Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Graduate School of Business and Technology is committed to educating creative business and technology leaders who possess a sophisticated and ethical global view. Faculty at the business school are not only scholars but also experienced practitioners. Graduate degrees, the Doctorate in Business Administration, and master’s certificates are offered. Programs are featured at Saint Mary’s Twin Cities Campus, Rochester Campus, other university locations, and online.
Students looking for a doctorate, MBA, or graduate degree choose the business school for different reasons. But after students enroll and attend, they begin to experience a transformation that occurs with exposure to a supportive community that values perspective and experience. The Graduate School of Business and Technology is committed to being there as the goals initially set are met, and the staff will help students work toward ones they never even imagined. Graduate programs include an MS in Accounting, MA in Arts and Cultural Management, MS in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, MS in Cybersecurity, MS in Data Intelligence and GeoAnalytics, an MBA, and an MA in Human Resource Management.
The Office of Recreation, Involvement, and Student Engagements (R.I.S.E.) offers countless opportunities for students to meet other students with similar aspirations, views, and concerns, providing a framework for those students to cooperate towards a common goal. The University’s Winona Campus features a wide selection of student activities, organizations, student government bodies, clubs, and fraternities and sororities to offer the chance for recreation and enormous social, personal, and career growth.
The P/R and Business Club offers students exposure to specific roles in the Public Relations and Business fields. Activities within this club include field trips to businesses in the Twin Cities, Winona, Rochester, and La Cross area. Speakers visit throughout the semester to share their experiences and offer students advice. The club takes a trip each semester and hosts two to three speakers each term.
The Entrepreneurship Club is available to students of all majors who are interested in the current state of affairs in the emerging innovation community. Group members connect with rising entrepreneurs in web design, music, gaming, sports, and many other industries. The club’s agenda includes trips to TedX talks, Start-Up Venture events, and co-working/on-demand innovation gatherings around Minnesota.
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s online degrees are designed to fit students’ demanding lives and schedules from wherever they need to be. Online students have the chance to meet their coursework deadlines by learning through an online interface, recorded lectures, e-textbooks, audiobooks, and other online resources. Students are encouraged to utilize the Graduate School of Business and Technology student support team to ensure success in any of the high-quality online programs. Online graduate programs include Accounting, MS, Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, MS, Master of Social Work Public Administration, MA, Master of Business Administration, Human Resource Management, MA, and Cybersecurity, MS.