The Business School under University of Minnesota is popularly known as Curtis L Carlson School of Management
or simply Carlson School of Management
. The School of Management was named after its alumnus Curtis L Carlson in the year 1986.
The School of Management was established in the year 1919 and is located at Minneapolis, Minnesota in USA. Carlson School of Management
introduced its first MBA program in 1937, its first PhD program in business management in 1948 and the part time MBA program in 1960.
Currently the Carlson School of Management
has more than 5000 students and 230 full time professional staff members. The School offers the following types of programs – undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and executive education programs. The School of Management also offers joint degrees with other University of Minnesota Schools and Colleges.
The programs on offer by the School of Management
include – Bachelor of Science in Business degree, Master of Business Administration degree program, Master of Accountancy degree program, Master of Business Taxation, Master of Arts – Human Relations and Industrial Relations and PhD degree programs in Business Administration and Human Resources and Industrial Relations.
Dual degrees are offered by the School of Management
in the field of Medicine, Law, Public Health and Public Affairs, and include degrees such as MBA-MD, MBA-JD, MBA-MHA, MBA-MPP and MBA-PHARMD. The MBA programs at Carlson School of Management
have the following concentration choices – Management, Finance, Marketing, Supply Chain management and Information Systems.
Carlson School of Management
has nearly 50000 alumni base around the globe. The School of Management is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The Carlson School of Management
is housed in two buildings – Carlson Building and Hanson Hall. The School of Management has many learning programs for students, such as the – Emerging Leadership Program, Carlson Enterprise Programs, Case competitions, Virtual Team projects, New Product design, business development program etc.
An example to prove the success of the learning and research activities of the Carlson School of Management is the creation of the four P’s of marketing, which is now been taught at every business school around the world. Admissions at Carlson School of Management
depends upon the following criteria – past academic performance of the applicant, current resume, GMAT, professional references, personal statement and soft skills of the applicant.
To get more information about Carlson School of Management, visit http://www.csom.umn.edu