Minnesota School of Business
Now jointly as Globe University and Minnesota School of business both founders of these institutions founded the program with the goal to provide a college providing vocational career education for the youth of Minnesota. In 1885, Globe University was founded as Globe College by a German born scholar who sought to provide a practical education for men and women.
From the beginning, the college has focused on teaching business. Just several years earlier in 1877, Minnesota School of Business was founded and taught English, shorthand, typing and bookkeeping among other business skills to a small group of students. Today Globe University and Minnesota School of Business work together to provide education in a variety of fields including legal science, technology, business, accounting, health sciences, and creative media.
Overview of Programs, Certificates and Degrees
- 1 online bachelor’s and master’s degree program in health care management
- 1 campus based bachelor’s degree program in nursing
Online Nursing and Health Care Degrees Review
Minnesota School of Business does not offer online nursing degrees, but a campus based Bachelor’s of science degree program in nursing is offered. Two online bachelors’ and master’s degree program in health care management, provide an opportunity for nurses interested in healthcare administration to earn a degree online.
Online Bachelor’s Degrees in Health Care
The Health Care Management bachelor’s of science degree programs provides a broad overview in law, ethics and administration to allow students the opportunity to work in a variety of health care management positions. Class sizes are kept small to ensure that each student receives individualized attention.
Duration and Cost
Tuition for the bachelor’s degree program is approximately $80,000 and requires 36 months of full-time study to complete.
Online Master’s Degree in Health Care Management
The online master’s degree in management with a specific focus in health care management is a sub concentration of the Master of Science in management program in the school of business. The program focus on preparing students for leadership positions in the health care field at the local, national and global level. Students complete three practicums allowing for the opportunity to apply management skills learned in the program. The program can be completed by students with interest or industry experience in the health care industry.
Duration and Cost
The program tuition is $28,890 and can be completed in about 18 months.
All faculty teaching the online Health Care Management program have a degree in nursing, and have also completed special education in online learning. Faculty of the Health Care Management bachelor’s degree program are health care managers.
Things to consider:
- Nursing program is not currently offered online
- Only degree programs are not accredited by a nursing/healthcare body (BSN degree is accredited by CCNE)
Minnesota School of Business is accredited by Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). The bachelor’s degree in nursing program at Minnesota School of Business is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Globe University/Minnesota School of Business
1401 West 76th Street, Suite 300
Richfield, MN 55423