Latest from: Campuses

How Career Services Can Assist Military Students

Military students who return from active duty and students that serve in the many facets of the armed services can often struggle with returning to a civilian life. This struggle can include supporting a family and finding a career. Often … Continue reading


MSB-Richfield Nursing and Medical Assistant Students Help Fight Kidney Disease

Written by Kendra Saal, nursing program chair According to the National Kidney Foundation: One in three American adults are currently at risk for developing kidney disease One in nine American adults have kidney disease (most don’t know it) The two … Continue reading


Latest from: Programs

MSB-Richfield Nursing and Medical Assistant Students Help Fight Kidney Disease

Written by Kendra Saal, nursing program chair According to the National Kidney Foundation: One in three American adults are currently at risk for developing kidney disease One in nine American adults have kidney disease (most don’t know it) The two … Continue reading


Local Business Benefits from MSB Student-led Security Analysis

Criminal justice students from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River, Wendy Brown and Amy Skog, recently completed an applied learning project in their Security class summer quarter. They had an opportunity to partner with Jay Stemler of Retail Design Services (RDS), … Continue reading


Latest from: Online

MSB-Online Announces Community Service Scholarship Winners

Each quarter, Minnesota School of Business-Online opens up a scholarship opportunity for two of our students. In order to earn the scholarship, students must be active volunteers in their communities. Once a student has completed a volunteer project, they can … Continue reading


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Minnesota School of Business Faculty Member Offers Online Education Expertise in New Book

It all began when Minnesota School of Business-Online faculty member Mark Lawler joined a Facebook group with other industry leaders to exchange ideas, teaching practices and to simply help each other out professionally. The group, comprised of online instructors from … Continue reading


Latest from: Applied Learning

Local Business Benefits from MSB Student-led Security Analysis

Criminal justice students from Minnesota School of Business-Elk River, Wendy Brown and Amy Skog, recently completed an applied learning project in their Security class summer quarter. They had an opportunity to partner with Jay Stemler of Retail Design Services (RDS), … Continue reading


How Did the Turtles Cross the Road?

Answer: With a little help from caring volunteers. Two classes from the veterinary technology program at the Minnesota School of Business- Rochester (MSB) worked together to complete a very interesting applied learning project. The six students and their instructor traveled to the … Continue reading