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University of Northwestern offers over 60 undergraduate majors, as well as challenging dual-degree programs, interdisciplinary majors that cross traditional departmental boundaries, and certificates and concentrations to enhance your degree.

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Intercultural Studies Minor

  • Minor

Make a global impact by serving diverse peoples around the globe and in the United States. God is sending his people out to show compassion and share the Good News of Jesus.

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Interdisciplinary Studies

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Work with Northwestern experts to customize a degree that combines different fields of interest and fits your unique goals. The purpose of the interdisciplinary studies major is to provide you with high-quality, academic preparation for future goals that require an extra specialized course of study. This program is flexible and can open up opportunities in any field.

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International Business

  • Bachelor of Arts

Apply business principles within the context of other cultures and languages. Learn to be a light to the world through the open doors of business. The international business program combines business and intercultural studies to prepare you to conduct business over geographical and cultural borders.

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International Studies Minor

  • Minor

The international studies minor provides certification of a student’s global educational experience. Study abroad enables a person to deepen their understanding of the richness and diversity of the world’s cultures. Program options allow students to explore a variety of regions of the world through different academic disciplines. Prerequisite for the international studies minor: acceptance into a Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) study-abroad program.

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Journalism Minor

  • Minor

The journalism minor helps students develop skills in news reporting and writing. It provides opportunities to gain experience in multimedia platforms, including television, radio, print, and online.

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Kinesiology

  • Bachelor of Science

Prepare for a career in the health and wellness industry with an understanding of physical healing and fitness. The kinesiology major focuses on exercise, movement, nutrition, and disease prevention while preparing you for clinical health-related fields. This major also provides a solid foundation for further graduate study.

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Leadership Minor

  • Minor

The leadership minor introduces students to the principles of leadership in today’s world, and provides guided leadership experiences through opportunities in courses, workshops, internships, and campus leadership roles.

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Linguistics Minor

  • Minor

The linguistics minor provides an opportunity to attend a summer at SIL, the sister organization of Wycliffe Bible Translators, taking courses in morphology and phonetics.

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Literature Minor

  • Minor

The literature minor involves courses in literary studies, literary theory, Shakespeare, and American and British literature to provide a well-rounded study of literature.

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Marketing

  • Bachelor of Science

Learn how to develop successful marketing strategies using brand management, social media, and product strategy plus customer and industry knowledge. The marketing program is designed to prepare you for careers in marketing management, product or brand management, sales, public relations, advertising, promotion, and marketing research.

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Marketing Minor

  • Minor

The marketing minor prepares students for marketing a company’s products and services through courses on basic marketing principles, sales, advertising and promotion, plus broad-based business concepts.

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Mathematics Education

  • Bachelor of Science

Learn from expert mathematics education faculty who integrate their Christian faith into learning to help teach and challenge the next generation of children in the field of mathematics. The mathematics education degree will prepare you to teach mathematics to children in grades 5-12 within a public or private school setting. This degree also prepares you for further graduate study.

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Media Production - Content Creation & Journalism

  • Bachelor of Science

You’ll learn from experienced Christian professors to develop a critical understanding of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The Content Creation & Journalism track is designed to develop your skills in audio and video production, media writing, programming, and management. You’ll be prepared to work in radio, television, film, and other careers in electronic media or go on to graduate study.

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Media Production - Film & Video Track

  • Bachelor of Science

You’ll learn from experienced Christian professors to develop a critical understanding of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The Film & Video track is designed to develop your skills in video production and content creation. You’ll be prepared to work in television, film, and other careers in electronic media or go on to graduate study.

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Media Production - Radio & Recording Arts Track

  • Bachelor of Science

You’ll learn from experienced Christian professors to develop a critical understanding of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The Radio & Recording Arts track is designed to develop your skills in announcing, audio production, media writing, programming, and management. You’ll be prepared to work in radio, television, film, and other careers in electronic media or go on to graduate study.

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Media Production Minor

  • Minor

The media production minor provides students with an opportunity to gain expertise in either video or audio production. Students start with an introductory course in either video or audio and then build upon that foundation to specialize in one or the other.

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Media Production with a Biblical Worldview Theme

  • Associate Degree

Learn from experienced Christian professors to understand principles of media production and its relationship to faith in today's world. The associate’s degree in media production with a biblical emphasis is designed to develop skills in audio and video production, story structure, and general educations courses, with an emphasis on the Bible.

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Ministry

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Prepare for a career making disciples in the church, the mission field, and the world. Begin with general ministry courses and then you can select from specific ministry concentrations such as children and family ministry, youth and emerging adult ministry, non profit leadership, worship and creative arts, and social justice. This degree lays the foundation for you to work domestically or internationally in vocational ministry or nonprofit contexts and prepares you for graduate study.

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Ministry Minor

  • Minor

Share the Gospel in any profession you choose. This highly-customizable minor provides additional specialization in several ministry areas of interest.

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Ministry–Worship and Creative Arts Concentration & Youth and Emerging Adult

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Do you have a passion for leading others in worship? In recent years, the worship and creative arts pastor has become a common second hire for many churches. In partnership with the Music Department, we are pleased to offer a Worship and Creative Arts Concentration within the Ministry and Youth and Emerging Adult Studies Majors. This concentration is designed to provide a foundation in music ministry and technology.

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Modern Languages Minor

  • Minor

The modern languages minor allows students to develop oral and written communications skills in two languages (including Arabic, Chinese, Russian, and Spanish) during their time at Northwestern.

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Music

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

The Bachelor of Arts/Science degree in Music is designed for the musically talented student interested in studying music within the context of Scripture and the liberal arts.

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Music Composition

  • Bachelor of Music

A degree in music composition lays a foundation for graduate study or further experiences writing music in classical, sacred, educational, commercial, or film genres.

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Music Education

  • Bachelor of Science

The music education major prepares you to teach vocal or instrumental music to children in grades K–12 in public or private school settings. Graduates qualify for licensure in Minnesota.

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Music Minor

  • Minor

A music minor is available for students who desire a concentration of music coursework to develop their gifts in music as they work toward a major in another discipline. Students pursuing a major in elementary education, ministry, theatre, media production, and or many other fields, may find music especially useful.

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Music Performance

  • Bachelor of Music

Prepare for a career as a professional musician, to pursue graduate studies in vocal, piano, or instrumental music performance, to teach private music lessons, or pursue other related careers.

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Music—Music Ministry Emphasis

  • Bachelor of Science

Combine comprehensive musical training with biblical theology for effective church ministry. You will learn to think critically, perform musically, and lead others in worship.

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Nonprofit Leadership

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Prepare to work in nonprofit organizations alongside fellow Christians who have been called to serve around the world. The nonprofit leadership degree combines multiple ministry and business courses, along with an internship to provide real life experience with nonprofit organizations.

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Nonprofit Leadership Minor

  • Minor

Prepare to lead nonprofit organizations alongside fellow Christians who have been called to serve around the world. The nonprofit leadership minor combines ministry and business courses to provide real life experience with nonprofit organizations.

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Nursing

  • Bachelor of Science

The philosophy of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) pre-licensure program has been framed by the concepts of the nursing paradigm, ministry and service, and by beliefs about a sovereign God within a biblically-based Christian Worldview. The BSN program provides a strong foundation in biblical studies, liberal arts, and the sciences. The program is organized around a framework of providing answers (program outcomes) to nine essential questions.

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Pastoral Ministry

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Preaching, teaching, leading, and counseling are skills you’ll gain with our pastoral ministry degree. Our desire is to equip future pastors to accurately study the Word of God so they can lead others to maturity in Christ. Learn the many roles of a pastor through our rich curriculum taught by ministry leaders and gain experience in Christian ministry through practical internships. The degree prepares you to enter directly into full-time ministry or continue on to seminary or graduate study.

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Philosophy

  • Bachelor of Arts

Engage in significant conversations about what is real, what we can know, how we should think, and how we should live. Develop your capacity for problem solving and critical thinking regarding truth, purpose, and worldview. Increase your ability to intelligently address key questions about life and to prepare you for a successful career. Connect with knowledgeable Christian philosophers and students like you who think deeper. Be prepared for further graduate study in a wide variety of fields.

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Philosophy Minor

  • Minor

The philosophy minor covers ethics, epistemology, logic, and metaphysics. It addresses historical and contemporary views on philosophical questions, such as: Does God know the future? How could God be absolutely sovereign and people be free? Since there is evil, what sense can be made of the claim that “God is good”?

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Physical Education Minor

  • Minor

The physical education minor incorporates instructional fundamentals and technology, methods of teaching, team sports, injury care, and basic first aid allowing students to add these educational skills to their major.

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Physical Education/Physical Education and Health

  • Bachelor of Science

Learn from Christian faculty about body mechanics and health to keep youth engaged in sports and help them lead an active lifestyle. The physical education degree equips you to teach fitness to children in grades K-12 within a public or private school setting. This degree also prepares you for further graduate study.

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Political Science Minor

  • Minor

A political science minor alongside a history major is great for anyone looking to go into law or politics. Students are free to construct their political science minor from a wide array of courses related to the subject. This minor also has a practical component, as all students participate in an internship.

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Politics, History & Economics

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Learn how you can contribute to the common good in the realm of politics and government and equip yourself with the insight needed to think clearly in the midst of political "spin" and "noise." The politics, history, and economics program will equip you professionally. This degree lays the foundation for careers in education, law, government, public administration, and international relations. Being located in the capital of Minnesota provides many opportunities.

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Pre-Athletic Training Minor

  • Minor

The pre-athletic training minor incorporates multiple disciplines including health, fitness, and education along with kinesiology and more traditional sciences ranging from biology, chemistry, and physics. It prepares students for careers involving fitness or athletics with a solid foundation in body mechanics.

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Professional Writing

  • Bachelor of Science

Harness your passion for writing and hone your skills as you learn to document, translate, and disseminate information to people around the world. The professional writing degree gives you the tools you need to create rich, engaging, and persuasive content that will make you a valuable asset in any industry. Our courses include grant writing, technical writing, journalism, writing for magazines, and web content.

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Professional Writing Minor

  • Minor

The professional writing minor allows students to gain practical writing experience that can be applied to task-specific work assignments. This minor can be an especially advantageous addition to liberal arts majors.

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Psychology

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

The undergraduate psychology program is designed for you to study the human mind to better understand God’s unique creation and serve those struggling with mental illness. Learn from Christian faculty who are expert practitioners in the field of psychology. The major provides you with a theoretical and applied understanding of psychological principles to prepare you for graduate study in psychology, entry-level positions in the helping professions, or careers requiring a psychology background.

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Psychology Minor

  • Minor

The psychology minor provides you with a foundational understanding of human behavior and interpersonal interactions. You will learn about general themes of psychology, human development from conception to death, issues related to mental illness, and the basic theories underlying psychological functioning. All courses are taught from a Christ-centered perspective so you learn the core content of psychology but also evaluate the ways in which psychology fits and/or conflicts with your faith.

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Public Relations

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Learn to harness the power of the written and spoken word and share it effectively to garner interest and attention for a business or organization. Our experienced faculty will teach you the skills needed to conduct market research, analyze audiences, think strategically, identify publicity opportunities, and write and speak persuasively. This degree will make you a valuable asset in any industry.

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Public Relations Minor

  • Minor

The public relations major requires students to take fundamental public relations courses that cover all of the information needed to attain accredited public relations certification through the Public Relations Society of America. This public relations minor provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate strategic thinking and planning abilities.

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Science and Theology Minor

  • Minor

Our unique science and theology minor will teach you how to integrate your faith into the current ethical and scientific issues facing our world, foster your creative thinking abilities, equip you to make a positive contribution to the science and religion dialogue, and show you how scholarship and research can be worship. This minor will equip you for a number of exciting post-graduation opportunities.

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Science Minor

  • Minor

This science minor is a flexible one that you can construct for best fit, combining courses in biology, chemistry, environmental science, and/or physics in a mix that suits your specific career or graduate education path best.

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Social Justice Minor

  • Minor

Practice social justice wherever God sends you. We are all made in God's image and you have the opportunity to serve others and be a voice for justice in your local community and around the world.

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Social Studies Education

  • Bachelor of Science

Experience cultures and the history of the world with recognized experts in the field of social studies to teach the next generation of inquisitive young minds. The social studies education degree equips you to teach social studies education to children in grades 5-12 within a public or private school setting. This degree also prepares you for further graduate study.

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Songwriting Minor

  • Minor

Nurture your creativity as a songwriter while developing analytical music skills, performing in ensembles, and using audio production technology with this 17-credit minor.

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Spanish

  • Bachelor of Arts

Communicate fluently in Spanish and gain an understanding of Hispanic cultures for application in career and ministry. The Spanish major prepares you to communicate and relate to Hispanic audiences in the western hemisphere and in Spain. You’ll acquire practical knowledge of Hispanic cultures and strategies for bridging social barriers.

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Spanish Education

  • Bachelor of Arts

Work with Christian bilingual experts to teach Spanish to break down language barriers and integrate diversity across cultures. The Spanish education degree prepares you to teach Spanish to children in grades K-12 within a public or private school setting. You will be able to teach Spanish domestically and internationally. This degree also prepares you for further graduate study.

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Spanish Minor

  • Minor

The Spanish minor fulfills foreign language requirements. It focuses on the development of oral and written proficiency in Spanish. Taking Spanish equips you to communicate with many people in the U.S. and abroad. Students have the opportunity to study abroad in Spain or Costa Rica.

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Special Education Minor

  • Minor

The special education minor provides foundational preparation for working with special populations of students labeled within the categories of EBD (Emotional Behavioral Disorders) or SLD (Specific Learning Disabilities). The minor does not lead to full teacher licensure in these areas. Students completing the minor need to continue their studies on a graduate level in order to fully qualify for licensure as a special education teacher.

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Sport Communication Minor

  • Minor

The sport communication minor gives students a background in either video or audio news production and also in sports, with courses in media production being required and courses in health and physical education or kinesiology being electives.

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Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Minor

  • Minor

The teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) minor is the perfect accompaniment to many other globally minded majors. With the TESOL minor, students can teach English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in grades K–12 and adult education settings around the world. Additionally, students can teach English as a second language courses for adults (non-K–12) in the United States. Many students use this minor to teach English abroad following graduation.

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Theatre

  • Bachelor of Arts

Sharpen your skills in a comprehensive theatre program with coursework in acting, directing, design, history, stage management, playwriting, dance, musical theatre, improv, and more! Build your résumé for a lifetime in the arts.

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Theatre Minor

  • Minor

Northwestern’s flexible theatre minor is only 16 credits, making it easy to pair with other majors. Gain experiences in theatre production and performance, improve your acting, and follow your passion through theatre electives.

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Visual Arts Education

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Arts

Discover your passion with Christian art professionals who can help you inspire creativity in the hearts and minds of children. The visual arts education degree equips you to teach visual art to children in grades K-12 within a public or private school setting. This degree also prepares you for further graduate study.

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Writing Minor

  • Minor

The writing minor involves courses in writer’s style, poetry, fiction, editing and proofreading, advanced grammar and syntax, technical writing, copy writing, etc., to enhance a student’s overall writing skills.

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