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Northwest Missouri State University's online degree program in Business Management is a completion degree and not a full four year degree program. That means that our online programs are designed for students who have completed most, if not all, of the general education classes required for a bachelor's degree. In addition, students should also have completed some of the basic or principle business and accounting classes.
However, there may be some students who will need to take some principle business and possibly some general education classes that are not offered as online classes at Northwest. What that means for some students is that not all of the classes that you may need to complete can be taken online through Northwest.
Therefore, to get your degree online, you may need to take some of these courses (either online or in the classroom) at another accredited college or university and then transfer those classes into Northwest for credit. Courses transferred into Northwest must have prior Northwest department approval, which normally involves a department review of the course syllabus. Your Northwest academic advisor can help you with this process.