Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center


Highest Degree Offered: Bachelors

College Type: Proprietary

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Academic Calendar: Quarter

State: Minnesota


MISION STATEMENT AND OBJECTIVESOur mission is to provide education that enables our graduates to reachtheir career and life goals by having the knowledge and skills that meetbusiness- industry and government needs. Our commitment to ourstudents and employers will be accomplished through the followingobjectives:1. Provide education and training leading to diplomas- associate degrees-baccalaureate degrees and masters degrees.2. Provide academic and support services to serve the needs of ourstudents.3. Provide an integrated general education in order to build awareness-abilities and interests to help students become empowered andknowledgeable citizens.4. Provide the knowledge and skills to support immediate employmentgoals.5. Provide a foundation of knowledge to prepare students for futurecareer advancement.6. Provide a system of curriculum review to ensure appropriate andcurrent programs for our students.7. Maintain liaisons with industry leaders through program advisoryboards to provide state of the industry technology and ensure currentbusiness practices.8. Provide lifelong career seeking skills for our graduates.9. Provide an environment to empower our employees to reach the limitsof their potential in their professional and personal lives as they bringcompetitive advantage to the enterprise.

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Total Students: 688
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Undergraduate Students: 688
Faculty: 8

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5910 Shingle Creek Pky
Brooklyn Center Minnesota 55430


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