The mission of North Central University’s Business Administration department is three-fold: 1) provide students with a relevant business education emphasizing the importance of values, ethics, and character; 2) develop the administrative skills and abilities of future business leaders; and 3) prepare professional leaders for a life of ministry either as marketplace missionaries or in traditional ministry vocations.
In practice, this means that a NCU Business Administration education is built on a foundation of management theory, economics and finance. In addition, students receive the opportunity to combine theoretical knowledge with the practical training needed to succeed in today’s competitive business market.
All students in the North Central business program also receive 27 credits of Bible and theology training. We believe this enhances their spiritual preparation for a life of serving God in secular or Christian employment.
The Twin Cities metropolitan area is home to 14 Fortune 500 companies, including Target, 3M and U.S. Bancorp. Our location in the heart of Minneapolis offers students many opportunities for jobs, internships and on-site training. Upon graduation, Business Administration students will be prepared for careers in business, finances, banking, church administration and international business.
|BUS||120||Introduction to Office Software (3)|
|BUS||161||Introduction to Business (3)|
|BUS||198||Communications for Business (3)|
|BUS||250||Principles of Management (3)|
|BUS||253||Business Law I (3)|
|BUS||261||Statistics & Decision Making (3)|
|BUS||265||Principles of Marketing (3)|
|BUS||267||Principles of Accounting I (3)|
|BUS||277||Principles of Accounting II (3)|
|BUS||324||Christian Leadership & Ethics (3)|
|BUS||361||Financial Management (3)|
|BUS||374||Operations Management (3)|
|BUS||385||International Business Management & Marketing (3)|
|BUS||465||Strategic Management (3)|
|BUS||470||Business Internship (3)|
|BUS||475||Senior Project - Business (3)|
|ECON||251||Principles of Microeconomics (3)|
|ECON||256||Principles of Macroeconomics (3)|