DALLAS, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- National American University announced Tuesday that it has entered into a license agreement with RefactorU to utilize RefactorU's curriculum in an NAU intensive 10-week coding bootcamp to be offered at NAU's Lewisville campus located near Dallas, Texas. NAU plans to begin offering the program in January 2017. Since 1941, when it first opened its doors in Rapid City, South Dakota, National American University has been committed to offering its students training programs that fill needs in the community. The University, then known as National School of Business, initially offered business training programs that helped veterans refocus the skills they learned in the military to management and operations. Since then, NAU has continually expanded its courses to adapt to the changing needs of its students and the economy at-large, moving into fields like healthcare and information technology, and increasing the number of its campuses. This coding bootcamp, utilizing RefactorU's curriculum, is one of many degree and training opportunities afforded by the University to its students. More information about NAU's coding bootcamp may be attained by visiting bootcamp.national.edu. "Our success and our commitment to students are rooted in the belief that quality educational opportunities should exist for every person who desires them," says Dr. Ronald Shape, President and CEO of National American University. "National American University is thrilled to offer a program with RefactorU's highly respected curriculum." "RefactorU is delighted to work with National American University on this effort," said Sean Daken, Founder & CEO of RefactorU. " National American University's 75-year history of providing top-notch career education to thousands of students is laudable. RefactorU is honored to help National American University accelerate the learning and development of its current and future creatives, makers, and technologists." NAU offers certificate, associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs in business, information technology, healthcare, and legal studies. During the past 75 years, NAU has grown to serve students at more than 30 locations offering courses in traditional, online, and hybrid formats, providing students increased flexibility to take classes at times and places convenient to their busy lifestyles.