Alaska has three universities offering engineering programs.
The University of Alaska Anchorage offers architectural, civil, artic, computer, environmental, geomatics, marine and mechanical engineering. This university has a large student body and has a difficult admissions program.
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The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers the most bachelor degrees in engineering. With a medium sized campus, University of Fairbanks Alaska offers civil, computer, electrical, environmental, mechanical, mining, geological and petroleum engineering programs. Degrees are offered at the associates, bachelor, master and doctorate levels.
A smaller campus option at the University of Alaska Southeast, offers a pre-engineering certificate. This is a great option for those ready to get out in the field and start working.
Anchorage has one main campus and one extension campus for the University of Alaska Anchorage, which makes this city the “college town” of Alaska.
However, there are many campus locations including: Juneau, Ketchikan and Sitka (University of Alaska Southeast) Fairbanks (University of Alaska Fairbanks) and Kenai Peninsula, Anchorage, Palmer-Wasilla, Chugiak-Eagle River, Prince William Sound and Kodiak (University of Alaska Anchorage).
The University of Alaska Anchorage offers the Artic Engineering licensing class online, which complies with state regulations for licensing. Additionally, there are many individual courses that you can take online at these three universities, however there are no full engineering degrees offered in their entirety online.