For fall 2020, all classes at NAU will be taught with NAUFlex. NAUFlex allows students on campus and remotely to participate in class, in real time, together. With NAUFlex, all students are part of the classroom experience, can ask questions, and interact, while maintaining social distancing standards for safety. Students can keep up to date with the latest developments using the university's dedicated portal set up in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Accelerated Culinary Arts Program at CIA
Those studying for a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management at NAU now have the opportunity to take the related culinary arts program at the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). This is a ten-month program that combines courses those at NAU have studied, and counts towards the ACAP certificate.
NAU consistently ranks among the top ten best hotel and restaurant management programs across the globe. However, it doesn't have a specific program for culinary arts, so this is an excellent opportunity for those interested in exploring the area. The CIA in Napa Valley is one of the most established and esteemed institutions for powerful educational programs within the sector.