School of Business & Education

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Department Chairperson: Franklin Elliott
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Phone: 928.674.3697

M.Ed., Administration and Supervision, Arizona State University
M.A., Education: Bilingual & Multicultural Education, Northern Arizona University
B.S., Education: Elementary Education, Northern Arizona University
A.A., Liberal Arts, Navajo Community College


Accounting, Associate of Applied Science
The Accounting program offers an Associate of Applied Science in Accounting degree and a Certificate in Bookkeeping. As an Accounting Technician, a student will be able to pursue further education in Accounting or seek employment.

Prerequisite: Students must complete the Bookkeeping Certificate program in order to be accepted into the Accounting degree program.


Administrative Office Specialist, Associate of Applied Science or Certificate
The Administrative Office Specialist program consists of certificate and Associate of Applied Science degree paths. Attitudes and knowledge of today’s workplace are emphasized for students in both certificate and degree courses. All of the equipment and software found in today’s business offices is utilized in our classrooms and curriculum. This program can launch a career in a business/office environment or be used as a stepping stone on the path to a higher professional degree.


Bookkeeping, Certificate
The Accounting Program offers the Certificate in Bookkeeping. A Bookkeeping Certificate, will enable students to find suitable entry-level employment as a bookkeeper in general office employment. Students have the option of continuing to earn an AAS degree in Accounting.


Early Childhood Multicultural, Associate of Science, or Bachelor of Science
Navajo Technical University is dedicated to prepare Early Childhood Professionals in a culturally and linguistically diverse environment at a baccalaureate level. Students work intensely and progressively to prepare for their State Early Childhood Teacher Licensure from Birth to 8 years old. This program provides a unique opportunity to assist present or future teachers of young children to use child development knowledge within the childcare, preschool and primary schools. This includes practical field experience, which will enhance their professional practice and gain competence in working with Infants through 8 years old and their families. Students complete 16 full weeks of Student Teaching at an approved site during their final semester. We look forward to you to join us to bring about change in the community in order to improve the lives and education of our children.

Students are required the following:

  • Federal, State, and Navajo Nation fingerprinting and background check
  • CPR/First Aid and Food Handling Training

Public Administration, Associate of Applied Science
The A.A.S. degree in Public Administration is awarded upon completion of a course in a cross- disciplinary program. Students will develop the skills and the intellectual discipline necessary to enter any Navajo Nation governmental office and provide worthwhile and creative administrative and managerial services. The course requirements for this program are comprised of courses offered among several existing certificate and degree programs.


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