NAU’S VIRTUAL COMMENCEMENT

NAU’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19

NAU Partnered with DCC to Stock Food Pantries for Students

National American University (NAU) is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the Dallas College Virtual Conference Day 2020, which was held on August 21st, 2020. Through this partnership, NAU is helping provide financial support for the Dallas College Food Pantries, ensuring the continued operation and service to students with food insecurities. This resource has been

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What Are the Most Important Principles of Risk Management?

Every business in every industry could be at risk every day. Those risks may be of a financial or legal nature. They could be caused by natural or manmade disasters. Or, they could stem from poor strategic planning. No matter what risks your organization may face, you will need a risk management plan to help

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Tips to Get the Most Out of Online Classes

An online degree program can offer the flexibility and freedom that a traditional program cannot. You can attend class where you want, when you want, and without a commute back and forth to a college campus. An online degree program can also offer more than just a degree. It can provide valuable resources that can

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NAU Associate Professor Becomes Chief of Police in Rapid City!

NAU Associate Professor, Don Hedrick has been sworn in as the Chief of Police for Rapid City, South Dakota. On August 17th, 2020, National American University’s Associate Professor, Don Hedrick, was sworn into service as the Rapid City Police Department’s (RCPD’s) Chief of Police during that evening’s City Council meeting. Don’s appointment was unanimously confirmed

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How to Become a Medical Office Manager: What You Need to Know

As a Medical Office Manager, you would be an important member of a healthcare team. Just as doctors and nurses are responsible for the care of their patients, you would be responsible for the care of a physician’s office or clinic department. If you’d like to enter this personally and financially rewarding career, you’ll need

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How Would an Ed.D. Program Help You Excel in Your Business Career?

Corporate America often turns to academia when on the search for critical thinkers who have advanced degrees. The practice is so common, in fact, that the private sector now employs nearly as many Ph.D.s as educational institutions do. But while Ph.D. scholars focus on theoretical studies, those in Ed.D. programs learn practical skills that are

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NAU’s Affordability | Interview with Stephanie Jones

When National American University rolled out its new tiered tuition structure last month it was cheered by our team as a game-changer. The program rewards a student’s commitment to their education by providing reductions per credit hour as they progress through an undergraduate program. That means the closer you get to graduation the more of

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Alumni Spotlight: LaShae Johnson

National American University alumna LaShae Johnson shares how having a professor who cared, positively impacted her educational journey. LaShae Johnson received an associate degree in professional legal services and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from National American University. She is a six-year veteran of the United States Army and owns her own small business,

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COVID-19 is Changing the Future of Healthcare

Many areas of healthcare were already evolving to meet the challenges of rising costs, competing priorities, and a lack of resources. COVID-19 brought some of these issues to a tipping point. We asked our NAU healthcare faculty members, some of whom are on the front lines of providing care, what’s changing as a result of

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How to Get a Higher Return on Your College Investment

It’s a fact that higher education pays. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics employees with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of 60% more per year than those with no education beyond a high school diploma. That additional salary goes a long way toward increasing the return on investment for an undergraduate degree. And

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