The University of Alaska Fairbanks offers a brand new interdisciplinary education starting this fall semester.
The programme teaches a constructionist approach to address issues in the circumpolar North that are at the intersection of human, animal and environmental health. In addition to a mandatory course module of 19 credits, the programme offers 11-12 credits of advanced studies with either a community advocacy focus or a biomedical focus. These courses are followed by individual work to create a management plan for a previously identified societal problem.
Read more about the programme here!