The University of Alaska Anchorage’s College of Business and Public Policy is a high-quality academic resource that reflects and serves Anchorage, Alaska’s largest metropolitan area. Accredited by the AACSB-International, the College features a seasoned faculty that brings a wide range of industry and academic expertise to students and community members. The College of Business and Public Policy students represent all ethnicities, age groups, and backgrounds.
The business school at the University of Alaska Anchorage equips students for leadership roles at the cutting edge of a changing world. The school supports growing and diverse communities in Alaska and elsewhere. Students are encouraged to meet their challenges as they receive the highest quality in public policy education, research, and professional assistance.
The College of Business and Public Policy offers excellent degree programs like the Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Business Administration, MBA, Master of Public Administration, and Master of Science in Global Supply Chain Management. Undergraduate students have a variety of specializations to choose from, including Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Finance, Global Logistics, Management Information Systems, and Management (Property Management and Real Estate concentration option). In addition to its Baccalaureate and Graduate Programs, the College features Associate degrees in Accounting, Small Business Administration, Business Computer Information Systems, and Logistics and Supply Chain Operations. Certificate programs in Logistics and Supply Chain Operations and professional training through occupational endorsement are currently available at the CBPP.
Student organizations currently available at the business school include the Accounting Club, Association of Information Technology Professionals, Economics Club, Finance & Investment Club, Global Logistics Association, and the Property Management & Real Estate Club.
Incoming students enrolled in the College of Business and Public Policy are often uncertain about how to begin working toward a degree and which business major is right for them. Advisors at the Student Advising Center are equipped to help business students explore their strengths and interests so that when they choose a major, the choice is one that works for them individually.
Academic advising is a crucial part of a successful university experience and an essential part of the teaching and learning purpose of the College of Business and Public Policy. Academic advisors at the Student Advising Center cultivate one-on-one advising relationships and encourage all students to work toward their career and educational goals.
UAA offers its Master of Science degree in Global Supply Chain Management through a 100% online format. The twenty-month, five-semester program allows graduate students to complete a graduate program rich in the most up-to-date and cutting-edge degree out there. The degree’s curriculum features global supply chain management and effective logistics content while encouraging meaningful relationships with an industry network from around the world – all 100% online.