The goal of this site is to provide you with clear guidance on academic programs and degrees, to help you make your time at UAF productive and successful! Here you can expect to find the following tools for each degree program:
A trail guide to course sequences on your degree path; in other words, what normal student progress through the program might look like.
What does the department expect a student to take away from the program? What will you have learned by graduation? What skills should you have gained?
While neither tool is meant to take the place of regular meetings with your academic advisor, we hope that you will find this information useful. Explore many degrees from the broad interest areas menu, or search for your specific degree below.
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