Liberty University. Religion. NIT. Programs. Heavy equipment (costs & requirements/curriculum) Course Description Students receive supervised, direct hands on operation of the equipment with classroom instruction in principles of operation, work site safety and preventative maintenance procedures. Training equipment typically* includes but not limited too: Class A & B commercial trucks & trailers, construction vehicles, excavator, dozer, backhoe, and/or loader.
Students receive certifications for CET with either a CDL A or B. These courses consist of both classroom and outside hands-on instruction. (*Equipment pieces subject to substitution.) Curriculum Prerequisites DOT PhysicalDMV Driving Record FMCSA/DOT Drug TestOriginal Social Security CardValid Alaska Drivers LicenseSteel Toed Boots DMV License / Endorsement Fees DMV - CDL License Fee $100TSA- Haz Mat Endorsement Fee Upcoming Courses View Full Schedule Please note: The Alaska Supplemental Education Loan has a maximum amount of $6,500 for Career Training (Vocational) Programs.
Welding (costs & requirements/curriculum) Program Description The course includes welding safety, basic tools, the use of different types of welding machines, and metallurgy. Students will be able to earn certifications through successful AWS testing for SMAW. The course consists of metal cutting utilizing the Oxyacetylene torch and employing five common processes, detailed below. In Shielded Metal Arc Welding, several electrode types and sizes are employed with both AC and DC electrical arc welding machines. Two semi-automatic processes are taught. Prerequisites Drivers License is recommendedGED or High School DiplomaDOT Physical or Pre-Participation PhysicalFMCSA/DOT Drug TestLeather Steel Toed Boots meeting ANSI Standard 2413 Curriculum Welding Technology & Blueprint ReadingOxyacetylene and CuttingShielded Metal Arc WeldingPlasma Cutting Upcoming Programs. About. Northern Industrial Training, LLC (NIT) is a privately owned Alaskan company founded in 2003.
NIT was founded under the principle of providing classroom and hands-on training that provides innovative programs and curricula that lead to successful career paths for all Alaskans. NIT serves the public with an expansive vocational training center headquartered in Palmer, Alaska. Our training center includes a multiple classroom building, a driving/equipment range and a state of the art Mechanical and Welding Trades facility. NIT has licensed and certified instructors available to provide training programs throughout Alaska, from Prudhoe Bay to Juneau. Our programs are approved by the Alaska Commission on Post-Secondary Education and the Division of Motor Vehicles. Environmental, Health & Safety. Campuses. Palmer AK. UAA. Diesel Technician (associates, undergrad certificate) Philosphy. Philosophy is the creative and critical reflection on enduring questions concerning the nature of the world and our place in it.
For example, philosophy asks metaphysical questions about what exists, epistemic questions about what we can claim to know, and ethical questions about the nature of the good life and right action. In addition, philosophy involves the study and practice of good reasoning and clear thinking, skills that are essential to any discipline or profession. The Philosophy Department offers a variety of courses in the central areas of philosophy that acquaint students with the rich, living traditions of the world and explore historical and contemporary issues.
Departmental faculty have a wide range of philosophical interests and expertise, with a particular strength in theoretical and applied ethics. Mission Statement. Geology. At UAA, we strive to involve our students in all aspects of geology. Our Geological Sciences faculty are highly motivated and excited to share both their knowledge and their passion for the geologic sciences with you. Because the University of Alaska-Anchorage is located within an active tectonic margin, the Geological Sciences Department has focused on fusing a traditional classroom/laboratory education with field work. Thus, students who enjoy working outdoors, have a strong scientific background, and are interested in earth processes will find studying geology or environmental geology at UAA intriguing and rewarding. Nowhere else in the U.S. will you find active plate tectonics, erupting volcanoes and calving glaciers-all within driving distance of North America's largest mountain and right outside UAA's front door.
Cost of Attendance. ROTC. Army ROTC is the United States Army's primary officer training program. The UAA Army ROTC program is a cooperative effort between the U.S. Army, the Alaska Army National Guard and The University of Alaska Anchorage to educate, train and prepare students to serve as officers in the Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard.
UAA Army ROTC has two-, three- and four-year programs that lead to a commission as a Second Lieutenant. It is divided into a basic course for freshmen and sophomores, and an advanced course for juniors and seniors. Programs and courses can be adjusted to meet specific needs of individual students who wish to enroll but are past their freshman year. Students enrolled in the program will learn leadership skills that are second to none. UAS. UAS IMOO. Skip to content Career Education Menu UAS Center for Mine Training The Mission of the UAS/CMT is to provide world-class workforce training in occupational fields leading to employment in the mining industry, with a special emphasis on expanding an Alaskan workforce for underground hard rock mining. "Operated in partnership with the University of Alaska's Statewide Corporate Programs and UA Mining and Petroleum Training Service (MAPTS).
" We offer classes and training for people looking for work in the mining industry as well as upgrade training for those already employed in the mining industry. Job Training Information for Alaska High School Students Introduction to Mining Occupations and Operations scheduled to start January 22, 2014. Program Outcomes UAS Center for Mine Training 796-6120 (Information)career.ed@uas... Press Releases Content maintained by School of Career Education. Mechanic. Apply for Admissions at UAS. The University of Alaska Southeast is an open enrollment institution, students can take classes at UAS either as degree seeking students who apply for admission or as non-degree seeking student who do not have to apply. UAS Admissions Office The mission of the Admissions Office is to encourage prospective students of all ages and backgrounds to pursue an undergraduate education at the University of Alaska Southeast and assist undergraduate and graduate students through the admissions process.
Admission Application Deadlines Fall Semester - August 1 Spring Semester - December 15 Summer Semester - May 1 Undergraduate Admission Process 1. 2. Apply online- it's fast and easy! 3. Some programs require additional documents for admission and have different submission deadlines, please make a note when researching your program. Partial and Final High School transcript, or GED;Final College and University transcripts from all previous institutions;Official ACT or SAT scores. Graduate Admission Process: 3. App deadline. Cost of Attendance. 2013-2014 Alaska Resident Undergraduate Estimated Cost of Attendance (COA) The budget for undergraduate tuition will be based on an average cost of $186/credit. The allowance may be increased if the total tuition charge exceeds this budget.Please contact the Financial Aid Office if you have special circumstances. The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program is designed to help undergraduates who live in western states pursue higher education at a public college or university outside their home state, but within the western region at an affordable cost.
WUE states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and the U.S. Note: Not all UAS degree programs are eligible for WUE tuition. FAFSA deadline. UAF. Philosophy and Humanities. Financial Aid Office | Tuition and fees. ROTC. NNU. At a glance. Admissions. FAQ (average ACT, Location)
When was NNU Founded? 1913 Who sponsors NNU? The Church of the Nazarene How big is NNU's campus? NNU sits on 90 acres. What is NNU's average class size? What is NNU's enrollment? How many majors and minors does NNU offer? Do students live on campus or off campus? What is NNU's male/female ratio? What are NNU's school colors? What is NNU's school mascot? Population of Nampa? Activities/Events in Nampa?
How is the weather in Nampa? What are NNU's four core values? TransformationTruthCommunityService Learn more about these on our Mission, Values, & Vision page. What is a Nazarene? Do you have to be a Nazarene to attend NNU? Do I have to be a Christian to attend NNU? Diversity on campus? Activities for students on the weekend? Intramurals? Clubs on campus? Is there a Student Government Association? Safety on campus? Lifestyle requirements? To love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love your neighbor as yourself, expressed by your interaction with others. Does NNU have a dress code? Mission and values. The mission of Northwest Nazarene University is the transformation of the whole person.
Centered in Jesus Christ, the NNU education instills habits of heart, soul, mind and strength to enable each student to become God’s creative and redemptive agent in the world. Northwest Nazarene University is a Christian university of the liberal arts, professional and graduate studies. The University is grounded in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition and is an educational expression of the Northwest region of the Church of the Nazarene. Northwest Nazarene University is founded upon belief in and relationship with the One Triune God—Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Therefore, we seek to build our lives and the practices of the University upon the Kingdom of God as revealed in Jesus. Transformation—We believe education fosters transformation. Truth—We believe education pursues truth. Community—We believe education flourishes in community. Service—We believe education cultivates service. ROTC. The Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) is a unique college elective.
It takes no more of your time than would most other college courses. The credits you earn from ROTC classes go toward your diploma. And when you graduate, youll receive a diploma and a commission as a Second Lieutenant (2LT) in the U.S. Army. ROTC training goes beyond the typical college classroom. ROTC Program Structure Traditionally, Army ROTC is a four-year program. Sophomores can compress the Basic Course into one year.Sophomores with Junior ROTC can meet the requirements of the first year of the Basic Course.Sophomores can attend the Leaders Training Course during the summer preceding their junior year.Veterans, Army National Guardsmen and U.S. The Basic Course The Basic Course takes place during your first two years in college as elective courses. Freshman Year: The Role of the Army Sophomore Year: The Role of an Officer The Advanced Course.
Contact. FAQ. Cost and Scholarships calculator. So, through the efforts of hundreds of generous donors, the scholarships and grants listed here are made available to incoming freshman students as part of a financial aid package. Eligibility is based on the criteria listed. Need-based assistance through financial aid is also available to those who qualify. New test scores that might affect scholarships and grants may be submitted through June 30 of the senior year. In some cases, if a new score is submitted after NNU has awarded financial aid, and the new score results in a higher scholarship NNU may reduce other financial aid offered.
Additional need-based financial aid assistance is determined by information we get from your FAFSA, which can be submitted at www.fafsa.ed.gov. More complete information about the financial aid process and our scholarships and grants is available on the Office of Financial Aid website. See the Office of Financial Aid See Costs & Tuition → Areas of study. Philosophy Major (curriculum)