Whether you are looking for an accredited business degree program at the undergraduate
or graduate level, wage statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that
many careers requiring a degree in business offer wages that are significantly higher
than the average wage earned by Minnesota workers across industries. For example,
while the average Minnesota worker made $44,100 per year as of May 2008, workers
in Minnesota management occupations made an average of $101,340 per year and employees
in Minnesota business and finance operations occupations made an annual average
wage of $59,300.
To begin working towards your Minnesota business career, browse the below list of
schools to find an accredited business degree program offering online or on-campus
courses. Finding an accredited business degree program is essential for students
looking to enter a Minnesota business career, as well as for those who are currently
working in a business career who would like to further their education in business
to increase their employment opportunities.