A Northwest University MBA will help you develop the competence necessary to make sound business decisions and the integrity that is required for good moral choices. Northwest University has distinct advantages from other schools. Our small size insures that you are an integral part of a learning community, not just a number. In each course, you will engage in experiential learning with your peers.
You will be challenged to consider global perspectives. You will develop and refine a variety of relevant management and communication skills. You will learn to think critically about the complexities of leadership. You will become more competent in your ability to decide and take action. Finally, because we are a Christian institution, your learning opportunities will be centered in the context of a distinctive, ethically responsible worldview.
At Northwest University, you will start and finish the MBA program together with the same group of students. Your classroom becomes a learning community as well as a support network of trusted friends. Class starts at 6:00 pm.
Students without an undergraduate degree in business must demonstrate a basic understanding of economics, accounting, and finance. This requirement can be met by prior work experience or satisfactory completion of the online tutorials available from Northwest University. Tutorials can be completed prior to the second year of MBA coursework.
You can also enhance the value of your MBA by focusing your studies on project management, social entrepreneurship, international business or leadership. The concentration allows students to focus their electives and Applied Project in the indicated field without increasing the number of overall credits required for the degree.
A "Social Entrepreneur" is an innovator who recognizes a social problem and uses entrepreneurial business principles to organize and manage a venture to create social change. With a Concentration in Social Entrepreneurship, you will learn to use business skills to solve social problems.
With a concentration in Leadership, you will develop skills in coaching others and enhancing your own strength as an organizational leader.
With a concentration in International Business, you will focus your studies on particular issues that are crucial to the success of global business ventures.
A complete list of courses for the Master of Business Administration program can be found in the Graduate Academic Catalog.
You can request more information, or speak with our Graduate Enrollment Counselor for the School of Business & Management:
“From my experience I can guarantee that one can be very successful here. Northwest University is truly gearing students to become business leaders.”