Business and Economics
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The majority of the school's resources are committed to instructional activities, and, of these, the bulk is devoted to the degree programs. But an adequate summary of the total work of the school must also give attention to the other forms of instruction, in which it engages, to activities that support the instructional enterprise, and to research and publication programs.
The School of Business and Economics at IU Northwest offers two degree programs. The undergraduate degree is the Bachelor of Science in Business, and the graduate degree is the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.). The school also offers an Associate of Science in Business degree and a Postbaccalaureate Certificate in Accounting. Additionally, holders of a baccalaureate degree who want to gain expertise in a specific functional area of business may be able to enroll in course work that will allow them to do so.