"UoNA is a great community. I have benefited tremendously through learning from my fellow classmates and the professors.
The staff at UoNA are incredibly supportive and responsive. Whenever I have difficulties in school or at internships, they always help me tackle those issues in a timely manner."
Clara Ma, MSIT program graduate
The University of North America is not your typical institution. They work well with students like me who have a career and a family and can’t just stop working for two or more years to complete a Doctorate or Master’s degree.
UoNA understands that business executives, military officers and working people who want an advanced degree cannot go to classes when it is convenient for the professors… we need and want classes that are offered when we are not at work, like during the weekends or weekday nights.
Unlike many small institutions, the University of North America is accredited. Its accreditation by the Accrediting Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is proof that this institution invests in its professors, curriculum, student services, and most importantly its smaller class sizes necessary to help their students succeed.
As a fifty year old father of five, going back to school to obtain a doctoral degree was no easy task. I’m convinced if it were not for the professors, administrators, and my fellow students at UoNA, I would have dropped out of the program.
If you are a military officer or business executive like I am, with very limited time, this is the university for you.
William E. Yaglou
Senior Vice President, Sodexo, program graduate
My first encounter with the Splunk software was Data 521, a course I took in summer 2016. In this course, we used Splunk to determine some variables on the projects, such as events, stats, charts, sales analyses, Geo locations and deriving IP addresses. The course gave me an in-depth knowledge of Splunk.
Fast forward to April 2017. I got an interview with the Splunk company, the company that makes the Splunk software. They were very impressed during the interview that I have a good knowledge of the software. I was offered a position as a support engineer for the company!
I would like to thank Prof. John Hsu for his awesome skills in teaching the course and also the university president Mrs. Jill Martin and all of the UoNA staff members for doing a tremendous job in helping students grow in and out of the classroom.
Joseph Iriogbe, MSIT program graduate
Support Engineer, Splunk