• Earn a Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited Institution.

  • Northern Arizona University is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. For more information, visit www.ncahlc.org.



  • Computer Information Technology

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)


    This degree will give you the tools to help you advance in your career as a business analyst, programmer, IT administrator, Web developer or project manager.

    In this program, students will receive:

    • Hands-on experience using the latest technologies.
    • Skills and knowledge toward common IT certifications.
    • A strong foundation for continuous learning and career development.
    • The communication and business skills necessary to advance in your career.

     


  • Liberal Arts

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)


    Core competencies for this degree are based on the qualities that employers value most. Students study broadly from history, philosophy, literature and the arts, and translate these exercises into relevant, valuable skills.

    Students will learn to:

    • Communicate well with diverse populations.
    • Analyze and solve complex problems.
    • Think critically across interdisciplinary concepts.
    • Develop and present strong analyses and arguments.

     


  • Small Business Administration

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)

    This unique bachelor’s degree program can help you turn a business idea into reality.

    Students will learn to:

    • Research market risks and opportunities.
    • Evaluate options for doing business, from franchising to e-commerce.
    • Explore finance and legal options for small businesses.
    • Implement proven operational, marketing, financial, and HR strategies.

     

  • You'll gain real-world experience through an internship or by advancing your current work. For a capstone project, you'll also develop a complete business plan.

    Learn more about our affordable tuition and how Personalized Learning works.

  • The NAU academic catalog is the official, authoritative source for all academic requirements and policies. Any discrepancies in curricular requirements from other sources will default to the catalog as the official, authoritative source.

    *For details, visit ncahlc.org or call 800-621-7440.

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