credit may be earned for taking MATH F151R or MATH F151S, but not for both.
34993MATHF151XCollege Algebra for CalculusHillary VanSpronsen2019-01-142019-05-04Study of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations; applications. Note: Credit may be earned for MATH F151X or MATH F122X, but not for both. Note: Only eight credits total may be earned from MATH F151X, MATH F152X and MATH F156X.
34994MATHF152XTrigonometryJohn Egenolf2019-01-142019-05-04A study of trigonometric functions including graphing, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, solving equations and polar coordinates; applications. Note: Only eight credits total may be earned from MATH F151X, MATH F152X and MATH F156X.
36444MATHF156RPrep for PrecalculusLatrice Bowman2019-01-022019-01-11An intensive, individualized review of prerequisite topics needed in precalculus along with small group practice of related topics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and mathematical communication. Also included will be instruction on how to be successful in precalculus. Note: Credit may be earned for taking MATH F156R or MATH F156S, but not for both.
35742MATHF156XPrecalculusHillary VanSpronsen2019-01-142019-05-04Various classes of functions and their graphs are explored numerically, algebraically and graphically. Function classes include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric. Skills and concepts needed for calculus are emphasized. This class is intended for students intending to take MATH F251X. Note: Only eight credits total may be earned from MATH F151X, MATH F152X and MATH F156X.
36761MATHF230RPrep for Esntl Calculus w/AppsLatrice Bowman2019-01-022019-01-11An intensive, individualized review of prerequisite topics needed in Essential Calculus with Applications along with small group practice of related topics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and mathematical communication. Also included will be instruction on how to be successful in calculus. Note: credit may be earned for taking MATH F230R or MATH F230S, but not for both.
34995MATHF230XEssential Calc w/ApplicationsLatrice Bowman2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to the key ideas of differential and integral calculus, and their uses in business, economics and the life sciences. This course emphasizes a solid conceptual understanding, along with calculation techniques for basic applications. Note: Credit cannot be earned for both MATH F230X and MATH F251X. MATH F230X cannot serve as a prerequisite for MATH F252X.
35743MATHF251LCalculus I RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2019-01-142019-05-04Recitation section for Calculus I. Activities may include worksheets, quizzes and problem sessions associated with corresponding lecture material from MATH F251X.
33879MATHF251RPrep for CalculusLatrice Bowman2019-01-022019-01-11An intensive, individualized review of prerequisite topics needed in calculus along with small group practice of related topics. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and mathematical communication. Also included will be instruction on how to be successful in calculus. Note: Credit may be earned for taking MATH F251R or MATH F251S, but not for both.
34996MATHF251XCalculus ICaleb Jurkowski2019-01-142019-05-04A first course in single-variable calculus. Topics include limits; continuity and differentiation of functions; applications of the derivative to graphing, optimization, and rates of change; definite and indefinite integration; and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Note: Credit may not be earned for both MATH F251X and MATH F230X.
36072MATHF252XCalculus IIBeth Zirbes2019-01-142019-05-04Further topics in single-variable calculus, including techniques of integration; applications of integration; convergence of sequences and series; parameterized curves; and polar coordinates.
34997MATHF253XCalculus IIIOdile Bastille2019-01-142019-05-04Multivariable calculus. Topics include vectors in 2- and 3-dimensions; differential calculus of functions of several variables; multiple integration; vector calculus, including Green's and Stokes' Theorem; and applications.
34998MATHF302Differential EquationsEdward Bueler2019-01-142019-05-04Nature and origin of differential equations, first order equations and solutions, linear differential equations with constant coefficients, systems of equations, power series solutions, operational methods, and applications.
35744MBAF607Human Resources ManagementKristina Racina2019-01-142019-03-08The study of the effective management of human resources in organizations to include employee planning and recruiting, selection and orientation, training and career development, performance evaluation, compensation, EEO, occupational safety and health, and labor relations.
35745MBAF617Organizational Theory/ManagersNicole Cundiff2019-01-142019-03-08Overview of the history, concepts, literature and applications in organizational theory. Emphasis on applications and cases applying organizational theory concepts to management.
35746MBAF632Project ManagementVicki Wrona2019-01-142019-05-04This course is designed to cover key components of project management fundamentals with emphasis on the project life cycle, project definition, project schedule and cost management, human resource allocation and the challenges facing project managers in every industry. We will focus on concepts, theories and best practices, while discussing managing and leading project teams in complex environments.
35747MBAF643Marketing ManagementLance Gentry2019-03-182019-05-04Provides managerial approach to examining processes for identifying prospective opportunities, as well as review of marketing mix elements relating to planning, developing and implementing marketing plans. Topics include market segmentation, buyer behavior, product policy and strategy, pricing, promotion and sales force management, distribution channel policy, competitive behavior, market research and marketing ethics.
35748MBAF674New Venture DevelopmentPing Lan2019-01-142019-05-04This course will provide students with a venue for commercializing their own or selected innovative ideas through focused study in several key areas of entrepreneurship. The hands-on approach and experience will teach specific methods to assess and understand the industry, customers and competitors for a new venture. Students will then learn to translate those insights into a winning venture idea, a business model and a set of distinctive new products and services. With this venture strategy in hand, students will then learn how to best raise venture financing, how to write a power business plan and create a compelling pitch for investors. Topics in this course include the meaning of entrepreneurship, concept to new venture, opportunity and feasibilty study, intellectual property protection, strategic management, marketing strategies, new venture financing and human capital management.
35749MBAF675Quantitat Methods for ManagersBetty Ross2019-01-142019-03-08An in-depth treatment of quantitative research methods in an applied context. The usefulness of those techniques to the managerial decision-making process. Research skills are presented as a set of tools that enable managers to make better decisions.
35750MBAF680Financial Markets and StrategyHaiwei Chen2019-03-182019-05-04Description of capital markets, development of the major financial theories that explain how to value financial instruments, and examination of how these theories can be used by corporations to evaluate real investments. How firms choose among the various instruments available to them for financing operations and how these instruments help firms manage risks. These corporate financial decisions are viewed as part of the overall corporate strategy of firms, affecting investment and operating strategies, product market strategies, and the ways in which executives are compensated.
35751MBAF690Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2019-03-182019-05-04An integrative approach to strategy formation and implementation (decision-making) to achieve organization goals. Students will be introduced to theoretical perspectives and associated methodologies directed toward resolving the unstructured problems and opportunities which confront general managers at the highest levels of an organization.
35752MBAF691Advanced Topics in BusinessMargaret Keiper2019-03-182019-05-04Developing managers' ability to excel in specialized areas of business such as entrepreneurship and risk management. Note: May be taken twice for credit when topic changes.
35753MSLF111XThe OceansJennifer Reynolds2019-01-142019-05-04Study of the oceans from the broad perspective offered by combining insights from biology, physics, chemistry and geology. Topics include the evolution of the oceans and marine life, forces acting on water and the resulting currents and waves, and relationships between the physics and chemistry of water bodies and their biological productivity. Societal questions related to fisheries management, global climate change and pollution will be discussed.
36272MSLF694Oceanography, Fish & ArcticBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
36274MSLF694Scientific Writing TechniquesBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
36276MSLF694Advanced Scientific WritingBrenda Norcross2019-01-142019-05-04
34999MUSF103XMusic FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2019-01-142019-05-04An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony.
35755MUSF103XMusic FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2019-01-142019-05-04An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony.
35000MUSF200XExplorations in MusicLisa Kljaich2019-01-142019-05-04Understanding and appreciation of music through explorations of its diverse styles, influences and developments. Topics include the creative process, musical forms and expression, historical and cultural contexts and popular movements and trends.
36278NRMF111Intro Sustainability ScienceSarah Trainor2019-01-142019-05-04Sustaining the health, wellbeing, and productivity of social-ecological systems requires integrated assessments of social, economic, and ecological sustainability challenges. Meeting these challenges often requires action plans that move from understanding theory to the implementation of new policies and facilitation of behavioral change. This course introduces the principles that form the basis of sustainability science, with an emphasis on natural resource management issues.
36083NRMF366Survey Res in Natural Res MgmtPeter Fix2019-01-142019-05-04Research methods to support research and planning in recreation and human dimensions of natural resources management. Course topics include quantitative theories and concepts that have been applied to study human dimensions of natural resource management, study design, survey development and administration, sampling and data analysis.
36333NRMF366Survey Res in Natural Res MgmtPeter Fix2019-01-142019-05-04Research methods to support research and planning in recreation and human dimensions of natural resources management. Course topics include quantitative theories and concepts that have been applied to study human dimensions of natural resource management, study design, survey development and administration, sampling and data analysis.
36279NRMF430Resource Management PlanningSusan Todd2019-01-142019-05-04Application of planning and conflict resolution principles to natural resources management. Examines plans prepared in response to current Alaska resource disputes, including wolf, brown bear, boreal forest and recreation river plans. Includes public involvement, consensus building, the basic steps in the planning process and resource dispute simulations. Review resource management plans and develop plans for a local resource management issue.
36280NRMF435GIS AnalysisDavid Verbyla2019-01-142019-05-04GIS analysis of natural resources including spatial query, attribute query, vector, grid, image, topographic and network analysis techniques.
36282NRMF638GIS ProgrammingDavid Verbyla2019-01-142019-05-04GIS programming for ArcView, Arc/Info and ArcGIS. Programming techniques for customizing GIS, efficient batch processing, and development of custom tools for GIS display and analysis.
35757PHILF102XIntroduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2019-01-142019-05-04Survey of philosophers and problems in the Western tradition beginning with the ancient Greeks (Plato, Aristotle) and continuing with medieval (Anselm, Augustine, Aquinas) and modern European thinkers (Descartes, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche). Themes and topics may vary.
35758PHILF322XEthicsEduardo Wilner2019-01-142019-05-04"Ethic,"--from the Greek "ethos" meaning character, custom, usage--is the study of value distinctions. Examination of the nature of value judgments--their historical origins and philosophical assumptions--and exploration of the application of value distinctions to contemporary social, religious and scientific/technical.
36283PHYSF102XEnergy and SocietyTomas Marsik2019-01-142019-05-04Exploring the concept of energy. Investigation of the sources, conversion, distribution and ultimate dispersion of energy, as well as the consequences of its use in the development and maintenance of modern society. May be used to fulfill part of the natural science requirement. Designed for non-science majors.
35759PLSF102Intro to Paralegal StudiesDeana Waters2019-01-142019-05-04Sources of law in the American tripartite system of government, with emphasis on state and federal court systems. Substantive law is studied, including administrative law, business organization, civil procedure, contract, criminal, employment, family, probate, real estate and tort law. Introductory instruction in legal writing and legal research using the law library and Westlaw.
36299PLSF105Intro to Paralegal EthicsDeana Waters2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the ethical obligations owed by both lawyers and paralegals to their clients, other lawyers, the court systems where they work and the general public. Alaska Rules of Professional Conduct and the canons of ethics promulgated by the two nationwide paralegal associations.
35760PLSF203TortsDeana Waters2019-01-142019-05-04Study of the essentials needed to effectively assist an attorney in the filing or defense of claims based on personal injury and property damage. A basic vocabulary of legal terminology associated with tort law is studied together with important statutes and case law. Emphasis on Alaska law.
35761PLSF213Criminal Law for ParalegalsBrent Bennett2019-01-142019-05-04Study of both the substantive criminal law and the rudiments of criminal procedure, focusing on both Alaska law and procedure and important constitutional considerations associated with due process, search and seizure and Fifth Amendment rights. Learn and work with a basic vocabulary unique to criminal law and procedure.
34881PSF300XEthics and SocietyBrandon Boylan2019-01-142019-05-04What is the right thing to do? A presentation of important theories of values, morality and ethics. Application of theories to dilemmas of choice in the public world, such as euthanasia, abortion, animal rights, sexual morality and environmental ethics.
36243PSF450Compartv Indigenous Rts/PolicyChanda Meek2019-01-142019-05-04Comparative approach to analyzing Indigenous rights and policies in different nation-state systems. Multiple countries and specific policy developments examined for factors promoting or limiting self-determination.
36101PSF462Alaska Government & PoliticsAmy Lovecraft2019-01-142019-05-04Alaska's government and politics, in the context of American state and local government, and politics and governments of circumpolar Northern nations. Topics include political history, constitution, political parties, interest groups, elections, public opinion, governor, legislature, judiciary, administration and local governments. Compares Alaska to the contiguous 48 states and subnational governments of the circumpolar North; examines how government institutions and processes respond to social, environmental and political changes of Northern communities.
36246PSF650Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2019-01-142019-05-04Comparative approach to analyzing Indigenous rights and policies in different nation-state systems. Multiple countries and specific policy developments examined for factors promoting or limiting self-determination.
36102PSF662Alaska Government & PoliticsAmy Lovecraft2019-01-142019-05-04Alaska's government and politics, in the context of American state and local government, and politics and governments of circumpolar Northern nations. Topics include political history, constitution, political parties, interest groups, elections, public opinion, governor, legislature, judiciary, administration and local governments. Compares Alaska to the contiguous 48 states and subnational governments of the circumpolar North; examines how government institutions and processes respond to social, environmental and political changes of Northern communities.
34803PSYF101XIntroduction to PsychologyJennifer Peterson2019-01-142019-05-04Principles of general psychology emphasizing natural science and social science orientation. Cultural, environment, heredity and psychological basis for integrated behavior; visual, audition and the other senses; motivation and emotion; basic processes in learning, problem solving, and thinking; personality; psychological disorders -- their prevention and treatment, and therapeutic strategies.
35765PSYF250Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2019-01-142019-05-04Statistics applied to social scientific topics. Includes descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, sampling distributions, elementary probability, estimation of population parameters, hypothesis testing (one and two sample problems), correlation, simple linear regression and one-way analysis of variance.
35767PSYF301Culture and PsychologyEllen Lopez2019-01-142019-05-04Examines cultural influences on human thought behavior; interactions of culture and self; multicultural experiences and intercultural relations. Presents a survey of historic and contemporary psychological research and theory on culture with a consideration of unique methodological challenges presented by cross-cultural psychological research.
34805PSYF330Social PsychologyInna Rivkin2019-01-142019-05-04Analysis of intergroup relationships in terms of process and value orientation, their influences on the personality, and aspects of collective behavior on group and person. Aspects of social interaction that have cultural and intercultural variation.
36250PSYF345Abnormal PsychologyKendra Campbell2019-01-142019-05-04A study of abnormal behavior, its causes, treatment and social impact. The major classifications of disorders are presented.
35769PSYF350Comparative PsychologyCecile Lardon2019-01-142019-05-04An integrated multidisciplinary behavioral approach emphasizing basic premises, causal factors, functional consequences and interrelationships. Synthesis of animal behavior and ethology in development and maintenance of behavioral patterns in individual organisms and social groups.
35770PSYF390Industial & Organizational PsyCecile Lardon2019-01-142019-05-04Application of psychological principles, theories and methods to issues related to work processes and work organizations. Includes employee selection, motivation, performance appraisal, decision-making, group dynamics, power and leadership, job design, and organizational change and development.
36251PSYF393Forensic PsychologyAndrea Greenberg2019-01-142019-05-04
34806PSYF448Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2019-01-142019-05-04This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting.
34264PSYF480Qualitative Soc Sci ResearchEllen Lopez2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to classical and contemporary research within the qualitative (or interpretive) paradigm of social science. Discusses the theoretical frameworks, historical traditions, epistemological and ethical issues of qualitative approaches. Uses hands-on experience in the practicalities and excitement of a variety of methods for gathering qualitative data and conducting qualitative analysis.
34807PSYF485Senior SeminarDani Sheppard2019-01-142019-05-04Synthesis and integration of knowledge and skills developed by psychology majors. Includes a general knowledge of psychology, a basic knowledge of the research process and methods, insights into the way culture, gender, ethnicity, social class, and other diversity issues influence research and practice in psychology.
34808PSYF648Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2019-01-142019-05-04This is an overview course designed to educate candidates about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: how they are acquired, current diagnostic strategies; intervention strategies within social services, therapeutic environments and school settings; and individual case management strategies. By the end of the course candidates should possess knowledge of working with children affected by fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, understand the psychosocial implications of this disorder, and be able to identify best possible strategies to accommodating and intervening with these individuals in a classroom setting. Research project required.
36298RDF113Indigenous Ppls & Int. LawsJenny Jones2019-01-142019-04-15Familiarize students with international law and its importance for Indigenous Peoples. Special emphasis on international legal instruments of importance for Alaska Natives.
37748SCIAF193Science Research MethodsAnshul Pandya2019-01-142019-05-04
35772SOCF101XIntroduction to SociologyMary Sunwood2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts.
36458SOCF101XIntroduction to SociologyMary Sunwood2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts.
36459SOCF250Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2019-01-142019-05-04Statistics applied to social scientific topics. Includes descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, sampling distributions, elementary probability, estimation of population parameters, hypothesis testing (one and two sample problems), correlation, simple linear regression and one-way analysis of variance.
34947SOCF303Early Sociological ThoughtSine Anahita2019-01-142019-05-04The major sociological theories of the classical period (19th and early 20th centuries) that have influenced contemporary sociology.
36258SOCF320Sociology of GenderMary Biermann2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive survey of sociological inquiry and feminist revisions for studying gender in U.S. society and culture. Interrogates the meanings of gender and the interactional, cultural, organizational and institutional arrangements that underlie the social construction of gender and gender inequality.
34948SOCF330Social PsychologyInna Rivkin2019-01-142019-05-04Analysis of intergroup relationships in terms of process and value orientation, their influences on the personality, and aspects of collective behavior on group and person. Aspects of social interaction that have cultural and intercultural variation. Also offered through
36260SOCF440Environmental SociologyMary Biermann2019-01-142019-05-04Course considers how political, social and economic factors have come to shape human patterns of interaction with the natural environment. Provides a sociological perspective on environmental problems such as environment and health, disaster, environmental policy, environmental risk, sustainability, human and animal interactions, environmental justice and social movements.
35776SOCF492Seminar:Gender & Climate ChangMary Biermann2019-01-142019-05-04
35777SPANF101XElementary Spanish IKimberly Stewart2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the language and culture: development of competence and performance in the language through understanding, recognition and use of linguistic structures; increasing emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking; basic vocabulary of approximately 1,000 words; exploration of the cultural dimension, implicitly through language and explicitly through texts and audiovisual materials.
35778SPANF101XElementary Spanish ICarolyn Mousseau2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the language and culture: development of competence and performance in the language through understanding, recognition and use of linguistic structures; increasing emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking; basic vocabulary of approximately 1,000 words; exploration of the cultural dimension, implicitly through language and explicitly through texts and audiovisual materials.
36482SPANF102XElementary Spanish IIKimberly Stewart2019-01-142019-05-04Introduction to the language and culture: development of competence and performance in the language through understanding, recognition and use of linguistic structures; increasing emphasis on listening comprehension and speaking; basic vocabulary of approximately 1,000 words; exploration of the cultural dimension, implicitly through language and explicitly through texts and audiovisual materials.
35780SPANF202Intermediate Spanish IIKimberly Stewart2019-01-142019-05-04Continuation of SPAN F201. Increasing emphasis on reading, writing and oral ability. Conducted in Spanish.
37505SPANF294Intermediate Spanish ReadingsDaniel Darrow2019-01-142019-05-04
37598SPRTF281XIntro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2019-01-142019-05-04Provides a basic understanding of the methods employed to manage amateur and professional sports organizations and the legal issues involved. Topics such as stadium financing, risk management contracts and human resource management, data collection, public versus private sector labor laws, collective bargaining and drug testing will be examined. Basic management techniques, theory and problems associated with the field sport management are discussed along with history and current trends in sport management.
36291SPRTF481Entrtainmnt and Sprt Evnt MgmtMargaret Keiper2019-01-142019-05-04This course is designed to provide the student with knowledge pertaining to the various aspects of managing a public sport and/or entertainment event and their production. Some of the topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. Sport will also be discussed from a unique Alaskan viewpoint, as a sport often takes the form of an event and/or entertainment that differs from the traditional "professional sporting event".
36292SPRTF482Sport MarketingJoshua Lupinek2019-01-142019-05-04This course provides a decision-orientated overview of sport marketing management in sport organizations. This course is designed to acquaint students with comprehensive fundamental theories and issues in sport marketing, grounded within traditional marketing principles, and emphasizing unique application to the sport industry. Accordingly, the most basic objectives of the course are to provide you with a broad introduction to sport marketing concepts, the role of sport marketing in society, the role of sport marketing within organizations and the various factors that influence marketing decision-making.
35001STATF200XElementary StatisticsBeth Zirbes2019-01-142019-05-04 Introduction to concepts and applications of elementary statistical methods. Topics include sampling and data analysis, descriptive statistics, elementary probability, probability and sampling distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation, and simple linear regression.
36265SWKF320Rural Social WorkLaVerne Demientieff2019-01-142019-05-04This course examines rural and small community life, its value systems, strengths and capacities, custums, political and economic structures and their implications for the lives of people in rural settings and for generalist social work practice. Special attention is given to differences in intervention and service provision in rural areas, particularly in rural, remote and Alaska Native communities.
36484WGSF201XIntro to Wmn's Gndr SexualitySine Anahita2019-01-142019-05-04An interdisciplinary introduction to the field of women's gender and sexuality studies, that explores its development, subject matter and methodologies. Readings from studies that have become classic examples of the importance of gender in research in many disciplines are examined.
36259WGSF320Sociology of GenderMary Biermann2019-01-142019-05-04Comprehensive survey of sociological inquiry and feminist revisions for studying gender in U.S. society and culture. Interrogates the meanings of gender, and the interactional, cultural, organizational and institutional arrangements that underlie the social construction of gender and gender inequality.
36266WGSF492Seminar:Gender & Climate ChangMary Biermann2019-01-142019-05-04
35784WRTGF111XWriting Across ContextsDerek Hinckley2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts.
35785WRTGF111XWriting Across ContextsRomina Kline2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts.
35786WRTGF111XWriting Across ContextsKatherine Stealey-Bouta2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts.
35787WRTGF211XWriting and the HumanitiesJaclyn Bergamino2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the humanities, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
35788WRTGF211XWriting and the HumanitiesHans Burger2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the humanities, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
36267WRTGF212XWriting and the ProfessionsNicklaus Moser2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the professions, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
36268WRTGF212XWriting and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the professions, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
35789WRTGF213XWriting and the SciencesMegan Moody2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the social and natural sciences, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
35790WRTGF213XWriting and the SciencesChristie Hinrichs2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the social and natural sciences, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
35791WRTGF213XWriting and the SciencesLisa Nelles2019-01-142019-05-04An introduction to what writing is and does and how people learn to do it in the social and natural sciences, with a focus on the disciplinary questions, methods and reasoning that shape the genres and writing practices in the field.
35792WRTGF214XArguing Across ContextsMaureen Sullivan2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction and practice in written research-supported arguments for a variety of audiences, with an emphasis on rhetorical strategies across a variety of public and academic contexts.
36269WRTGF214XArguing Across ContextsCarolyn Stice2019-01-142019-05-04Instruction and practice in written research-supported arguments for a variety of audiences, with an emphasis on rhetorical strategies across a variety of public and academic contexts.