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Industrial Technology, AAS
Degree Requirements


MINIMUM CREDIT HOURS62-63

  1. General Education Requirements 18 credits
    1. Complete the following 15 credits

      Instruction in composition of expository essays with emphasis on different techniques for organization and development.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: GER Written Communication Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement on English placement or ENGL 108 completed with a grade of “C” or better.

      The course provides instruction in the basic communicative purposes, forms, styles, and visual elements commonly used by professionals who write and edit technical documents. It provides experience in writing and editing in a collaborative environment and requires a research report. Experience in a business, technical, and/or scientific field is recommended.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: GER Written Communication Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): ENGL 111 completed with a grade of “C” or better.

      Study of speaking with greater ease and listening more effectively in individual and group situations. Improvements in organizing ideas and exchanging thoughts, opinions, information and data. Students practice speaking and listening through group activities and individual speeches.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: GER Oral Communication Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): ENGL 108 with a grade of “C” or higher or equivalent score on placement test.

      This course provides mathematical training for students enrolled in technical programs. It covers arithmetic of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, percent, measurement, pre-algebra, basic algebra, practical plane geometry, solid figures, triangle trigonometry, advanced algebra, and statistics.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: GER Written Communication Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): Minimum “C” Grade in Math 055 or equivalent.
      Special Note: This course will not satisfy the Mathematics requirement for the Associate of Arts degree, but may satisfy the AAS degree Mathematics requirement.

      Exploration of feelings, attitudes and behaviors that affect interpersonal relationships in all areas of life with particular emphasis on the workplace. Class activities are structured to increase self-awareness, build self-esteem, and enhance relationship skills.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: GER Social Science Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    2. Select one from the following3 credits

      This course is designed to help you create success in college. Methods are given for selecting and developing effective academic strategies, increasing self-awareness, and developing self-management strategies. Elements of college resources and relationships with others are explored in support of students’ educational experiences.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: Required for all new students or students transferring in less than 15 credits.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      Designed for first-year students of all ages and backgrounds, this course examines the various ways we relate to the places in which we find ourselves by focusing on both the College and the Alaskan wilderness through a study of issues in the liberal arts. In addition to examining reading in the four course themes, the course will focus on critical thinking about a wide range of social and personal issues that affect college students today. Special Notes: Required for all new students, students transferring in less than 15 credits and places into ENGL 111 or higher.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): ENGL 111 with a grade of “C” or higher, or may be taken concurrently.

  2. Major Education Requirements 15-17.5 credits
    1. Select one from the following1.5 – 2 credits

      This course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the safety of personnel when responding to and cleaning up spills of hazardous substances or materials, and to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations applicable to spill clean-up as described in 29 CFR 1910.120 for emergency responders Level III. This course provides classroom instruction and practical experience. 8 Hours of instruction is taken in the classroom; 16 hours of instruction is taken under direction of field supervisors in prescribed activities within an oil spill prevention and response environment.

      Credits: 1.5
      Contact Hours: 24 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to provide classroom requirements of 29 CFR 1910.120 for training a hazardous waste site worker.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 40 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    2. Select one from the following3 – 5 credits

      This course introduces the fundamentals of industrial hygiene as they relate to occupational health and safety. Subjects covered include the recognition, evaluation and control of hazards in the workplace.

      Credits: 5.0
      Contact Hours: 5 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): Math 055 and Chemistry 103 or high school equivalent Chemistry class.

      This course is designed to introduce the student to the potential hazards and governing regulations of chemicals, safe practices in the management of hazardous materials and waste, and essential skills, coupled with the basic knowledge that will help the student who is pursuing a role as an environmental technician or environmental health and safety professional.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    3. Complete the following10.5 credits

      This class is designed to give students the training that is required in the federal Confined Space Entry Regulations, 29 CFR 1910.146, for supervisors, attendants and entrants.

      Credits: 0.5
      Contact Hours: .5 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      An introductory course focused on describing the concepts of environmentally appropriate building designed and construction. The actions of workers in the construction industry affect the environment and an understanding of these impacts will assist students in the choices they must make every day. This class clarifies the student’s effect on a project’s carbon footprint.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      Legal guidelines used in the adoption, implementation, and adjudication of public agency regulations at all levels of government. A summary of the legislative, executive, and judicial controls placed on agencies.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This internship provides a student the practical experience needed within an organization. Under direction of field supervisors students will complete 180 hours performing prescribed activities or duties within a safety management environment.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 0 + 45
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.
      Special Note: While the college has internship partnerships in place and will make every effort to place students with a sponsoring organization, internship opportunities are not guaranteed; it is ultimately the responsibility of the student to secure an internship.

    4. *Must select ITEC 165 for Safety Management Emphasis
      ITEC students must complete one of three emphasis studies, which include Safety Management, Oil Spill Response, and Millwright. Because credit requirements vary with each emphasis, students may need to add additional advisor-approved elective credits to reach the minimum credit requirement of 62 credits for the degree.

  3. Safety Management Emphasis28 credits
    1. Complete the following22 credits

      This course applies basic concepts of chemistry and physics fundamentals to the characterization and management of chemical hazards. Recognition of dangers in fire fighting, storing and handling of hazardous materials is presented. Terminology used to identify hazards in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), labeling and transportation will be developed.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course introduces the student to federal environmental, occupational safety, and transportation laws and standards.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will cover the operation, testing, and maintenance of safety equipment and the implementation of safe operating procedures in a variety of workplace situations.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to teach students the requirements for emergency contingency plans for facilities, vessels, and communities. Students will review federal and state regulations, and develop an emergency response plan for oil and hazardous substances discharges and releases.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give students and in-depth knowledge of oil spill response strategies and management principles throughout all phases and from a variety of perspectives.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to provide the necessary processes and tools to investigate and analyze accidents. The systems approach teaches students how to identify the key elements of an accident and how to analyze information about each element. The processes and tools produce valid and traceable results. After the course, students will be able to reconstruct what happened during an incident, identify and collect information, analyze facts, determine why it happened, develop findings and assemble a valid report.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): CIOS 135A.

      This course is designed to give instructors a basic background in fields related to training and training theory, with the focus on meeting the specific needs of individuals in technical fields. This class is based on a building block approach with the ultimate goal of the students being able to present, publicly, and during a training session.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    2. Select Safety Management elective credits from the following6 credits

      Description.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is an introduction to craft skills trades. Topics covered include basic knowledge and skills requirements foundational to multiple trade careers and programs of study. Course contains several modules covering industrial safety, power and hand tools, math and construction drawing, rigging and lifting, as well as basic communication and employability skills.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1 + 6
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to introduce the student to the potential hazards and governing regulations of chemicals, safe practices in the management of hazardous materials and waste, and essential skills, coupled with the basic knowledge that will help the student who is pursuing a role as an environmental technician or environmental health and safety professional.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course provides a broad overview of the major oil spill topics and specific oil spill prevention strategies. Topics covered include: history of oil spills and oil spill regulation, the fate and behavior of oil released into the environment, general environment impacts, sociological impacts and economic impacts and Federal and State regulations affecting oil spill prevention and response.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course presents an in-depth overview of the Process Safety management (PSM) of Highly Hazardous Chemicals regulation (29CFR 1910.119). There will be an increased focus on case histories of industrial accidents and how proper implementation of PSM systems could have prevented catastrophe. Prior safety experience or safety classes are highly recommended, but not required.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      A variety of topics related to oil spill response. Subtitle varies according to the specific content taught. May be repeated for credit with a different subtitle.

      Credits: 1.0 – 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1-3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give safety management students the knowledge, skills and abilities to develop a business plan for a safety management consulting company. Business planning as a key to successful small business management. Examines practical aspects of management for starting/operating small business. Assists students in understanding personal finance, business regulations, marketing, and business finance.

      Credits: 1.0 – 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1-3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course meets training requirements for all documented fishing vessels where one person on board a vessel is required to have drill training. This course will deal with all aspects of preserving the safety of fishing vessel personnel through the use of procedures and equipment.

      Credits: 1.0
      Contact Hours: 1 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course covers the basic operations of tankers, including their history and origin, what a tanker is and how it performs its function of transporting petroleum products, and the how this mode of transporting petroleum continues to change.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will discuss the basic operation of oil pipeline practice, from the history of petroleum pipelines to the movement of oil from the fields to the terminal, using the Alyeska Pipeline as an example.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This class provides an introduction to basic seamanship including the principles of safety, navigation, piloting, boat handling, knot tying, weather forecasting, radio procedure and an overview of the Alaskan seafood industry. Field excursions are a major component of the class and students are expected to participate in a variety of outdoor activities.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      A continuation of Marine Technology I.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): MT 282A.

      • ASTR 103Introduction to Astronomy/Lab
      • BIOL 103Introduction to Biology/Lab
      • BIOL 104Natural History of Alaska
      • BIOL 111Human Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab
      • BIOL 112Human Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab
      • BIOL 150Introduction to Marine Biology/Lab
      • CHEM 103Introduction to General/Organic Chemistry/Lab
      • PHIL 101Introduction to Logic
      • PHYS 103Physics I
      • GEOL 111Physical Geology/Lab

      • MATH 105Intermediate Algebra
      • MATH 107College Algebra
      • MATH 108Trigonometry
      • MATH 200Calculus I
      • AS 252Elementary Statistics

       

      * Natural Science with a Lab is required.
      ** Math 105 or above is required for AA and AAS degrees; MATH 107 or above is recommended for transfer to a BA/BS program.
      For a list of all classes please contact your academic advisor.
      For course descriptions, please see the course catalog.

  4. Millwright Emphasis29 credits
    1. Complete the following23 credits

      The Millwright Level I course consists of six modules and the core NCCER curriculum. The course will provide students with knowledge in basic safety, basic math, hand tools, power tools, blueprints, and basic rigging. The course provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required to the millwright profession.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 9
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): At least one High School Math class completed at tenth grade level, reading and writing at high school tenth grade level.

      The Millwright Level II course consists of nine modules of instruction. The course provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 9
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): Millwright I or Instructor Approval.

      The Millwright Level III course consists of 12 modules of instruction. The course provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

      Credits: 5.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 12
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): Millwright II or Instructor Approval.

      The Millwright Level IV course consists of 12 modules of instruction. The course provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with the cooperation of industry partnership. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

      Credits: 5.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 12
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): Millwright III or Instructor Approval.

      The Millwright Level V course consists of nine modules of instruction. Students will perform written and manual proficiency in each module. The course provides hands-on and classroom instruction to help students master the skills required for the millwright profession. Classes will be conducted with cooperation of industry partnerships. Skilled millwrights will participate in instruction of modules and on-the-job training and skill development.

      Credits: 5.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 12
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    2. Select Millwright elective credits from the following6 credits

      This course applies basic concepts of chemistry and physics fundamentals to the characterization and management of chemical hazards. Recognition of dangers in fire fighting, storing and handling of hazardous materials is presented. Terminology used to identify hazards in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), labeling and transportation will be developed.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course introduces the student to federal environmental, occupational safety, and transportation laws and standards.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will cover the operation, testing, and maintenance of safety equipment and the implementation of safe operating procedures in a variety of workplace situations.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course presents an in-depth overview of the Process Safety management (PSM) of Highly Hazardous Chemicals regulation (29CFR 1910.119). There will be an increased focus on case histories of industrial accidents and how proper implementation of PSM systems could have prevented catastrophe. Prior safety experience or safety classes are highly recommended, but not required.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give instructors a basic background in fields related to training and training theory, with the focus on meeting the specific needs of individuals in technical fields. This class is based on a building block approach with the ultimate goal of the students being able to present, publicly, and during a training session.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      A variety of topics related to Millwright. Subtitle varies according to the specific content taught. May be repeated for credit with a different subtitle.

      Credits: 1.0 – 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1-3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will discuss the basic operation of oil pipeline practice, from the history of petroleum pipelines to the movement of oil from the fields to the terminal, using the Alyeska Pipeline as an example.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      • ASTR 103Introduction to Astronomy/Lab
      • BIOL 103Introduction to Biology/Lab
      • BIOL 104Natural History of Alaska
      • BIOL 111Human Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab
      • BIOL 112Human Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab
      • BIOL 150Introduction to Marine Biology/Lab
      • CHEM 103Introduction to General/Organic Chemistry/Lab
      • PHIL 101Introduction to Logic
      • PHYS 103Physics I
      • GEOL 111Physical Geology/Lab

      • MATH 105Intermediate Algebra
      • MATH 107College Algebra
      • MATH 108Trigonometry
      • MATH 200Calculus I
      • AS 252Elementary Statistics

       

      * Natural Science with a Lab is required.
      ** Math 105 or above is required for AA and AAS degrees; MATH 107 or above is recommended for transfer to a BA/BS program.
      For a list of all classes please contact your academic advisor.
      For course descriptions, please see the course catalog.

  5. Oil Spill Response Emphasis29 credits
    1. Complete the following17 credits

      Survey of topics including: matter, energy, units of measurement, the periodic table, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, radioactivity, oxidation-reduction reactions, solutions involving acids, bases and buffers; and an introduction to organic chemistry with units on functional groups and chemistry of alkanes, alkenes and alkynes. Students must register separately for the laboratory section that coincides with this course.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 3
      Course Attributes: GER Natural Science Requirement
      Prerequisite(s): MATH 055 or equivalent score on the placement test.

      This course provides a broad overview of the major oil spill topics and specific oil spill prevention strategies. Topics covered include: history of oil spills and oil spill regulation, the fate and behavior of oil released into the environment, general environment impacts, sociological impacts and economic impacts and Federal and State regulations affecting oil spill prevention and response.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to teach students the requirements for emergency contingency plans for facilities, vessels, and communities. Students will review federal and state regulations, and develop an emergency response plan for oil and hazardous substances discharges and releases.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give students and in-depth knowledge of oil spill response strategies and management principles throughout all phases and from a variety of perspectives.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give instructors a basic background in fields related to training and training theory, with the focus on meeting the specific needs of individuals in technical fields. This class is based on a building block approach with the ultimate goal of the students being able to present, publicly, and during a training session.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    2. Select one from the following2 credits

      This course covers the basic operations of tankers, including their history and origin, what a tanker is and how it performs its function of transporting petroleum products, and the how this mode of transporting petroleum continues to change.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will discuss the basic operation of oil pipeline practice, from the history of petroleum pipelines to the movement of oil from the fields to the terminal, using the Alyeska Pipeline as an example.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

    3. Select Oil Spill Response electives from the following10 credits

      This course applies basic concepts of chemistry and physics fundamentals to the characterization and management of chemical hazards. Recognition of dangers in fire fighting, storing and handling of hazardous materials is presented. Terminology used to identify hazards in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), labeling and transportation will be developed.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course introduces the student to federal environmental, occupational safety, and transportation laws and standards.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give participants necessary knowledge and skills to capture, handle, and stabilize wildlife during oil spill response and cleanup operation

      Credits: 1.0
      Contact Hours: 1 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give students the skills necessary to safely haze birds and/or marine mammals to protect them from becoming contaminated by spills of hazardous substances.

      Credits: 0.5
      Contact Hours: 0.5 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to provide the necessary processes and tools to investigate and analyze accidents. The systems approach teaches students how to identify the key elements of an accident and how to analyze information about each element. The processes and tools produce valid and traceable results. After the course, students will be able to reconstruct what happened during an incident, identify and collect information, analyze facts, determine why it happened, develop findings and assemble a valid report.

      Credits: 3.0
      Contact Hours: 3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      A variety of topics related to oil spill response. Subtitle varies according to the specific content taught. May be repeated for credit with a different subtitle.

      Credits: 1.0 – 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1-3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course is designed to give safety management students the knowledge, skills and abilities to develop a business plan for a safety management consulting company. Business planning as a key to successful small business management. Examines practical aspects of management for starting/operating small business. Assists students in understanding personal finance, business regulations, marketing, and business finance.

      Credits: 1.0 – 3.0
      Contact Hours: 1-3 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course will cover weather, seamanship, population control, navigation, rules of the road, etc. The basic material necessary to pass the USCG examination to operate a vessel for hire, either 6 passenger or 100 ton.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      Description.

      Credits: 2.0
      Contact Hours: 2 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This course meets training requirements for all documented fishing vessels where one person on board a vessel is required to have drill training. This course will deal with all aspects of preserving the safety of fishing vessel personnel through the use of procedures and equipment.

      Credits: 1.0
      Contact Hours: 1 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      This class provides an introduction to basic seamanship including the principles of safety, navigation, piloting, boat handling, knot tying, weather forecasting, radio procedure and an overview of the Alaskan seafood industry. Field excursions are a major component of the class and students are expected to participate in a variety of outdoor activities.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A.
      Prerequisite(s): None.

      A continuation of Marine Technology I.

      Credits: 4.0
      Contact Hours: 4 + 0
      Course Attributes: N/A
      Prerequisite(s): MT 282A.

      • ASTR 103Introduction to Astronomy/Lab
      • BIOL 103Introduction to Biology/Lab
      • BIOL 104Natural History of Alaska
      • BIOL 111Human Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab
      • BIOL 112Human Anatomy & Physiology II/Lab
      • BIOL 150Introduction to Marine Biology/Lab
      • CHEM 103Introduction to General/Organic Chemistry/Lab
      • PHIL 101Introduction to Logic
      • PHYS 103Physics I
      • GEOL 111Physical Geology/Lab

      • MATH 105Intermediate Algebra
      • MATH 107College Algebra
      • MATH 108Trigonometry
      • MATH 200Calculus I
      • AS 252Elementary Statistics

       

      * Natural Science with a Lab is required.
      ** Math 105 or above is required for AA and AAS degrees; MATH 107 or above is recommended for transfer to a BA/BS program.
      For a list of all classes please contact your academic advisor.
      For course descriptions, please see the course catalog.