The Career & Technical Education Department houses the Bachelor of Science, Technology (BST) degree. This completion program enables students who have earned an associate degree (or a minimum of 45 related technical credits) from a regionally accredited institution to pursue a bachelor's degree.

The program offers a career pathway for technicians and professionals preparing for leadership positions. Students complete a common core of advanced technical and management courses, and they work with a faculty advisor to choose technical, quantitative, and natural science courses that prepare them to advance in their fields.

Students may opt to focus their program of study through the business emphasis in order to further develop their business acumen.

 


The Career & Technical Education Department is administered by the UAA Community & Technical College's Extended Studies & Workforce Development Division.