Business and economics
Put your faith to work. Whether you’re headed to Wall Street or Main Street, studying business at Northwestern will prepare you for more than bottom-line success. You’ll be ready to make wise use of the resources God has given you.
Business is the largest program at Northwestern, offering these study options:
Northwestern’s business and economics faculty have real-world experience with accounting, international economics and socially responsible business and entrepreneurial initiatives. They teach here because they are dedicated to preparing businesspeople and entrepreneurs whose faith guides their work, leadership, investing and decision-making.
In addition to learning from your professors’ expertise, you’ll have a chance to get down to business in an internship anywhere in the U.S. The experience will be good for your resume. The relationships will result in networking. The placement may become permanent, leading to your first job.