A Message from the Interim Director Gretchen Huwe

The dynamic transformation of our society will continue to set forth challenges for our business leaders. Everything changes at such a rapid pace that leaders find it increasingly necessary to purposefully engage in lifelong learning to remain effective. The Herberger Business School MBA offers you an extraordinary opportunity to learn transferable skills and to develop both personally and professionally. I welcome you to delve into a life-enriching program that is designed to be relevant, flexible, and aligned with your integrated lifestyle.

The Herberger Business School MBA program has been accredited since 1982 by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)- the foremost accrediting agency for degree programs in business. We are one of only five MBA programs in Minnesota which have met the rigorous criteria for this prestigious accreditation. AACSB-accreditation ensures our MBA program provides you with high-caliber faculty who have demonstrated scholarship, pertinent curricula, support to meet your aspirations, and continuous improvement via comprehensive assessment practices.

In addition to our full-time and part-time St. Cloud campus MBA program, we offer our AACSB-accredited MBA program to residents in the Twin Cities at a convenient site in Maple Grove. Our distinctive cohort model offers you 26-month degree completion with one-night-a-week classes, professionally-experienced and highly motivated colleagues, highly-qualified professors, and innovative class scheduling to help you maintain a healthy balance in your life.

We have an outstanding reputation as a business school and we have the intrinsic passion to become even better. Our vision includes initiatives to sustain faculty excellence, implement innovative ideals, and partner with our global communities. I encourage you to learn for yourself how the Herberger MBA experience can help you achieve your life goals.

Gretchen Huwe
MBA Program Interim Director
Herberger Business School

 

 

 

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