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Degrees and Certificates

Programs of Study

Kodiak College offers numerous academic credit courses that lead to occupational endorsement and undergraduate certificates and associate degrees and may be transferred to other colleges.

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AA General Program

The Associate of Arts (AA) degree provides an academic foundation for student success in multiple pathways including continued study, career preparation, and engaged citizenship for Alaska's diverse peoples. An associate degree in general studies is usually used as a stepping stone since it prepares students well for further study at a bachelor-degree granting college or university.

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AAS Accounting

The AAS Accounting degree prepares students for entry-level accounting positions such as bookkeeper, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll clerk; assistant to line and staff accountants; or as paraprofessionals in CPA firms. The program emphasizes understanding the accounting cycle, processes and procedures, as well as generally accepted accounting principles.

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AAS Early Childhood Development (UAA)

We prepare educators and support the lifelong learning of professionals to embrace diversity and to be intellectually and ethically strong, resilient, and passionate in their work with Alaska's learners, families, and communities. Students who complete the Undergraduate Certificate and AAS in Early Childhood will be proficient entry-level child care workers, have knowledge of child development, and demonstrate basic abilities in child care paraprofessional skills.

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AAS General Business

Students build the confidence to communicate orally and in writing and interact positively with subordinates, superiors and customers, and other stakeholders.  They will also gain business skills relevant to the specific industry of their present and future employment, and will have the ability to manage and supervise specialists with consideration for all aspects of business.

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BSN Nursing (UAA)

As a partner in shaping health care for Alaska, the UAA School of Nursing educates students for current and future roles in local, state, national, and worldwide arenas. The School addresses the diverse and unique health care challenges across the state by sharing expertise in education, service, policy, and political arenas and through innovative research for the discovery and dissemination of new knowledge.

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AAS, Technology Welding Emphasis

The Associate of Applied Science, Technology degree program is designed to provide entry-level skills, continuing education, and advanced technical skills in several specialized fields including Welding, Construction, and Occupational Safety.

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BA, Elementary Education K- 8 (UAS)

The Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education prepares students for recommendation in the state of Alaska for initial teaching certification in grades K-8. This program is for students in Juneau and rural Alaskan communities and others who desire the flexibility of an e-Learning program. Students in this program must be self-directed learners, have access to high speed internet connections, and prepare for a 9-month intensive student teaching experience in their senior year. Students are assessed relative to national and state standards, including Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) standards, the Alaska Teacher Standards, the Alaska Student Content Standards, the Alaska Standards for Culturally Responsive Schools, and the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI) Standards.

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The Bachelor of Arts in Special Education program prepares teacher candidates to develop and implement culturally responsive special education services for students with disabilities. The program focuses on the unique needs of: children and youth with disabilities;Alaska’s diverse Native and non-Native communities; and Alaska’s remote, rural, and urban communities. Candidates who complete the B.A. in Special Education program can receive an Alaska Teaching Certificate with an Endorsement in Special Education (Grades K-12) from the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development.

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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

The Kodiak College CNA program prepares the student to assist patients with health care needs under the supervision of Registered Nurses or Licensed Practical Nurse in various health care settings. The Kodiak College CNA course is taught in a supportive, professional university environment. Classroom learning is then developed through practical skill building within community health care facilities. 

Libby Eufemio at Alutiiq Museum sharing storiesMinor, Alaska Native Studies

The Alaska Native Studies (AKNS) program provides students with an introduction to Alaska Native and indigenous ways of knowing and seeing the world. The program emphasizes Alaska Native languages, cultures, politics and art, and provides an in-depth perspective on traditional and contemporary Native society.

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OEC in Alutiiq Language

The Alutiiq Language Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) recognizes the acquisition of Alutiiq language skills and knowledge through certification for professionals and paraprofessionals.

Within the Kodiak region’s language revitalization and education programs, a need exists for certified paraprofessionals with Alutiiq language proficiency - and the 16-credit Alutiiq Language Occupational Endorsement Certificate (OEC) is designed to provide a credential in that area.

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OEC in Medical Office Coding

Kodiak College offers many fully distance courses needed for an Occupational Endorsement Certificate in Medical Office Coding, an Allied Health Program in the UAA College of Health.  This program provides training for allied health professionals specifically designed to prepare graduates for work in rewarding careers in Alaska’s rapidly growing health care industry. This Occupational Endorsement Certificate program prepares student for careers as professional medical coders.  In addition, it prepares students to become certified medical coders by the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC).

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Undergraduate Certificate, Welding

The Undergraduate Certificate in Welding provides hands-on instruction in different welding techniques using a variety of materials. When you complete your certificate you’ll be ready for entry-level positions in the welding industry. A total of 30 credits are required for the certificate.

 

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OEC in Infant and Toddler Development

This OEC will prepare students to work with infants and toddlers and their families in a variety of settings including childcare, family care settings, and Early Head Start programs.

 

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