Many classes utilize case studies to highlight real-world application of business principles. At Northwestern, our small classes enable faculty to personally engage with you and pass on insights to thrive in a business environment, prepare for graduate programs, and serve the Lord in any profession.
If you have strong numerical, math, and organizational skills, desire to learn and apply practical business knowledge to help businesses, nonprofits, and other entities operate more effectively, using God's resources wisely and with integrity, and are interested in a career that offers the flexibility to work in any industry, this might be the right degree for you.
You will analyze data, develop critical thinking skills, and learn to communicate effectively.
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Accounting major 150 credit rule: This program meets the education requirements to sit for the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination. The State of Minnesota requires the completion of 150 credits to be “licensed” as a CPA; however, a 150-credit major is not required.
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Professors at Northwestern are focused on their students first. Our faculty include experts in their respective fields who want to help you grow in your faith while you earn your degree.
Using any form of delivery, Gwen Cossin conveys passion as she prepares students for their vocations and ministry at work. Her preparation in both industry and education provides a broad base of...Read Full Bio
Adjunct Instructor Justin Rohloff is a senior accountant at Korn Ferry and has previously worked in accounting for Target Corporation and as an audit associate at KPMG. He worked full time as he...