Students in the School of Business & Management gain business skills and knowledge within the context of a Christian perspective. Students are prepared to serve as leaders, managers and social entrepreneurs in a variety of business and organizational settings.
All students take a series of core courses in the fundamentals of economics, accounting, management, marketing and finance before they focus on advanced major courses. They can then choose among four business majors: Business Administration, Finance & Accounting, Management and Marketing. All students finish the program with an internship experience that allows them to apply business theory to the workplace and build their own professional network.
Classes are taught by dedicated Christian professors who have real world experience in business and advanced degrees in their discipline. They are able to explain theories and concepts that relate to business practices so that students are able to move directly from graduation into a business career.
Northwest University Business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs. Accreditation standards are modeled on the Baldrige National Quality Program. This recognition assures students and employers that Northwest University Business Programs use the same standards as those used by businesses, health care providers, and others to recognize excellence. More information about ACBSP Accreditation can be found at http://www.acbsp.org.
Each spring, business seniors and graduate students (MBA and MASE) take a nationally-ranked comprehensive exam. The 2012 exam from Peregrine Academic Services assesses critical knowledge and understanding in business. View 2012 Assessment Summary »
Dean, Associate Professor
School of Business
|Dr. Teresa Gillespie||Dean, Associate Professor of Business|
|Dr. Kevin Cooney||Professor of Business, Political Science|
|Dr. Don Doty||Professor of Business Management|
|Larry Ishmael||Associate Professor of Business|
|Tom Sill||Associate Professor of Business|
|John Bacon||Assistant Professor of Business|
|Dr. Tim Lucas||Assistant Professor of Business|