The School of Business maintains the prestigious AACSB International accreditation for excellence in business education, a distinction held by less than five percent of the world’s business schools. As one of the leading business programs in the region, its curriculum consists of a unique blend of theoretical and practical, real-world insights taught in state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms and computer labs.
The majority of faculty holds the highest academic degree available in their discipline, and many routinely provide consulting services to businesses or provide professional services to the community on an ad-hoc, volunteer basis. Students gain relevant business experience outside the classroom by participating in such organizations as Beta Gamma Sigma, the Dragon Business Association and the Tri-College Student Human Resources Association, and by securing valuable internship experience through a wealth of options within the area’s vibrant business community. Students graduate from the program with strong business aptitude, leadership skills, networking insights and real-world experience, preparing them for successful professional business careers.
Three Minnesota State University Moorhead mass communication majors, Lane Zyvoloski, Sauk Rapids, Minn., Bryce Haugen, Moorhead, Minn., and Kaitlyn Teske, Fargo, N.D., were honored nationally by the Society of Professional Journalist’s 2012 Mark of Excellence Awards. Senior, Zyvoloski, won a national award for Online Feature Reporting from a medium-sized school for her “Being Queen: Life [...]
Several Computer Science students attended the Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium held at the University of Wisconsin, La Crosse. While there they competed against 45 teams from universities across the Upper Midwest and Northern Plains states. The teams were given seven difficult problems and three hours in which to solve them. The team of Ashraf [...]
A research article by Jody Mattern, Mass Communications, was published in the spring edition of the Journal of Advertising Education. The article, titled “Matching Creativity Perceptions and Capabilities: Exploring the Impact of Feedback Messages,” looked at two areas related to creativity: 1) How accurate our self-impressions of creativity actually are, and 2) How positive or [...]
An amazing opportunity is now being offered through the Mass Communications Department. Beginning in the fall of 2013, students can work for MSUM’s student-run public relations firm, Positive Reactions and earn field experience credits! This is NOT just for public relations majors! The firm needs designers, audio and video personnel, photographers, writers and more. There [...]
Professor Dr. Peter Geib, Management, and Associate Professor Tracy Gompf, Paralegal, were invited to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board for the International Journal of China Marketing. The International Journal of China Marketing is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal and is part of the series of journals published by the North American Business Press, which has [...]
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