It is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and has 36 satellite campuses in the state of Arizona. The university offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees.
As of fall 2013, 26,006 students were enrolled, 19,320 at the Flagstaff campus. The average cost of tuition and fees for a full-time, Arizona resident undergraduate student for two semesters is $9,692. NAU offers Flagstaff undergraduate students the Pledge Program that guarantees the same tuition rate for four years. For the Fall 2013 school year, out-of-state undergraduates will pay an estimated $22,094 for tuition and fees. NAU also participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange Program, which offers lower tuition rates for students from the Western United States. WUE tuition rates for fall 2013 are $12,680.
The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education classifies NAU as a research university with high research activity. NAU is governed by the Arizona Board of Regents.
Northern Arizona University research articles from Innovation Toronto
Nanjing Agricultural University, NAU, (Chinese: 南京农业大学; pinyin: Nánjīng nóngyè dàxué) is a public university located in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China. It offers courses in agriculture and sciences.
Nanjing Agricultural University
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NAU is one of China’s oldest universities of agricultural sciences under the administration of the Ministry of Education. The roots of the university can be traced back to the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural History of Sanjiang Normal School in 1902. Sanjiang Normal School later became Nanjing Higher Normal School, National Southeastern University, National Central University and Nanjing University, and reestablished agricultural faculty in 1917. The agricultural faculty became an agricultural college in 1927, and founded the first departments of Agronomy and Horticulture in Chinese universities.
Another main source of NAU is the agricultural faculty of University of Nanking established in 1914 and became agricultural college in 1930, and it established the first faculty of Forestry and department of Agronomics, and was the forerunner of four-year bachelor program in higher agricultural education in China. The two agricultural colleges were merged to form NAU in 1952.
Undergraduate students participate in SRT (Scientific Research Training) program to upgrade their research skills. The Graduate School was established in 2000, which makes NAU one of the 56 universities with graduate schools among more than 1000 universities and colleges in China.
Cooperation since the 1980s with Cornell University, USA, in the field of crop production incubated the State Key Laboratory of Plant Genetics and Germplasm Enhancement at the university and the National Center of Soybean Improvement. The university maintains close relationships with 30 universities in 10 countries.