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  • Northwestern ranked in national top 10 for accounting program

    July 7, 2015--Not only was Northwestern ranked in the top “100 Most Affordable Selective Small Colleges for Accounting 2015,” it was ranked within the top 10 in the nation.

  • Division of Business faculty attends MBAA Conference in Chicago

    April 2, 2015--Eight Northwestern Oklahoma State University Division of Business faculty members attended the MBAA International Conference in Chicago from March 25-27.  The annual conference draws 700-800 business faculty members from across the United States and abroad.  

  • Business honors sorority invites new members

    March 12, 2015--Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Division of Business invited 22 students to join its honors sorority, Delta Mu Delta.  The students have all completed more than 60 credit hours and maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or higher.        

  • Northwestern's Division of Business programs earn national accreditation

    June 19, 2012 -- The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) has granted initial accreditation to the Division of Business at Northwestern Oklahoma State University for four of its bachelor’s degree programs. Northwestern was one of 18 colleges and universities from around the world to earn initial accreditation from the group.

  • Northwestern well represented at international conference in Chicago

    April 10, 2012 -- Six Northwestern Oklahoma State University professors and five students participated in this year’s MBAA International Conference held at the end of March in Chicago.

  • Northwestern business students honored; 23 inducted into honor society

    Besides announcing student scholarships, honors and recognition, 23 members recently were initiated into Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s business honor society Sigma Beta Delta, during the annual Division of Business awards ceremony. Two faculty members, Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president; and Dr. Jerry Gustafson, professor of business, along with 21 students were inducted at a recent ceremony.