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In today’s job market, people with a business degree are in demand. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects business and financial occupations will grow 8 percent by 2024. Their median wage is more than 40 percent higher than the overall average. Give your career a distinct advantage by earning your degree in business administration from Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s value shows in our emphasis on powerful networks, personal mentoring and experience-based learning. Our outstanding professors bring their successful business backgrounds with them into the classroom. They’re committed to bringing out your very best.
Our rigorous curriculum is designed to provide you with core business skills in accounting, economics, marketing and communication so that you will be successful in a small or worldwide business. You’ll build your experience with a business internship or capstone course on entrepreneurship. And you can gear your learning to your interests by adding a minor that will make you even more marketable. Business-related minors include:
Take classes in Lincoln or Omaha that meet one or two nights a week in five- and eight-week sessions or on weekends. NWU offers a combination of face-to-face, online and hybrid class formats. Balance your work and family life by setting the pace that works best for you.
NWU puts you on the inside track for your Master of Business Administration. While earning your bachelor’s degree, you can earn up to nine credit hours toward your MBA.
Get started today by submitting the request information form or applying for enrollment. Our friendly admissions staff will help set up a schedule that is just right for you.