UAF eCampus Courses

UAF eCampus Courses

FALL 2020 COURSES

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13 FALL 2020 courses found.

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Course Number & CRNTitleInstructorDates
ABUS F260  (75057)Marketing PracticesCassandra Ferree2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (76716)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2020-10-05 to 2020-12-12
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F293  (79016)Arts & Place Based Tching StraJoan Hornig2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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ED F593P  (79017)Core Pract in Arts & Place BasRobin Child2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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ED F593P  (79018)Adv Core Pract in Art & PlaceRobin Child2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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LS F101X  (75292)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (75294)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (78738)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F643  (75313)Marketing ManagementMargaret Keiper2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F680  (75316)Financial Markets and StrategyHaiwei Chen2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Description 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F683  (75317)Advanced Topics in MarketingLily Dong2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Current topics and issues in marketing management, such as political and services marketing, marketing communications, marketing in Alaska or other relevant subjects. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F690  (75318)Corporate StrategyRichard Wolk2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F693  (78691)NegotiationsJames Johnsen2020-10-19 to 2020-12-10
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SPRING 2021 COURSES

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527 SPRING 2021 courses found.

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Course Number & CRNTitleInstructorDates
ABUS F101  (34289)Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F101  (34290)Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102A  (34291)Keyboarding: Touch TypingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102B  (34292)Keyboarding: Skill BuildingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102C  (34293)Keyboarding: Document FormttngKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F116  (34294)Using 10-Key CalculatorsKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F134  (34295)Alphabetic FilingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Mastery and use of ARMA filing rules as they apply to alphabetic, subject, numeric and geographic filing. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F141  (34296)Payroll AccountingEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Payroll 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F154  (34297)Human RelationsSandra McGill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Attitudes, self-concepts, personal communication styles, motivation, interactions, positive reinforcements, team building and leadership development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F155  (34298)Business MathEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Review of basic math computation skills applied to various business areas. Emphasis on applications. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F158  (34299)Introduction to TourismScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An overview of components, concepts and issues in tourism and hospitality. Introduces a broad range of topics, including the history and impacts of tourism, marketing, planning, customer service, and career and business development, with a focus on Alaska and British Columbia, Canada. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F160  (34300)Principles of BankingRyan Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Banking 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F161  (34301)Personal and Business FinanceAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F170  (34302)Business EnglishKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive review of grammar, punctuation, capitalization and spelling, with emphasis on business and office occupations. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F179  (34304)Fundamentals of SupervisionSandra McGill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Effective supervisory concepts including planning, organizing and staffing functions. Communicating and delegating effectively, morale, productivity, decision making, positive position discipline and performance goals development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F182  (34305)Office ProceduresKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Duties and responsibilities of general office employees including filing, processing mail, telephone communication, meeting the public, office supplies, banking, employment procedures and grooming. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F183  (34306)Professinl Skills for Job HuntCassandra Ferree2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Practical information necessary to help students choose meaningful employment as well as build their own employment portfolio. Materials used will allow students to learn more about themselves, engage in personal assessment and learn how this information relates to different careers. Students will complete target resumes, cover letters, follow-up letters, applications, job search strategies, mock job interviews and a professional portfolio. This class is designed for students embarking into the job market. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F201  (34307)Principles of Accounting IIAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to accounting concepts and procedures for a business. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle and the recording, summarizing and interpretation of accounting data. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F202  (34308)Principles of Accounting IIISherri Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F210  (34309)Income TaxJennifer Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Income 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F220  (34310)Microcomputer Acct:QuickbooksJennifer Schumacher2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic microcomputer principles. Includes entering transactions, analyzing results, correcting errors and organizing business finances. QuickBooks is a widely used accounting software application. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F241  (34312)Applied Business Law IJennifer Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Legal aspects of business problems. Principles, institutions and administration of law in contracts, agency, employment, personal sales and property ownership. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F260  (34313)Marketing PracticesAlexis Amstutz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F263  (35083)Public RelationsScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Public 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F264  (34314)Filing/Records ManagementKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F265  (34315)Seminar in Applied MarketingRuth Gastineau2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis of the managerial relevance of current issues in marketing as found in the professional and/or popular marketing literature. A historical perspective will be provided through classic readings from the literature. Students will be expected to read, analyze and discuss assigned readings in a seminar atmosphere with a view toward understanding the rationale of applied marketing management practices such as theory, marketing mix and ethics. The relation and role of marketing, relative to other functional areas of the firm, will be explored. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F271  (34316)Business CommunicationsScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Composition 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F273  (34317)Managing Small BusinessMark Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Entrepreneurship and management, starting a new business, buying an existing business or franchise. Managing, marketing, staffing, financing, budgeting, pricing, operational analysis and controls. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F274  (34318)Business in the Digital WorldCassandra Ferree2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F277  (35776)Dynamics of LeadershipCarrie Santoro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The study of leadership behavior with application of methods, facts and principles of leadership to individuals and groups in organizational and work settings. Drawing from several areas of behavioral science, this course, while designed for business students, is also suitable for other fields, general education, and personal enrichment. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F261X  (34319)Princ of Financial AccountingKenneth Abramowicz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
During 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F262  (34320)Princ of Managerial AccountingSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F271  (34321)Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F361  (34322)Intermediate Accounting ISatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussions 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F362  (34323)Intermediate Accounting IIMargaret Hernandez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussion 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F414  (34324)Government & Nonprofit AcctHoward Sparks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting for governmental units, public schools, colleges and universities, health care providers, voluntary health and welfare organizations and other nonprofit organizations. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F452  (34325)AuditingSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the professional standards and procedures applicable to an auditor's examination of financial statements. Compliance and Operational auditing, ethical and legal responsibilities, and international auditing issues emphasized. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F603  (35842)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F657  (35843)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F664  (35844)Soviet and Post-Soviet RussiaTyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Russia from the 1917 Revolution to the present. This course examines the attempts to build a socialist utopia in the former Russian empire and its impact on the peoples of that region and the modern world. We will consider the political, economic, social and cultural nature of the Soviet state. Major themes include cultural transformation, industrialization, Stalinism, the Soviet Union as a multi-national empire, the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet state, and the new Russia of Yeltsin and Putin. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F683  (34327)20th Cent Circumpolar HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comparative history of the circumpolar North, including Alaska, Siberia, Scandinavia, Greenland and Canada. Focus on social, economic, political and environmental issues of the 20th century, such as exploration, aboriginal land claims, subsistence, military strategy, transportation, oil development, Arctic haze and scientific research in the Arctic. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F685  (36657)Interdisciplinary PhD SeminarMary Ehrlander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Seminar provides guidance to INDS Ph.D. students, creating a cohort experience as they explore various approaches to interdisciplinary research. Seminar sessions will alternate among guidance offered by the instructor, guest lectures by researchers and other experts, student presentations of their research, and less-formal student sharing of academic experiences. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F690  (35845)Research/Writing Northern HistPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the craft and methodology of historical research in the North. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F101  (34328)Effective Pers Computer UseKristjana Richter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F101  (34329)Effective Pers Computer UseAlba Prato2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F310  (34330)Mgmt of Information SystemsPing Lan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F316  (34331)Acct Information SystemsAlba Prato2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting systems for business and public entities. Emphasis on internal control functions and design concepts. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F324  (34332)Advanced MS ExcelKristjana Richter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Advanced 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. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F342  (34333)MS Excel for FinanceSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
In 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANL F288  (34334)Curclm/Mtrl Devmt AK Natv LangHishinlai Peter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Preparation and evaluation of curriculum and classroom materials for teaching Native languages. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F101  (34335)Intro to Alaska Native StudiesDeborah Mekiana2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introductory information on the Alaska Native community. Overview of significant Native issues. Review of pertinent literature and resources. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F111X  (34336)Hist of Colonization in AKTiaAnna Tidwell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F114  (34337)Indigenous Ppls & N. Am. LawsJenny Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Familiarize students with domestic law and how it affects Indigenous Peoples' governance in the United States. Special emphasis on Alaska Natives and the relationship between Tribal legal systems and those of the state and federal governments. Examination of how law is made and why Tribal laws differ from those in neighboring jurisdictions. Course uses asynchronous online delivery. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F242X  (34338)Indigenous Cultures of AlaskaDeborah Mekiana2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The term Alaska Natives is used to refer to a broad spectrum of Alaska's Indigenous population, living in diverse geographic regions and each culturally distinct. Each cultural region has its own unique history, language, culture(s), political landscapes, and experiences. This course is intended to provide a broad overview of Alaska's first peoples. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F242X  (34339)Indigenous Cultures of AlaskaTiaAnna Tidwell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The term Alaska Natives is used to refer to a broad spectrum of Alaska's Indigenous population, living in diverse geographic regions and each culturally distinct. Each cultural region has its own unique history, language, culture(s), political landscapes, and experiences. This course is intended to provide a broad overview of Alaska's first peoples. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F315  (35846)Tribal People & DevelopmentJessica Black2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Impact of socioeconomic development processes on tribal peoples in less developed world societies. Implications of these processes for Alaska Native people. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F365  (34340)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F100X  (34341)Individual, Society, & CultureDavid Fazzino II2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An examination of the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F215  (32838)Fund of Social/Cultural AnthDavid Koester2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the basic concepts, subfields and techniques of social/cultural anthropology. Includes non-Western and Western ethnographic topics, and discussion of career options. Recommended: ANTH F211X. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F242  (34342)Native Cultures of AlaskaDavid Fazzino II2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F270  (34343)Virtual Field SchoolPatrick Plattet2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This asynchronous class offers a virtual cultural anthropology "field school" experience. It features authentic multimedia data collected in Alaska. Students get hands-on practice with methods and analytic techniques that include: participant observation, semi-structured interviews, linguistic analysis, multimodal interaction analysis, spatial mapping, visual/semiotic analysis, etc. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F305  (34344)Culture, Health and HealingElaine Drew2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An examination of culturally diverse meanings, behaviors, experiences and therapeutic systems associated with health and healing from the perspective of medical anthropology. Includes sections on prehistory and evolutionary medicine, but focuses primarily on contemporary ethnographic health studies from around the world. The course is available via eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F365  (34345)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F411  (32841)Senior Seminar in AnthropologyBrian Hemphill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The integrated nature of anthropological inquiry. Includes a four-field approach to anthropology in a discussion-intensive setting. Student may focus on an interdisciplinary theme or a topic other than their own specialization. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F460  (36636)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F493  (36225)R for Reproducible ResrchKara Hoover2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ANTH F493  (36226)Human Evolutionary BiologyKara Hoover2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ART F105X  (34347)Beginning DrawingMareca Guthrie2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is an introductory class that introduces students to fundamental drawing concepts, materials, techniques, vocabulary, functions, and range of visual aesthetics. No prior experience with drawing is required or expected. COURSE DETAILS
ART F105X  (32853)Beginning DrawingWendy Croskrey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is an introductory class that introduces students to fundamental drawing concepts, materials, techniques, vocabulary, functions, and range of visual aesthetics. No prior experience with drawing is required or expected. COURSE DETAILS
ART F161  (32854)Two-dimensional Digital DesignMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides an introduction to design principles and digital skills necessary for fine arts students. The course covers fundamentals of visual design, drawing, and painting techniques on computer. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
ART F162  (34348)Color and DesignJessie Hedden2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F163  (34349)Three-dimensional DesignWendy Croskrey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F200X  (34350)Explorations in ArtLisa Kljaich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F213  (32865)Beginning PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will address painting techniques in a variety of mediums. Emphasis will be placed on composition, painting materials and hazardous waste procedures. The techniques covered in this course will prepare students for future study in upper division courses and help them develop a professional portfolio of work. COURSE DETAILS
ART F262X  (32866)History of World ArtZoe Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Origins 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F284  (35093)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F284  (36168)Basic Digital PhotographyMelissa Stiefel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F313  (32879)Intermediate PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continued development of expressive skills in painting in any media. Emphasis on pictorial and conceptual problems. COURSE DETAILS
ART F347  (35804)Lighting DesignKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles and techniques of theatrical lighting design. The student will conduct practical experiments and design projects applying the experience gained. Student will spend approximately $40 for materials for this class. COURSE DETAILS
ART F365  (34352)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ART F371  (34353)Digital ImagingMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills in knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
ART F460  (36642)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
ART F476  (36251)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F489  (32896)Bachelor of Arts CapstoneDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This capstone course is the culmination of a student's general studies in the visual arts. This course will give students hands-on experience in preparing an art exhibition, resume, artist's statement and portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F491  (35849)Fine Art SeminarDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is a studio critique for BFA and MFA students. The course is structured as a hybrid seminar/critique, with weekly readings, discussions, and studio critique sessions. The course also includes writing assignments as an integrated element of contemporary studio practice preparing students for their solo exhibition. COURSE DETAILS
ART F499  (32897)Thesis ProjectDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Directed work toward individual exhibition; completed outside regularly scheduled classes. Required for B.F.A. candidates. COURSE DETAILS
ART F613  (36252)PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of selected topics in painting with lectures, demonstrations, independent research and production of painting at a level commensurate with graduate standing. May be repeated for credit. COURSE DETAILS
ART F661  (32906)Mentored Teaching in ArtDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Mentored teaching provides consistent contact of course-related issues between teaching assistants and mentoring faculty. Graduates are required to be enrolled in a mentored teaching section while teaching. COURSE DETAILS
ART F664  (34355)History of PhotographyJoshua Lazarus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will provide an exploration of the history, impact and development of the photographic process, spanning from the earliest observations of optics, through the development of the first permanent image, and all the way to the most recent advances in digital technology. COURSE DETAILS
ART F668  (32908)Alaska Native Art StudioDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Through individualized study, students will refine their artistic practice guided with in-depth mentorship from faculty. Through the creative process and deep critical feedback, students will learn to define how their artwork is connected to the cultures they draw upon. Students will develop critical dialogue along with their studio practice. COURSE DETAILS
ART F676  (36341)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F691  (35850)Fine Art SeminarDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is a studio critique for BFA and MFA students. The course is structured as a hybrid seminar/critique, with weekly readings, discussions, and studio critique sessions. The course also includes writing assignments as an integrated element of contemporary studio practice preparing students for their solo exhibition. COURSE DETAILS
ART F698  (32911)MFA Research ProjectDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ATM F101X  (34356)Weather and Climate of AlaskaUma Bhatt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Focus 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"). COURSE DETAILS
ATM F425  (34357)Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores hydrometeorological processes, presents how to apply analysis techniques/skills to solve fundamental hydrometeorological questions (e.g. fire weather forecasting, drought forecasting, water resource management, flood forecasting). Subjects covered are hydrographs, radar images, meteograms, lysimeter, near-surface meteorology, surface energy and water budgets, stream response, groundwater, drought-indices, observational errors. COURSE DETAILS
ATM F625  (34359)Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores hydrometeorological processes, presents how to apply analysis techniques/skills to solve fundamental hydrometeorological questions (e.g. fire weather forecasting, drought forecasting, water resource management, flood forecasting). Subjects covered are hydrographs, radar images, meteograms, lysimeter, near-surface meteorology, surface energy and water budgets, stream response, groundwater, drought-indices, observational errors. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (36608)Introduction to BusinessChristina Tachick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (34361)Introduction to BusinessMark Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (34362)Introduction to BusinessSherri Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (35097)Introduction to BusinessSarah Sackett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F254X  (34363)Personal FinanceTimothy Stickel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F254X  (34364)Personal FinanceShelbie Umphenour2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F281X  (34366)Intro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F307  (34367)Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F307  (35799)Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtJean Richey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F308  (34368)PD: How to Prepare for a JobAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F308  (35098)PD: How to Prepare for a JobAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
The 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 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F309  (34369)PD: Finding a CareerAmanda White2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F323X  (34371)Business EthicsChristina Tachick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F323X  (34372)Business EthicsFrederick Arkell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F325  (34373)Financial ManagementHaiwei Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, risk-return trade-offs and option pricing. COURSE DETAILS
BA F330  (34696)Legal Environment of BusinessFrederick Arkell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The judicial system, legal processes, administrative procedures, law of torts, contract and agency government regulation of business, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and the uniform commercial code. COURSE DETAILS
BA F330  (34374)Legal Environment of BusinessAnne-Marie Dao2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The judicial system, legal processes, administrative procedures, law of torts, contract and agency government regulation of business, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and the uniform commercial code. COURSE DETAILS
BA F343  (34375)Principles of MarketingTammy Tragis-McCook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Management 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F360  (34376)Operations ManagementDouglas Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Operations 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F390  (34377)Organizational Theory/BehaviorUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F391  (34378)Alaska Native CorporationsBetty Ross2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explore management within Alaska Native Corporations to understand the cultural origins and behavioral adaptions unique to these organizations. Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, indigenous leadership, cultural anthropology, contrasting cultural values and managing and maintaining organizational culture will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
BA F421  (34379)Business AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F436  (34380)Consumer BehaviorLily Dong2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Effects of nationality, culture, social class, family, personality, symbolism and persuasion on consumptive behavior. Qualitative methodologies such as focus groups covered. COURSE DETAILS
BA F453  (34381)Internship in Business AdminKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A supervised practical work experience to enable students to apply their course work in a business environment. Admission dependent upon approved sponsorship arrangements. COURSE DETAILS
BA F457  (34382)Training & Management DevelpmtJean Richey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of employee training programs, needs assessments, learning theories, instructional design, training techniques and evaluation, management development and career development techniques and practices. COURSE DETAILS
BA F460  (34383)International BusinessMary Kalliny2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Relationships 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F461  (34384)International FinanceXiyu Zhou2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Development of analytical skills, logical thought processes and information literacy necessary to make and implement investment decisions in a global setting. COURSE DETAILS
BA F462  (34385)Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F481  (34386)Event ManagementJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. Topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. COURSE DETAILS
BA F482  (34387)Sport MarketingTravis Misner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F486  (34389)Outdoor Rec EntrepreneurshipMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-03-15
This course is an introduction in the development and management of outdoor recreation businesses. Topics covered include business plan development, financial structures, and risk management specific to remote recreation businesses commonly found in Alaska, such as big-game commercial services, sport fishing operations, remote expediting, and aviation-related services. COURSE DETAILS
BA F488  (35803)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to the application of analytical tools and techniques used within the sports industry. It will discuss theory, development, and application of analytics in the sports industry. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F320  (34390)ManagementAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course introduces and explores the concepts, theories, and principles of management. We will study the basic managerial functions of planning, organization, staffing, directing, and controlling resources to accomplish organizational goals. Special consideration given to the different roles managers provide and the unique skills required to carry out those roles. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F352  (34391)Accounting and FinanceMitchell Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course introduces non-business managers to the basics of accounting and financing. Topics that will be covered include cost accounting, budgeting, cash flows, and how to read a basic financial report. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F462  (34392)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is designed to incorporate management strategies with key components of project management fundamentals into a setting that managers would use. It stresses the importance of project management in successful organizations and the role the project management plays in business strategies. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F101L  (35853)Introductory Biology LabAnja Kade2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides laboratory experience emphasizing contemporary biological topics for transfer students who are not science majors and who have completed a natural science course with no laboratory section at another institution. Content aligns with the laboratory section of BIOL F103X. Students having completed BIOL F103X may not register for BIOL F101L. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F103X  (34393)Biology and SocietyAnja Kade2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamental principles of biology; emphasis on their application to humans in the modern world. Lectures, laboratory demonstrations, experiments and discussions of contemporary biological topics. For non-science majors; cannot be used as a biology elective by biological science majors. Students who have completed BIOL F101L may not register for BIOL F103X. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F112L  (34394)BIOL F112X LaboratoryDonald Larson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F112X  (34395)Human Anatomy & Physiology IIDonald Larson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Integrated view of human structure and function. Continuation of Human A&P I. Covers endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F115L  (34396)BIOL F115X LaboratoryDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F115X  (34397)Fundamentals of Biology IDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The first of a two-part course series for science majors, Fundamentals of Biology I covers the chemistry of life, cell structure and function, cellular energetics, cell division, genetics, and evolution. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F116L  (35855)BIOL F116X LaboratoryDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F116X  (35854)Fundamentals of Biology IIDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The second of a two-course series for science majors, Fundamentals of Biology II covers speciation, organismal diversity, form and function of plants and animals, and ecology. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F140  (34398)Intro Behavioral Neurosci ResAbel Bult-Ito2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Online asynchronous introductory biomedical research on compulsive-like mice, including data collection, data analysis, and interpretation of results. Learn about obsessive-compulsive disorder in humans and how animal research has the potential to contribute to improving the human condition. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F240  (34399)Beginnings in MicrobiologyUrsel Schuette2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. Available at UAF Community and Technical College. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F260  (32951)Principles of GeneticsDiana Wolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of inheritance; physiochemical properties of genetic systems. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F260L  (36383)BIOL F260 LaboratoryDiana Wolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F310  (32953)Animal PhysiologyCory Williams2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Animal function, including respiration, digestion, circulation, nerve and muscle function, hormones and reproduction. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F310L  (36384)BIOL F310 LaboratoryCory Williams2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F331  (34712)Systematic BotanyStefanie Ickert2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Classification of flowering plants with emphasis on Alaskan flora; familiarity with taxonomy (identification, nomenclature, classification), evolution (speciation, reproductive biology, adaptation, convergence, biogeography) and phylogenetics (morphology and molecules). Lab emphasizes learning representative families and genera of Alaskan flora using keys and manuals. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F371  (34402)Principles of EcologyTamara Harms2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic principles in physiological, ecosystem, population and community ecology. Environmental factors and their influence on plants and animals. Structure, growth and regulation of populations. The ecosystem concept, biogeochemical cycles, and the structure and function of major terrestrial biomes. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F426  (32961)OrnithologyFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Evolution, anatomy, physiology, distribution, migration, breeding biology of birds, their classification and identification. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F427  (36385)IchthyologyJuan Lopez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Major groups of fishes, emphasizing fishes of northwestern North America. Classification structure, evolution, general biology and importance to man. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F440  (34403)Behav Neurosci Res CapstoneAbel Bult-Ito2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Online asynchronous comprehensive biomedical research on compulsive-like mice, including data collection, data analysis, and interpretation of results. Learn about obsessive-compulsive disorder in humans and how animal research has the potential to contribute to improving the human condition. Complete the Biology Capstone requirements including writing a full length scientific manuscript. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F457  (35856)Environmental MicrobiologyMary Leigh2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on the role of microorganisms in environmentally-relevant processes including bioremediation of pollutants, biogeochemical cycling, corrosion and wastewater treatment, including current methods for studying microbial diversity and function. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F469  (32965)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F481  (34404)Principles of EvolutionDevin Drown2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns and processes of evolutionary change. Covered topics include microevolutionary processes, population genetics, quantitative genetics, fitness and adaptation, phylogenetics, speciation and macroevolutionary pattern. The conceptual framework of evolutionary biology is used to understand basic and applied issues in the life sciences, biomedicine, and agriculture. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F481  (34405)H* Principles of EvolutionDevin Drown2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns and processes of evolutionary change. Covered topics include microevolutionary processes, population genetics, quantitative genetics, fitness and adaptation, phylogenetics, speciation and macroevolutionary pattern. The conceptual framework of evolutionary biology is used to understand basic and applied issues in the life sciences, biomedicine, and agriculture. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F639  (36786)Veterinary VirologyKarsten Hueffer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore current concepts in the field of veterinary virology, with an emphasis on the viral structure, viral genetic material and viral replication strategies of various animal viruses. In addition, mechanisms of viral pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of viral infection will be presented. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F657  (35859)Environmental MicrobiologyMary Leigh2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on the role of microorganisms in environmentally-relevant processes including bioremediation of pollutants, biogeochemical cycling, corrosion and wastewater treatment, including current methods for studying microbial diversity and function. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F669  (32976)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
CCS F693  (36387)Native Ways of KnowingPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F100X  (34410)Chemistry in Complex SystemsChris Whittle2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F103X  (33998)Intro General ChemistryAnshul Pandya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introductory chemistry survey course for health science majors and preparatory course for science majors. Topics include: measurement, energy and matter, periodic trends, chemical composition, chemical reactions, solutions, bond theory, phases, oxidation-reduction, nuclear chemistry, problem-solving (applied mathematics), and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F104L  (34411)CHEM F104X LaboratoryMaegan Daniello Weltzin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F104X  (34412)Intro Organic Chem & BiochemMaegan Daniello Weltzin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is the second semester course in the sequence for health-science majors and comprises a survey of the fundamentals of chemistry as applied to biological systems. Topics include nomenclature of organic compounds, organic functional groups and reactions, biochemical processes and pathways, biological macromolecules, and metabolites. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F105L  (34413)Chemistry F105X LabArianna Demmerly2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F105X  (34414)General Chemistry IArianna Demmerly2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to general chemistry and explores topics to a much greater depth than preparatory courses. Topics include: measurement, energy and matter, periodic trends, chemical composition, chemical reactions, solutions, bond theory, gases, thermodynamics, problem-solving (applied mathematics), and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F106L  (34415)Chemistry F106X LabWilliam Howard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F106X  (34416)General Chemistry IIWilliam Howard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The second semester in the general chemistry sequence. Topics include: kinetics, equilibrium chemistry (including acids and bases, solubility, and complex ion formation), nuclear chemistry, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F325  (36632)Organic Chemistry IITom Green2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A systematic study of the more important functional groups of carbon compounds, including their mechanisms of reaction, methods of synthesis and physical and spectroscopic properties. Lab portion will include synthesis and characterization by spectroscopy. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F360  (34417)Cell and Molecular BiologyKristin O'Brien2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to the structure and function of cells. Topics include: the structure and function of cellular components, including proteins, membranes and organelles; understanding how cells communicate; and how information is processed in the cell via DNA replication, transcription and translation. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F135  (34418)Microcomputer SpreadsheetsEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive 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. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F150  (34419)Computer Business ApplicationsKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F255  (34420)Digital GraphicsJennifer Moss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides a foundation in the techniques, methods and principles of digital graphics creation. Through the use of professional software applications, students gain skills and knowledge useful for graphic design and visual communication in today's world. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F204  (34421)Intro to Computer NetworksRichard McDonald2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This foundational course introduces several ways that computers interact and the tools used in analysis and troubleshooting. Examples include local and wide area networks, also known as LANs and WANs; the "internet of things"; and cloud computing. Networking careers may also be explored. CITS F203 may be taken concurrently. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F205  (34422)Intro to Coding and PrgrmmingStephanie Harvey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer programming focused on programming concepts with programming tools. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F212  (34423)Server Operating SystemsJosiah Borkovec2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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 Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification exams related to server technologies. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F222  (34424)Website DesignValda McMahan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comprehensive survey of professional website design and authoring tools used to create Internet websites. Topics include website design and planning, HTML and CSS. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F241  (36630)Netwrkng/LAN Infrastrctre BscUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The first of three courses (with CITS F242 and CITS F243) providing coverage of networking topics designed to prepare students for the CCNA certification exam. Covers the OSI and Internet models, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, and network security fundamentals, while providing hands-on practical experience and career skills. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F243  (36631)Intermedi Network & LAN InfrasUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Third of three courses providing coverage of networking topics designed to prepare students for the CCNA certification exam. Covers network routing concepts, including OSPF, ACL concepts, WAN, VPN and IPSEC, QoS, and network design, troubleshooting, virtualization and automation, while providing opportunities for hands-on, practical experience and career skills development. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F261  (35018)Cmptr and Network SecurityMelvin Denning2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The fundamental concepts of computer and network security. Course topics include: understanding threats to a computing infrastructure, understanding encryption technologies, securing network communications and applications, security policies and responding to incidents. Course covers objectives defined for CompTIA Security+ certification. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F262  (34425)Cybersecurity Defen/CountrmsrsMelvin Denning2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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, cryptographic services, network and host-based security. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F265  (34426)Directory Srvcs AdministrationJosiah Borkovec2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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 advanced directory services administration objectives required for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification exams related to server technologies. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F284  (34427)Independent ProjectRichard McDonald2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Student 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F101X  (34428)Media and CultureRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F101X  (35107)Media and CultureUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F105X  (34429)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (36656)Intro to Interpersonal CommRichard Hum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34430)Intro to Interpersonal CommRichard Hum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34431)Intro to Interpersonal CommCaitlin Schnaidt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34432)Intro to Interpersonal CommVictoria McDermott2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (35885)Intro to Interpersonal CommCaitlin Schnaidt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (35886)Intro to Interpersonal CommRamzi Abou Ghalioum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F131X  (34433)Fund Oral Comm-Group ContextGina Schlobohm2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presentational 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F131X  (34434)Fund Oral Comm-Group ContextRebecca Lawhorne2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presentational 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (34435)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextRebecca Lawhorne2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (34436)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextKyle Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (35888)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextNike Bahr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (35889)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextNike Bahr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F204  (35108)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F204  (36167)Basic Digital PhotographyMelissa Stiefel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F217X  (34438)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F290  (35890)Digital Video Editing: AdobeKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of non-linear digital video editing. Students will go from little or no experience in non-linear editing to being comfortable with some of the advanced editing techniques. Address motion picture editing theories that are not bound to time or specific editing technology. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F300X  (35109)Communicating EthicsKaren Taylor2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F330  (34440)Intercultural CommunicationPeter DeCaro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F380  (35891)Women, Minorities & the MediaAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic socialization differences that exist in the communication practices of women and men in every culture are addressed in the interpersonal organizational and cultural contexts. Examination of how women and minorities are portrayed in the mass media, the employment of women and minorities in the media, as well as how accurately the media reflects our society demographically. Presented from a feminist, multiculturalist perspective using a broad feminist analysis encompassing issues of gender as well as class, race, age and sexual orientation. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F413  (35110)Mass Media Law and RegulationUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Common 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F432  (35111)Professional Public SpeakingVictoria McDermott2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Professional clear effective speaking. Uses evaluation criteria and assignments to build speaking competencies. Professional preparation for students whose career path includes public speaking. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F441  (35892)PersuasionKaren Taylor2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examination of communication situations which involve attempts to modify the beliefs, attitudes, values, intentions or behaviors of another individual or group of individuals. Explores the process, methods and ethics of attempts to affect change via persuasive communication. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F457  (35893)Indigenous Dispute ResolutionPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Indigenous Dispute Resolution (IDR) is a new movement within Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that explores traditional dispute resolution practices within Indigenous communities and their applications in the modern context. The course examines IDR in the international, national, and regional (Alaskan) context. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F462  (35894)Comm in Health ContextsAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Health 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F465  (35895)Mediation, Confrcng & Cir PracPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course engages students in both theory and practice in mediation, conferencing and circle practices. The course emphasizes training and professional practice in a series of theory-to-practice applications. Students work through a series of cases in which they are encouraged to solve ethical dilemmas and conduct issues. In this course, students gain mediation practice skills and integral approaches to mediation. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F476  (36399)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F480  (34754)Documentary FilmmakingRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of hands-on documentary filmmaking techniques, including preproduction, production and postproduction. Different documentary filmmaking directing styles and the process of distributing a documentary. Each student will produce a short documentary as the capstone of the course. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F482  (34755)Capstone Seminar in CommKevin Sager2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Original research to demonstrate ability to read and understand social research, synthesize information, formalize a research question and use research skills. This senior capstone course requires a research project presented in a public speaking forum. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F602  (35113)Comm Res Methodologies(HumSci)Amy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F676  (36652)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F680  (34759)Comm & Diversity Profsnl WorldPeter DeCaro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Case study methods applied to the ever-expanding problems of communication in a changing workplace. The diversity of gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, physical ability, sexual orientation and age are reshaping the professional world at every level and communication professionals are increasingly called upon to formulate ways of accommodating this change. The course will prepare students to address diversity and planned changes in the workplace. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F601  (36402)Resrch in Coun and Ed SettingsJames Morton Jr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides an in-depth understanding of research occurring in educational and behavioral healthcare settings. Provides basic knowledge in utilizing a needs assessment and program evaluation to guide program planning and evaluate effectiveness. Addresses basic qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods and indigenous research designs. Addresses knowledge and skills for becoming critical consumers of research in education and behavioral healthcare settings. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F615  (35114)Foundations of CounselingSusan Renes2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the philosophies, organization, patterns and techniques that aid counselors in preparing clients for responsible decision-making in modern society. Contact counseling department for semesters offered. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F627  (36406)Developmental InterventionsAmie Manis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed to give students an opportunity for limited practice in applying developmental theory to work with children and youth. Attention is placed on assisting children and youth to accomplish developmental tasks appropriate to their psychological growth. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F632  (34444)Career DevelopmentAmie Manis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F638  (34445)Adult DevelopmentSusan Renes2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An overview of physical, cognitive, personality and social development across the adult life span, from high school graduation through death. Major theories and research findings in the field of adult development are explored with an emphasis on examining how individuals progress through a series of predictable stages during their lifetime. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F647  (34446)Professional EthicsChristine Cook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F647  (35115)Professional EthicsChristine Cook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
CS F101  (34447)Computers and SocietyValda McMahan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer 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. COURSE DETAILS
CS F103  (34448)Intro to Computer ProgrammingTravis Payton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer programming for students without the background for CS F201. Concepts of object-oriented programming and algorithm design using the Python programming language. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34449)Math Study SkillsDana Greci2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34450)Math Study SkillsUA Staff2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34451)Math Study SkillsKathleen Quick2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DVM F615  (36407)One Health ConceptsArleigh Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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DVM F621  (35978)One Health ColloquiumArleigh Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Building on the concepts developed in DVM F615 and the tools utilized in DVM F620, this course provides students with the opportunity to work completely through a One Health challenge, including engagement of stakeholders, gathering of data, proposal of solutions, and presentation of management plans in a public forum. COURSE DETAILS
DVM F639  (36730)Veterinary VirologyKarsten Hueffer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore current concepts in the field of veterinary virology, with an emphasis on the viral structure, viral genetic material and viral replication strategies of various animal viruses. In addition, mechanisms of viral pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of viral infection will be presented. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F101  (34452)Intro Early Childhood ProfessnPatricia Meritt2021-01-19 to 2021-05-01
Includes 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (34454)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Rich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (34456)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2021-01-25 to 2021-05-01
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F107X  (35794)Dvlpmnt II: Prschl and PrmryJennifer Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation for the study of children ages 3 to adolescence, including developmental domains, theories, milestones and cultural influences, including Indigenous traditional practices. Emphasis 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F110  (34457)Safe Healthy Learning EnvrnmntRobin Temple2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Establishing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F119  (35117)Curriculum I: Princ & PracticeKathleen Heiss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Methods 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F140  (34458)Pos Social & Emotional DevMarcy Belisle McGraw2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Explores 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F210X  (35796)Child GuidancePatricia Meritt2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Guidance and discipline approaches for young children, based on an understanding of child development and of developmentally appropriate education practices. Such an understanding assists teachers and parents in addressing the cause of a behavior problem rather than the symptoms. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F229  (34461)Found in Nutr & Phys WellnessPatricia Meritt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Appropriate 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F111X  (33155)The Economy of Rural AlaskaNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examine the significance of Alaska Native economies and their role in the modern Alaska economy. To include the challenges facing rural communities, and the role of social and cultural capital. Economic indicators which incorporate Alaska Native health, education, food, energy and resource security, and economic opportunity are evaluated also. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F201X  (34465)Prin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F201X  (35805)Prin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsDouglas Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F202X  (34466)Prin of Econ II:MacroeconomicsNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis and theory of national income, money and banking, stabilization policy, and international trade and finance. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F321  (34467)Intermediate MicroeconomicsMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis of demand and supply under various market forms, cost and theory of production, factor pricing and theory of distribution and survey of welfare economics. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F350  (34468)Money and BankingChristopher Wright2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F393  (36024)Sports EconomicsJoshua Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ED F245  (34791)Child DevelopmentMary Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of the physical, cultural, emotional, cognitive and social aspects of a child's development from prenatal period through early adolescence. Focus on developmental theories including Erickson, Gardner, Gilligan, Kagen, Sternberg, Vygotsky and other contemporary theories of child and adolescent development. COURSE DETAILS
ED F486  (36408)Media LiteracyDiane Kardash2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Promotes 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F653  (34470)Instructional DesignSean Holland2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Instructional 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F677  (34471)Digital StorytellingKendell Newman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F687  (35123)Alaska:Rsorcs/People/PerspectvCharles Topkok2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduces a broad range of essential Alaska information for educators including information on history, geography, literature, economics and politics. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (33203)Science Methods & Curriclm DevRobin Child2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (33204)Science Methods & Curriclm DevStephanie Dawley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (36002)Science Methods & Curriclm DevJoseph Kenney2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F412  (35910)Crrclm, Mang & Strtgs I: LowTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F422  (34474)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F448  (34475)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F477  (35911)Engl/Lang Arts Assess, CurrStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F612  (34476)Crrclm, Mang & Strtgs I: LowTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F622  (34477)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F633  (35125)Autism: Cmmnctn & Scl IntrvntnTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Current 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F648  (34479)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F677  (34480)Engl/Lang Arts Assess, CurrStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F678  (34481)Spec Educ Clin Prac: InitialTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
For initial licensure candidates only. Part-time fieldwork experience (minimum 120 hours) with individuals who have disabilities in approved K-12 public schools and affiliated facilities. Fieldwork assignments are in inclusive pullout and self-contained settings. Includes immersion in special education planning and teaching under the direction of a supervising teacher and university supervisor. Includes regularly scheduled seminars. Must be completed before enrollment in EDSE F680. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F680  (34482)Special Educ Clinical PracticeTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: For 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (34483)World LiteratureGayle Hammons2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (34484)World LiteratureDaryl Farmer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F217X  (34485)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34486)Intro to Creative WritingDiana Saverin2021-01-11 to 2021-03-08
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34487)Intro to Creative WritingSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34488)Intro to Creative WritingJaclyn Bergamino2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F309  (33256)Survey of Brit LitCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of writers and works from the early Romantic period (Blake and Burns), through the Victorian period, James Joyce, and stream-of-consciousness, to the present. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F314  (34489)Technical WritingCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Writing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F314  (36177)Technical WritingCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Writing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F375  (33260)Intmed Creative Writng:FictionJoseph Holt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms and techniques of fiction. Students' work will be read and discussed in class and in conference with the instructor. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F400  (33261)Capstone PortfolioJennifer Schell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course consists of mandatory attendance at a portfolio-creation workshop and submission of a capstone portfolio. The workshop is designed to support the student's development of the portfolio and shall be taken during the semester in which the student intends to graduate. The portfolio will consist of materials from the student's coursework within the English Major; see the English Department website for more information and deadlines. Mandatory attendance at a portfolio-creation workshop and satisfactory completion and submission of a capstone portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F427  (33263)The Horror FilmSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive study of variable topics in film studies. May focus on themes such as race or war in film; a specific period such as films of the 1940s: particular genres such as horror, film noir, or the musical, an important director, or an aspect of contemporary film theory. Intensive readings and research in contemporary film theory and criticism will foster in-depth understanding of chosen topic. Course may be repeated two times for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F470  (33265)Topics in Creative WritingSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Practice and guidance in writing fiction, poetry, drama or essays. Students' work read and discussed in class and in conference with the instructor. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F103  (34493)The Harvest of the SeaTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore the scientific and popular literature related to the exploitation of global marine fisheries resources. Specific topics of the course will be based on three core themes: (1) early exploitation of marine resources, leading to the need for fisheries management; (2) overexploitation of fish and marine mammal stocks driven largely by technological advancements culminating from the Industrial Revolution; and (3) the current status and future sustainability of marine fisheries resources. This course is largely discussion based; as a result, weekly attendance and preparation is a critical component of the course. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F427  (35934)IchthyologyJuan Lopez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Major groups of fishes, emphasizing fishes of northwestern North America. Classification structure, evolution, general biology and importance to man. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F487  (35935)Fisheries ManagementTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of fisheries management, with an emphasis on strategies utilized for the management of freshwater and marine fisheries. Application of quantitative methodologies for the assessment and manipulation of aquatic habitats, sport and commercial fish populations, and stock assessment are considered, as is the setting of appropriate goals and objectives for effective, science-based management. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F687  (35936)Fisheries ManagementTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of fisheries management, with an emphasis on strategies utilized for the management of freshwater and marine fisheries. Application of quantitative methodologies for the assessment and manipulation of aquatic habitats, sport and commercial fish populations, and stock assessment are considered, as is the setting of appropriate goals and objectives for effective, science-based management. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F105X  (34498)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F191  (33322)Audition/Prtfolio Revw PrtcptnKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Theatre concentration majors are required to participate in auditions and/or portfolio reviews every semester. FLPA Theatre concentration majors are also expected to attend all Theatre UAF productions (tickets are provided free) and to attend all Theatre & Film Department "town" meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F215X  (34499)Dramatic Literature & HistoryRebecca George2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Reading, analyzing, and categorizing plays as maps for theatrical production. Students will be exposed to a broad range of plays from major periods in theatre history including the classical and contemporary Western canon. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F217X  (34500)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F260  (35939)Digital Video Editing: AdobeKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of non-linear digital video editing. Students will go from little or no experience in non-linear editing to being comfortable with some of the advanced editing techniques. Address motion picture editing theories that are not bound to time or specific editing technology. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F289  (33325)Reel Workshop/Review IElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F291  (33326)Audtn/Portfolio Rvw Prtcptn 2Kade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Theatre concentration majors are required to participate in auditions and/or portfolio reviews every semester. FLPA Theatre concentration majors are also expected to attend all Theatre UAF productions (tickets are provided free) and to attend all Theatre & Film Department "town" meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F298  (33327)Undergraduate ResearchElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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FLPA F347  (36052)Lighting DesignKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles and techniques of theatrical lighting design. The student will conduct practical experiments and design projects applying the experience gained. Student will spend approximately $40 for materials for this class. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F371  (34502)Digital ImagingMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills and knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F389  (33330)Reel Workshop/Review IIElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Second level of Reel Review. FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F403  (33333)Practicum in Film: FRAMEElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The Film Reel Alaska Mentorship Experience (FRAME) manages a film service company for the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Students will work with program mentors, clients and researchers to develop a variety of content for academic, industrial and creative research activities. Students will be directly engaged in professional project development, production and distribution. May be repeated for credit. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F427  (33334)Topics in Film StudiesSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive study of variable topics in film studies. May focus on themes such as race or war in film; a specific period such as films of the 1940s: particular genres such as horror, film noir, or the musical, an important director, or an aspect of contemporary film theory. Intensive readings and research in contemporary film theory and criticism will foster in-depth understanding of chosen topic. Course may be repeated two times for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F460  (36643)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F480  (34836)Documentary FilmmakingRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of hands-on documentary filmmaking techniques, including preproduction, production and postproduction. Different documentary filmmaking directing styles and the process of distributing a documentary. Each student will produce a short documentary as the capstone of the course. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F489  (33336)Reel Workshop/Review IIIElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Third level of Reel Review. FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F498  (33337)Undergraduate ResearchElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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FLPA F499  (33338)Thesis ProjectElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Final step in film or stage training which involves creating a final film or stage creative project as a filmmaker, actor, director, designer, playwright or screenwriter. Projects can include producing a film project with the support of a faculty advisor, performing a leading role on a theatre/film UAF main-stage film or stage production or directing/designing/writing a project for the theatre/film UAF season. COURSE DETAILS
FREN F102X  (34503)Elementary French IIJohn Ancheta2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F101X  (34504)Expdtn Earth:Intro to GeogrphyRoger Pearson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F302  (34505)Geography of AlaskaRoger Pearson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines the environmental, political, cultural, and economic characteristics of Alaska and its sub-regions. Explores historical and contemporary political and economic relationships to Russia, the U.S., Asia, Circumpolar nations, and Alaska Native peoples. Also explores Alaska's contemporary resource development issues and environmental challenges, with an emphasis on impacts of climate change. COURSE DETAILS
GEOS F657  (35131)Microwave Remote SensingFranz Meyer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
GER F102X  (34507)Elementary German IIHelga Wagenleiter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F100X  (34508)Modern World HistoryJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Significant 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F100X  (35943)Modern World HistoryWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Significant 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F102X  (35945)Western Cvlization Since 1500Susan Larrabee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course examines the origins and development of key social, political, economic and cultural trends in Western civilization from 1500 to the present. Topics to be examined include the Reformation, the scientific revolution, the Enlightenment, the French and Industrial revolutions, nationalism, imperialism, communism, fascism, World Wars I and II, and the Cold War. Students will learn how to read and interpret historical documents, how the interplay of historical factors conditions subsequent events and different approaches and perspectives for understanding the past. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F122X  (34509)East Asian CivilizationWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is a survey course on the history of East Asian civilizations from 1800 to the present. Multiple approaches to history such as political and economic history will be employed, but the main focus of the course will be intellectual history. Students will be asked to identify broad historical and ideological trends in modern East Asian history based on the analysis of primary source data from the writings of governmental officials, leaders of political movements, and influential intellectuals in society. Current relations among East Asia countries will also be examined. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F132X  (34510)History of the U.S.John Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Surveys 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 arguments. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F315  (36416)Europe: 1900--1945Tyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Europe through two world wars, the Russian Revolutions the depression, the development of fascism, the evolution of Russian communism. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F331  (35949)Modern JapanWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
From 1600 to the present: change within tradition, rise to world power and the position of Japan in the modern world. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F364  (35951)History of US 1945 to PresentJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An advanced survey course that examines economic, political and social developments related to the Cold War, Civil Rights movement, rise of a counter-culture, Vietnam war and its legacy, and America after the fall of Soviet Union. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F434  (35953)North American Energy HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An in-depth seminar on various topics in History. Approach will vary depending on the subject of the study, but will emphasize reading, critical analysis and writing on a major issue in history. Content will vary to take advantage of different directions in history, such as cultural, intellectual or economic history. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F464  (35955)Soviet and Post-Soviet RussiaTyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Russia from the 1917 Revolution to the present. This course examines the attempts to build a socialist utopia in the former Russian empire and its impact on the peoples of that region and the modern world. We will consider the political, economic, social and cultural nature of the Soviet state. Major themes include cultural transformation, industrialization, Stalinism, the Soviet Union as a multi-national empire, the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet state, and the new Russia of Yeltsin and Putin. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F476  (34512)Senior Thesis CapstoneJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Preparation and writing of a senior thesis using primary research materials on a topic of the student's choosing. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F483  (34513)20th Cent Circumpolar HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comparative history of the circumpolar North, including Alaska, Siberia, Scandinavia, Greenland and Canada. Focus on social, economic, political and environmental issues of the 20th century, such as exploration, aboriginal land claims, subsistence, military strategy, transportation, oil development, Arctic haze and scientific research in the Arctic. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F490  (35958)Research/Writing Northern HistPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the craft and methodology of historical research in the North. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34514)Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34515)Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34122)Medical TerminologyJacqueline Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F106  (34516)Human Behavior in Health CareShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussion 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F110  (34517)Professional Skills/WorkplaceKarina Gonzales-Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presents skills to ensure success for the professional administrative assistant, receptionist, medical worker and others. Includes interview skills, business manners, customer service and dressing for success. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F116  (34518)Mathematics in Health CareKarina Gonzales-Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Practical application of mathematics in health care, including arithmetic review, percentages, interest, ratio, proportion, dimensional analysis, metric system, medication calculation, graphs, charts and measurement instruments. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F118  (34519)Medical Law and EthicsBetty Aldrich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
In-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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F126  (34151)Adm Proc. for HC WorkerDiana Hawkins2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the responsibilities and duties required of medical office assistants and scribes in a variety of healthcare settings. Focus is on reception, scheduling of appointments, insurance, billing and coding, ethical and legal responsibilities, electronic health records, public relations, professionalism and working with the healthcare team. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F130  (34520)Medical Office TechnologyChristian Beks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduces 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34521)Science of NutritionShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34522)Science of NutritionShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34154)Science of NutritionKarolina Priebe2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F234  (34523)Administrative Procedures IIAmelia Topkok2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Office 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F235  (34524)Medical CodingShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F237  (34525)Inpatient Healthcare ReimbursShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Rules 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F110  (35806)Personal PreparednessSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Students will gain the ability to recognize pending crises and the skills to successfully manage events, using preparedness theory. Students will be able to utilize practical applications should a disaster occur. They will then take all of the preparedness skills they have learned and develop a Personal Preparedness Plan. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F121  (34527)Intro to Homeland SecurityJames Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F223  (35136)Terrorism: A Global ThreatDavid Neel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F271  (34529)Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F301  (34530)Princ Emerg Mgmt & Home SecSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F402  (34531)Incdnt Cmnd for Emgcy Mdcl SrvDouglas Schrage2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Students 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F406  (34532)Comparative Homeland SecurityTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F407  (34533)Comparative Emergency MgmtLinda Kiltz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F412  (34534)Emerg Planning & PreparednessScott Kuykendall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F412  (35807)Emerg Planning & PreparednessChristopher Elg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F416  (34535)Cybersecurity ManagementAlec Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Develop an understanding of the concepts, trends and strategies associated with cybersecurity and managing risk. This course will enable managers to understand risks associated with information technology, develop compensating controls or mitigations and implement them. Planning process, mitigation strategies, detection and recovery associated with cybersecurity and risk management are covered. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F417  (35137)Cybersecurity ResiliencyThomas Langdon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F418  (34536)Cybercrime, Fraud and LawSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides an introduction to cybercrime, including the history of cybercrime in the U.S. and the resulting law and regulatory environment in which it has resulted. 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, terrorism and state sponsored activity, will be discussed. Students will become familiar with legal processes of which they may find themselves a part of, including litigation, depositions and expert reporting. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F423  (34537)Disaster Response Ops & MgmtYgnacio Flores2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F434  (34538)All-hazards Risk AnalysisCatherine Chatfield2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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). COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F439  (34539)Supervising Emergency ServicesDouglas Schrage2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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 include 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F445  (34540)Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtDoniella Mckoy2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F445  (34541)Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F452  (34542)Internship in Emergency MngmntKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F456  (34543)Leadrshp in Dangerous ContxtsCameron Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F461  (34544)Human Security in AlaskaSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course explores the concept of human security, and takes an individual-centered approach to security, unlike the traditional state-centric approach. Topics covered include economic security, food security, health security, personal security, community security, environmental security and political security. Students will examine Alaska Native life through the human security framework. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F467  (34545)Currnt Topics in Public SafetyUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F603  (34546)Disaster Management PolicyTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F605  (34547)Community Planning in EMDavid Kang2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F607  (34548)Vulnerability and ProtectionSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F622  (34549)Arctic Strategies & OperationsTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of northern national policies of the Arctic states as well as select non-Arctic states. Understanding Arctic national interests and strategies help inform defense authorities of critical Arctic issues required for diplomacy and security planning, regional dynamics, and complex international influences. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F632  (34550)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F632  (35809)Project ManagementToni Abbey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F641  (35815)Info Assurance & Risk Assess.Matthew Schroeder2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Overview of enterprise security, privacy and information security assessment and management, and cyber security. Concentration on tangible and intangible costs of risks and examination of information assurance and security risk assessment concepts. Students will understand how to assess information security risks and use that information to develop potential solutions. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F643  (34551)Addressing CybersecurityAlec Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The course explores the nature of the critical infrastructure, the possible threats that exist or might exist and how they can be countered. Through case studies, we will examine the varied serious potential threats out there to the numerous critical infrastructures we have identified. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F645  (34552)Crisis ManagementLinda Kiltz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An in-depth review of crisis management to include the different crises an organization may face. The importance of an ethical and strategic response, developing a solid crisis management plan, strong crisis communication, and developing a crisis management team will be discussed. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F690  (34553)Security and Disaster MangmntCameron Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
INU F111X  (36183)Elementary Inupiaq Eskimo IChelsey Zibell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to Inupiaq, the language of Unalakleet, Seward Peninsula, Kotzebue Sound and the North Slope. Open to both speakers and nonspeakers. For speakers the course provides literacy and grammatical analysis. For others it provides a framework for learning to speak, read and write the language. Consideration given to dialect differences. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (34554)Introduction to JusticeFrank Boldt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (35980)Introduction to JusticeGary Copus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (35981)Introduction to JusticeMelvin Colley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F125X  (34555)Intro to Addictive ProcessesMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Focus 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F251X  (34556)CriminologyFrank Boldt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The study of the major areas of deviant behavior and its relationship to society, law and law enforcement, including the theories of crime causation. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (34557)Ethics and JusticeGary Copus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (35982)Ethics and JusticeMelvin Colley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (35983)Ethics and JusticeJessie Carson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F310  (34558)Principles of CorrectionsMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to adult institutions, community- based programs, and theories of incarceration. Correctional programs are examined. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F340  (34559)Rural Justice in AlaskaJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Application 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F352  (34560)Criminal LawJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of elements, purposes and functions of the substantive criminal law with emphasis upon historical and philosophical concepts. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F358  (34561)Juvenile DelinquencyMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theories 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F453  (34562)Comparative CriminologyJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F490  (35986)Capstone: Semr Crtcl Iss CrmlJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This seminar is one of three ways to satisfy the major capstone experience. The seminar will last for one week and the student will be required to attend sessions 8 hours a day. Topics of current interest. Candidates in standing for BA degree in Justice will make presentations. Attendance is required on the UAF campus. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F492  (35140)Seminar:Restorative JusticeJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Various topics of current interest and importance to the justice major will be presented. Topics will be announced prior to each offering. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F615  (34563)Just Prog Plan/Eval/Grant WrtJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Program planning and evaluation. Includes grant proposal writing with emphasis on federal sources of grant funding. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F620  (34564)Personnel Mgmt in Crim JustJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation for effective management of personnel in criminal justice by supervisors. Includes recruiting, selection, training, on-site supervision, termination and replacement of subordinates. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F625  (34565)Legal Aspects Crim Just MgmtJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F698  (34566)Non-thesis Research/ProjectJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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LAT F102X  (34568)Beginning Latin IIEileen Harney2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation 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. COURSE DETAILS
LING F302  (33434)Intro to 2nd Lang AcquisitionSabine Siekmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of traditional and contemporary theories of second language acquisition and implications for language teaching and learning. COURSE DETAILS
LING F699  (34569)ThesisSabine Siekmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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LS F101X  (34570)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34571)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34572)Library Information & ResearchIlana Kingsley2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34573)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34574)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34575)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (35142)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
MA F100  (34172)Medical TerminologyJacqueline Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F054  (34576)PrealgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F055  (34577)Elementary AlgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include evaluation and simplifying algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines, solving systems of linear equations, solving quadratic equations by factoring, and some rational equations. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F105  (34578)Intermediate AlgebraPaul Atkins2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, absolute value, radical, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of absolute value, radical, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; functions and their inverses; and introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. To matriculate to MATH F151X from MATH F105, students must earn a grade of B or higher. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F105  (34579)Intermediate AlgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, absolute value, radical, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of absolute value, radical, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; functions and their inverses; and introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. To matriculate to MATH F151X from MATH F105, students must earn a grade of B or higher. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F113X  (34581)Numbers and SocietyOdile Bastille2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Numbers 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F114X  (34582)Patterns and SocietyLorinda Fattic2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F151X  (34584)College Algebra for CalculusJeffrey Park2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations; applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F152X  (34585)TrigonometryJohn Egenolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of trigonometric functions including graphing, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, solving equations and polar coordinates; applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F156X  (34586)PrecalculusLatrice Bowman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Various 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251L  (34587)Calculus I RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Recitation section for Calculus I. Activities may include worksheets, quizzes and problem sessions associated with corresponding lecture material from MATH F251X. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251X  (34588)Calculus ICaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F252L  (34589)MATH F252X RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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MATH F252X  (34590)Calculus IICaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Further topics in single-variable calculus, including techniques of integration; applications of integration; convergence of sequences and series; parameterized curves; and polar coordinates. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F253X  (34591)Calculus IIIOdile Bastille2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Multivariable 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F302  (34592)Differential EquationsAlexei Rybkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Nature 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F607  (34593)Human Resources ManagementKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F617  (34594)Organizational Theory/ManagersRichard Wolk2021-01-11 to 2021-03-31
Overview of the history, concepts, literature and applications in organizational theory. Emphasis on applications and cases applying organizational theory concepts to management. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F632  (34595)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F632  (35816)Project ManagementToni Abbey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F643  (34596)Marketing ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F674  (34597)New Venture DevelopmentPing Lan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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 feasibility study, intellectual property protection, strategic management, marketing strategies, new venture financing and human capital management. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F675  (34598)Quantitat Methods for ManagersBetty Ross2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F680  (34599)Financial Markets and StrategyHaiwei Chen2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Description 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F690  (34600)Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F691  (35144)Advanced Topics in BusinessMoses Dardik2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Developing managers' ability to excel in specialized areas of business such as entrepreneurship and risk management. COURSE DETAILS
ME F313  (36456)Mechanical Engr ThermodynamicsRorik Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Investigation and design of power and refrigeration cycles (Rankine, Brayton, Otto, and Diesel), compressible flow (isentropic, shock waves, and flow in ducts with friction), and combustion and gas vapor mixtures. COURSE DETAILS
ME F409  (33494)ControlsCheng-fu Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis and design of control systems. Block diagrams, transfer functions and frequency analysis. Closed loop systems and system stability. Industrial controllers and system compensation. COURSE DETAILS
ME F431  (36013)Int. Mechanics of MaterialsCheng-fu Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Applications of Hooke's law and energy method to thin-walled beams and shafts, and analysis of stress and strain under combined loading. Introduction to fatigue and fracture of elastic materials. Applications to engineering problems. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F111L  (34601)MSL F111X LaboratoryJennifer Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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MSL F111X  (34602)The OceansJennifer Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F461  (33544)Chemical OceanographyAna Aguilar-Islas2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An integrated study of the chemical, biological, geological and physical processes that determine the distribution of chemical variables in the sea. Topics include biogeochemical cycles and the use of tracers to follow these complex chemical cycles. The chemistry of carbon is considered in detail. Interactions with the atmosphere and lithosphere (including implications of the mid-ocean ridge vent system to ocean chemistry) are examined. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F601  (34905)Professional DevelopmentBrenda Konar2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Improve ability to make oral and poster presentations and to write resumes and cover letters. Includes lectures, discussions, and four individual projects. Students are encouraged to use their thesis/dissertation material for the posters and oral presentations. Feedback on all projects will be given by both instructor and students. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F610  (33549)Marine BiologyKatrin Iken2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Biology of the major plant and animal groups in the sea and their roles in pelagic and benthic systems. Physical, chemical and geological features affecting marine organisms and the role of bacteria in the sea. The basic biology and adaptations of selected species of zooplankton and nekton. The benthos-shore biota, shelf and deep-sea organisms: basic biology, trophic roles and adaptations of selected species. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F650  (36412)Biological OceanographyRussell Hopcroft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of biological processes emphasizing organic matter synthesis and transfer including topics essential to a basic understanding of contemporary biological oceanography. Primary and secondary production, standing stocks, distribution, and structure and dynamics of phytoplankton and zooplankton populations. The transfer of organic matter to higher trophic levels and food webs. Nutrient cycling, especially but not exclusively nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon, microbiological processes relevant to nutrient cycling. Heterotrophic production, benthic communities, coastal ecosystems, the influence of organisms on the composition of seawater, particularly with reference to oxygen and carbon dioxide regimes. Aspects of regional oceanography. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F660  (33552)Chemical OceanographyAna Aguilar-Islas2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An integrated study of the chemical, biological, geological and physical processes that determine the distribution of chemical variables in the sea. Topics include biogeochemical cycles and the use of tracers to follow these complex chemical cycles. The chemistry of carbon is considered in detail. Interactions with the atmosphere and lithosphere (including implications of the mid-ocean ridge vent system to ocean chemistry) are examined. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F103X  (34604)Music FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F103X  (34605)Music FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F125X  (34908)Enjoying JazzLorna Eder2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to jazz music, including its history, performance and various styles. This is a listening intensive course that offers a deeper appreciation and greater awareness of the many artists, collaborations and trends contributing to the development of this musical art. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F200X  (34606)Explorations in MusicLisa Kljaich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
NRM F277  (34607)Intro to Conservation BiologyGino Graziano2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the basic ecological, genetic, management, legal and historical developments in conservation biology and focused efforts to manage biological diversity resources, with a status review of important habitats and endangered species. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F102X  (34608)Introduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey 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. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F102X  (36459)Introduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey 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. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F104X  (36457)Logic and ReasoningSeth Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of deductive and inductive logic and application of the principles to critical thinking in logic and its application. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F104X  (36458)Logic and ReasoningSeth Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of deductive and inductive logic and application of the principles to critical thinking in logic and its application. COURSE DETAILS
PHYS F102X  (34610)Energy and SocietyTomas Marsik2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploring 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F102  (34611)Intro to Paralegal StudiesDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Sources 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 online legal research databases. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F105  (34612)Ethics for ParalegalsDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examination of 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F201  (34201)Practical Paralegal SkillsMaureen DeLauriea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The practical skills required of a paralegal in the job market, including drafting legal documents, pleadings and office correspondence, fact gathering through interviewing and investigating, use of the Internet for legal research, pretrial procedures, focusing primarily on civil rules 30, 33, 34, 35 and 36, and assisting at trial. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F203  (34613)TortsDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F213  (35150)Criminal Law for ParalegalsBrent Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F250  (34615)Probate LawTessa Tate2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of probate law and the uniform probate code. Includes the preparation and interpretation of wills, administration of decedent's estates, intestate succession laws, guardianships and other related probate matters. Focus on Alaska statutes and probate rules. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F285  (34202)Advanced Legal WritingDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Expand on writing skills previously learned by drafting documents regularly assigned to practicing paralegals, such as pleadings to be filed in court, motion practice, office correspondence, and interoffice legal memorandums. Focus on issue identification, legal analysis and critical thinking skills. COURSE DETAILS
PS F201X  (36016)Comparative PoliticsJeremy Speight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the systematic study of government and politics in countries other than the U.S. Students will explore such questions as why some countries are democracies and other countries dictatorships; why some remain stable and peaceful, while others seem in constant turmoil. This is a prerequisite for other courses in comparative politics. COURSE DETAILS
PS F323  (36017)International Political EconBrandon Boylan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the manner in which political and economic forces interact to affect international flows of goods, money, investments and technology. International political economic relations are examined in several contexts. COURSE DETAILS
PS F403  (36018)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
PS F450  (35151)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
PS F603  (36020)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
PS F650  (34621)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F101X  (34622)Introduction to PsychologyJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Principles 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F240  (33823)Psychology of DevelopmentJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The psychology of human development from conception to death. Critical emphasis on theory and research within the field of developmental psychology with the role of culture as an influencing factor. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F240  (36667)Psychology of DevelopmentChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The psychology of human development from conception to death. Critical emphasis on theory and research within the field of developmental psychology with the role of culture as an influencing factor. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F250  (34623)Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F250  (34951)Intro Stats for Social ScienceJohn Worrall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F275  (33825)Intro to Soc Sci Research MethCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to research methods in psychology. Includes the scientific process, developing research ideas, experimental and non-experimental designs, sampling, surveys and data analysis. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F275  (36461)Intro to Soc Sci Research MethChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to research methods in psychology. Includes the scientific process, developing research ideas, experimental and non-experimental designs, sampling, surveys and data analysis. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F301  (34624)Culture and PsychologyInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F301  (36462)Culture and PsychologyAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F330  (35154)Social PsychologyInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis 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 available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F333  (36463)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F337  (34626)Sport PsychologyCourtney Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theoretical and practical applications of psychological issues related to participation in physical activities, including exercise adherence, performance enhancement, group dynamics, leadership and coaching behaviors, arousal/anxiety, intervention strategies and lifespan participation. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F390  (34627)Work Place PsychologyCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Application 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F440  (34953)Learning and CognitionJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and research on the fundamentals of learning. Topics include information processing, attention and consciousness, learning processes, memory structures, retrieval, and the biological and cultural considerations relevant to each. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F448  (34628)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F480  (34629)Qualitative Soc Sci ResearchAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F485  (34630)Senior SeminarDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Synthesis 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F488  (33827)Practicum in PsychologyAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Individual practice and training to work in a setting or experience the work of a psychologist. Faculty supervision on campus or on site. Requires 50 clock hours per credit hour. Placement must be arranged during the prior semester before registering for this course. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F498  (33828)ResearchChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33830)ResearchDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33831)ResearchInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33832)ResearchCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33833)ResearchJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33834)ThesisCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33836)ThesisDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33837)ThesisJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F648  (34631)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F699  (33845)ThesisCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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RD F114  (34632)Indigenous Ppls & N. Am. LawsJenny Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Familiarize students with domestic law and how it affects Indigenous Peoples' governance in the United States. Special emphasis on Alaska Natives and the relationship between legal systems and those of the state and federal governments. Examination of how law is made and why Tribal laws differ from those in neighboring jurisdictions. Course uses asynchronous online delivery. COURSE DETAILS
RD F315  (35847)Tribal People & DevelopmentJessica Black2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Impact of socioeconomic development processes on tribal peoples in less developed world societies. Implications of these processes for Alaska Native people. COURSE DETAILS
RD F430  (36184)Indigenous Econ Dev/EntreprenCatherine Brooks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An understanding of the principles, strategies and practices of economic development and entrepreneurship with a focus on indigenous Alaska communities. Focus is on those sustainable economics, through culturally appropriate practices. COURSE DETAILS
RD F655  (36185)Circumpolar Health IssuesUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides a comprehensive overview of major circumpolar health issues affecting Northern residents. Includes an analysis of health and traditional healing practices prior to contact. Examines the emergence of chronic diseases, problems of alcohol abuse and violence, efforts to combine traditional healing practices and Western medicine. Includes environmental health issues, including water, sewer, and food contamination. Overview of health care systems and public health infrastructure in the North. COURSE DETAILS
RUSS F302  (36415)Advanced Russian IISvetlana Nuss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation of RUSS F301 Advanced Russian I. Discussions and essays on more difficult subjects or texts. Translations, stylistic exercises and special grammatical problems. Conducted in Russian. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F101X  (34633)Introduction to SociologyMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F250  (36466)Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F250  (36668)Intro Stats for Social ScienceJohn Worrall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F333  (36467)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F480  (36468)Qualitative Soc Sci ResearchAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F101X  (34636)Elementary Spanish IKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F101X  (35162)Elementary Spanish IKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F202  (34638)Intermediate Spanish IIKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation of SPAN F201. Increasing emphasis on reading, writing and oral ability. Conducted in Spanish. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F317  (35938)Advanced Spanish GrammarDaniel Darrow2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Grammatical concepts in Spanish. Focus on more difficult grammatical structures. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F281X  (34641)Intro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F481  (34642)Event ManagementJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. Topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F482  (34643)Sport MarketingTravis Misner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F486  (34645)Outdoor Rec EntrepreneurshipMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-03-15
This course is an introduction in the development and management of outdoor recreation businesses. Topics covered include business plan development, financial structures, and risk management specific to remote recreation businesses commonly found in Alaska, such as big-game commercial services, sport fishing operations, remote expediting, and aviation-related services. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F488  (35822)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to the application of analytical tools and techniques used within the sports industry. It will discuss theory, development, and application of analytics in the sports industry. COURSE DETAILS
STAT F200X  (34646)Elementary StatisticsScott Goddard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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. COURSE DETAILS
STAT F698  (34647)Non-thesis Research/ProjectJulie McIntyre2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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SWK F306  (33876)Soc Welfare:Policies & IssuesRetchenda George Bettisworth2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Social policies and how they affect the delivery of social services. Factors influencing development of the current social service system. Analysis of dilemmas that develop in a welfare system attempting to deal with rapid social change. Alternative approaches to the solution of social problems and possible future developments. COURSE DETAILS
SWK F405  (36805)SWK & Mental Health/Well-BeingChristina Ireton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore the history and treatment of individuals with mental health disorders in the United States. Students will explore the unique opportunities and challenges faced by social workers, and prepare them to provide case management and assessment services to people with mental health disorders. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F201X  (34649)Intro to Wmn Gndr SexualityMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An interdisciplinary introduction to the field of women, 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. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F320  (34650)Sociology of GenderMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive 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. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F332  (36469)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F380  (36669)Women, Minorities & the MediaAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic socialization differences that exist in the communication practices of women and men in every culture are addressed in the interpersonal organizational and cultural contexts. Examination of how women and minorities are portrayed in the mass media, the employment of women and minorities in the media, as well as how accurately the media reflects our society demographically. Presented from a feminist, multiculturalist perspective using a broad feminist analysis encompassing issues of gender as well as class, race, age and sexual orientation. COURSE DETAILS
WLF F469  (33889)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
WLF F669  (33893)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F068  (34652)College Literacy SkillsDana Greci2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Individualized instruction in writing and/or reading. Coursework can be designed to support specific courses or specific individuals as needed. This course does not fulfill the prerequisites for any other course. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F090  (34270)Writing & Reading StategiesKathleen Quick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Develops college writing and reading strategies. Reviews sentence and paragraph structure as part of the development of essays. Emphasizes revision techniques for essays and critical reading in academic contexts. A grade of C or higher in this course qualifies students for WRTG F110. On completing this course students may retake Accuplacer for placement into WRTG F111X. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F110  (34653)Intro. to College WritingKathleen Quick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive preparatory work in the college writing skills needed for WRTG F111X, including research, writing, revising and critical reading skills. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (34279)Writing Across ContextsDana Greci2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (34654)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36661)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36662)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36663)Writing Across ContextsKendalyn Mckisick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F211X  (34656)Writing and the HumanitiesDaniel Lyew2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (34658)Writing and the ProfessionsCarolyn Kremers2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (34659)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (33904)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (34660)Writing and the SciencesCasie Cameron2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (34661)Writing and the SciencesTara Knight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F214X  (34662)Arguing Across ContextsGregory Hindy2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F214X  (36664)Arguing Across ContextsMaureen Sullivan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
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ABUS F260  (75057)Marketing PracticesCassandra Ferree2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (76716)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2020-10-05 to 2020-12-12
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F293  (79016)Arts & Place Based Tching StraJoan Hornig2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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ED F593P  (79017)Core Pract in Arts & Place BasRobin Child2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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ED F593P  (79018)Adv Core Pract in Art & PlaceRobin Child2020-10-01 to 2021-05-01
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LS F101X  (75292)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (75294)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (78738)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2020-10-12 to 2020-11-20
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F643  (75313)Marketing ManagementMargaret Keiper2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F680  (75316)Financial Markets and StrategyHaiwei Chen2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Description 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F683  (75317)Advanced Topics in MarketingLily Dong2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
Current topics and issues in marketing management, such as political and services marketing, marketing communications, marketing in Alaska or other relevant subjects. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F690  (75318)Corporate StrategyRichard Wolk2020-10-19 to 2020-12-12
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F693  (78691)NegotiationsJames Johnsen2020-10-19 to 2020-12-10
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ABUS F101  (34289)Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F101  (34290)Principles of Accounting IAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102A  (34291)Keyboarding: Touch TypingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102B  (34292)Keyboarding: Skill BuildingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F102C  (34293)Keyboarding: Document FormttngKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F116  (34294)Using 10-Key CalculatorsKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F134  (34295)Alphabetic FilingKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Mastery and use of ARMA filing rules as they apply to alphabetic, subject, numeric and geographic filing. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F141  (34296)Payroll AccountingEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Payroll 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F154  (34297)Human RelationsSandra McGill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Attitudes, self-concepts, personal communication styles, motivation, interactions, positive reinforcements, team building and leadership development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F155  (34298)Business MathEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Review of basic math computation skills applied to various business areas. Emphasis on applications. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F158  (34299)Introduction to TourismScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An overview of components, concepts and issues in tourism and hospitality. Introduces a broad range of topics, including the history and impacts of tourism, marketing, planning, customer service, and career and business development, with a focus on Alaska and British Columbia, Canada. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F160  (34300)Principles of BankingRyan Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Banking 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F161  (34301)Personal and Business FinanceAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F170  (34302)Business EnglishKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive review of grammar, punctuation, capitalization and spelling, with emphasis on business and office occupations. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F179  (34304)Fundamentals of SupervisionSandra McGill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Effective supervisory concepts including planning, organizing and staffing functions. Communicating and delegating effectively, morale, productivity, decision making, positive position discipline and performance goals development. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F182  (34305)Office ProceduresKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Duties and responsibilities of general office employees including filing, processing mail, telephone communication, meeting the public, office supplies, banking, employment procedures and grooming. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F183  (34306)Professinl Skills for Job HuntCassandra Ferree2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Practical information necessary to help students choose meaningful employment as well as build their own employment portfolio. Materials used will allow students to learn more about themselves, engage in personal assessment and learn how this information relates to different careers. Students will complete target resumes, cover letters, follow-up letters, applications, job search strategies, mock job interviews and a professional portfolio. This class is designed for students embarking into the job market. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F201  (34307)Principles of Accounting IIAndreas Anger2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to accounting concepts and procedures for a business. Emphasis is on the accounting cycle and the recording, summarizing and interpretation of accounting data. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F202  (34308)Principles of Accounting IIISherri Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F210  (34309)Income TaxJennifer Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Income 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F220  (34310)Microcomputer Acct:QuickbooksJennifer Schumacher2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic microcomputer principles. Includes entering transactions, analyzing results, correcting errors and organizing business finances. QuickBooks is a widely used accounting software application. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F241  (34312)Applied Business Law IJennifer Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Legal aspects of business problems. Principles, institutions and administration of law in contracts, agency, employment, personal sales and property ownership. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F260  (34313)Marketing PracticesAlexis Amstutz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F263  (35083)Public RelationsScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Public 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F264  (34314)Filing/Records ManagementKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F265  (34315)Seminar in Applied MarketingRuth Gastineau2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis of the managerial relevance of current issues in marketing as found in the professional and/or popular marketing literature. A historical perspective will be provided through classic readings from the literature. Students will be expected to read, analyze and discuss assigned readings in a seminar atmosphere with a view toward understanding the rationale of applied marketing management practices such as theory, marketing mix and ethics. The relation and role of marketing, relative to other functional areas of the firm, will be explored. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F271  (34316)Business CommunicationsScott McCrea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Composition 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F273  (34317)Managing Small BusinessMark Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Entrepreneurship and management, starting a new business, buying an existing business or franchise. Managing, marketing, staffing, financing, budgeting, pricing, operational analysis and controls. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F274  (34318)Business in the Digital WorldCassandra Ferree2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration 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. COURSE DETAILS
ABUS F277  (35776)Dynamics of LeadershipCarrie Santoro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The study of leadership behavior with application of methods, facts and principles of leadership to individuals and groups in organizational and work settings. Drawing from several areas of behavioral science, this course, while designed for business students, is also suitable for other fields, general education, and personal enrichment. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F261X  (34319)Princ of Financial AccountingKenneth Abramowicz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
During 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F262  (34320)Princ of Managerial AccountingSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F271  (34321)Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F361  (34322)Intermediate Accounting ISatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussions 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F362  (34323)Intermediate Accounting IIMargaret Hernandez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussion 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F414  (34324)Government & Nonprofit AcctHoward Sparks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting for governmental units, public schools, colleges and universities, health care providers, voluntary health and welfare organizations and other nonprofit organizations. COURSE DETAILS
ACCT F452  (34325)AuditingSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the professional standards and procedures applicable to an auditor's examination of financial statements. Compliance and Operational auditing, ethical and legal responsibilities, and international auditing issues emphasized. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F603  (35842)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F657  (35843)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F664  (35844)Soviet and Post-Soviet RussiaTyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Russia from the 1917 Revolution to the present. This course examines the attempts to build a socialist utopia in the former Russian empire and its impact on the peoples of that region and the modern world. We will consider the political, economic, social and cultural nature of the Soviet state. Major themes include cultural transformation, industrialization, Stalinism, the Soviet Union as a multi-national empire, the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet state, and the new Russia of Yeltsin and Putin. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F683  (34327)20th Cent Circumpolar HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comparative history of the circumpolar North, including Alaska, Siberia, Scandinavia, Greenland and Canada. Focus on social, economic, political and environmental issues of the 20th century, such as exploration, aboriginal land claims, subsistence, military strategy, transportation, oil development, Arctic haze and scientific research in the Arctic. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F685  (36657)Interdisciplinary PhD SeminarMary Ehrlander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Seminar provides guidance to INDS Ph.D. students, creating a cohort experience as they explore various approaches to interdisciplinary research. Seminar sessions will alternate among guidance offered by the instructor, guest lectures by researchers and other experts, student presentations of their research, and less-formal student sharing of academic experiences. COURSE DETAILS
ACNS F690  (35845)Research/Writing Northern HistPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the craft and methodology of historical research in the North. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F101  (34328)Effective Pers Computer UseKristjana Richter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F101  (34329)Effective Pers Computer UseAlba Prato2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Using and understanding advanced computing software applications. Course develops conceptual and practical knowledge of advanced presentation/communications software, database programs and operating systems. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F310  (34330)Mgmt of Information SystemsPing Lan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F316  (34331)Acct Information SystemsAlba Prato2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Accounting systems for business and public entities. Emphasis on internal control functions and design concepts. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F324  (34332)Advanced MS ExcelKristjana Richter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Advanced 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. COURSE DETAILS
AIS F342  (34333)MS Excel for FinanceSatya Moehlin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
In 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANL F288  (34334)Curclm/Mtrl Devmt AK Natv LangHishinlai Peter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Preparation and evaluation of curriculum and classroom materials for teaching Native languages. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F101  (34335)Intro to Alaska Native StudiesDeborah Mekiana2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introductory information on the Alaska Native community. Overview of significant Native issues. Review of pertinent literature and resources. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F111X  (34336)Hist of Colonization in AKTiaAnna Tidwell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F114  (34337)Indigenous Ppls & N. Am. LawsJenny Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Familiarize students with domestic law and how it affects Indigenous Peoples' governance in the United States. Special emphasis on Alaska Natives and the relationship between Tribal legal systems and those of the state and federal governments. Examination of how law is made and why Tribal laws differ from those in neighboring jurisdictions. Course uses asynchronous online delivery. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F242X  (34338)Indigenous Cultures of AlaskaDeborah Mekiana2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The term Alaska Natives is used to refer to a broad spectrum of Alaska's Indigenous population, living in diverse geographic regions and each culturally distinct. Each cultural region has its own unique history, language, culture(s), political landscapes, and experiences. This course is intended to provide a broad overview of Alaska's first peoples. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F242X  (34339)Indigenous Cultures of AlaskaTiaAnna Tidwell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The term Alaska Natives is used to refer to a broad spectrum of Alaska's Indigenous population, living in diverse geographic regions and each culturally distinct. Each cultural region has its own unique history, language, culture(s), political landscapes, and experiences. This course is intended to provide a broad overview of Alaska's first peoples. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F315  (35846)Tribal People & DevelopmentJessica Black2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Impact of socioeconomic development processes on tribal peoples in less developed world societies. Implications of these processes for Alaska Native people. COURSE DETAILS
ANS F365  (34340)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F100X  (34341)Individual, Society, & CultureDavid Fazzino II2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An examination of the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F215  (32838)Fund of Social/Cultural AnthDavid Koester2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the basic concepts, subfields and techniques of social/cultural anthropology. Includes non-Western and Western ethnographic topics, and discussion of career options. Recommended: ANTH F211X. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F242  (34342)Native Cultures of AlaskaDavid Fazzino II2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F270  (34343)Virtual Field SchoolPatrick Plattet2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This asynchronous class offers a virtual cultural anthropology "field school" experience. It features authentic multimedia data collected in Alaska. Students get hands-on practice with methods and analytic techniques that include: participant observation, semi-structured interviews, linguistic analysis, multimodal interaction analysis, spatial mapping, visual/semiotic analysis, etc. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F305  (34344)Culture, Health and HealingElaine Drew2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An examination of culturally diverse meanings, behaviors, experiences and therapeutic systems associated with health and healing from the perspective of medical anthropology. Includes sections on prehistory and evolutionary medicine, but focuses primarily on contemporary ethnographic health studies from around the world. The course is available via eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F365  (34345)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F411  (32841)Senior Seminar in AnthropologyBrian Hemphill2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The integrated nature of anthropological inquiry. Includes a four-field approach to anthropology in a discussion-intensive setting. Student may focus on an interdisciplinary theme or a topic other than their own specialization. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F460  (36636)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
ANTH F493  (36225)R for Reproducible ResrchKara Hoover2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ANTH F493  (36226)Human Evolutionary BiologyKara Hoover2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ART F105X  (34347)Beginning DrawingMareca Guthrie2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is an introductory class that introduces students to fundamental drawing concepts, materials, techniques, vocabulary, functions, and range of visual aesthetics. No prior experience with drawing is required or expected. COURSE DETAILS
ART F105X  (32853)Beginning DrawingWendy Croskrey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is an introductory class that introduces students to fundamental drawing concepts, materials, techniques, vocabulary, functions, and range of visual aesthetics. No prior experience with drawing is required or expected. COURSE DETAILS
ART F161  (32854)Two-dimensional Digital DesignMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides an introduction to design principles and digital skills necessary for fine arts students. The course covers fundamentals of visual design, drawing, and painting techniques on computer. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
ART F162  (34348)Color and DesignJessie Hedden2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F163  (34349)Three-dimensional DesignWendy Croskrey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F200X  (34350)Explorations in ArtLisa Kljaich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F213  (32865)Beginning PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will address painting techniques in a variety of mediums. Emphasis will be placed on composition, painting materials and hazardous waste procedures. The techniques covered in this course will prepare students for future study in upper division courses and help them develop a professional portfolio of work. COURSE DETAILS
ART F262X  (32866)History of World ArtZoe Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Origins 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F284  (35093)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F284  (36168)Basic Digital PhotographyMelissa Stiefel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ART F313  (32879)Intermediate PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continued development of expressive skills in painting in any media. Emphasis on pictorial and conceptual problems. COURSE DETAILS
ART F347  (35804)Lighting DesignKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles and techniques of theatrical lighting design. The student will conduct practical experiments and design projects applying the experience gained. Student will spend approximately $40 for materials for this class. COURSE DETAILS
ART F365  (34352)Alaska Native Art HistoryDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The material culture of Alaska Native people from pre-colonial times to the present. Students will explore the effects of colonialism on the art forms of different Alaska Native cultural groups. Students will have an opportunity to contribute to the ongoing histories of Alaska Native art through group research projects. COURSE DETAILS
ART F371  (34353)Digital ImagingMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills in knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
ART F460  (36642)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
ART F476  (36251)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F489  (32896)Bachelor of Arts CapstoneDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This capstone course is the culmination of a student's general studies in the visual arts. This course will give students hands-on experience in preparing an art exhibition, resume, artist's statement and portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F491  (35849)Fine Art SeminarDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is a studio critique for BFA and MFA students. The course is structured as a hybrid seminar/critique, with weekly readings, discussions, and studio critique sessions. The course also includes writing assignments as an integrated element of contemporary studio practice preparing students for their solo exhibition. COURSE DETAILS
ART F499  (32897)Thesis ProjectDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Directed work toward individual exhibition; completed outside regularly scheduled classes. Required for B.F.A. candidates. COURSE DETAILS
ART F613  (36252)PaintingDavid Mollett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of selected topics in painting with lectures, demonstrations, independent research and production of painting at a level commensurate with graduate standing. May be repeated for credit. COURSE DETAILS
ART F661  (32906)Mentored Teaching in ArtDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Mentored teaching provides consistent contact of course-related issues between teaching assistants and mentoring faculty. Graduates are required to be enrolled in a mentored teaching section while teaching. COURSE DETAILS
ART F664  (34355)History of PhotographyJoshua Lazarus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will provide an exploration of the history, impact and development of the photographic process, spanning from the earliest observations of optics, through the development of the first permanent image, and all the way to the most recent advances in digital technology. COURSE DETAILS
ART F668  (32908)Alaska Native Art StudioDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Through individualized study, students will refine their artistic practice guided with in-depth mentorship from faculty. Through the creative process and deep critical feedback, students will learn to define how their artwork is connected to the cultures they draw upon. Students will develop critical dialogue along with their studio practice. COURSE DETAILS
ART F676  (36341)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ART F691  (35850)Fine Art SeminarDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is a studio critique for BFA and MFA students. The course is structured as a hybrid seminar/critique, with weekly readings, discussions, and studio critique sessions. The course also includes writing assignments as an integrated element of contemporary studio practice preparing students for their solo exhibition. COURSE DETAILS
ART F698  (32911)MFA Research ProjectDakaxeen Mehner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ATM F101X  (34356)Weather and Climate of AlaskaUma Bhatt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Focus 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"). COURSE DETAILS
ATM F425  (34357)Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores hydrometeorological processes, presents how to apply analysis techniques/skills to solve fundamental hydrometeorological questions (e.g. fire weather forecasting, drought forecasting, water resource management, flood forecasting). Subjects covered are hydrographs, radar images, meteograms, lysimeter, near-surface meteorology, surface energy and water budgets, stream response, groundwater, drought-indices, observational errors. COURSE DETAILS
ATM F625  (34359)Physical HydrometeorologyCarmen Nicole Moelders2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explores hydrometeorological processes, presents how to apply analysis techniques/skills to solve fundamental hydrometeorological questions (e.g. fire weather forecasting, drought forecasting, water resource management, flood forecasting). Subjects covered are hydrographs, radar images, meteograms, lysimeter, near-surface meteorology, surface energy and water budgets, stream response, groundwater, drought-indices, observational errors. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (36608)Introduction to BusinessChristina Tachick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (34361)Introduction to BusinessMark Young2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (34362)Introduction to BusinessSherri Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F151X  (35097)Introduction to BusinessSarah Sackett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Business 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F254X  (34363)Personal FinanceTimothy Stickel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F254X  (34364)Personal FinanceShelbie Umphenour2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F281X  (34366)Intro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F307  (34367)Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F307  (35799)Introductory Human Rsrce MngmtJean Richey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F308  (34368)PD: How to Prepare for a JobAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F308  (35098)PD: How to Prepare for a JobAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
The 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 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F309  (34369)PD: Finding a CareerAmanda White2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F323X  (34371)Business EthicsChristina Tachick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F323X  (34372)Business EthicsFrederick Arkell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F325  (34373)Financial ManagementHaiwei Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, risk-return trade-offs and option pricing. COURSE DETAILS
BA F330  (34696)Legal Environment of BusinessFrederick Arkell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The judicial system, legal processes, administrative procedures, law of torts, contract and agency government regulation of business, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and the uniform commercial code. COURSE DETAILS
BA F330  (34374)Legal Environment of BusinessAnne-Marie Dao2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The judicial system, legal processes, administrative procedures, law of torts, contract and agency government regulation of business, business ethics, corporate social responsibility and the uniform commercial code. COURSE DETAILS
BA F343  (34375)Principles of MarketingTammy Tragis-McCook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Management 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F360  (34376)Operations ManagementDouglas Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Operations 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F390  (34377)Organizational Theory/BehaviorUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F391  (34378)Alaska Native CorporationsBetty Ross2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Explore management within Alaska Native Corporations to understand the cultural origins and behavioral adaptions unique to these organizations. Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act, indigenous leadership, cultural anthropology, contrasting cultural values and managing and maintaining organizational culture will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
BA F421  (34379)Business AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F436  (34380)Consumer BehaviorLily Dong2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Effects of nationality, culture, social class, family, personality, symbolism and persuasion on consumptive behavior. Qualitative methodologies such as focus groups covered. COURSE DETAILS
BA F453  (34381)Internship in Business AdminKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A supervised practical work experience to enable students to apply their course work in a business environment. Admission dependent upon approved sponsorship arrangements. COURSE DETAILS
BA F457  (34382)Training & Management DevelpmtJean Richey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of employee training programs, needs assessments, learning theories, instructional design, training techniques and evaluation, management development and career development techniques and practices. COURSE DETAILS
BA F460  (34383)International BusinessMary Kalliny2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Relationships 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F461  (34384)International FinanceXiyu Zhou2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Development of analytical skills, logical thought processes and information literacy necessary to make and implement investment decisions in a global setting. COURSE DETAILS
BA F462  (34385)Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F481  (34386)Event ManagementJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. Topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. COURSE DETAILS
BA F482  (34387)Sport MarketingTravis Misner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
BA F486  (34389)Outdoor Rec EntrepreneurshipMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-03-15
This course is an introduction in the development and management of outdoor recreation businesses. Topics covered include business plan development, financial structures, and risk management specific to remote recreation businesses commonly found in Alaska, such as big-game commercial services, sport fishing operations, remote expediting, and aviation-related services. COURSE DETAILS
BA F488  (35803)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to the application of analytical tools and techniques used within the sports industry. It will discuss theory, development, and application of analytics in the sports industry. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F320  (34390)ManagementAmanda White2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course introduces and explores the concepts, theories, and principles of management. We will study the basic managerial functions of planning, organization, staffing, directing, and controlling resources to accomplish organizational goals. Special consideration given to the different roles managers provide and the unique skills required to carry out those roles. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F352  (34391)Accounting and FinanceMitchell Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course introduces non-business managers to the basics of accounting and financing. Topics that will be covered include cost accounting, budgeting, cash flows, and how to read a basic financial report. COURSE DETAILS
BAM F462  (34392)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is designed to incorporate management strategies with key components of project management fundamentals into a setting that managers would use. It stresses the importance of project management in successful organizations and the role the project management plays in business strategies. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F101L  (35853)Introductory Biology LabAnja Kade2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides laboratory experience emphasizing contemporary biological topics for transfer students who are not science majors and who have completed a natural science course with no laboratory section at another institution. Content aligns with the laboratory section of BIOL F103X. Students having completed BIOL F103X may not register for BIOL F101L. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F103X  (34393)Biology and SocietyAnja Kade2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamental principles of biology; emphasis on their application to humans in the modern world. Lectures, laboratory demonstrations, experiments and discussions of contemporary biological topics. For non-science majors; cannot be used as a biology elective by biological science majors. Students who have completed BIOL F101L may not register for BIOL F103X. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F112L  (34394)BIOL F112X LaboratoryDonald Larson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F112X  (34395)Human Anatomy & Physiology IIDonald Larson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Integrated view of human structure and function. Continuation of Human A&P I. Covers endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F115L  (34396)BIOL F115X LaboratoryDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F115X  (34397)Fundamentals of Biology IDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The first of a two-part course series for science majors, Fundamentals of Biology I covers the chemistry of life, cell structure and function, cellular energetics, cell division, genetics, and evolution. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F116L  (35855)BIOL F116X LaboratoryDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F116X  (35854)Fundamentals of Biology IIDenise Kind2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The second of a two-course series for science majors, Fundamentals of Biology II covers speciation, organismal diversity, form and function of plants and animals, and ecology. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F140  (34398)Intro Behavioral Neurosci ResAbel Bult-Ito2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Online asynchronous introductory biomedical research on compulsive-like mice, including data collection, data analysis, and interpretation of results. Learn about obsessive-compulsive disorder in humans and how animal research has the potential to contribute to improving the human condition. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F240  (34399)Beginnings in MicrobiologyUrsel Schuette2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. Available at UAF Community and Technical College. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F260  (32951)Principles of GeneticsDiana Wolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of inheritance; physiochemical properties of genetic systems. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F260L  (36383)BIOL F260 LaboratoryDiana Wolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F310  (32953)Animal PhysiologyCory Williams2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Animal function, including respiration, digestion, circulation, nerve and muscle function, hormones and reproduction. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F310L  (36384)BIOL F310 LaboratoryCory Williams2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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BIOL F331  (34712)Systematic BotanyStefanie Ickert2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Classification of flowering plants with emphasis on Alaskan flora; familiarity with taxonomy (identification, nomenclature, classification), evolution (speciation, reproductive biology, adaptation, convergence, biogeography) and phylogenetics (morphology and molecules). Lab emphasizes learning representative families and genera of Alaskan flora using keys and manuals. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F371  (34402)Principles of EcologyTamara Harms2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic principles in physiological, ecosystem, population and community ecology. Environmental factors and their influence on plants and animals. Structure, growth and regulation of populations. The ecosystem concept, biogeochemical cycles, and the structure and function of major terrestrial biomes. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F426  (32961)OrnithologyFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Evolution, anatomy, physiology, distribution, migration, breeding biology of birds, their classification and identification. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F427  (36385)IchthyologyJuan Lopez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Major groups of fishes, emphasizing fishes of northwestern North America. Classification structure, evolution, general biology and importance to man. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F440  (34403)Behav Neurosci Res CapstoneAbel Bult-Ito2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Online asynchronous comprehensive biomedical research on compulsive-like mice, including data collection, data analysis, and interpretation of results. Learn about obsessive-compulsive disorder in humans and how animal research has the potential to contribute to improving the human condition. Complete the Biology Capstone requirements including writing a full length scientific manuscript. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F457  (35856)Environmental MicrobiologyMary Leigh2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on the role of microorganisms in environmentally-relevant processes including bioremediation of pollutants, biogeochemical cycling, corrosion and wastewater treatment, including current methods for studying microbial diversity and function. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F469  (32965)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F481  (34404)Principles of EvolutionDevin Drown2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns and processes of evolutionary change. Covered topics include microevolutionary processes, population genetics, quantitative genetics, fitness and adaptation, phylogenetics, speciation and macroevolutionary pattern. The conceptual framework of evolutionary biology is used to understand basic and applied issues in the life sciences, biomedicine, and agriculture. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F481  (34405)H* Principles of EvolutionDevin Drown2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns and processes of evolutionary change. Covered topics include microevolutionary processes, population genetics, quantitative genetics, fitness and adaptation, phylogenetics, speciation and macroevolutionary pattern. The conceptual framework of evolutionary biology is used to understand basic and applied issues in the life sciences, biomedicine, and agriculture. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F639  (36786)Veterinary VirologyKarsten Hueffer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore current concepts in the field of veterinary virology, with an emphasis on the viral structure, viral genetic material and viral replication strategies of various animal viruses. In addition, mechanisms of viral pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of viral infection will be presented. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F657  (35859)Environmental MicrobiologyMary Leigh2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on the role of microorganisms in environmentally-relevant processes including bioremediation of pollutants, biogeochemical cycling, corrosion and wastewater treatment, including current methods for studying microbial diversity and function. COURSE DETAILS
BIOL F669  (32976)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
CCS F693  (36387)Native Ways of KnowingPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F100X  (34410)Chemistry in Complex SystemsChris Whittle2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F103X  (33998)Intro General ChemistryAnshul Pandya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introductory chemistry survey course for health science majors and preparatory course for science majors. Topics include: measurement, energy and matter, periodic trends, chemical composition, chemical reactions, solutions, bond theory, phases, oxidation-reduction, nuclear chemistry, problem-solving (applied mathematics), and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F104L  (34411)CHEM F104X LaboratoryMaegan Daniello Weltzin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F104X  (34412)Intro Organic Chem & BiochemMaegan Daniello Weltzin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is the second semester course in the sequence for health-science majors and comprises a survey of the fundamentals of chemistry as applied to biological systems. Topics include nomenclature of organic compounds, organic functional groups and reactions, biochemical processes and pathways, biological macromolecules, and metabolites. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F105L  (34413)Chemistry F105X LabArianna Demmerly2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F105X  (34414)General Chemistry IArianna Demmerly2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to general chemistry and explores topics to a much greater depth than preparatory courses. Topics include: measurement, energy and matter, periodic trends, chemical composition, chemical reactions, solutions, bond theory, gases, thermodynamics, problem-solving (applied mathematics), and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F106L  (34415)Chemistry F106X LabWilliam Howard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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CHEM F106X  (34416)General Chemistry IIWilliam Howard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The second semester in the general chemistry sequence. Topics include: kinetics, equilibrium chemistry (including acids and bases, solubility, and complex ion formation), nuclear chemistry, electrochemistry, thermodynamics, and special topics. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F325  (36632)Organic Chemistry IITom Green2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A systematic study of the more important functional groups of carbon compounds, including their mechanisms of reaction, methods of synthesis and physical and spectroscopic properties. Lab portion will include synthesis and characterization by spectroscopy. COURSE DETAILS
CHEM F360  (34417)Cell and Molecular BiologyKristin O'Brien2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to the structure and function of cells. Topics include: the structure and function of cellular components, including proteins, membranes and organelles; understanding how cells communicate; and how information is processed in the cell via DNA replication, transcription and translation. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F135  (34418)Microcomputer SpreadsheetsEvelyn Heusinkveld2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive 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. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F150  (34419)Computer Business ApplicationsKimberly Pihlaja2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed 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. COURSE DETAILS
CIOS F255  (34420)Digital GraphicsJennifer Moss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides a foundation in the techniques, methods and principles of digital graphics creation. Through the use of professional software applications, students gain skills and knowledge useful for graphic design and visual communication in today's world. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F204  (34421)Intro to Computer NetworksRichard McDonald2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This foundational course introduces several ways that computers interact and the tools used in analysis and troubleshooting. Examples include local and wide area networks, also known as LANs and WANs; the "internet of things"; and cloud computing. Networking careers may also be explored. CITS F203 may be taken concurrently. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F205  (34422)Intro to Coding and PrgrmmingStephanie Harvey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer programming focused on programming concepts with programming tools. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F212  (34423)Server Operating SystemsJosiah Borkovec2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Fundamentals 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 Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification exams related to server technologies. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F222  (34424)Website DesignValda McMahan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comprehensive survey of professional website design and authoring tools used to create Internet websites. Topics include website design and planning, HTML and CSS. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F241  (36630)Netwrkng/LAN Infrastrctre BscUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The first of three courses (with CITS F242 and CITS F243) providing coverage of networking topics designed to prepare students for the CCNA certification exam. Covers the OSI and Internet models, IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, and network security fundamentals, while providing hands-on practical experience and career skills. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F243  (36631)Intermedi Network & LAN InfrasUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Third of three courses providing coverage of networking topics designed to prepare students for the CCNA certification exam. Covers network routing concepts, including OSPF, ACL concepts, WAN, VPN and IPSEC, QoS, and network design, troubleshooting, virtualization and automation, while providing opportunities for hands-on, practical experience and career skills development. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F261  (35018)Cmptr and Network SecurityMelvin Denning2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The fundamental concepts of computer and network security. Course topics include: understanding threats to a computing infrastructure, understanding encryption technologies, securing network communications and applications, security policies and responding to incidents. Course covers objectives defined for CompTIA Security+ certification. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F262  (34425)Cybersecurity Defen/CountrmsrsMelvin Denning2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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, cryptographic services, network and host-based security. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F265  (34426)Directory Srvcs AdministrationJosiah Borkovec2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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 advanced directory services administration objectives required for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification exams related to server technologies. COURSE DETAILS
CITS F284  (34427)Independent ProjectRichard McDonald2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Student 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F101X  (34428)Media and CultureRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F101X  (35107)Media and CultureUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F105X  (34429)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (36656)Intro to Interpersonal CommRichard Hum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34430)Intro to Interpersonal CommRichard Hum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34431)Intro to Interpersonal CommCaitlin Schnaidt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (34432)Intro to Interpersonal CommVictoria McDermott2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (35885)Intro to Interpersonal CommCaitlin Schnaidt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F121X  (35886)Intro to Interpersonal CommRamzi Abou Ghalioum2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F131X  (34433)Fund Oral Comm-Group ContextGina Schlobohm2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presentational 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F131X  (34434)Fund Oral Comm-Group ContextRebecca Lawhorne2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presentational 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (34435)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextRebecca Lawhorne2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (34436)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextKyle Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (35888)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextNike Bahr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F141X  (35889)Fund Oral Comm-Public ContextNike Bahr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Speaking 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F204  (35108)Basic Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F204  (36167)Basic Digital PhotographyMelissa Stiefel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F217X  (34438)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F290  (35890)Digital Video Editing: AdobeKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of non-linear digital video editing. Students will go from little or no experience in non-linear editing to being comfortable with some of the advanced editing techniques. Address motion picture editing theories that are not bound to time or specific editing technology. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F300X  (35109)Communicating EthicsKaren Taylor2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F330  (34440)Intercultural CommunicationPeter DeCaro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F380  (35891)Women, Minorities & the MediaAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic socialization differences that exist in the communication practices of women and men in every culture are addressed in the interpersonal organizational and cultural contexts. Examination of how women and minorities are portrayed in the mass media, the employment of women and minorities in the media, as well as how accurately the media reflects our society demographically. Presented from a feminist, multiculturalist perspective using a broad feminist analysis encompassing issues of gender as well as class, race, age and sexual orientation. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F413  (35110)Mass Media Law and RegulationUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Common 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F432  (35111)Professional Public SpeakingVictoria McDermott2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Professional clear effective speaking. Uses evaluation criteria and assignments to build speaking competencies. Professional preparation for students whose career path includes public speaking. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F441  (35892)PersuasionKaren Taylor2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examination of communication situations which involve attempts to modify the beliefs, attitudes, values, intentions or behaviors of another individual or group of individuals. Explores the process, methods and ethics of attempts to affect change via persuasive communication. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F457  (35893)Indigenous Dispute ResolutionPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Indigenous Dispute Resolution (IDR) is a new movement within Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that explores traditional dispute resolution practices within Indigenous communities and their applications in the modern context. The course examines IDR in the international, national, and regional (Alaskan) context. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F462  (35894)Comm in Health ContextsAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Health 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F465  (35895)Mediation, Confrcng & Cir PracPolly Hyslop2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course engages students in both theory and practice in mediation, conferencing and circle practices. The course emphasizes training and professional practice in a series of theory-to-practice applications. Students work through a series of cases in which they are encouraged to solve ethical dilemmas and conduct issues. In this course, students gain mediation practice skills and integral approaches to mediation. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F476  (36399)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F480  (34754)Documentary FilmmakingRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of hands-on documentary filmmaking techniques, including preproduction, production and postproduction. Different documentary filmmaking directing styles and the process of distributing a documentary. Each student will produce a short documentary as the capstone of the course. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F482  (34755)Capstone Seminar in CommKevin Sager2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Original research to demonstrate ability to read and understand social research, synthesize information, formalize a research question and use research skills. This senior capstone course requires a research project presented in a public speaking forum. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F602  (35113)Comm Res Methodologies(HumSci)Amy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F676  (36652)Advanced Digital PhotographyCharles Mason2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This class provides students with the concept of producing a professional digital portfolio of their Commercial and/or Art Photography and/or Photojournalism. Students submit new images each week for editing and critique. Over the semester three smaller bodies of work will become a 20-24 image professional portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
COJO F680  (34759)Comm & Diversity Profsnl WorldPeter DeCaro2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Case study methods applied to the ever-expanding problems of communication in a changing workplace. The diversity of gender, race, ethnicity, nationality, physical ability, sexual orientation and age are reshaping the professional world at every level and communication professionals are increasingly called upon to formulate ways of accommodating this change. The course will prepare students to address diversity and planned changes in the workplace. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F601  (36402)Resrch in Coun and Ed SettingsJames Morton Jr2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides an in-depth understanding of research occurring in educational and behavioral healthcare settings. Provides basic knowledge in utilizing a needs assessment and program evaluation to guide program planning and evaluate effectiveness. Addresses basic qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods and indigenous research designs. Addresses knowledge and skills for becoming critical consumers of research in education and behavioral healthcare settings. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F615  (35114)Foundations of CounselingSusan Renes2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the philosophies, organization, patterns and techniques that aid counselors in preparing clients for responsible decision-making in modern society. Contact counseling department for semesters offered. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F627  (36406)Developmental InterventionsAmie Manis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Designed to give students an opportunity for limited practice in applying developmental theory to work with children and youth. Attention is placed on assisting children and youth to accomplish developmental tasks appropriate to their psychological growth. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F632  (34444)Career DevelopmentAmie Manis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F638  (34445)Adult DevelopmentSusan Renes2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An overview of physical, cognitive, personality and social development across the adult life span, from high school graduation through death. Major theories and research findings in the field of adult development are explored with an emphasis on examining how individuals progress through a series of predictable stages during their lifetime. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F647  (34446)Professional EthicsChristine Cook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
COUN F647  (35115)Professional EthicsChristine Cook2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
CS F101  (34447)Computers and SocietyValda McMahan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer 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. COURSE DETAILS
CS F103  (34448)Intro to Computer ProgrammingTravis Payton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Computer programming for students without the background for CS F201. Concepts of object-oriented programming and algorithm design using the Python programming language. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34449)Math Study SkillsDana Greci2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34450)Math Study SkillsUA Staff2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DEVS F111  (34451)Math Study SkillsKathleen Quick2021-01-18 to 2021-03-04
Will improve reading and study skills in math and will support students in their math class. Will provide supplemental instruction time focusing on the introduction and/or development of reading and study skills that will aid in solving math problems and understanding and retaining the math information delivered in the class. This course will be linked to a math course. COURSE DETAILS
DVM F615  (36407)One Health ConceptsArleigh Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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DVM F621  (35978)One Health ColloquiumArleigh Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Building on the concepts developed in DVM F615 and the tools utilized in DVM F620, this course provides students with the opportunity to work completely through a One Health challenge, including engagement of stakeholders, gathering of data, proposal of solutions, and presentation of management plans in a public forum. COURSE DETAILS
DVM F639  (36730)Veterinary VirologyKarsten Hueffer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore current concepts in the field of veterinary virology, with an emphasis on the viral structure, viral genetic material and viral replication strategies of various animal viruses. In addition, mechanisms of viral pathogenesis, prevention and treatment of viral infection will be presented. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F101  (34452)Intro Early Childhood ProfessnPatricia Meritt2021-01-19 to 2021-05-01
Includes 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (34454)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Rich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F104X  (34456)Dvlpmnt I: Prntl, Infnts, TddlPatricia Meritt2021-01-25 to 2021-05-01
Foundation 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F107X  (35794)Dvlpmnt II: Prschl and PrmryJennifer Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation for the study of children ages 3 to adolescence, including developmental domains, theories, milestones and cultural influences, including Indigenous traditional practices. Emphasis 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F110  (34457)Safe Healthy Learning EnvrnmntRobin Temple2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Establishing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F119  (35117)Curriculum I: Princ & PracticeKathleen Heiss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Methods 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F140  (34458)Pos Social & Emotional DevMarcy Belisle McGraw2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Explores 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F210X  (35796)Child GuidancePatricia Meritt2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Guidance and discipline approaches for young children, based on an understanding of child development and of developmentally appropriate education practices. Such an understanding assists teachers and parents in addressing the cause of a behavior problem rather than the symptoms. COURSE DETAILS
ECE F229  (34461)Found in Nutr & Phys WellnessPatricia Meritt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Appropriate 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F111X  (33155)The Economy of Rural AlaskaNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examine the significance of Alaska Native economies and their role in the modern Alaska economy. To include the challenges facing rural communities, and the role of social and cultural capital. Economic indicators which incorporate Alaska Native health, education, food, energy and resource security, and economic opportunity are evaluated also. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F201X  (34465)Prin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F201X  (35805)Prin of Econ I:MicroeconomicsDouglas Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Price and market theory, income distribution, public policy, labor markets, market structure, and externalities. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F202X  (34466)Prin of Econ II:MacroeconomicsNoelle Iles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis and theory of national income, money and banking, stabilization policy, and international trade and finance. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F321  (34467)Intermediate MicroeconomicsMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis of demand and supply under various market forms, cost and theory of production, factor pricing and theory of distribution and survey of welfare economics. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F350  (34468)Money and BankingChristopher Wright2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
ECON F393  (36024)Sports EconomicsJoshua Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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ED F245  (34791)Child DevelopmentMary Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of the physical, cultural, emotional, cognitive and social aspects of a child's development from prenatal period through early adolescence. Focus on developmental theories including Erickson, Gardner, Gilligan, Kagen, Sternberg, Vygotsky and other contemporary theories of child and adolescent development. COURSE DETAILS
ED F486  (36408)Media LiteracyDiane Kardash2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Promotes 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F653  (34470)Instructional DesignSean Holland2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Instructional 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F677  (34471)Digital StorytellingKendell Newman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
ED F687  (35123)Alaska:Rsorcs/People/PerspectvCharles Topkok2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduces a broad range of essential Alaska information for educators including information on history, geography, literature, economics and politics. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (33203)Science Methods & Curriclm DevRobin Child2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (33204)Science Methods & Curriclm DevStephanie Dawley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
ED F688  (36002)Science Methods & Curriclm DevJoseph Kenney2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study and application in the classroom of the best practices from research-based strategies for the teaching and learning of science concepts, content and methods for students in elementary classrooms with diverse populations. Requires development and classroom implementation of science unit. Classroom internship required. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F412  (35910)Crrclm, Mang & Strtgs I: LowTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F422  (34474)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F448  (34475)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F477  (35911)Engl/Lang Arts Assess, CurrStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F612  (34476)Crrclm, Mang & Strtgs I: LowTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F622  (34477)Curr/Mang/Strat II: High IncidStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F633  (35125)Autism: Cmmnctn & Scl IntrvntnTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Current 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F648  (34479)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F677  (34480)Engl/Lang Arts Assess, CurrStephanie Nafpliotis2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F678  (34481)Spec Educ Clin Prac: InitialTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
For initial licensure candidates only. Part-time fieldwork experience (minimum 120 hours) with individuals who have disabilities in approved K-12 public schools and affiliated facilities. Fieldwork assignments are in inclusive pullout and self-contained settings. Includes immersion in special education planning and teaching under the direction of a supervising teacher and university supervisor. Includes regularly scheduled seminars. Must be completed before enrollment in EDSE F680. COURSE DETAILS
EDSE F680  (34482)Special Educ Clinical PracticeTara Maltby2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: For 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (34483)World LiteratureGayle Hammons2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F200X  (34484)World LiteratureDaryl Farmer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F217X  (34485)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34486)Intro to Creative WritingDiana Saverin2021-01-11 to 2021-03-08
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34487)Intro to Creative WritingSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F270X  (34488)Intro to Creative WritingJaclyn Bergamino2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F309  (33256)Survey of Brit LitCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of writers and works from the early Romantic period (Blake and Burns), through the Victorian period, James Joyce, and stream-of-consciousness, to the present. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F314  (34489)Technical WritingCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Writing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F314  (36177)Technical WritingCarolyn Stice2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Writing 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. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F375  (33260)Intmed Creative Writng:FictionJoseph Holt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Forms and techniques of fiction. Students' work will be read and discussed in class and in conference with the instructor. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F400  (33261)Capstone PortfolioJennifer Schell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course consists of mandatory attendance at a portfolio-creation workshop and submission of a capstone portfolio. The workshop is designed to support the student's development of the portfolio and shall be taken during the semester in which the student intends to graduate. The portfolio will consist of materials from the student's coursework within the English Major; see the English Department website for more information and deadlines. Mandatory attendance at a portfolio-creation workshop and satisfactory completion and submission of a capstone portfolio. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F427  (33263)The Horror FilmSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive study of variable topics in film studies. May focus on themes such as race or war in film; a specific period such as films of the 1940s: particular genres such as horror, film noir, or the musical, an important director, or an aspect of contemporary film theory. Intensive readings and research in contemporary film theory and criticism will foster in-depth understanding of chosen topic. Course may be repeated two times for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
ENGL F470  (33265)Topics in Creative WritingSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Practice and guidance in writing fiction, poetry, drama or essays. Students' work read and discussed in class and in conference with the instructor. Close study of the techniques of established writers. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F103  (34493)The Harvest of the SeaTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore the scientific and popular literature related to the exploitation of global marine fisheries resources. Specific topics of the course will be based on three core themes: (1) early exploitation of marine resources, leading to the need for fisheries management; (2) overexploitation of fish and marine mammal stocks driven largely by technological advancements culminating from the Industrial Revolution; and (3) the current status and future sustainability of marine fisheries resources. This course is largely discussion based; as a result, weekly attendance and preparation is a critical component of the course. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F427  (35934)IchthyologyJuan Lopez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Major groups of fishes, emphasizing fishes of northwestern North America. Classification structure, evolution, general biology and importance to man. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F487  (35935)Fisheries ManagementTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of fisheries management, with an emphasis on strategies utilized for the management of freshwater and marine fisheries. Application of quantitative methodologies for the assessment and manipulation of aquatic habitats, sport and commercial fish populations, and stock assessment are considered, as is the setting of appropriate goals and objectives for effective, science-based management. COURSE DETAILS
FISH F687  (35936)Fisheries ManagementTrent Sutton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and practice of fisheries management, with an emphasis on strategies utilized for the management of freshwater and marine fisheries. Application of quantitative methodologies for the assessment and manipulation of aquatic habitats, sport and commercial fish populations, and stock assessment are considered, as is the setting of appropriate goals and objectives for effective, science-based management. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F105X  (34498)History of the CinemaRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
History and development of the medium of film in the U.S. and abroad during the last 100 years. Content will vary each semester. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F191  (33322)Audition/Prtfolio Revw PrtcptnKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Theatre concentration majors are required to participate in auditions and/or portfolio reviews every semester. FLPA Theatre concentration majors are also expected to attend all Theatre UAF productions (tickets are provided free) and to attend all Theatre & Film Department "town" meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F215X  (34499)Dramatic Literature & HistoryRebecca George2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Reading, analyzing, and categorizing plays as maps for theatrical production. Students will be exposed to a broad range of plays from major periods in theatre history including the classical and contemporary Western canon. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F217X  (34500)Intro to the Study of FilmTyson Paris-Hansen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An appreciation course designed to introduce the student to the various forms of cinematic art with special emphasis on humanistic and artistic aspects. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F260  (35939)Digital Video Editing: AdobeKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the technical and aesthetic aspects of non-linear digital video editing. Students will go from little or no experience in non-linear editing to being comfortable with some of the advanced editing techniques. Address motion picture editing theories that are not bound to time or specific editing technology. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F289  (33325)Reel Workshop/Review IElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F291  (33326)Audtn/Portfolio Rvw Prtcptn 2Kade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
FLPA Theatre concentration majors are required to participate in auditions and/or portfolio reviews every semester. FLPA Theatre concentration majors are also expected to attend all Theatre UAF productions (tickets are provided free) and to attend all Theatre & Film Department "town" meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F298  (33327)Undergraduate ResearchElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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FLPA F347  (36052)Lighting DesignKade Mendelowitz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles and techniques of theatrical lighting design. The student will conduct practical experiments and design projects applying the experience gained. Student will spend approximately $40 for materials for this class. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F371  (34502)Digital ImagingMiho Aoki2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course focuses on creating and manipulating digital images, including digital painting and photography. The varied ethical issues engendered by this expertise will be addressed in depth. Skills and knowledge useful for digital photography, digital video compositing and digital painting will be covered. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F389  (33330)Reel Workshop/Review IIElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Second level of Reel Review. FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F403  (33333)Practicum in Film: FRAMEElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The Film Reel Alaska Mentorship Experience (FRAME) manages a film service company for the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Students will work with program mentors, clients and researchers to develop a variety of content for academic, industrial and creative research activities. Students will be directly engaged in professional project development, production and distribution. May be repeated for credit. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F427  (33334)Topics in Film StudiesSara Johnson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive study of variable topics in film studies. May focus on themes such as race or war in film; a specific period such as films of the 1940s: particular genres such as horror, film noir, or the musical, an important director, or an aspect of contemporary film theory. Intensive readings and research in contemporary film theory and criticism will foster in-depth understanding of chosen topic. Course may be repeated two times for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F460  (36643)Cross-cultural FilmmakingElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The use of film as a documentary tool for describing and understanding scientific and cultural phenomenon has led to the education of generations. Understanding the implications of our film work with a theoretical base for cultural understanding, scientific need and educational potentials will strengthen the film's integrity and production methods in creating video documents useful as a scientific/cultural record. Pre- production will include research of archival visual media, oral histories and print materials; analysis of educational and scientific funding and distribution options and preliminary interviews, location scouting and film treatment. Production will include time on location with small film crews, media logging and record keeping. Post- production will include basic editing of sequences for distribution. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F480  (34836)Documentary FilmmakingRobert Prince2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of hands-on documentary filmmaking techniques, including preproduction, production and postproduction. Different documentary filmmaking directing styles and the process of distributing a documentary. Each student will produce a short documentary as the capstone of the course. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F489  (33336)Reel Workshop/Review IIIElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Third level of Reel Review. FLPA Film concentration majors are required to participate in Reel Workshop/Review every year. Annual participation as a registered student begins sophomore year, and continues sequentially for each year of attendance. Students will participate in a workshop on creating a film reel, have time to develop that reel, then present their industry reel and resume to faculty for professional development. FLPA Film concentration majors are also expected to attend all department "Town Hall" and safety meetings. COURSE DETAILS
FLPA F498  (33337)Undergraduate ResearchElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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FLPA F499  (33338)Thesis ProjectElinor Salganek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Final step in film or stage training which involves creating a final film or stage creative project as a filmmaker, actor, director, designer, playwright or screenwriter. Projects can include producing a film project with the support of a faculty advisor, performing a leading role on a theatre/film UAF main-stage film or stage production or directing/designing/writing a project for the theatre/film UAF season. COURSE DETAILS
FREN F102X  (34503)Elementary French IIJohn Ancheta2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F101X  (34504)Expdtn Earth:Intro to GeogrphyRoger Pearson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
GEOG F302  (34505)Geography of AlaskaRoger Pearson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines the environmental, political, cultural, and economic characteristics of Alaska and its sub-regions. Explores historical and contemporary political and economic relationships to Russia, the U.S., Asia, Circumpolar nations, and Alaska Native peoples. Also explores Alaska's contemporary resource development issues and environmental challenges, with an emphasis on impacts of climate change. COURSE DETAILS
GEOS F657  (35131)Microwave Remote SensingFranz Meyer2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
GER F102X  (34507)Elementary German IIHelga Wagenleiter2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F100X  (34508)Modern World HistoryJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Significant 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F100X  (35943)Modern World HistoryWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Significant 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. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F102X  (35945)Western Cvlization Since 1500Susan Larrabee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course examines the origins and development of key social, political, economic and cultural trends in Western civilization from 1500 to the present. Topics to be examined include the Reformation, the scientific revolution, the Enlightenment, the French and Industrial revolutions, nationalism, imperialism, communism, fascism, World Wars I and II, and the Cold War. Students will learn how to read and interpret historical documents, how the interplay of historical factors conditions subsequent events and different approaches and perspectives for understanding the past. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F122X  (34509)East Asian CivilizationWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This is a survey course on the history of East Asian civilizations from 1800 to the present. Multiple approaches to history such as political and economic history will be employed, but the main focus of the course will be intellectual history. Students will be asked to identify broad historical and ideological trends in modern East Asian history based on the analysis of primary source data from the writings of governmental officials, leaders of political movements, and influential intellectuals in society. Current relations among East Asia countries will also be examined. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F132X  (34510)History of the U.S.John Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Surveys 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 arguments. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F315  (36416)Europe: 1900--1945Tyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Europe through two world wars, the Russian Revolutions the depression, the development of fascism, the evolution of Russian communism. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F331  (35949)Modern JapanWalter Skya2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
From 1600 to the present: change within tradition, rise to world power and the position of Japan in the modern world. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F364  (35951)History of US 1945 to PresentJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An advanced survey course that examines economic, political and social developments related to the Cold War, Civil Rights movement, rise of a counter-culture, Vietnam war and its legacy, and America after the fall of Soviet Union. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F434  (35953)North American Energy HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An in-depth seminar on various topics in History. Approach will vary depending on the subject of the study, but will emphasize reading, critical analysis and writing on a major issue in history. Content will vary to take advantage of different directions in history, such as cultural, intellectual or economic history. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F464  (35955)Soviet and Post-Soviet RussiaTyler Kirk2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Russia from the 1917 Revolution to the present. This course examines the attempts to build a socialist utopia in the former Russian empire and its impact on the peoples of that region and the modern world. We will consider the political, economic, social and cultural nature of the Soviet state. Major themes include cultural transformation, industrialization, Stalinism, the Soviet Union as a multi-national empire, the Cold War, the collapse of the Soviet state, and the new Russia of Yeltsin and Putin. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F476  (34512)Senior Thesis CapstoneJohn Heaton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Preparation and writing of a senior thesis using primary research materials on a topic of the student's choosing. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F483  (34513)20th Cent Circumpolar HistoryPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A comparative history of the circumpolar North, including Alaska, Siberia, Scandinavia, Greenland and Canada. Focus on social, economic, political and environmental issues of the 20th century, such as exploration, aboriginal land claims, subsistence, military strategy, transportation, oil development, Arctic haze and scientific research in the Arctic. COURSE DETAILS
HIST F490  (35958)Research/Writing Northern HistPhilip Wight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the craft and methodology of historical research in the North. Course may be repeated for credit when content varies. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34514)Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34515)Medical TerminologyShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F100  (34122)Medical TerminologyJacqueline Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F106  (34516)Human Behavior in Health CareShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Discussion 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F110  (34517)Professional Skills/WorkplaceKarina Gonzales-Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Presents skills to ensure success for the professional administrative assistant, receptionist, medical worker and others. Includes interview skills, business manners, customer service and dressing for success. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F116  (34518)Mathematics in Health CareKarina Gonzales-Smith2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Practical application of mathematics in health care, including arithmetic review, percentages, interest, ratio, proportion, dimensional analysis, metric system, medication calculation, graphs, charts and measurement instruments. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F118  (34519)Medical Law and EthicsBetty Aldrich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
In-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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F126  (34151)Adm Proc. for HC WorkerDiana Hawkins2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the responsibilities and duties required of medical office assistants and scribes in a variety of healthcare settings. Focus is on reception, scheduling of appointments, insurance, billing and coding, ethical and legal responsibilities, electronic health records, public relations, professionalism and working with the healthcare team. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F130  (34520)Medical Office TechnologyChristian Beks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduces 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34521)Science of NutritionShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34522)Science of NutritionShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F203  (34154)Science of NutritionKarolina Priebe2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F234  (34523)Administrative Procedures IIAmelia Topkok2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Office 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F235  (34524)Medical CodingShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HLTH F237  (34525)Inpatient Healthcare ReimbursShawn Russell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Rules 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F110  (35806)Personal PreparednessSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Students will gain the ability to recognize pending crises and the skills to successfully manage events, using preparedness theory. Students will be able to utilize practical applications should a disaster occur. They will then take all of the preparedness skills they have learned and develop a Personal Preparedness Plan. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F121  (34527)Intro to Homeland SecurityJames Wall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F223  (35136)Terrorism: A Global ThreatDavid Neel2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F271  (34529)Fiscal Mngmnt for EM OperationDavid Tise2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F301  (34530)Princ Emerg Mgmt & Home SecSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F402  (34531)Incdnt Cmnd for Emgcy Mdcl SrvDouglas Schrage2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Students 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F406  (34532)Comparative Homeland SecurityTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F407  (34533)Comparative Emergency MgmtLinda Kiltz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F412  (34534)Emerg Planning & PreparednessScott Kuykendall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F412  (35807)Emerg Planning & PreparednessChristopher Elg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F416  (34535)Cybersecurity ManagementAlec Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Develop an understanding of the concepts, trends and strategies associated with cybersecurity and managing risk. This course will enable managers to understand risks associated with information technology, develop compensating controls or mitigations and implement them. Planning process, mitigation strategies, detection and recovery associated with cybersecurity and risk management are covered. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F417  (35137)Cybersecurity ResiliencyThomas Langdon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F418  (34536)Cybercrime, Fraud and LawSean McGee2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course provides an introduction to cybercrime, including the history of cybercrime in the U.S. and the resulting law and regulatory environment in which it has resulted. 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, terrorism and state sponsored activity, will be discussed. Students will become familiar with legal processes of which they may find themselves a part of, including litigation, depositions and expert reporting. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F423  (34537)Disaster Response Ops & MgmtYgnacio Flores2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F434  (34538)All-hazards Risk AnalysisCatherine Chatfield2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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). COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F439  (34539)Supervising Emergency ServicesDouglas Schrage2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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 include 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F445  (34540)Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtDoniella Mckoy2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F445  (34541)Bus Continuity & Crisis MgmtSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F452  (34542)Internship in Emergency MngmntKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F456  (34543)Leadrshp in Dangerous ContxtsCameron Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F461  (34544)Human Security in AlaskaSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course explores the concept of human security, and takes an individual-centered approach to security, unlike the traditional state-centric approach. Topics covered include economic security, food security, health security, personal security, community security, environmental security and political security. Students will examine Alaska Native life through the human security framework. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F467  (34545)Currnt Topics in Public SafetyUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F603  (34546)Disaster Management PolicyTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F605  (34547)Community Planning in EMDavid Kang2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F607  (34548)Vulnerability and ProtectionSamuel Alexander2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F622  (34549)Arctic Strategies & OperationsTroy Bouffard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of northern national policies of the Arctic states as well as select non-Arctic states. Understanding Arctic national interests and strategies help inform defense authorities of critical Arctic issues required for diplomacy and security planning, regional dynamics, and complex international influences. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F632  (34550)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F632  (35809)Project ManagementToni Abbey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F641  (35815)Info Assurance & Risk Assess.Matthew Schroeder2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Overview of enterprise security, privacy and information security assessment and management, and cyber security. Concentration on tangible and intangible costs of risks and examination of information assurance and security risk assessment concepts. Students will understand how to assess information security risks and use that information to develop potential solutions. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F643  (34551)Addressing CybersecurityAlec Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The course explores the nature of the critical infrastructure, the possible threats that exist or might exist and how they can be countered. Through case studies, we will examine the varied serious potential threats out there to the numerous critical infrastructures we have identified. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F645  (34552)Crisis ManagementLinda Kiltz2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An in-depth review of crisis management to include the different crises an organization may face. The importance of an ethical and strategic response, developing a solid crisis management plan, strong crisis communication, and developing a crisis management team will be discussed. COURSE DETAILS
HSEM F690  (34553)Security and Disaster MangmntCameron Carlson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
INU F111X  (36183)Elementary Inupiaq Eskimo IChelsey Zibell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to Inupiaq, the language of Unalakleet, Seward Peninsula, Kotzebue Sound and the North Slope. Open to both speakers and nonspeakers. For speakers the course provides literacy and grammatical analysis. For others it provides a framework for learning to speak, read and write the language. Consideration given to dialect differences. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (34554)Introduction to JusticeFrank Boldt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (35980)Introduction to JusticeGary Copus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F110X  (35981)Introduction to JusticeMelvin Colley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of the structure and process of the agencies of criminal justice. Includes introduction to criminology, criminal law, police, courts and corrections. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F125X  (34555)Intro to Addictive ProcessesMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Focus 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F251X  (34556)CriminologyFrank Boldt2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The study of the major areas of deviant behavior and its relationship to society, law and law enforcement, including the theories of crime causation. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (34557)Ethics and JusticeGary Copus2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (35982)Ethics and JusticeMelvin Colley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F300X  (35983)Ethics and JusticeJessie Carson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F310  (34558)Principles of CorrectionsMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to adult institutions, community- based programs, and theories of incarceration. Correctional programs are examined. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F340  (34559)Rural Justice in AlaskaJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Application 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F352  (34560)Criminal LawJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of elements, purposes and functions of the substantive criminal law with emphasis upon historical and philosophical concepts. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F358  (34561)Juvenile DelinquencyMichael Daku2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theories 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F453  (34562)Comparative CriminologyJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F490  (35986)Capstone: Semr Crtcl Iss CrmlJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This seminar is one of three ways to satisfy the major capstone experience. The seminar will last for one week and the student will be required to attend sessions 8 hours a day. Topics of current interest. Candidates in standing for BA degree in Justice will make presentations. Attendance is required on the UAF campus. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F492  (35140)Seminar:Restorative JusticeJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-04-30
Various topics of current interest and importance to the justice major will be presented. Topics will be announced prior to each offering. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F615  (34563)Just Prog Plan/Eval/Grant WrtJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Program planning and evaluation. Includes grant proposal writing with emphasis on federal sources of grant funding. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F620  (34564)Personnel Mgmt in Crim JustJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Foundation for effective management of personnel in criminal justice by supervisors. Includes recruiting, selection, training, on-site supervision, termination and replacement of subordinates. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F625  (34565)Legal Aspects Crim Just MgmtJeffrey May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
JUST F698  (34566)Non-thesis Research/ProjectJon Duke2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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LAT F102X  (34568)Beginning Latin IIEileen Harney2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation 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. COURSE DETAILS
LING F302  (33434)Intro to 2nd Lang AcquisitionSabine Siekmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of traditional and contemporary theories of second language acquisition and implications for language teaching and learning. COURSE DETAILS
LING F699  (34569)ThesisSabine Siekmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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LS F101X  (34570)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34571)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34572)Library Information & ResearchIlana Kingsley2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34573)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-01-11 to 2021-02-19
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34574)Library Information & ResearchElizabeth Humrickhouse2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (34575)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
LS F101X  (35142)Library Information & ResearchCheri Boisvert Janz2021-03-15 to 2021-04-23
Introduction 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. Also available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
MA F100  (34172)Medical TerminologyJacqueline Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F054  (34576)PrealgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F055  (34577)Elementary AlgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include evaluation and simplifying algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, integer exponents, rational expressions, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines, solving systems of linear equations, solving quadratic equations by factoring, and some rational equations. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F105  (34578)Intermediate AlgebraPaul Atkins2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, absolute value, radical, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of absolute value, radical, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; functions and their inverses; and introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. To matriculate to MATH F151X from MATH F105, students must earn a grade of B or higher. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F105  (34579)Intermediate AlgebraJudith Atkinson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Topics include expressions, equations and applications involving linear, absolute value, radical, quadratic, rational and radical functions; graphs of absolute value, radical, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic functions; functions and their inverses; and introduction to exponential and logarithmic functions. To matriculate to MATH F151X from MATH F105, students must earn a grade of B or higher. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F113X  (34581)Numbers and SocietyOdile Bastille2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Numbers 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F114X  (34582)Patterns and SocietyLorinda Fattic2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Patterns 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F151X  (34584)College Algebra for CalculusJeffrey Park2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study of algebraic, logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations; applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F152X  (34585)TrigonometryJohn Egenolf2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A study of trigonometric functions including graphing, identities, inverse trigonometric functions, solving equations and polar coordinates; applications. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F156X  (34586)PrecalculusLatrice Bowman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Various 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251L  (34587)Calculus I RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Recitation section for Calculus I. Activities may include worksheets, quizzes and problem sessions associated with corresponding lecture material from MATH F251X. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F251X  (34588)Calculus ICaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F252L  (34589)MATH F252X RecitationCaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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MATH F252X  (34590)Calculus IICaleb Jurkowski2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Further topics in single-variable calculus, including techniques of integration; applications of integration; convergence of sequences and series; parameterized curves; and polar coordinates. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F253X  (34591)Calculus IIIOdile Bastille2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Multivariable 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. COURSE DETAILS
MATH F302  (34592)Differential EquationsAlexei Rybkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Nature 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F607  (34593)Human Resources ManagementKristina Racina2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
The 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F617  (34594)Organizational Theory/ManagersRichard Wolk2021-01-11 to 2021-03-31
Overview of the history, concepts, literature and applications in organizational theory. Emphasis on applications and cases applying organizational theory concepts to management. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F632  (34595)Project ManagementVicki Wrona2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F632  (35816)Project ManagementToni Abbey2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F643  (34596)Marketing ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F674  (34597)New Venture DevelopmentPing Lan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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 feasibility study, intellectual property protection, strategic management, marketing strategies, new venture financing and human capital management. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F675  (34598)Quantitat Methods for ManagersBetty Ross2021-01-11 to 2021-03-07
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F680  (34599)Financial Markets and StrategyHaiwei Chen2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Description 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F690  (34600)Corporate StrategyKimberly McGinnis2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: An 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. COURSE DETAILS
MBA F691  (35144)Advanced Topics in BusinessMoses Dardik2021-03-15 to 2021-05-01
Developing managers' ability to excel in specialized areas of business such as entrepreneurship and risk management. COURSE DETAILS
ME F313  (36456)Mechanical Engr ThermodynamicsRorik Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Investigation and design of power and refrigeration cycles (Rankine, Brayton, Otto, and Diesel), compressible flow (isentropic, shock waves, and flow in ducts with friction), and combustion and gas vapor mixtures. COURSE DETAILS
ME F409  (33494)ControlsCheng-fu Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis and design of control systems. Block diagrams, transfer functions and frequency analysis. Closed loop systems and system stability. Industrial controllers and system compensation. COURSE DETAILS
ME F431  (36013)Int. Mechanics of MaterialsCheng-fu Chen2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Applications of Hooke's law and energy method to thin-walled beams and shafts, and analysis of stress and strain under combined loading. Introduction to fatigue and fracture of elastic materials. Applications to engineering problems. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F111L  (34601)MSL F111X LaboratoryJennifer Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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MSL F111X  (34602)The OceansJennifer Reynolds2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F461  (33544)Chemical OceanographyAna Aguilar-Islas2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An integrated study of the chemical, biological, geological and physical processes that determine the distribution of chemical variables in the sea. Topics include biogeochemical cycles and the use of tracers to follow these complex chemical cycles. The chemistry of carbon is considered in detail. Interactions with the atmosphere and lithosphere (including implications of the mid-ocean ridge vent system to ocean chemistry) are examined. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F601  (34905)Professional DevelopmentBrenda Konar2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Improve ability to make oral and poster presentations and to write resumes and cover letters. Includes lectures, discussions, and four individual projects. Students are encouraged to use their thesis/dissertation material for the posters and oral presentations. Feedback on all projects will be given by both instructor and students. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F610  (33549)Marine BiologyKatrin Iken2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Biology of the major plant and animal groups in the sea and their roles in pelagic and benthic systems. Physical, chemical and geological features affecting marine organisms and the role of bacteria in the sea. The basic biology and adaptations of selected species of zooplankton and nekton. The benthos-shore biota, shelf and deep-sea organisms: basic biology, trophic roles and adaptations of selected species. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F650  (36412)Biological OceanographyRussell Hopcroft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey of biological processes emphasizing organic matter synthesis and transfer including topics essential to a basic understanding of contemporary biological oceanography. Primary and secondary production, standing stocks, distribution, and structure and dynamics of phytoplankton and zooplankton populations. The transfer of organic matter to higher trophic levels and food webs. Nutrient cycling, especially but not exclusively nitrogen, phosphorus and silicon, microbiological processes relevant to nutrient cycling. Heterotrophic production, benthic communities, coastal ecosystems, the influence of organisms on the composition of seawater, particularly with reference to oxygen and carbon dioxide regimes. Aspects of regional oceanography. COURSE DETAILS
MSL F660  (33552)Chemical OceanographyAna Aguilar-Islas2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An integrated study of the chemical, biological, geological and physical processes that determine the distribution of chemical variables in the sea. Topics include biogeochemical cycles and the use of tracers to follow these complex chemical cycles. The chemistry of carbon is considered in detail. Interactions with the atmosphere and lithosphere (including implications of the mid-ocean ridge vent system to ocean chemistry) are examined. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F103X  (34604)Music FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F103X  (34605)Music FundamentalsKathryn Eagles2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introductory study of the language of music. Includes basic notation, melodic and rhythmic writing, scales, bass and treble clefs, and basic harmony. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F125X  (34908)Enjoying JazzLorna Eder2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to jazz music, including its history, performance and various styles. This is a listening intensive course that offers a deeper appreciation and greater awareness of the many artists, collaborations and trends contributing to the development of this musical art. COURSE DETAILS
MUS F200X  (34606)Explorations in MusicLisa Kljaich2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Understanding 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. COURSE DETAILS
NRM F277  (34607)Intro to Conservation BiologyGino Graziano2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the basic ecological, genetic, management, legal and historical developments in conservation biology and focused efforts to manage biological diversity resources, with a status review of important habitats and endangered species. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F102X  (34608)Introduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey 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. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F102X  (36459)Introduction to PhilosophyEduardo Wilner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Survey 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. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F104X  (36457)Logic and ReasoningSeth Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of deductive and inductive logic and application of the principles to critical thinking in logic and its application. COURSE DETAILS
PHIL F104X  (36458)Logic and ReasoningSeth Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Principles of deductive and inductive logic and application of the principles to critical thinking in logic and its application. COURSE DETAILS
PHYS F102X  (34610)Energy and SocietyTomas Marsik2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploring 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F102  (34611)Intro to Paralegal StudiesDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Sources 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 online legal research databases. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F105  (34612)Ethics for ParalegalsDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examination of 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F201  (34201)Practical Paralegal SkillsMaureen DeLauriea2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The practical skills required of a paralegal in the job market, including drafting legal documents, pleadings and office correspondence, fact gathering through interviewing and investigating, use of the Internet for legal research, pretrial procedures, focusing primarily on civil rules 30, 33, 34, 35 and 36, and assisting at trial. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F203  (34613)TortsDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F213  (35150)Criminal Law for ParalegalsBrent Bennett2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Study 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. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F250  (34615)Probate LawTessa Tate2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basics of probate law and the uniform probate code. Includes the preparation and interpretation of wills, administration of decedent's estates, intestate succession laws, guardianships and other related probate matters. Focus on Alaska statutes and probate rules. COURSE DETAILS
PLS F285  (34202)Advanced Legal WritingDeana Waters2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Expand on writing skills previously learned by drafting documents regularly assigned to practicing paralegals, such as pleadings to be filed in court, motion practice, office correspondence, and interoffice legal memorandums. Focus on issue identification, legal analysis and critical thinking skills. COURSE DETAILS
PS F201X  (36016)Comparative PoliticsJeremy Speight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to the systematic study of government and politics in countries other than the U.S. Students will explore such questions as why some countries are democracies and other countries dictatorships; why some remain stable and peaceful, while others seem in constant turmoil. This is a prerequisite for other courses in comparative politics. COURSE DETAILS
PS F323  (36017)International Political EconBrandon Boylan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of the manner in which political and economic forces interact to affect international flows of goods, money, investments and technology. International political economic relations are examined in several contexts. COURSE DETAILS
PS F403  (36018)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
PS F450  (35151)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
PS F603  (36020)Public PolicyAmy Lovecraft2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The processes of policy development, implementation,and change are analyzed with major policy frameworks and models used in contemporary political science. These frameworks and models will be applied to environmental sustainability and other social policy issues. Students will develop expertise in a specific policy area and complete oral presentations related to their policy interests. COURSE DETAILS
PS F650  (34621)Comp Indigen Rights & PoliciesChanda Meek2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comparative 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F101X  (34622)Introduction to PsychologyJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Quality Matters Certified Course: Principles 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F240  (33823)Psychology of DevelopmentJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The psychology of human development from conception to death. Critical emphasis on theory and research within the field of developmental psychology with the role of culture as an influencing factor. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F240  (36667)Psychology of DevelopmentChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
The psychology of human development from conception to death. Critical emphasis on theory and research within the field of developmental psychology with the role of culture as an influencing factor. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F250  (34623)Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F250  (34951)Intro Stats for Social ScienceJohn Worrall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F275  (33825)Intro to Soc Sci Research MethCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to research methods in psychology. Includes the scientific process, developing research ideas, experimental and non-experimental designs, sampling, surveys and data analysis. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F275  (36461)Intro to Soc Sci Research MethChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction to research methods in psychology. Includes the scientific process, developing research ideas, experimental and non-experimental designs, sampling, surveys and data analysis. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F301  (34624)Culture and PsychologyInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F301  (36462)Culture and PsychologyAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Examines 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F330  (35154)Social PsychologyInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Analysis 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 available online via UAF eCampus. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F333  (36463)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F337  (34626)Sport PsychologyCourtney Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theoretical and practical applications of psychological issues related to participation in physical activities, including exercise adherence, performance enhancement, group dynamics, leadership and coaching behaviors, arousal/anxiety, intervention strategies and lifespan participation. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F390  (34627)Work Place PsychologyCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Application 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F440  (34953)Learning and CognitionJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Theory and research on the fundamentals of learning. Topics include information processing, attention and consciousness, learning processes, memory structures, retrieval, and the biological and cultural considerations relevant to each. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F448  (34628)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F480  (34629)Qualitative Soc Sci ResearchAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F485  (34630)Senior SeminarDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Synthesis 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F488  (33827)Practicum in PsychologyAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Individual practice and training to work in a setting or experience the work of a psychologist. Faculty supervision on campus or on site. Requires 50 clock hours per credit hour. Placement must be arranged during the prior semester before registering for this course. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F498  (33828)ResearchChristopher Miller2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33830)ResearchDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33831)ResearchInna Rivkin2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33832)ResearchCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F498  (33833)ResearchJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33834)ThesisCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33836)ThesisDani Sheppard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F499  (33837)ThesisJennifer Peterson2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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PSY F648  (34631)Undstnd FASD Dgns Intr & StratJennifer Wagaman2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
PSY F699  (33845)ThesisCecile Lardon2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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RD F114  (34632)Indigenous Ppls & N. Am. LawsJenny Jones2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Familiarize students with domestic law and how it affects Indigenous Peoples' governance in the United States. Special emphasis on Alaska Natives and the relationship between legal systems and those of the state and federal governments. Examination of how law is made and why Tribal laws differ from those in neighboring jurisdictions. Course uses asynchronous online delivery. COURSE DETAILS
RD F315  (35847)Tribal People & DevelopmentJessica Black2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Impact of socioeconomic development processes on tribal peoples in less developed world societies. Implications of these processes for Alaska Native people. COURSE DETAILS
RD F430  (36184)Indigenous Econ Dev/EntreprenCatherine Brooks2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An understanding of the principles, strategies and practices of economic development and entrepreneurship with a focus on indigenous Alaska communities. Focus is on those sustainable economics, through culturally appropriate practices. COURSE DETAILS
RD F655  (36185)Circumpolar Health IssuesUA Staff2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides a comprehensive overview of major circumpolar health issues affecting Northern residents. Includes an analysis of health and traditional healing practices prior to contact. Examines the emergence of chronic diseases, problems of alcohol abuse and violence, efforts to combine traditional healing practices and Western medicine. Includes environmental health issues, including water, sewer, and food contamination. Overview of health care systems and public health infrastructure in the North. COURSE DETAILS
RUSS F302  (36415)Advanced Russian IISvetlana Nuss2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation of RUSS F301 Advanced Russian I. Discussions and essays on more difficult subjects or texts. Translations, stylistic exercises and special grammatical problems. Conducted in Russian. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F101X  (34633)Introduction to SociologyMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to the complex social arrangements guiding individual behavior and common human concerns in contrasting cultural contexts. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F250  (36466)Intro Stats for Social ScienceAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F250  (36668)Intro Stats for Social ScienceJohn Worrall2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Statistics 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. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F333  (36467)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
SOC F480  (36468)Qualitative Soc Sci ResearchAngel Vasquez2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F101X  (34636)Elementary Spanish IKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F101X  (35162)Elementary Spanish IKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Introduction 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F202  (34638)Intermediate Spanish IIKimberly Stewart2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Continuation of SPAN F201. Increasing emphasis on reading, writing and oral ability. Conducted in Spanish. COURSE DETAILS
SPAN F317  (35938)Advanced Spanish GrammarDaniel Darrow2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Grammatical concepts in Spanish. Focus on more difficult grammatical structures. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F281X  (34641)Intro to Sport ManagementMargaret Keiper2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Provides 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F481  (34642)Event ManagementJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. Topics discussed include economic impact, sponsorship, risk management, staff and volunteers, customer service, concessions, crowd management and technology. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F482  (34643)Sport MarketingTravis Misner2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This 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. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F486  (34645)Outdoor Rec EntrepreneurshipMckenzie Mitchell2021-01-11 to 2021-03-15
This course is an introduction in the development and management of outdoor recreation businesses. Topics covered include business plan development, financial structures, and risk management specific to remote recreation businesses commonly found in Alaska, such as big-game commercial services, sport fishing operations, remote expediting, and aviation-related services. COURSE DETAILS
SPRT F488  (35822)Sport AnalyticsJon Nachtigal2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course is an introduction to the application of analytical tools and techniques used within the sports industry. It will discuss theory, development, and application of analytics in the sports industry. COURSE DETAILS
STAT F200X  (34646)Elementary StatisticsScott Goddard2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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. COURSE DETAILS
STAT F698  (34647)Non-thesis Research/ProjectJulie McIntyre2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
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SWK F306  (33876)Soc Welfare:Policies & IssuesRetchenda George Bettisworth2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Social policies and how they affect the delivery of social services. Factors influencing development of the current social service system. Analysis of dilemmas that develop in a welfare system attempting to deal with rapid social change. Alternative approaches to the solution of social problems and possible future developments. COURSE DETAILS
SWK F405  (36805)SWK & Mental Health/Well-BeingChristina Ireton2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
This course will explore the history and treatment of individuals with mental health disorders in the United States. Students will explore the unique opportunities and challenges faced by social workers, and prepare them to provide case management and assessment services to people with mental health disorders. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F201X  (34649)Intro to Wmn Gndr SexualityMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An interdisciplinary introduction to the field of women, 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. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F320  (34650)Sociology of GenderMary Sunwood2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Comprehensive 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. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F332  (36469)Human Sexualities Across CltreAndrea Greenberg2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Exploration of how people in a variety of cultures, both contemporary and historical, construct the meaning and experience of sexuality and express themselves as sexual beings. Interdisciplinary study includes psychology, sociology, anthropology, gender studies and related fields, with particular focus determined by which department is offering the course. COURSE DETAILS
WGS F380  (36669)Women, Minorities & the MediaAmy May2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Basic socialization differences that exist in the communication practices of women and men in every culture are addressed in the interpersonal organizational and cultural contexts. Examination of how women and minorities are portrayed in the mass media, the employment of women and minorities in the media, as well as how accurately the media reflects our society demographically. Presented from a feminist, multiculturalist perspective using a broad feminist analysis encompassing issues of gender as well as class, race, age and sexual orientation. COURSE DETAILS
WLF F469  (33889)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
WLF F669  (33893)Landscape Ecology/WLF HabitatFalk Huettmann2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
A problem-based learning and critical thinking approach to modern methods in landscape ecology, including geographic information systems, remote sensing, modeling, software and the Internet. Graduate students are expected to help undergraduates with problems and questions. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F068  (34652)College Literacy SkillsDana Greci2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Individualized instruction in writing and/or reading. Coursework can be designed to support specific courses or specific individuals as needed. This course does not fulfill the prerequisites for any other course. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F090  (34270)Writing & Reading StategiesKathleen Quick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Develops college writing and reading strategies. Reviews sentence and paragraph structure as part of the development of essays. Emphasizes revision techniques for essays and critical reading in academic contexts. A grade of C or higher in this course qualifies students for WRTG F110. On completing this course students may retake Accuplacer for placement into WRTG F111X. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F110  (34653)Intro. to College WritingKathleen Quick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Intensive preparatory work in the college writing skills needed for WRTG F111X, including research, writing, revising and critical reading skills. Special fees apply. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (34279)Writing Across ContextsDana Greci2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (34654)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36661)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36662)Writing Across Contexts-HUBWRITING HUB2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F111X  (36663)Writing Across ContextsKendalyn Mckisick2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An introduction to writing strategies and processes for reading and responding to rhetorical situations across a variety of public and academic contexts. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F211X  (34656)Writing and the HumanitiesDaniel Lyew2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (34658)Writing and the ProfessionsCarolyn Kremers2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (34659)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F212X  (33904)Writing and the ProfessionsDerek Hinckley2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (34660)Writing and the SciencesCasie Cameron2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F213X  (34661)Writing and the SciencesTara Knight2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
An 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F214X  (34662)Arguing Across ContextsGregory Hindy2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
WRTG F214X  (36664)Arguing Across ContextsMaureen Sullivan2021-01-11 to 2021-05-01
Instruction 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. COURSE DETAILS
Course Spotlight

Principles of Genetics

BIOL F260 UX1

UAF has the country’s first online class that enables students to do DNA sequencing at home. We’ll send you molecular genetics equipment and teach you how to sequence the contents of herbal dietary supplements to see if they actually contain the plant species listed on their labels. Spoiler alert: Many of them don’t!




Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL F111X UX1

The lab kit you need for this four-credit class comes with a cow eye, a sheep brain and a fetal pig for lab assignments you’ll do at home. You will learn how the human body is structured and functions but in creative ways, including an actual art project.




Listening from the Inside Out

WRTG F214X UX2

All writing begins with listening: noticing something in your environment, noticing something in what you’re reading or responding to, and noticing something in yourself that needs to be explored and expressed. In this class you will study and discuss the art of listening and put what you learn into a self-directed writing project of personal interest.




Employability Skills for Success

BA F193 UX1

This one-credit course focuses on building key employability and career development skills. You will gain confidence and skills to prepare you for success in a future workplace, as well as valuable networking opportunities.




Principles of Genetics

BIOL F260 UX1

UAF has the country’s first online class that enables students to do DNA sequencing at home. We’ll send you molecular genetics equipment and teach you how to sequence the contents of herbal dietary supplements to see if they actually contain the plant species listed on their labels. Spoiler alert: Many of them don’t!




Human Anatomy & Physiology I

BIOL F111X UX1

The lab kit you need for this four-credit class comes with a cow eye, a sheep brain and a fetal pig for lab assignments you’ll do at home. You will learn how the human body is structured and functions but in creative ways, including an actual art project.




Listening from the Inside Out

WRTG F214X UX2

All writing begins with listening: noticing something in your environment, noticing something in what you’re reading or responding to, and noticing something in yourself that needs to be explored and expressed. In this class you will study and discuss the art of listening and put what you learn into a self-directed writing project of personal interest.




Employability Skills for Success

BA F193 UX1

This one-credit course focuses on building key employability and career development skills. You will gain confidence and skills to prepare you for success in a future workplace, as well as valuable networking opportunities.