Admissions Office
The College of St. Scholastica
1200 Kenwood Avenue
Duluth, MN 55811
(218) 723-6046
(800) 249-6412
TTY/TDD: (218) 723-6790

Bob Hartl, M.A.,
Department Chair
Tower Hall, Room 3126
(218) 723-6651


Fast Facts: Management

  • Emphasizes the human dimensions of management by teaching students how to apply theoretical concepts to the solution of real-world problems.
  • Prepares students for managerial careers in a wide range of for-profit and nonprofit organizations.
  • Provides thorough overview of critical business functions such as accounting, economics, research methods, human resource and financial management.
  • Importance of business ethics is infused throughout the management program.
  • Students may develop customized program through selection of management electives based on their specific areas of interest.  

Program Requirements

Major: 68 credits
Minor: 20 credits


Students may choose to complete an applied internship providing practical experience from a variety of diverse organizations in the region such as:  Upper Lakes Foods Inc., Duluth Entertainment Convention Center, Townsquare Media Group, Target, Best Buy, 3M and Amsoil Corp.


The need for qualified and ethical managers is expected to increase in both the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Those skilled not only in management theory but in the practical and ethical application of these theories to solve real world business problems will always be in demand.

Boost your brain power and give yourself a competitive edge in our global economy by pairing your major with a language. St. Scholastica offers programs and courses in American Sign Language, French, German, Latin, Ojibwe, Russian and Spanish.

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  • "The management program has not only given me the knowledge to succeed, but also helped me realize my potential and shaped me into a charismatic leader. I highly encourage students who have high expectations for themselves and are looking to build themselves from the ground up to consider this major."

    –Alvaro Hernandez-Feris, ‘15