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Re: Alaska Arctic Engineering Courses

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You Betcha. You could go to Russia and look across the water at Alaska. That should be more than enough qualification to do most anything (I was told repeatedly that this is the case) :-)


-gm

On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 8:33 AM, Paul Blomberg <paul.blomberg(--nospam--at)gmail.com> wrote:
I'm looking into getting a PE in Alaska (by comity) and was wondering if others in this group know of other alternatives for completing the arctic engineering requirement.  I've found the three universities (U of Washington, U of Alaska - Anchorage & Fairbanks) that offer courses but am interested in knowing if anyone knows if any courses are available to be taken remotely.
 
This is going to be an expensive license if I need to take a week off to attend a University course at a remote location.  Any alternatives?
 
Paul.
Phoenix, AZ