Arctic and Northern Studies
The B.A. in Arctic and Northern studies is an interdisciplinary and innovative program that educates students on the issues, opportunities and challenges specific to Alaska, the circumpolar North and the Arctic. Program themes include climate change, environmental and wilderness topics, Indigenous issues, subsistence, politics and history, national and international security, geography, energy resources, art and music, and literature. The geographic location of UAF is outstanding for the study of Arctic and Northern issues, but students can pursue the major online as well.
Minimum Requirements for Arctic and Northern Studies Bachelor's Degree: 120 credits
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