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Northwestern College - Business Administration Plan

Award: Bachelor’s Degree for transfer students
2 Years at NCC and 2 Years at Northwestern College

If earning your bachelor’s degree in Business Administration is one of your goals, start at NCC and finish at Northwestern College. You can complete your first two years at a lower cost before transferring to finish your Bachelor’s degree. This program lets you readily apply ALL your associate’s degree to a bachelor’s degree completion program. Because Northwestern accepts all the credit earned at NCC, there’s no repeating courses, no transfer fees.

The Business Administration plan is for those who enjoy interacting with people and have a good mind for numbers.

How’s it work?
1. Enroll at Northwest Iowa Community College and earn your associate’s degree.
2. Finish your final two years at Northwestern College to earn your Bachelor’s degree in Business.

How much $ will I make?
The average salary for professional business people in this area is
$25,000–$33,000.

What kind of classes will I take?
Business courses are designed to help students build the knowledge base required for the business world of management, marketing, and sales. Classes are a combination of lecture and discussion.

What’s unique about this program?
You will earn your Bachelor’s degree in two years following graduating with an associate’s degree from NCC.

You do the math... NCC is smart
Save up to $20,000 by attending NCC your first two years before transferring to complete your bachelor’s degree! (according to the Iowa College student Aid Commission Survey of Colleges and Universities)
Student Profile
• A student who desires to continue on to earn a bachelor’s degree following graduation from NCC

NORTHWEST IOWA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
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First Semester


16


Course #
Title Credits
ENG105-A
Composition I
3
HIS110-A
Western Civilization: Ancient to Early Modern
3
PHI101-A
Introduction to Philosophy
3
ACC131-A Principles of Accounting I
4
BUS102-A
Introduction to Business
3

Second Semester


17


ENG106-A Composition II
3
SPC112-A Public Speaking
3
BIO154/155A Human Biology w/ Lab
4
HIS111-A Western Civilization: Early Modern to Present
3
ACC132-A
Principles of Accounting II
4

Third Semester


15


PSY111-A
Introduction to Psychology
3
LIT101-A
Introduction to Literature
3
MAT156-A
Statistics
3
BUS185-A
Business Law I
3
Elective
Business
3

Fourth Semester


13


MGT101-A
Principles of Management
3
MGT130-A Principles of Supervision
3
MAT210-A
Calculus I
4
PEH115-A Wellness Education
3

NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE
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Fifth Semester


17


Course #
Title Credits
REL110
Biblical Studies**
4
BUS250
Management and Organizational Behavior
4
BUS200
Principles of Marketing
4
ECO213 Principles of Microeconomics
4
CSC110
Advanced Spreadsheets
1

Sixth Semester


15-16


ECO214 Principles of Macroeconomics
3
BUS218 Business Ethics
2
ACC/BUS/ECO
Elective 300/400 Level
4

Art, Music or Drama Fine Arts
3

Language/Cross Cultural
3-4


Seventh Semester


16


ACC/BUS/ECO
Elective 300/400 Level
4
ACC/BUS/ECO
Elective 300/400 Level 4
CSC102
Business Computing
2
BUS300
Principles of Finance
2
Elective

4

Eighth Semester


15


ACC/BUS/ECO
Elective 300/400 Level
4
BUS403
Business Strategy
3
Elective

4
Elective

4

Students may choose more than one option within the business administration major.

Students transferring to Northwestern College would need to complete REL110 Introduction to Biblical Studies as part of the general education requirement.

NOTE: Students can use elective courses in order to attain an additional major, minor, or career concentration. Students should consult with their academic advisor when choosing electives.








Text 712-301-2573 or 712-301-1401
Call 800-352-4907
Email studentservices@nwicc.edu


For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at nwicc.edu/compliance