Business Schools in Minnesota
Minnesota's business growth has slowly shifted from raw goods production to finished products. Though the state remains a large raw goods producer, and shipped over 75% of the nation's iron ore in 2004, business investors in Minnesota have now turned to fields like technology and medical equipment. International business is important to residents of Minneapolis and St. Paul, as the Twin Cities is considered one of the largest media markets in the nation. MBA programs are popular in Minnesota, partly because a number of Fortune 500 businesses have their headquarters in the state, including:
- UnitedHealth Group
- Best Buy
- St. Paul Travelers Cos.
- General Mills
Minnesota will continue to offer a mix of agricultural, industrial, and technological business opportunities in the future. The Twin Cities are a trade and transport hub of the Midwest, further expanding Minnesota's business profile.
This list also contains online schools that accept students from Minnesota