Paseka School of Business
Paseka School of Business cutting-edge programs deliver theoretical and practical, real-world insights taught in state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms. We work with industry leaders to create programs that meet industry needs. Whether it’s an undergraduate business degree, an MBA in Health Care Management, or new certificates in business analytics or entrepreneurship, you can find a program that meets your needs in the AACSB-accredited Paseka School of Business. The Paseka School of Business Purpose, Promise and Values guide the relationships we build and the connections we make with students, faculty and the community.
The Paseka School of Business maintains prestigious AACSB International accreditation for excellence in business education. As a leading business program in the region, you are assured of a high-quality teaching environment, a commitment to continuous improvement, and curricula responsive to the needs of business.
The majority of faculty holds the highest academic degree available in their discipline, representing a diverse blend of distinguished scholars and business practitioners. Many routinely conduct academic research, consult with businesses, or volunteer professional services to area organizations. Most importantly, our faculty coach, guide, mentor and serve as a resource to build student success.
Paseka School of Business students gain relevant business experiences outside the classroom. Students are required to participate in experiential learning to teach and bolster skills that will stand the test of time – like creative thinking, problem solving, and collaborating.
MSUM offers exciting exchange opportunities specific to the Paseka School of Business, include long-standing programs with Chongqing Technology and Business University (CTBU) and University of Portsmouth, England, and a regularly scheduled China business trip.
The Paseka School of Business enjoys a 65-year history of producing outstanding alumni leaders who demonstrate perseverance, ingenuity and creativity to make their businesses, organizations and communities thrive. In short, they are visionaries working in all industry sectors—finance, education, nonprofit, government, hospitality, medical and much more. MSU Moorhead transforms the lives of our students, who then face the world with grit, heart and humility to transform their world.
The student–faculty collaborative studies have been accepted for the 2023 THEREPS conferenceThe student–faculty collaborative studies have been accepted for presenting their studies at the 2023 THEREPS conference, a national tourism, hospitality and event conference. Two MBA students are Christian Hustad and Rachel Schumacher, advised by Drs. Hyun Sang An (Assistant Professor of Marketing) and Wooyang Kim (Associate Professor of Marketing). The 2023 TEHREPS conference will be held in Las Vegas, NV, on April 14-15, 2023. […]
PSB Professor Emeritus presents paperDr. Peter Geib, Paseka School of Business Management Professor Emeritus, co-authored and presented at the Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International Conference, Association of International Business Research and Practice (AIBRP) Track, in Chicago, March 22-24, 2023. The title of the paper is “Anti-Trust – Chinese Style.” Additionally, Dr. Geib is the co-Treasurer for the Association of International Business Research and […]
GO! TEAM wins 6 National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators ‘Best of’ AwardsThe National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) has honored the MSUM GO! TEAM with five ‘Best of’ Awards for 2021-22, pushing their total to 27 national awards since 2014. “We are extremely proud of our staff and the GO! TEAM students who work incredibly hard to make MSUM National Champions in the things we do behind the scenes,” said […]
College of Business, Analytics & Communication Faculty Members Hansen and Mollberg Engage with Kiwanis of Detroit LakesDr. T. J. Hansen, Department of Economics, Law & Politics, presented “Navigating the Economic Waters: Reflection and Outlook,” at the July 19th, 2022 meeting of the Kiwanis of Detroit Lakes. She compared resilience patterns among different industries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hansen’s talk also used historical data related to inflation, unemployment, and gross domestic product to frame current economic conditions […]
Retirements in the Paseka School of BusinessCome celebrate our faculty and staff!