Stender School ofBusiness and Technology
Equipping the future leaders in business and technology with a strong sense of ethics and responsibility to the world community.
Training Leaders with Integrity and a Strong Sense of Social Responsibility
The Stender School of Business and Technology combines an academic emphasis on liberal arts with experiential learning to create global leaders with strong professional skills who act with integrity and a strong sense of social responsibility. With a degree from the Stender School, you’ll have an advantage over the competition by learning how to think critically and approach complex problems in a global context.
An Emphasis on International Business Education
The School is broadening its emphasis on international business education, which will include study opportunities in China, Russia, India, Ireland and other locations. The curriculum cultivates ethical development while increasing student engagement through internships, professional organizations and social activities.
Students are Our First Priority
Our faculty and staff know students by name, work hard to advise and counsel them effectively, help them find internships and employment, and make their education experience enjoyable. Professors don’t lecture you; they mentor you, engage you in candid dialogue and challenge you to make a positive impact on the world.
- Applied Economics
- BA/BS Computer Information Systems
- Bachelor of Arts Accounting
- Bachelor of Arts Business Management
- Bachelor of Arts Marketing
- Bachelor of Arts Organizational Leadership
- Bachelor of Science Finance
- Bachelor of Science Health Informatics and Information Management
- Data Analytics
The Stender School of Business and Technology
Tower Hall, Room 3149B
1200 Kenwood Ave
Duluth, MN 55811
Meet the Dean
Robert Hartl, MA
Interim Dean Stender School of Business and Technology
Robert J. Hartl, MA is an Associate Professor of Management and Director of the MBA in Leadership and Change at the School of Business and Technology. He describes his teaching philosophy as, “helping students discover and appreciate how they learn and solve problems.”