National American University first opened in 1941 in Rapid City, South Dakota and has expanded since then to include multiple locations across the United States, as well as offering online education. The university provides not only classrooms and labs, in places like Albuquerque, New Mexico and Austin, Texas, but also offers student advising and campus support, whether that's for online students or those enrolled in campus-based learning. You'll find the opportunity to pursue a diploma, associate or bachelor's degree-based program as well as a variety of master's degree programs, ranging from a Master of Business Administration to a Master of Science in nursing.
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National American University employs not only full-time faculty, but also associate instructors. In fact, the school has recently adopted a motto called "The American Way," to reflect its mission and belief that everyone has a right to an education. As part of your instruction, faculty members will focus on providing you with real-world skills that will broaden your knowledge as you work toward graduation and on obtaining a position in your chosen field.
The majority of students at National American University are working adults. While the school was initially founded to provide support to veterans, it has expanded that support to include a broad variety of students facing modern challenges. That's why you'll find a number of services available, including advising, career services, and technical support, and that's true whether you are pursuing campus-based or online learning.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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