North American University offers three baccalaureate degrees:
- Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
- Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies in Education
- North American University offers Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership
Department of Business Administration
Business Administration program provides our students with a high-quality education and prepares them to become proficient and responsible managers in which today’s business environment needs the most. Our graduates are acquainted with information related to the legal framework of the business world, and are well prepared for a changing business environment with a global perspective.
Department of Computer Science
The North American University Computer Science Department provides students with a high-quality education which prepares them for long and successful careers in industry, academia and/or government. Our graduates gain skills to solve modern society’s many complex technological problems and acquire life-long learning skills to help them adapt to changing computing technologies and work environments. Our graduates also develop strong oral and written communication skills, and a clear understanding of ethical issues related to the computing profession.
Department of Education
The Department of Education provides students with a high-quality education that enables them to prepare curricula, design and deliver instruction using state-of-the-art instructional technology, communicate with parents and students, and manage classrooms effectively based on a sound foundational knowledge of human development, learning environments, and cognitive and behavioral models. Our graduates also develop life-long learning skills and recognition of ethical issues within their profession.
All students seeking a Bachelor’s degree are required to complete 36 hours of General Education courses at NAU.
The General Education Program provides students with a high-quality education enabling them to acquire, analyze, interpret, and synthesize information and knowledge; to communicate effectively in writing and speech; to reason critically, symbolically, quantitatively and scientifically; to recognize ethical issues; to appreciate diversity; to utilize information technology effectively; and to develop latent artistic skills.