The Carlson School invites you to be and do something truly special. Belong to a unique community of inquisitive thinkers and engaged faculty who bring a wealth of experience to the program and bring out the best in one another. Become the leader you were meant to be through a wealth of opportunities beyond the classroom.
of graduates received job offers 90 days after graduation
U.S. public university business faculty for intellectual contributions
U.S. News and World Report - Best Full-Time MBA Program
THE CARLSON ADVANTAGE
Connect with the Vibrant Business Community
Minnesota ranks 6th best state for business and is home to 17 Fortune 500 companies
Work on Real-World Projects
One-of-a-kind experiential learning opportunities
Get Noticed by Top Companies
97 percent of 2016 graduates received employment offers within 90 days of graduation
Join the Network
53,000+ alumni in 95 countries
Get Personal Attention from the Experts
One-on-one support from faculty ranked no. 3 for intellectual contributions in business among U.S. public universities
Discover the Community
Enhance your expiereince with 22 student club options
Explore International Business
Education abroad programs in 29 countries
Each fall, Carlson MBA students pursuing careers in technology venture west to visit leading companies, network with distinguished alumni, and explore career opportunities. Look back on their action-packed day exploring Facebook, Intuit, Adobe, and more.
Full-Time MBA Blog
Study Abroad in South America
Jaclyn Gonzales, '16
One of my favorite experiences in business school has been the study aboard component. Not only will I take away these important business lessons, but more importantly I will take the memories with my friends and classmates as we got to know and explore new cultures, cuisines and people.
Words of Wisdom for the MBA Class of 2018
Adam Rao, '16
Your first year of business school is rapidly approaching! Soon, you’ll be moving from thinking about b-school to thinking about the details of b-school. Before you reach that point, here are three pieces of advice I wish I had been given as I headed into my first year.