Students who wish to pursue graduate study directed toward developing leadership knowledge and skills may pursue a master’s degree. Below are the graduate programs offered at North American University.
Master of Business Administration
The Online MBA at the North American University approaches business with humanity in mind. The program focuses on real-world skills and business fundamentals for business professionals by offering Data Analytics and Leadership and Change Management concentrations.
Master of Science in Computer Science
The Master of Science in Computer Science program offers students with the professional development that provides them with advance knowledge in four areas of specialization, including software engineering, data analytics, networking, and cyber security.
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction
The M.Ed in Curriculum and Instruction program gives students a sound foundational knowledge of human development, learning environments, and cognitive and behavioral models. This program is meant to equip students with skills to develop curricula and design/deliver superior instruction using technology with focus in Mathematics Education, Science Education and Educational Technology.
Master of Education in Educational Leadership
The 36 credit hour Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree program in Educational Leadership is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions essential to becoming effective educational leaders. The focus of program is to prepare leaders in public school leadership and administration is designed to meet the needs of students seeking to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions essential to becoming elective educational leaders.Masters of Education in Educational Leadership program is to prepare and educate exemplary practitioners; as school leaders who are capable of communicating and collaborating with school community members; as ethical leaders by adhering to legal principles to enrich the school’s climate, culture, and diverse learning infrastructure; as instructional leaders who promote the success of all students by designing curriculum, supervising the instruction,and facilitating the integration of technology; and as school leaders who possess administrative skills in managing, personnel, finance, and facilities.