Graduates from this MA program typically take positions with tribal and municipal governments, fisheries, tourism, Native corporations, regional health corporations or non-profits, state/federal agencies, or other private businesses.
Graduate degree students gain a broader theoretical understanding of development processes in Alaska and the circumpolar North. Graduate students complete a thesis or applied community development project, and have opportunities for international study and research.
For more information:
Program's detailed curiculum
MA Program Brochure - PDF
Students apply through the UAF Graduate School: http://catalog.uaf.edu/getting-started/admission-graduate/
|Language of instruction||English>|
|Institution||University of Alaska Fairbanks|
|Fields of study||Humanities (others)Political science and civicsEconomicsManagement and administration|