NMU has offered degrees in business since 1914 and constantly monitors the trends in order to ensure appropriate preparation for careers in various areas of business. From certificate and minor programs to a world-class MBA, NMU's College of Business offers a wide array of academic programs to choose from.
Some of our areas of study include:
- Business Administration
- Business Analytics
- Information Assurance and Cyber Defense
- Information Systems
- Insurance and Risk Management
- Public Relations
- Ski Area Business Management
Admission to the College
Usually by your junior year of college, you must apply for admission to the College of Business. Being admitted to NMU is the first step, but students choosing business majors must meet a second set of requirements to formally be admitted to the College of Business. These requirements include: one year of English, designated math, economics, accounting, a computer literacy component, and two other liberal studies courses. This ensures that students in upper-division courses are well prepared for the concentrated material on business subjects.
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Faculty members with wide-ranging expertise
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Miles of Lake Superior shoreline
Top 15 best public university in the Midwest
NMU College of Business professors have wide-ranging interests and are not only focused on the classroom but in contributing to knowledge in their fields. Recent published research has focused on such topics as:
- Marketing college sports teams
- Usage of Islamic banking and financial services by US Muslims
- Cell Phones as a Driver for Solar Home Electrification in Sub-Saharan Africa
Join one of our active business-related student groups that may travel to Chicago and Milwaukee to meet with business alumni or bring notable speakers to campus. Maybe you’ll go abroad to work with and test your skills against foreign students in the International Information Technology Seminar. Who knows, you might intern with an NFL team or a leading computer company.
What’s certain is that you’ll really get to know your professors, they’ll know you, and you’ll leave Northern with a wealth of skills to be flexible and successful in whatever you choose to do.
College of Business Accreditation
Still not sure what business school to choose? Be sure to watch for the seal of quality as less than 25% of all business programs worldwide are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. This is the highest level of business accreditation available.