Saturday, May 17, 2008

The College of St. Scholastica launches MBA program in Duluth, as well as in St. Paul, St. Cloud

The College of St. Scholastica is launching a Master of Business Administration degree program in Duluth. Classes begin in September at St. Scholastica’s campus at 1200 Kenwood Ave.

The CSS MBA will also be offered at St. Scholastica’s campuses in St. Paul and St. Cloud.

St. Scholastica will continue to offer its popular Master of Arts in Management degree in Duluth and in St. Paul.

“We worked with business leaders and student focus groups to design our new MBA program,” said Bob Sherman, dean of St. Scholastica’s School of Business and Technology.

“Its distinguishing characteristics are personal mentoring from coaches, a global perspective throughout the curriculum, and an emphasis on ethics and social responsibility.”

Prospective students and employers can learn more by visiting the CSS MBA Web site at or by contacting Tonya Roth at (218) 723-6285 or toll free (866) 478-9277.

The CSS MBA features:

--Up-front assessment of each student’s leadership style, professional goals, and communication skills to match the student with a coach who is best able to develop the student’s potential.

--A capstone experience that offers the student an opportunity to help an international business work toward solution of a real-world problem.

--Cultivation of the student’s ethics and sense of social responsibility, which is an outgrowth of The College of St. Scholastica’s Catholic Benedictine heritage.

The St. Scholastica School of Business and Technology’s mission is to develop leaders who demonstrate the highest levels of professional excellence, global awareness, ethical decision-making and social responsibility.

U.S. News & World Report magazine calls The College of St. Scholastica a “Top Tier” Midwestern university, and USA Today newspaper has called it a “hidden gem.” Business North

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