Carlson School of Management Review: The University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management offers a wide range of courses relevant to the business world.
They include finance, accounting, marketing, public policy, e-commerce, organizational management, information systems management, international business, entrepreneurship, consulting, human resource management, healthcare administration, production and operations management, supply chain logistics management, quantitative statistical analysis, and operations research, general management, and research.
Carlson School of Management Review 2019
Experiential learning is the backbone of all academic activities at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. The hands-on learning style introduces students to real-world business challenges, as well as global projects. Students choose at least one of four enterprises, namely, consulting, funds, brands, and ventures.
The school’s global policy ensures that international experience is incorporated in all it’s graduate students’ studies. This is done through its Global Discovery Program, which focuses on topics with global business impact, the climax of which is a two-week long exposure to real interaction business environments.
Life on Campus
The city setting of the college is such that students have the option of breaking the learning monotony with refreshing greenery, the city’s nightlife, and visits to museums. Not only that, but they are also spoilt for choice when it comes to dining.
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The School prides itself in the more than 50,000 alumni who went through its programs. Prominent alumni include William Grant Can Dyke of Donaldson Company, Duane Burnham of Abbot Laboratories, among others. At least 82.9% of the school’s graduates find jobs.
For US residents, the application deadline is April 1. For international students, the deadline is February 1. The school has fewer female students (31.5%) as compared to male students (68.5). (Carlson School of Management Review 2019)