Thinking about completing your bachelor’s degree at NAU-Mesa?
NAU and MCC have partnered to offer on-site degree programs in Elementary Education, Special & Elementary Education, Industrial Leadership 90/30, Strategic Leadership 90/30 and Applied Human Behavior 90/30.
90/30 programs allow students to complete up to 90 credits at MCC, leaving only 30 credits to be completed at NAU. Participating in a 90/30 program allows you to maximize transfer credits, save significantly on tuition, and earn an industry-recognized bachelor’s degree from a university that cares about your education and career goals.
Interested in nursing or dental hygiene?
NAU and MCC have partnered to offer you a 90/30 Concurrent Enrollment Program in Nursing or Dental Hygiene. Concurrent enrollment programs allow you to graduate with your associate and bachelor degrees at the same time!
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NAU at Mesa Community College
NAU at MCC is one of our many statewide locations throughout Arizona. Learn close to home while accessing the same high-quality education, faculty mentorship, and student-centered experience that NAU has cultivated for more than 100 years—and earn the same nationally renowned, fully accredited degree when you graduate.
Degrees offered at this location
2NAU Pathway Program
The 2NAU pathway program was developed through partnerships between NAU and the Arizona community colleges. This program provides you with a seamless path to earn an affordable and respected NAU bachelor’s degree. You will begin your coursework at your community college, then transfer to NAU in Flagstaff, Online, or to one of our Statewide locations to finish your degree.
We recommend signing up for this program at least two semesters before you are ready to transfer to maximize the benefits including a merit-based scholarship.
- Additional information and participation form.
- Start planning your path to NAU with Jack’s Path. Compare degrees, see immediately how your credits transfer, and create a personalized academic plan.
Mesa Community College is at the intersection of W Southern Ave. and S Dobson Ave. just north of US Route 60.