Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

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Attend an information session

Attend a session to learn about the St. Cloud State MBA degree programs. Our free sessions often include a panel of students and faculty.

St. Cloud

Our spring 2019 sessions at the SCSU Welcome Center include:

  • 6-7 p.m.  March 28


Our spring 2019 sessions at St. Cloud State at Plymouth include:

  • 6-7 p.m.  Feb. 20 - Cancelled
  • 6-7 p.m.  April 18

Email with the date and location of the session you wish to attend.

Common Questions

How much does the program cost?

Estimated cost of the online program and flexible program in St. Cloud is $28,000.

Estimated cost of the cohort program at St. Cloud State at Plymouth is $34,000.

Additional student fees may apply.

What are the application deadlines?

You can apply at any time.

All three programs have rolling admissions. Apply early to secure your spot.

When can I start?

  • If you’re admitted to the St. Cloud program, you start the next fall or spring
  • If you’re admitted to the Plymouth program, you start the next spring
  • If you're admitted to the online program, you start the next fall

What if I travel for work?

You may be required to travel for work. If so, consult with your faculty member to make special arrangements.

Online program students who travel should plan to be near an Internet connection.

Are any courses online?

The online program is 100 percent online. The Plymouth and St. Cloud programs do not offer online courses.

I get some reimbursement from my employer. How does that work?

Some employers reimburse a student after successful completion of the program, as verified by a transcript.

Are there scholarships? What type of financial aid is there?

Limited scholarships are available. Most MBA students seek financial aid in the form of loans. Visit the St. Cloud State financial-aid website for details.

How much group work is there?

This depends on the professor. However, our MBA program believes in developing cross-functional team skills, so group work is part of most courses. Students often use technology for collaborative work.

Questions? Contact Suzanne Nordos, program assistant, at 320-308-3212 and