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15th annual alumni event at Canterbury Park
Be part of America's Foremost Business Fraternity
New members come from GMG, YMCA, Tailwind, and more.
More than 80 attendees from across Minnesota attend conference at 10 locations
Brian Fazio Business Education Partnership Award
Boom Chicka Power: Take Control. Be Prepared. Get Trained.
Minnesota State University-Mankato Launches Student Venture Competition
CEO and Founder Bill Rasmussen to speak at Minnesota State University
Film Festival to showcase entrepreneurs in the local community
Laptop Fee to Wall Street Journal Fee change will begin spring semester 2015
The Princeton Review Announces "Best 296 Business Schools"
Dining etiquette and networking open to all students; Hosted by the College of Business and Career Development Center
Luke Howk, COB Internship and External Partnerships Coordinator, was a guest blogger for the Career Development Center
College of Business Hosts More than 700 at Canterbury Park
The College of Business welcomes Suresh Mathews as the first Executive in Residence on April 24-25
Accounting alumna receives prestigious Elijah Watt Sells Award for her outstanding CPA exam score
Come support the scholarship of current Minnesota State Mankato accounting students
Dave Rettig, Founder & President of Rembrandt Foods to give the Richard Schmitz Executive Lecture on April 8
MAcc program hosts scholarship competition based on communication skills
United Prairie Bank Integrated Business Experience student company donates $2500 to charity
Foundation Board president gives lecture, hosted by College of Business Finance club
Special scholarship application
Morgan Thomas Executive Lecture
2013 College of Business Scholarship application
There is a local scholarship of $100. Recipient is sent forward for chance at $1,000 and $7,000 international schoolarship.
Master of Accounting Program Starting in 2013
MBA program cited among nation's best
Chris Brown Mahoney is first College of Business professor whose office will be located in Edina
Verone Nelson is retiring after working at MSU for 48 years.
College of Business, United Prairie Team Up for New Program