LOUISVILLE, Ky. – National College, a long-established institution of higher learning in the local area now has a new name. The Louisville Campus, along with the College’s other Kentucky campuses in Florence, Pikeville, Richmond, Lexington, and Danville, have become campuses of American National University. This change reflects the continuous evolution of the institution since 1886, including the addition of numerous bachelor’s and master’s degree programs available to Kentucky students through American National University’s virtual campus, physical campus, or a combined learning method which encompasses both online and onsite courses.
“The continued development of academic programs and professional training opportunities at our Kentucky Campuses reflects the same evolutionary process behind the transition of our Virginia, West Virginia, Indiana, and Ohio campuses to university status,” says American National University President Frank Longaker.
Programs such as the bachelor’s degree in medical health services management allow graduates from any of our health science associate degree programs (medical assisting, surgical technology, pharmacy technician, or health information management) that possess a certification in their field or a year’s work experience to enroll as a college junior and complete their bachelor’s degree in two years or less. With nine bachelor’s and three master’s degree programs currently available, American National University offers the educational path needed to fit a lifetime of career goals.
National College campuses in Florence, Pikeville, Richmond, Lexington, and Danville are also affected by the transition. Frequently asked questions about the transition can be found at http://www.an.edu/about/questions/.
The Louisville Campus has been offering a career-oriented education to area students since 1991. The next term begins July 20.