Join the Conversation
Search Minnesota School of Business Blogs
Our Weekly Newsletter!
Enter your email and select which Minnesota School of Business newsletters you'd like to receive.
Minnesota School of Business Blogs
Category Archives: Programs
A plethora of business students have been required to conjure up a business plan of some sort in their academic careers. While many chalk it up as just another assignment, Tim Swiontkowski, a business administration degree alumnus of Minnesota School … Continue reading
Brittany Witte, a criminal justice degree student from Minnesota School of Business-Blaine, is currently completing an internship for credits at the Alexandra House, an organization that provides domestic violence and sexual violence services to victims from across Minnesota. The Alexandra … Continue reading
By Stephanie M. Heald-Fisher, Graduate Program Chair, Online Division Minnesota School of Business Although the title says graduate level thinking, the skill that is the focus of this article is critical thinking. As you move through your graduate level courses, … Continue reading
We have all heard that the job market is competitive and now more than ever, graduates need to be able to differentiate themselves from other job seekers. For a group of students at Minnesota School of Business-Lakeville, a new club … Continue reading
There is a misconception in today’s society that information technology professionals aren’t interested in making connections with co-workers, and that they don’t need customer service skills. Both couldn’t be farther from the truth. Yes, maybe 10 years ago there was … Continue reading
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Is the idea of starting and running your own business alluring? Do you possess the passion but lack the education to manage your own business? Timothy Hornseth, Minnesota School of Business-Rochester (MSB) business program … Continue reading
To celebrate both National Nurses Week and Teacher Appreciation Week, we interviewed one of our nursing program faculty members, Raney Linck. Raney has been teaching for many years, and has taught at least one course for every graduating class from … Continue reading
Sometimes the place where you start from determines where you go—for better or worse. As a waitress and bartender, Alicen Himmelspach had come to a point in her life where she knew she wanted something more for herself, but she … Continue reading
On April 25, Minnesota School of Business-Richfield’s Internet Marketing Degree Program Chair and instructor, Richard Grossman, along with the 22 students in his Film in Society class, went on an excursion to the 2013 Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival at the … Continue reading