This Fall 2020 semester, UAF Community & Technical College is offering more distance and online course options than ever before in response to the COVID-19 crisis. CTC’s distance courses come in a variety of forms that work with different learning styles and schedules. Some courses that would normally be an in-class lecture, may now either be a video conference lecture, on a scheduled day and time or a course that you can work on at your own schedule.
Distance classes that are program-specific will vary based on learning material and hands-on requirements for skill-based requirements. A good example of this is the Culinary Arts & Hospitality program. They will have some online coursework, but will also practice hands-on skills in the kitchen. Other CTC programs that will mix online and in-person courses include Process Technology, Fire Science, health care programs and more.
CTC also has fully online programs such as the Associate of Arts, Applied Business and Accounting, Early Childhood Education, Medical Billing & Coding, Paralegal Studies, Information Technology, and more.
In addition to distance courses, CTC will also offer in-person courses that follow UAF’s COVID-19 policies for safety, including masks, sanitation, and social distancing.