Training for Today's Job Market
Minnesota School of Business provides skills training today's employers look for in job candidates. It is MSB's mission to prepare students to enter and prosper in high-demand, rewarding careers in business and industry.
Our goal is to make your online education convenient and career focused. Since 1877, Minnesota School of Business has been providing career-focused education to individuals wanting to improve their lives!
Take advantage of our experienced faculty who will support you as you earn your online college degree. Find out how Minnesota School of Business can help you change your world with online education.
Online education and earning a degree online is now more convenient than ever. Earn your degree at home on your own time on your own terms! At Minnesota School of Business Online you can earn your degree online "anytime and anyplace" from an accredited college. Whether you're looking to start a degree, finish a degree, or just take a few classes, Minnesota School of Business provides an education online to fit your busy life.
Advantages of an online degree program include:
- No driving, no parking, no child care — 100 percent of your time as an online college student will be committed to learning.
- If you have access to the Internet, you have access to college — online is a solution for active-duty military personnel and business travelers.
- Need flexibility in scheduling? You can take an online class at midnight or at noon.
- Want to finish a four-year degree in three? This efficient college model may make it possible.
Most of our students qualify for financial aid. Our representatives will help you through the process.
Employers contact us because they know they will find a talented pool of career-ready graduates. Our career placement staff will assist you in your job search.
History and Mission of Minnesota School of Business
Professor Alexander R. Archibald, formerly of Dartmouth College, founded Minnesota School of Business (MSB) in 1877. The school's first location was a three-room building at Third and Marquette in Minneapolis, where Professor Archibald and an assistant taught bookkeeping, shorthand, English, and penmanship. In 1890, Charles T. Rickard and Grove A. Gruman purchased MSB and moved it to a larger facility in the Jewelers' Exchange Building on First Avenue North and Seventh Street in downtown Minneapolis.
Today, the Minnesota School of Business has thousands of successful alumni nationwide and throughout the world!