Prospective Students

Thinking of attending business school?

In today’s economy, a knowledge of business is essential. If you’re just starting out in higher education and looking forward to a long and successful business career, if you are looking to advance your career, or if you are looking for the needed knowledge to grow your own company, a business degree or certificate is a step in the right direction. Earning it from The W.A. Franke College of Business is even better.

You’ll experience personal interactions with your professors as you further your education. Our AACSB-accredited programs are designed to prepare you for the ‘real world’ of business—with an eye on the specific career you want.

We set the bar high, and we expect great things from our students. What FCB students get in return are all of the benefits of a high-caliber business school with a personal touch and close interactions with faculty and staff.

Step 1: Schedule a visit to see the campus and learn about our programs

Why don't you schedule a visit and come see for yourself all the reasons our students chose Nothern Arizona University as their to bridge the future? Schedule soon HERE.

Step 2: Apply to NAU

If you are interested in earning an undergraduate degree, please click HERE.

If you are interested in earning an graduate degree, please click HERE.

Step 3: Attend orientation and register for classes

After you are admitted to the university, you will attend an orientation and register for classes. For more information, click HERE

Financing your education

If you’re ready for business school but concerned about the cost, take a minute to browse some of the options available to help ease the financial burden. The university offers financial aid and scholarships to attending students.

Explore our Business Degrees

For a full list of our business degrees click HERE.

Employers of recent grads

Charles Schwab
Clifton Gunderson
Deloitte & Touche
Ernst & Young
First Investors
Grant Thornton
Northwestern Mutual
Wells Fargo
W.L. Gore

Salary Survey, January 2014

The following was provided by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, January 2014. Download HERE.