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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.11 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.10 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.10 responses
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Business Administration and Management8 Graduates
Cardiovascular Technician3 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Safety Studies2 Graduates
Information Technology2 Graduates
Medical Assistant2 Graduates
Cosmetology Instruction and Salon Management1 Graduate
Health Care Management1 Graduate
Human Resources Management1 Graduate
Medical Insurance Coding1 Graduate
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National American University - Austin Reviews
National American University is one of the most affordable private institutions of learning in the united States. I like NAU because it affords working adults the opportunity to go to school despite their busy schedules with work and family. This University offers 4 semesters in one year: spring, summer, fall and winter. This allows students to completed as quickly as they can. National American University's excellent teacher to students ratio makes it a wonderful place to learn.
I am in the first round of nursing students to go through this school and things are still a little out of control. BUT the teachers that are here are exceptionally great! They make all the stress and craziness worth it.
I love National American University in Austin. The instructors are great and helpful, my classrooms are pretty cool, and students support you in the online classrooms. The staff at my school takes their time with you and helps you in deciding what is the best course of action. Never experienced this with any other college. I love doing the online right now and the feed back really helps me believe that I am smart, which I do not get at home. The program I chose is Medical Assisting Associates since I am a CNA, I want to further my career before I die and before my beautiful grandsons turn 16 so that grandma can help pay for their education. I have put this off for a few years going to community college and just saying enough because they did not guide me in the right path otherwise I would be an LVN by now. I want to finish this, one more hurdle as I found out I have to have a kidney removed soon, but that and my mom passing has not stopped me from achieving my goal!