NAU’s Associate of Applied Science in Management offered at its Ellsworth AFB location is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have acquired occupation-related training at community colleges, technical institutions, military service schools, industry-related schools, or training classrooms in their field of specialty. Combined with our sound business and general education courses found in our online business degree programs, this degree in management will prepare you for advancement in management areas associated with your specialty field.
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“In my current location, I am afforded multiple options to attend classes whether it’s at the Ellsworth campus, Rapid City campus, or DL. The faculty and staff are more than willing to assist in any matter. My profession of as a Flight-line Maintainer is very demanding with shift schedules, TDY's, and deployment rotations. NAU understands the dynamics of not being a traditional student and works with me to allow me to continue working toward my educational goals.”
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National American University’s Ellsworth location is conveniently located in the heart of Ellsworth Air Force Base in western South Dakota. Since 1974, the Ellsworth campus has been serving active duty, reserve, National Guard, and retired military personnel, as well as military families, veterans receiving VA benefits, DOD employees and their dependents, base contractors, and residents of nearby Box Elder. NAU’s Ellsworth campus offers Bachelor of Science and Associate of Applied Science degree programs and classes that meet the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) requirements for oral communications, written communications, humanities, math, and social science. The Ellsworth campus is located in the Rushmore Center at 1000 Ellsworth Street.