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Alaska Design Schools

July 2, 2013

Design is a broad field that includes commercial and industrial design, interior design, fashion design, graphic design, production design, and more. Each area, however, has its own required skills, degree requirements, and major industries served. For example, many graphic designers work in the advertising industry while commercial and industrial designers might work for architectural or engineering firms. No matter which area of design you are interested in, training and special skills are required for entry into any given design field.

Alaska Business Schools

March 14, 2013

The nation’s top business schools have one thing in common – they excel in all six business competencies by offering unparalled preparation for entry into the aggressive business world. There are six core business competencies in business school including accounting, finance, general management, global management, marketing, and operations. Although not highly publicized like most other states’ schools, Alaska business schools still fare well in all six areas.

Alaska Art Schools

March 14, 2013

A degree in art can lead to a career in a variety of all fields such as advertising art, graphic design, illustration, animation, video game design, photography, and more. Fortunately, art schools (and plenty of art museums and galleries) can be found all over the U.S. from Maine to Alaska. Alaska is home to popular art museums such as The Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center and dozens of art galleries such as Scanlon Gallery and The Alaska House Art Gallery. Alaska is also home to top art schools such Alaska’s art schools include University of Alaska, Anchorage-UAA Art Department (est. 1954) and University of Alaska, Fairbanks-UAF Art Department (est. 1917).

Alabama Design Schools

March 14, 2013

Design is a broad field that includes commercial and industrial design, interior design, fashion design, graphic design, production design, and more. Each area, however, has its own required skills, degree requirements, and major industries served. For example, many graphic designers work in the advertising industry while commercial and industrial designers might work for architectural or engineering firms. No matter which area of design you are interested in, training and special skills are required for entry into any given design field. This means, the journey from aspiring designer to professional designer begins with design school.

Alabama Business Schools

March 14, 2013

The nation’s foremost business schools have one thing in common – they excel in all six business competencies by offering unparalled preparation for entry into the aggressive business world. There are six core business competencies in business school are accounting, finance, general management, global management, marketing, and operations. The nation’s leading business schools can be found all over the country from the Massachusetts to Alabama to California. In Alabama, more than a dozen business schools made the cut.

Alabama Art Schools

March 14, 2013

Alabama Art Schools

Art is a broad field that includes multimedia and film, ceramics, drawing, illustration, metalsmithing and jewelry, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture. Each discipline has its own required skills, degree requirements, and major industries served. For example, many multimedia artist work in the advertising and film industries and many sculptors work for government funded projects such as parks and other vast public spaces as well as museums and more. No matter which industry you choose, training and special skills are needed to be successful in any given career field. To give yourself an advantage, you should begin your training in art school.

Airline Pilots, Copilots, & Flight Engineers at a Glance

Airline pilots, copilots, & flight engineers pilot and navigate aircraft for the transport of passengers and cargo. Airline pilots, copilots, & flight engineers typically work with a team of flight attendants, crewmembers, and personnel on the ground during takeoffs, during the duration of the flight, and during landings. Airline pilots, copilots, & flight engineers use a wide variety of electronic equipment such as gauges, control panels, and flight management computers to guide the flight.  

Aircraft Mechanics & Service Technicians  at a Glance

Aircraft mechanics & service technicians make sure that aircraft operate safely and efficiently. They perform everything from repair and adjustments to aircraft engines to a complete overhaul. On any given day, aircraft mechanics & service technicians may consult maintenance manuals, inspect completed work, conduct routine inspections, and document all maintenance activities in a repair log. 

Air Traffic Controllers at a Glance

Air traffic controllers help aircraft move safely through in the air and on the ground by using radar and other electronic equipment to direct ground  movement, takeoffs, and direct landings. They keep pilots abreast of changes in weather and they keep aircraft a safe distance apart during flights. Airport tower controllers direct the flow of aircraft in and out of the airport only and flight service specialists help maintain safety by informing pilots of weather conditions, terrain issues, and the best routes in their immediate area. Air traffic controllers’ main responsibility is safety, but they also help with emergencies that may involve searching for missing aircraft and they also help to minimize delays.

Agricultural Engineers at a Glance

Agricultural engineers apply physical sciences and engineering technology to agricultural systems. They design agricultural production systems, machinery, and equipment whose main purpose is to capture carbon dioxide, sunlight, and water which mixes with mineral compounds from soil to produce energy that contain chemical compounds. These chemical compounds are the main source of nutrition for all living things. In addition, agricultural engineers design these systems to produce chemical compounds to be used as raw material for processors and manufacturers in order to produce dozens of products outside of nutrition for humans and animals.

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