Master of Business Administration
The Carlson MBA offers access to award-winning faculty and an international network of esteemed alumni, opportunities for global exploration and hands-on projects with real clients, lifelong connections to a diverse and supportive community of peers, and so much more.
A fully immersive two-year program for working professionals and aspiring career changers who have an average four years’ work experience. A traditional-format approach, with classes held throughout the day and week. Work on high-profile projects for leading companies through an Enterprise Program.
The Carlson Part-Time MBA program welcomes learners who are more than students: they’re employees, spouses, parents, and community leaders. Join the hundreds of professionals who balance their MBA with their demanding lifestyle, and apply now. Featuring an up-to-the-minute curriculum, the Carlson Part-Time MBA imparts a comprehensive understanding of business that prepares you to excel in your field.
With the Carlson Online MBA Program, you’re in control of your education — no matter where you are or where your career is headed. Apply lessons from your coursework to your day job while boasting your earning potential, broadening your business knowledge and skill set, and opening new professional doors.
An intensive program to groom experienced professionals for more challenging executive roles. Professionals with an average of 14 years’ experience develop a self-directed leadership development plan covering seven dimensions of executive leadership growth. The 20-month program takes place on alternating weekends.
Executive MBA - Minneapolis
Executive MBA - China
Executive MBA - Vienna
Set yourself apart in a competitive marketplace by honing your skills in one of the Carlson School's Full-Time MBA dual degree programs.
Business Management Minor
The Business Management Minor (BMM) is a free-standing graduate minor available to masters and doctoral students at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. A minimum of 8 credits (Masters students) or 12 credits (PhD students) must be completed in order for the minor to be awarded.