Northwood University in Cedar Hill, Texas, as an expansion of a larger system based in Michigan, enrolls a few thousand students in its selective Bachelor of Business Administration programs; sub-concentrations are available in such fields as accounting, entrepreneurship, and supply chain management. Its close association with DeVos Graduate School also grants undergraduates the chance to continue their education with an M.B.A. or M.S.O.L degree. NU promotes “The Northwood Idea,” a conservative philosophy and code of ethics that encompasses eight key facets to treating others with respect within a free-enterprise society. Its university-wide Omniquest program also challenges all students, regardless of major, to analyze and discuss a different book each semester, with the goal of developing communication and leadership skills. But student life here is about more than just academics: Greek, special interest and religious clubs help students manage stress and make connections for life. Fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs, Northwood University can provide just about anyone the best possible chance to excel in the business world!