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Navajo Technical University
Lowerpoint Road, State Hwy 371
Crownpoint NM 87313

Phone: 505.786.4100
Fax: 505.786.5644

 

Chinle Instructional Site
PO Box 849, Chinle AZ, 86503
Phone: 928.674.5764
Fax: 928.674.5700

 

Teec Nos Pos Instructional Site
PO Box 1203, Teec Nos Pos, AZ 86514
Phone: 928.656.3600
Fax: 928.656.3596

 

Kirtland Instructional Site
540 Road 6580, Kirtland, NM 87417
Phone: 505.598.4580

 

Zuni Instructional Site
67 301 North, Zuni, NM 87327
Phone: 505.782.6010

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Certificate

Upon successful completion of a specific career program listed in the catalog, students will receive a certificate if they have passed all the required coursework, including general education requirements, maintained a cumulative GPA of 2.00 or better, and have satisfied any outstanding debt to the university.

Each student in a Certificate program at Navajo Technical University must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours of general education.

Certificate students are required to take CMP-101 (Introduction to Computers) in their first semester, preferably before at least concurrently with their English course. General education English courses incorporate the use of various types of computer technology in the classroom and rely heavily upon computer-generated assessments.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Associate of Arts

An A.A. degree provides a foundation in general education including courses in mathematics, humanities and social sciences, communication, and natural sciences. Students may transfer their degree credits to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree in the arts or sciences.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Associate of Applied Science

An A.A.S. degree program prepares students to enter either skilled or paraprofessional occupations or to upgrade workplace skills and knowledge. An A.A.S. program is not intended to transfer to a bachelor’s degree, although certain courses may be accepted at some institutions. The exception to this rule is when an A.A.S. is used to enter a B.A.S. program.

Any student seeking an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science degree must complete a minimum of 23 credit hours of general education, unless otherwise indicated in the curriculum. Associate degree students are advised to take CMP-101 in their first semester as subsequent courses in many programs, and especially in general education English courses, will rely on the use of computer technology and/or will require computer-generated assessments.

Some programs require additional credits and/or specific credit hours or courses in General Education check their specific program requirements. Some courses may qualify in more than one category of General Education, (subjects such as Diné Studies and Humanities).


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Associate of Science

An A.S. degree is an associate degree in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) or in an area of Career Technical Education (CTE) such as Early Childhood Education.

Any student seeking an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science degree must complete a minimum of 23 credit hours of general education, unless otherwise indicated in the curriculum. Associate degree students are advised to take CMP-101 in their first semester as subsequent courses in many programs, and especially in general education English courses, will rely on the use of computer technology and/or will require computer-generated assessments.

Some programs require additional credits and/or specific credit hours or courses in General Education check their specific program requirements. Some courses may qualify in more than one category of General Education, (subjects such as Diné Studies and Humanities).


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Bachelor of Applied Science

An undergraduate degree that focuses studies on an applied science with hands-on projects or fieldwork. A B.A.S. degree is designed for students that work immediately after graduation; they are more focused on vocational subjects. Students pursuing a B.A.S. degree normally build on an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Any student seeking a Baccalaureate degree must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of general education and 43 credit hours of core courses. Students in the baccalaureate degree programs are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in the upper division courses, i.e., 300 and 400 level courses before they can graduate.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Bachelor of Fine Arts

A Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing and New Media requires 133 credit hours. The minimum credit load for a full-time student is 12 hours per semester. New students are accepted in both fall and spring semesters. For admissions information contact our Admissions Office at 505.786.4107.

Any student seeking a Baccalaureate degree must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of general education and 43 credit hours of core courses. Students in the baccalaureate degree programs are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in the upper division courses, i.e., 300 and 400 level courses before they can graduate.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Bachelor of Arts

Graduate and professional schools typically require a four-year B.A. or B.S. for admission. The curriculum of a traditional B.A. degree is centered on providing a well-rounded, liberal arts education. Students pursuing a BA are not required to have an Associate's Degree.

Any student seeking a Baccalaureate degree must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of general education and 43 credit hours of core courses. Students in the baccalaureate degree programs are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in the upper division courses, i.e., 300 and 400 level courses before they can graduate.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Bachelor of Science

B.S. programs normally require a student to take the majority of their courses (usually 1/2 or 3/4) in the sciences, namely life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, or the mathematical sciences. Graduate and professional schools typically require a four-year B.S. or B.A. for admission. Students pursuing a B.S. are not required to have an Associate's Degree.

Any student seeking a Baccalaureate degree must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of general education and 43 credit hours of core courses. Students in the baccalaureate degree programs are required to complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in the upper division courses, i.e., 300 and 400 level courses before they can graduate.


Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Master of Arts

Grow with Navajo Technical University, while earning your Master of Arts degree. A bachelor degree, in science or art, is required to obtain your Master degree. Help make Navajo Nation that much better with an advance degree as other degrees are developed in the coming years. Make a contribution to the quality education Diné need and make Navajo Nation better educated.

Graduates of the program will obtain professional benefits from their experience as graduate students. Typical roles for the graduates, in addition to their bachelor degree, immediately after their graduation will be:

  • K-12 Cultural Teachers
  • Health Care Workers
  • Community Workers
  • Behavioral Health Workers
  • Social Workers
  • Traditional Culture & Language Teachers
  • Diné Language Teachers
  • Community Leaders
  • Tribal Council Leaders
  • Department Leaders

Federal regulations require institutions participating in student financial assistance programs authorized under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 to report certain information about students who enrolled in Title IV eligible education programs.

Student Clubs

The Student Senate has Chartered 13 clubs