Business Administration and Accounting Internships
Check out the following internship opportunities at leading local companies and organizations:
Keller Williams Realty
INMED- Institute for Internal Medicine
Green Van Sales and Marketing
Woody Financial Group
Nazarene Publishing House
State Farm Insurance
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Cigna Group Insurance
Ready to immerse yourself in ways to deliver great products and services? That’s what the Marketing major at MNU is all about. Learn concepts in product development, advertising, sales, design and more.
Marketing at MNU approaches this topics with a real-world, hands-on learning style. You’ll work on projects for local companies, and present to real clients. Complete an in-depth marketing research project with a team, and learn what the relationship between designers and marketers is like when paired with design students. With a Christian worldview you’ll understand how to use marketing to benefit the business world in a positive way.
Advertising Account Manager
Marketing Research Analyst
Marketing internships can look like many different things. Check out where some of our students have fulfilled their internship requirement:
Kansas City Chiefs
Nazarene Publishing House
Security Savings Bank
YMCA Corporate Office
Northwestern Mutual Life
Interested in sports broadcasting? Marketing? Facility management or owning a gym? The Sports Management degree at MNU will prepare you for a bright future in this expanding field. You’ll study topics such as ethical leadership, diversity awareness, teamwork and community.
Choose a focus in Communication, Business or fitness. MNU’s Sports Management degree also gives the option of minoring in coaching. Differentiate yourself from the crowd with this minor that prepares you to coach at all levels of competition. At the same time, you’ll learn to apply business strategy to sports related workplaces.
Students in this program have interned at many of the following businesses:
Kansas City Chiefs
Kansas City Royals
Athletic Promotions Manager
Corporate Wellness Manager
Fitness & Wellness Consultant
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|ACCT 2903||Principles of Managerial Accounting|
|ACCT 3403||Intermediate Accounting I|
|ACCT 3431||Intermediate Accounting I Lab|
|ACCT 3503||Intermediate Accounting II|
|ACCT 3531||Intermediate Accounting II Lab|
|ACCT 3603||Federal Income Tax Accounting|
|ACCT 3803||Cost Accounting|
|ACCT 4103||Accounting Software Applications|
|ACCT 4503||Advanced Accounting|
|ACCT 4863||Research Topics Accounting|
|ACCT 4971-4973||Directed Study|
ACCT 2803 Principles of Financial Accounting
A study of the language of business and how accounting communicates useful information through general-purpose financial statements to people outside the business entity.
Prerequisite: MATH 1253 or successful completion of an algebra placement exam. Fall
ACCT 2903 Principles of Managerial Accounting
The continued study of basic accounting concepts with emphasis placed on specific accounting information needed by management to support day-to-day and long-term operations.
Prerequisite: MATH 1253 or successful completion of an algebra placement exam. Spring.
ACCT 3403 Intermediate Accounting I
An overview of accounting principles and the clarification of accounts presented within general-purpose financial statements. An emphasis on current accounting literature and financial accounting theory.
Prerequisite: ACCT 2803 and ACCT 2903. Fall.
ACCT 3431 Intermediate Accounting I Lab
Practical applications of accounting problems to run concurrently with ACCT 3403.
ACCT 3503 Intermediate Accounting II
The continued study of financial accounting and issues related to stockholders' equity, income measurement, and analysis of general-purpose financial statements. An emphasis on current accounting literature and financial accounting theory. Prerequisite: ACCT 3403. Spring.
ACCT 3531 Intermediate Accounting II Lab
Practical applications of accounting problems to run concurrently with ACCT 3503.
ACCT 3603 Federal Income Tax Accounting
An introduction to current federal tax laws relating to individuals: determination of adjusted gross income, itemized deductions, exclusions and exemptions, gains and losses, determination of tax liability, withholding calculations, and tax planning. Fall, odd years.
ACCT 3803 Cost Accounting
Cost accounting deals with the planning and controlling of business operations. It considers policy-making decisions using long-range planning. This course combines two perspectives of management accounting: the techniques available and their behavioral implications. Prerequisite: ACCT 2803 and ACCT 2903. Spring, even years.
ACCT 4103 Accounting Software Applications
In this course computers are used to apply the principles and procedures of accrual accounting. Computer accounting applications include general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, invoicing payroll, inventory, and job costs. January term.
ACCT 4881-4884 Internship
Students work with cooperating firms for on-the-job training. This course provides students the opportunity to test decision-making skills, problem solving skills and knowledge acquired in the classroom. It also provides exposure to the opportunities, demands and rewards of a particular career field. Written reports to be submitted by the firm and by the student to the professor. Consent of the professor is required before enrollment. Fall, Spring and Summer.
ACCT 4403 Auditing
A study of generally accepted auditing standards and procedures relating to the examination of financial statements prepared by independent certified public accountants.
Prerequisite: ACCT 2803 and ACCT 2903. Fall, even years.
ACCT 4503 Advanced Accounting
An advanced and extensive study of consolidated financial statements. Also foreign currency translation, international accounting, and other special topics to be discussed.
Prerequisite: ACCT 3503. Fall, even years.
ACCT 4863 Research Topics in Accounting
An investigation into the changing environment of the accounting profession. This course will introduce accounting research methods and literature review. Topics may include accounting theory, not-for-profit accounting, computer applications in accounting, or additional relevant topics.
Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. Elective.