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### Northwestern College Introducing New Online MBA Program

Northwestern College is set to introduce a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program this autumn. This online program comprises 33 credits and is known for its rigorous and adaptable structure. It allows for customization through elective courses like project management, entrepreneurship and innovation, and digital marketing.

The MBA curriculum is designed to be completed in as little as one year by taking two courses every eight weeks, offering students a flexible pace. Targeted towards young professionals with two to 10 years of work experience, the program aims to equip graduates with essential managerial and financial skills sought after by today’s employers. It covers fundamental areas such as accounting, finance, economics, and marketing, while also focusing on developing crucial soft skills like critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership. Case studies play a significant role in bridging theoretical knowledge with practical application and real-world experience.

The program’s objective is to nurture students’ creativity and leadership qualities, preparing them to be adaptable and forward-thinking professionals capable of contributing positively to a rapidly evolving environment. The faculty behind the program, with diverse backgrounds and extensive expertise, have carefully crafted a curriculum that meets market demands and industry trends, guided by input from a panel of local business experts.

According to [Dean’s Name], Dean of Northwestern’s Graduate & Professional Studies division, the program aims to cultivate Christ-centered, collaborative leadership skills to empower professionals in making informed and ethical decisions within their respective fields and communities.

The MBA program is tailored to accommodate international students, offering the flexibility of 100% online coursework that can be accessed from anywhere globally. For international applicants planning to pursue the program in the U.S., provisions have been made to fulfill the residency requirements for the F1 visa.

Northwestern’s commitment to academic excellence is evident through its adherence to international standards in business education, as recognized by the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE). The MBA program, aligned with IACBE standards, is slated to seek accreditation in the 2025-26 period in accordance with accreditor guidelines.

For further details on the program and application procedures for the upcoming fall cohort, please visit the [program’s website].

Northwestern’s Graduate & Professional Studies division offers a wide array of flexible and cost-effective programs tailored to adult learners striving to achieve their professional aspirations. With a focus on online coursework, the division provides master’s degrees in education across eight specializations, school and clinical mental health counseling, business administration, graduate-level education endorsements and certificates, undergraduate degree-completion programs in early childhood education and nursing, as well as certificates in medical and legal interpreting. Additionally, the division offers an on-campus master’s program in physician assistant studies, accredited by the ARC-PA.