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1999-2000 Catalog

Degrees and Programs


Interdisciplinary Program
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Degree: B.T.

Minimum Requirements for Degree: 120 credits

This program offers qualified applicants the opportunity to expand upon their technical education. The B.T. degree allows students to choose business or interdisciplinary studies.

Business enhances managerial/entrepreneurial skills. Interdisciplinary studies allows the exceptional student to tailor a baccalaureate program to their unique needs. Information and advising for this degree is through the Academic Advising Center.

Undergraduate Program


Technology -- B.T. Degree

  1. Complete the general university requirements.
  2. Complete the B.T. degree requirements.
  3. Complete the following:
    ENGL 314W,O/2 -- Technical Writing (3 credits)
    MATH at the 100-level or above (3 credits)
    TTCH 301 -- Technology and Society (3 credits)
    Computer competency (3 credits)
  4. Complete 1 of the following specialization options:*
    1. Complete the following:**
      ACCT 161 -- Accounting Concepts and Uses I (3 credits)
      ACCT 262 -- Accounting Concepts and Uses II (3 credits)
      BA 151 -- Introduction to Business (3 credits)
      BA 307 -- Personnel Management (3 credits)
      BA 325 -- Financial Management (3 credits)
      BA 330 -- The Legal Environment of Business (4 credits)
      BA 343 -- Principles of Marketing (3 credits)
      ECON 200 -- Principles of Economics (4 credits)
      STAT 200 -- Elementary Probability and Statistics (3 credits)
      Specialty Electives (3 credits)
      (Advisor approved upper division internship or advanced technical experience.)
    2. Interdisciplinary***
  5. Complete 30 credits at UAF in the area of specialization (either completed in residence or accepted by transfer as equivalent to specific UAF courses).
  6. Complete 1 of the following to demonstrate competence in an applied or technical field:
    1. An associate of applied science degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
    2. Substitute 1 of the following as a demonstration of competency in an applied or technical field with the approval of the Curricular Affairs Committee of the Faculty Senate:
      • A.A.S. or similar degree earned at a nonaccredited institution.
      • State or federal certification deemed appropriate by the faculty.
      • Journeyman status in trades and industry.
  7. Minimum credits required (120 credits)

* Student must earn a "C" grade or better in each course.

** No more than 25% of total coursework may be taken in the School of Management.

*** See "Interdisciplinary Studies" in the Degrees and Programs section.

Note: At least 39 credits must be 300-level or above.