This two-year program of study leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Information Technology at NAU's Indianapolis, IN school and is designed to provide education for various entry-level positions in the information systems (IT) field.
To learn more about program goals, learning outcomes, and course descriptions, view the . For more information call (800) 609-1430 or visit the Indianapolis campus page.
*Source: National Center for O*NET Development. O*NET OnLine. www.onetonline.org
- Computer User Support Specialists
- Computer Network Support Specialists
- Principle of Programming
- Introduction to Database
- Internetworking Fundamentals
- Database Design and Management
- Website & Web Application Design
Students in some programs may be required to take online classes and attend classes at different locations.
"The culture. I left NAU for a little over a year and new instantly that I had made the wrong decision. The culture here is like no other – we are a family, we work together – we are a team and we celebrate each other’s successes and pick each other up."
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National American University’s Indianapolis campus has been serving students in the area since 2012. The Indianapolis campus offers the convenience of online classes, or a combination of both online and on ground classes. Students can pursue an associate or bachelor's degree in a wide variety of programs. Located just off of Interstate 465 and Michigan Road on the north side, the Indianapolis campus is easily accessible from all areas of Indianapolis and the surrounding communities.