State Licensing In compliance with United States Department of Education State Authorization Regulation in Section 600.9 Program Integrity Rule, National University has made a “good faith effort” in pursuing state authorization from all states and territories within the U.S. National University will continue to monitor developments in state laws in each state in which it enrolls students, and, if authorization or licensure is or becomes necessary, will obtain such additional approvals. Alabama (approved) Alaska (exemption filed) Arizona (exempt) Arkansas (approved) California (exemption filed) Colorado (exempt) Connecticut (exempt) District of Columbia (exempt) Florida (exempt)
• Master of Science
– Organizational Leadership » Specialization in Community Development • Bachelor of Arts – Management
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• Bachelor of Business Administration » Concentration in Accountancy
Georgia (approved) Hawaii (approved) Idaho (exemption filed) Illinois (exemption filed) Kentucky (approved) Louisiana (approved) Maine (exempt) Massachusetts (approved) Minnesota (approved) Mississippi (exempt) Montana (approved)
Nebraska (exempt) Nevada (approved) New Hampshire (exempt) New Jersey (exempt) New York (exempt) North Dakota (pending) Ohio (exempt) Oregon (approved only for the NU NBCT program)
• Bachelor of Science – Accountancy
» Specialization in Accounting Professional Skills – Financial Management – Organizational Leadership
Regulatory Disclosures The following disclosures are required by various state regulatory authorities:
Pennsylvania (approved) South Carolina (exempt) South Dakota (exemption filed) Tennessee (exempt) Texas (approved) Utah (approved) Vermont (exemption filed)
Arkansas Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board certification does not constitute an endorsement of any institution or program. Such certification merely indicates that certain criteria have beenmet as required under the rules and regulations implementing institutional and program certification as defined in Arkansas Code §6-61-301. Minnesota National University is registered as a Private Institution with the Minnesota Office of Higher Education pursuant to sections 136A.61 to 136A.71. Registration is not an endorsement of the institution. Credit earned at institution may not transfer to all other institution. HIS 233 and HIS 234 courses are not recognized as Humanities classes in Minnesota. Minnesota residents must be required to complete other Humanities classes to satisfy the Minnesota Degree Standards. ILR 260 is not recognized as an English or Communication class in Minnesota. Minnesota residents must be required to complete other English or Communication class to satisfy the Minnesota Degree Standards. Texas National University has permission to operate in the state of Texas, and has been regionally accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission since 1977. The Texas State Board of Accountancy’s new regulations preclude National University graduates from being qualified applicants for the CPA exam in Texas.
Washington (exempt) West Virginia (exempt) Wyoming (approved) Virginia Refund Policy
Students are accepted and registered for classes with the understanding that they will attend the entire course. Faculty contracts, the commitment of space, and other University resources are made on that assumption, creating financial obligations that students who withdraw must share. National University’s refund policy reflects this position. Students may withdraw themselves from class prior to midnight of the ninth (9th) day of the session by contacting their admissions advisor. To accurately count session days, note that the first day of a session—not the actual day a student attends class—counts as day one of that session. The University counts calendar days rather than business days for determining refunds. As such, if the first day of the session is a Monday, the student would need to withdraw prior to midnight of the following Tuesday, the ninth day of that session.
GENERAL CATALOG 2018 // NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
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