Northwood Scholarships Available for Fall Term - Tire Review Magazine

Northwood Scholarships Available for Fall Term

A variety of scholarships remain for aftermarket professionals and qualified family members who would like to pursue industry-specific undergraduate or graduate degrees beginning this fall at Northwood University.

“We have expanded access to a truly world-class, industry-tailored education to virtually any qualified candidate with an interest in the motor vehicle aftermarket,” said Timothy Nash, vice president for strategic and corporate alliances. “There are many families represented in our industry who are looking for ways to prepare their sons and daughters for business success. A Northwood education is the ideal way to prepare the aftermarket’s next generation of leaders.”

The University’s expanded scholarship program is available to any qualified aftermarket professional with need who wants to begin or complete a bachelor’s degree (BBA) in Automotive Aftermarket Management or enter the Aftermarket Executive MBA program offered by Northwood’s DeVos Graduate School of Management. Full-time students can pursue their BBA through any of the University’s three campuses, in Midland, Mich., West Palm Beach., Fla., or Cedar Hill, Texas. The University also offers a variety of online degree options.

Automotive Aftermarket Management is the only accredited bachelor’s degree of its kind in North America, Europe or Asia, enabling students to earn their degree while focusing on the theories and practices of one of the automotive industry’s most innovative and dynamic segments. The University has achieved an impressive industry placement rate for program graduates.

The Aftermarket Executive MBA degree, launched in early 2009, is a 30-month program developed with input from key industry leaders. Professionals from any undergraduate discipline can leverage this exclusive degree to gain a competitive edge in the rapidly changing aftermarket business environment. The program features a convenient, flexible format blending directed online learning and five one-week face-to-face classroom sessions held at the University’s Midland, Mich., campus, according to the university.

For more information, visit or call 1-800-457-7878. (Tire Review/Akron)

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