We expanded our academic offering to include these programs to combat the rising need of healthcare and medical workers.
Rapid City, SD (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
With the winter term approaching on December 3rd, 2012, National American University is proud to announce their new academic programs in order to keep up with the ever-growing medical industry. NAU has recently added programs such as invasive cardiovascular technology, clinical laboratory technician, and occupational therapy assistant in order to better fit their students' needs. According to a representative of National American University, “We expanded our academic offering to include these programs to combat the rising need of healthcare and medical workers." The university strongly believes in the value that these career paths hold and believe that "jobs and careers in these industries are very rewarding."
All of National American University's programs in a student-centered and supportive learning environment accomplished through innovative courses. NAU’s Associate of Applied Science degree program in Clinical Laboratory Technician (CLT) prepares students from diverse backgrounds for rewarding careers in medical and scientific laboratories. In this program, students acquire the knowledge and practical skills to perform a variety of laboratory tasks. NAU's Invasive Cardiovascular Technology (CVT) program is designed to train students to function in cardiac catheterization labs to prepare the patient and the lab while their occupational therapy assistant program offers a blended delivery format designed to provide students with a strong foundation in the theory and nature of occupation, as well as hands-on opportunities.
NAU's small class sizes, open enrollment policy, competitive tuition, and state-of-the-art equipment and labs are what make the university so successful. National American University hosts an open enrollment policy, which accepts all students with a valid high school diploma or GED. They do not base acceptance, nor require, SAT or ACT scores or a certain high school GPA. If you're interested in attending National American University or have questions about their new programs, be sure to contact a representative today, who will help you decide whether or not NAU is right for you.