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Business Administration Graduate Says Minnesota School of Business is Great Place to Learn

Austin Ryan had previously attended another university but chose to attend Minnesota School of Business (MSB)-Rochester for a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration because he says he liked the campus location, small class sizes and experienced instructors. “Minnesota School of Business was much more of a learning environment,” he says. “Also the schedule
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Military Student Appreciates Career-Focused Environment at Minnesota School of Business

Taylor Smith is working toward her Associate of Applied Science degree in business administration at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB)-Richfield campus. She also works part time as an administrative assistant, but the combination of iPad® technology and the support from her campus helps her stay on the path to success. “At MSB I really
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Business Administration Student Finds Balance Between School and Being a Mom

Crystal Doffing strives to be a good role model for her daughter, and she feels that Minnesota School of Business (MSB) has allowed her to do that. She is studying business administration at the St. Cloud campus, and she says MSB has given her the opportunity to attend school while raising her daughter, something that
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‘Stellar’ Business Plan Leads to Profits – One Grad’s Success Story

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 of Business-Plymouth (MSB), used his as the basis for a new business venture. Swiontkowski, a
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90 Percent of New Restaurants Fail: Does a Business Degree Make a Difference?

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 chair, shares his observations about the current business climate for people looking into becoming business
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Accolades in Anaheim: 6 Collegiate DECA Students Receive International Honors

It wasn’t all fun and games for the Collegiate DECA team in Anaheim, Calif., for the 52nd Annual Collegiate DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC). The teams from Minnesota School of Business (MSB) networked with top students from around the globe through competitions that challenged their skills, and established connections and relationships that could last
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Breaking Barriers 365 Days a Year: One Student’s Story

Jeremiah Sampah, business management degree student, is in his second quarter at Minnesota School of Business-Shakopee. Although his career emphasis is finance, he has a passion for helping others in need. That passion is what led Jeremiah to volunteer with People Serving People, a nonprofit organization whose mission is “to serve homeless children and their families and
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Elk River Student Gets Elected to VP of DECA’s Metro Region

Minnesota School of Business-Elk River student, Kelly Flannery, was elected as the vice president of the Collegiate DECA’s Metro Region at the career conference in Mankato early this month. Although Flannery didn’t place in her event for the conference, she said grabbing the VP spot was where her heart was. “It was very exciting when
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How To Graduate Faster, Save Money and Start Making Money Sooner

There is no doubt in my mind that many college students today would like to find the secret to graduate faster, save money and make money in their chosen careers sooner rather than later.  At Minnesota School of Business in Elk River, a few students have already stumbled upon the “secret” to this mystery—it’s simple:
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This Teacher Kicks Math Phobia to the Curb

Do you remember that first moment in math class when the cold sweats and nausea began? Maybe it was Algebra or maybe it was just story problems. Well, Frank Ayers can help you through that. Ayers teaches math and business administration degree classes at Minnesota School of Business–St. Cloud, but his specialty is working with
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