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National American University Teams Up with Interactive College of Technology - PR Web

National American University Teams Up with Interactive College of Technology - PR Web


National American University Teams Up with Interactive College of Technology - PR Web

Posted: 14 Dec 2020 03:05 AM PST

...make higher education even more accessible to ICT's degree-seeking students

National American University (NAU) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with the Interactive College of Technology (ICT) in Chamblee, GA, to enhance educational opportunities for graduates of ICT.

The relationship between the two institutions allows ICT graduates to continue their education in an NAU online degree program, including associate degree programs in Management and Medical Administrative Assistant, or bachelor's programs in Business Administration, Construction Management, Healthcare Management, Information Technology and Management. Under the agreement, NAU will provide ICT graduates the opportunity to participate in online classes at a reduced tuition rate and study when and where they choose.

"National American University has a long history of working with community and technical colleges to help working adults and other non-traditional students take the next step in their education and career journey. We are excited to work with Interactive College of Technology to make higher education even more accessible to ICT's degree-seeking students," commented Dr. Ronald Shape, National American University President.

For more information, please contact Amanda Oppel at 816.412.7702 or aoppel@national.edu.

About Interactive College of Technology
Headquartered in Chamblee, GA, Interactive College of Technology has seven campuses in Georgia, Texas and Kentucky. The institution is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education (COE), and offers Associate of Science Degrees and Diploma programs in technology and business, as well as one of the most comprehensive English as a Second Language programs in the United States. For nearly 40 years ICT's mission has been to educate and train success-driven men and women by providing training and certification opportunities for in-demand occupations that lead to well-paying positions.

About National American University
Regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, National American University has been preparing students for careers in technical and professional fields since 1941. Today, NAU offers online doctoral, master's, bachelor's associate, diploma, and certificate programs, including programs in Healthcare Management, Business, Accounting, Technology, Criminal Justice, and Strategic Security.

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