School of Business and Professional Studies
The School of Business and Professional Studies prepares lifelong learners to initiate ideas and take action in a globally-connected, changing world. Bachelor's and graduate degrees, certificates and professional development programming span economics, finance, marketing, sales, management, communication, ethics and consumer science.
Programs include the nationally recognized Center for Sales Innovation, the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Master of Business Administration. Education programs are offered at two degree levels and in Montessori. All elementary education majors are required to complete a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) certificate made up of three team-taught courses. SBPS's Master of Library and Information Science program is the only library and information science program in Minnesota, and one of only 57 in North America, accredited by the American Library Association.
Other baccalaureate majors offered in SBPS include financial economics, international business and economics, accounting, professional sales (healthcare and business to business), business administration: marketing and management, business management, communication studies, family and consumer science, apparel design, fashion merchandising, and interior design.