Whether you’ve chosen to pursue a business administration degree or you’re still deciding if a business major is right for you, check out this list of 5 skills you’ll develop as a business student. Grow skills that will impact your career!
Sometimes, your dream job is not simply attained via one degree program. By combining two degrees, you can create and pursue a unique major that suits your passions and goals. An interdisciplinary studies major can help you decide on the perfect degree by allowing you to customize your program with two complementary fields of study.
Where is the real world? For some, it’s found in college. You may know a B.A. can lead to a much higher salary. But when you pursue a Business Management degree, you’ll find the real world long before you’re handed your diploma.
What is interdisciplinary studies? An interdisciplinary studies major a highly customizable degree. It’s almost whatever you want it to be (with a few guidelines of course). Choose 1 to about 3 main fields of study and your years of school will be centered around these main concentrations. Unlike a traditional major, however, you will not have to meet requirements of each of your concentrations in order to earn your degree. So you have the freedom to pick the classes in each concentration that you feel will best equip you for the specific career path you have already chosen. Learn more and download a free course list.
It’s a start-up world. Businesses are born faster than ever. Colleges, too, can be created more easily than before, especially online. Should you believe the claims of every bible college that appears in your Google search? How can you know a college will fulfill its promises? Start by checking its accreditation status. Accreditation offers evidence of a school’s integrity and quality. Accredited bible colleges also offer crucial practical advantages.
Finals week is probably one of the most dreaded and simultaneously awaited weeks out of the school year. You’re faced with finishing up final projects, getting virtually no sleep, weird eating habits, and studying to get good grades on your exams. It can be easy to put homework and tests before self-care and sleep, but the truth is that the better you take care of your well-being, the better you’ll succeed.
Four North Central University teams wrapped up their 2015 seasons with competitions at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) National Championships, held Nov. 12–14 in Houghton, NY and Kissimmee, FL. Men’s and Women’s Cross Country posted strong team and individual results and senior Annalise Schroeder received special recognition.
Your college decision is important. During your time in college, you will be on your own for the first time, you will be academically and socially challenged, and you will make lifelong relationships. Choosing which university to attend will significantly affect your next few years, so take your time and do your research.
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