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Get equipped for business careers in corporations, nonprofits, and ministries. Engage in the business world under the guidance of Christian faculty with global experience. Our business administration degree provides you with a well-rounded Christian business program. You can also choose a concentration based on your career interests.
You can customize this major with a concentration in your area of interest. Students and employers love the flexibility of the business administration degree.
You can also add a graduate degree to your experience by enrolling in the Bachelors/Accelerated Master's degree plan.
Northwestern's small classes allow students to engage directly with faculty. Our business classes visit and have guest speakers from Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurial start-ups, and nonprofits. Students experience a variety of business structures and organizations. Many classes use case studies to highlight real-world application of business principles.
Our campus is close to downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Students take advantage of internship opportunities in Minnesota’s thriving business industries. More than 60% of our business internships have resulted in job offers.
Students will complete 10 credits specific to Construction and Property Management.
Students will complete 10 credits specific to Digital Branding Strategies.
Students will complete 8 credits specific to Entrepreneurship and Family Business.
Students will complete 14 credits specific to Healthcare Management.
Students will complete 10 credits specific to Leadership.
Students will complete 8 credits specific to Logistics and Operations.
Students will complete 10 credits specific to QSR and Hospitality.
Students will complete 10 credits specific to Strategic Management.
Prepare to lead in the healthcare industry with a bachelor’s degree concentration in Healthcare Management. Business Administration majors who complete this concentration will:
Business administration students found employment within 6 months
of seniors say their major integrates biblical perspectives
of internships result in job offers