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Trends in International Business

Dr. Patricia Polastri, Dissertation Chair in NCU’s School of Business and Technology Management weighs in on the trends in international business that companies considering the international marketplace should be aware of.

“In my opinion, students who want to work internationally must have political savvy, cultural awareness and speak more than one language,” said Dr. Polastri

The Growing Importance of Cybersecurity to Business

In today’s online age, the number of threats to businesses and their customers increases every day. The largest obstacle in cybersecurity is the perpetual security risk that quickly evolves over short periods of time, leaving businesses with a widening gap in manpower and the resources needed to protect their data.

What Can I Do with a Criminal Justice Degree?

The criminal justice system is a vast sector with opportunities for those with higher degrees and leadership skills. An advanced business degree specializing in criminal justice can help you in developing the competencies needed to pursue leadership positions in criminal justice, law enforcement, corrections, teaching or private consulting fields.

What can I do with a criminal justice degree?

Have you always had a desire to help others? Do you have a sense of justice and fairness? 

Business Trends to Watch in 2017

Dr. Peter Bemski, Northcentral University’s Dean of the School of Business and Technology Management, shares his perspective on business trends to watch in 2017.

Technology and Innovation Management Will Reign.

“Technology and innovation management will continue to evolve in 2017, and play an even greater role in business,” Bemski said.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Patrick McNamara

Dr. Patrick McNamara is a Dissertation Chair and Professor with NCU's School of Business and Technology Management but has been with NCU in the former graduate school since 2012.

Dr. McNamara obtained his Ph.D. from Boston University in Behavioral Neuroscience in 1991. He has worked in research and development in both the public and private sectors throughout the 90s and 2000s.

Graduate Chose NCU for the 100% Online Flexibility

As a young man just out of high school and entering the Air Force, Dr. Bobby Martin didn't see the value of continued education.  He spent his free time at parties instead of libraries.  When he left the military after four years, he was faced with the reality that no one would hire him.  He was married, with a child and doing odd jobs.  He decided to return to the military, but with a different mindset.

"I had experienced what it was like to be under-educated, so I figured let's see what it's like to be educated," Martin said.

Quicken Loans Trains Employees on Emergency Preparedness

By Vickie Fountain, NCU student,DBA-Organizational Leadership

As part of our Ghost Program blog series, Vickie shares what she's learned from her "internship" with Quicken Loans:

June NCU Bright Future Recipient: Wanda Malave

Bridging the Gap Between Communities and Law Enforcement

Wanda Malave has a peaceful vision. For the past 27 years, she’s dreamed of facilitating positive change between local law enforcement and the communities they serve—and, the full tuition NCU Bright Future Scholarship will support her journey to achieve it.

“It feels as if I’ve received a dose of strength and vigor to keep moving forward,” she says of being one of the recipients of the June scholarship.

Quicken Loans Addresses Increasing Security Risks

By Vickie Fountain, NCU student, DBA-Organizational Leadership

As part of our Ghost Program blog series, Vickie shares what she's learned from her "internship" with Quicken Loans:

The School of Business and Technology Management’s Ghost Program

By Tiffany Thomas, NCU student, DBA-Organizational Leadership

As part of our Ghost Program blog series, Tiffany shares what she's learned from her "internship" with Detroit Labs:

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