Did you know that the College of Business and Public Policy has a minor in Alaska Native Business Management? Forty-three years after passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA), Alaska Native Corporations have diversified into successful state, national and global companies and Native non-profits have developed comprehensive statewide services, giving rise to a need for greater numbers of business professionals educated in the culture and management practices of Alaska Native organizations. Take a look at this new direction at UAA’s College of Business and Public Policy. See details on the minor at: http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/cbpp/academics/management/anbm.cfm
Consider declaring the minor or taking one of the classes as an elective.
· BA A201 Introduction to Alaska Native Business – CRN 79080 – 1 credit, meets October 30 and November 6 (two consecutive Fridays, all day, lunches provided both days.)
· BA A401 Alaska Native Corporation Business Management – CRN 73401 – 3 credit, meets Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
BBA students must meet upper-division standing to register for BA A401. Non-BBA students, including non-degree seeking) can have the pre-requisite requirements waived. Contact Sharon Lind with any questions.
Register for BA A201 CRN: 79080 or BA A401 CRN: 73401 in UAONLINE today!
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn about a unique sector of business within Alaska. If you have any questions about these classes or the minor please contact Sharon Lind at email@example.com.