Master’s

Masters-page

The opportunity to choose your own path.

Harold D. Buckingham Graduate School

The goal of earning a master’s degree should be defined by you, not by your circumstances. No matter which path you’ve chosen, a graduate degree can help you advance with your current organization, explore opportunities with a new company, or even start fresh in a new industry. That’s why we offer affordable quality education for those who want to earn a master’s degree in business, management, and nursing. When you earn your Master's degree, you’re opening new opportunities for career development that can help you make a difference for you and your family. Find out more with these helpful resources:

 

National American University offers the following Master’s degree programs and associated concentration areas:

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

With an MBA you will have the opportunity to advance your knowledge and earn relevant skills in the field of business.

Concentration areas:

  • Accounting
  • E-Marketing
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Operations and Configuration Management
  • Project and Process Management
  • Generalist and Thesis options also available

Need more? Check out our MBA FAQs!

Master of Management (MM)

The MM program will help develop a well-rounded portfolio of management knowledge, along with the skills and abilities to meet the needs of any organization.

Concentration areas:

  • Criminal Justice Management
  • E-Marketing
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Technology Management
  • Operations and Configuration Management
  • Project and Process Management
  • Proprietary Higher Education Management
  • Generalist and Thesis options also available

Need more? Check out our MM FAQs!

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

  • The (MSN) online program will prepare you as a future nurse educator to teach undergraduate students in schools of nursing, assume leadership roles in staff development, and participate in innovative programs in health education within a global environment.

Need more? Check out our MSN FAQs!