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MSC logoFounded in 1973, the NACM Connect Institute of Credit (IOC) is the education source of NACM Midwest. It is a not-for-profit operation set up to conduct formal education programs in the field of business credit management. MSC offers academic instruction at all levels including beginners, as well as those who are advanced academically and professionally.

The Institute of Credit aims to be an outstanding credit/finance career school. The school has pride in its faculty and staff, who at all times, promote professionalism and excellence. Each student is looked at as an individual and provides training, counseling and challenges to prepare that student for positive action in his/her chosen profession. We understand the importance of ethics, values, governmental and legislative issues, commitment to diversity in the student body and learning as a lifelong process. We are dedicated to providing an educational environment that develops the best attributes of the credit professional.

Learning as a Lifelong Process...

It is the mission of NACM Midwest to provide quality education and comprehensive career training in a supportive environment and to build a foundation of excellence. We endeavor to produce competent individuals who can serve the credit/finance community in an active, productive and meaningful role.

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Upcoming MSC Courses

2014 IOC CBA and CBF Course Schedule

CBA Courses
Course Description Winter Spring Summer Fall

Business Credit Principles

8/25 - 11/3

Basic Financial Accounting

6/19 - 8/21
8/28 - 10/30

Financial Statement Analysis I

3/17 - 5/19
8/28 - 10/30
CBF Courses

Business Law


Credit Law

8/25 - 11/10

Class times are from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
**No Classes on September 1, 2014 (Labor Day)

All classes are held at the NACM Midwest Headquarters office located at:
3005 Tollview Drive
Rolling Meadows, IL

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Credit 101, Credit 102 and Credit 103

Credit 101, Credit 102 and Credit 103 are interactive and invite the class to give real world examples of the credit department environment.

In each class, NACM Midwest provides a textbook for each student to take back to the office and use as a reference guide.

2014 Credit 101, Credit 102 and Credit 103 Schedule

Credit 101

  • February 5
  • June 4
  • October 15

Credit 102

  • March 5
  • July 9
  • November 12

Credit 103

  • April 9
  • August 6
  • December 10

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