Students work on an activity in a graduate-level course on cultural competency.
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal has named St. Scholastica's Master of Business Administration program as No. 6 in the state by enrollment size.
St. Scholastica has 240 students enrolled in its MBA in Leadership and Change in Duluth, St. Paul, St. Cloud and Hibbing. College officials plan to start a new cohort of this program in Grand Rapids in Spring 2017; go to css.edu/mba for details. The program is characterized by flexibility for working adults. The curriculum focuses on helping students develop leadership and change management skills, cultural competence, and ethical decision-making. Students can complete the program in as little as 16 months (12 months on the Duluth campus).
St. Scholastica also offers a 100 percent online MBA in Rural Healthcare for Administrators, which currently enrolls 44 students.