A Business Administration degree from Minnesota State University Moorhead is an excellent choice if you want to be broadly and competitively marketable in a variety of industries. At MSUM, you get a rigorous AACSB-accredited business program coupled with experiential learning that prepares you to craft your own business future, whether you want to be an entrepreneur, a manager or a change-leader in the business world.The 4+1 Master of Business Administration (MBA) provides a seamless and direct pathway from an undergraduate business administration or accounting degree to a master’s degree.
AACSB Accreditation ensures you’re getting the highest quality business program. Less than 5 percent of the world’s business schools are accredited.
Unique educational enhancements that focus on emerging needs in the business environment, such as certificates in Human Resources, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Investment Management and more!
International Business, Management and Marketing Emphases to narrow your scope of interest.
Professional business advising through your sophomore year. Upon admittance to the program, you’re assigned a faculty member in your area of interest — International Business, Management or Marketing.
Accessibility and flexibility enable you to complete classes how you want — face to face, hybrid or online.
With generous transfer credit for your AAS, AS or Diploma, you can complete your MSUM business degree from anywhere in just two years.
Business Student Success Stories
Zac Spohn, a senior business administration major, is the new Executive President of Collegiate DECA.
Minnesota State University Moorhead student Aleyah Fettig and co-owner Nat Nongnuang launched Sushi Burrito Café in January 2021.
Devon Rheault, Adam Sakry and Cody Pulczinski recognized that social media marketing may be difficult for smaller businesses; even more so in the last year due to difficulties caused by the pandemic. Their project offers a solution.
MSUM’s Business Administration degree offers a unique and wide selection of learning opportunities outside of the classroom. Whether you call it engaged learning, experiential learning or just being adventurous, we hope you will explore the options that spark your interests, strengths and passions.