The University of North America, located in Fairfax, Virginia, is pleased to announce 4 NEW Master of Science degrees for 2019, in the highly sought-after fields such as Cyber Security and Big Data.
Added to the 5 existing degree programs, the 4 new programs are:
Master of Science in Accounting and Finance;
Master of Science in Cyber Security;
Master of Science in Management and Data Analytics; and
Master of Science in System and Application Engineering.
These new degree programs will provide students the opportunity to earn degrees in high demand careers. Jill Martin, President of UoNA, states that “these new degrees are a continuing commitment to the college’s focus on student success and it’s continuing effort to provide a true “applied learning” experience for students.” All of these programs are currently accepting applications for the Winter 2019 term.
UoNA is celebrating it’s 10 year anniversary in 2019. In the past 10 years, the university has provided students an opportunity to study and learn with an experienced and well credentialed faculty in a learning environment with strong industry involvement.
In 2017, the university moved into a new 4-story campus building in the Fair Lakes area. Included in the new campus building are state of the art technology equipped classrooms, study areas, office space, and a newly designed learning resource center.
Graduates of the University of North America are currently working in some of the area’s top business and technology corporations.
In addition, the university offers bachelor’s degrees in Information Technology and Business. It encourages students who may want to transfer to discuss with the school about possible credit transfers.
The university is fully accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools through 2021. In addition, the university is certified by SCHEV to offer degrees in Virginia and is authorized to enroll international students.
For further information please go to the university website (uona.edu), or call 571-633-9651.