Academics and majors at North Central University

Majors & Minors

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At North Central University, you can earn a degree that will be more than just a resumé boost. Major in something that matters to you, and that will matter to the world. Choosing your degree doesn’t have to be a challenge, either. Start exploring your options below, and continue the conversation with our expert faculty during your next campus visit!

Explore our undergraduate majors and minors below to find the degree that fits. Or, explore our Graduate Program.

Los Académicos North Central University

Undergraduate majors

  • Educational Studies – non licensure
    • Elementary (K-6)
    • Secondary (5-12) Communication Arts and Literature
    • Secondary (5-12) Mathematics
    • Secondary (5-12) Social Studies

Undergraduate minors

  • Accounting
  • Assemblies of God Credentialing
  • Biblical Languages
  • Business Administration (for non-business majors)
  • Church Ministries (for non-ministry majors)
  • Communication Arts: Media Communications
  • Communication Arts: Journalism
  • Communication Arts: Public Relations/Business
  • Computer Science
  • Deaf Culture Studies (for non-ASL majors)
  • English
  • English Literature
  • English Creative Writing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Global Studies
  • Greek
  • Healthcare Administration
  • International Development
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Music (for Non-Music Majors)
  • Music Pastor
  • Nonprofit
  • Pre-Law
  • Pre-Professional Health Science
  • Psychology
  • Psychology/Pastoral Care
  • Social Services
  • Sports Management
  • Theology
  • Worship Leading

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. North Central University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. 

No. North Central University is a verified 501c3 non-profit university.

Yes. North Central University was founded in 1930 and we have called downtown Minneapolis our home ever since. We proudly prepare students for global leadership and ministry through top-quality academic programs, a spirit-empowered community, and an exciting downtown Minneapolis campus. The most recent data indicates that 94% of respondents had obtained employment within 6 months after graduation.

Yes! North Central provides financial aid to all of its students! Students may also apply for federal assistance through FAFSA.

The student to faculty ratio at NCU is 15:1

NCU has over 60 academic programs, including majors and minors.

NCU has 5 different colleges. The College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business and Technology, College of Fine Arts, College of Church Leadership, and the College of Graduate and Professional Education.