National University to Offer Teacher Education Programs in Contra Costa County Through Partnership with John F. Kennedy University

To help meet a need to prepare qualified teachers for unfilled teaching positions in Contra Costa County, the National University Sanford College of Education will expand its offerings to the John F. Kennedy campus in Pleasant Hill, following the approval this month from the WASC Senior College and University Commission.

National University Partners with The Salvation Army SoCal to Expand Los Angeles Health Care Services

National University, a private, nonprofit university based in California, and The Salvation Army sites of Compton and Inglewood are pleased to announce a partnership that will allow the University to expand its Nurse-Managed Clinic services for clients at these community centers to get the care they need through in-person and innovative telehealth services.

National University's Master of Criminal Justice Program Ranked #15 by U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report has ranked the private, nonprofit National University's online Master of Criminal Justice among the Best Online Graduate Criminal Justice Programs in the nation. National University's program was ranked #15 nationwide based on a rigorous assessment of dozens of schools in five categories of student engagement; faculty credentials and training; admissions selectivity; peer reputation; and student services and technology.

National University Offers a New Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Cybersecurity

To address the increasing demand for cybersecurity professionals, National University’s School of Engineering and Computing is expanding its cybersecurity degree offerings by launching a Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Cybersecurity (BSCYB). The program builds on the successes of National University’s cybersecurity-focused graduate degree by offering even more opportunities for students to specialize at the undergraduate level.

National University Highlights Exceptional Student, Jayshree D. Patel, on International Women's Day

March is Women's History Month, and on March 8 we specifically celebrate International Women's Day. This year's theme, Be Bold for Change, calls to mind one of National University's international students who continues to persevere toward achieving her educational goals.

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