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College Profile: Minneapolis Business College

 
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Minneapolis Business College is a college located in Roseville, Minnesota, conjoined with an office building in the Rosewood Office Plaza. The college prepares students for office and business environments and offers courses in accounting, computers, graphic design, paralegal, medical assisting, office administration, and travel careers. Minneapolis Business College offers diplomas and associate degrees in all programs on an accelerated basis by holding courses five days per week.
 
1711 W County Rd B
Roseville, MN
55113-0000
651-636-7406 (general)
651-636-7406 (financial aid)
651-636-7406 (admissions)
 
 
 

 
Mission Statement

To provide short-term career education to those who desire to begin, reenter, or advance their careers in business, industry, or personal services.


General Information
Other Names
Type Private for-profit, 2-year
Control Private for-profit
Size Under 1,000
Campus Setting Suburb: Large
Calendar System Semester
Title IV Eligibility Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs
Relgious Affiliation Not applicable

College Student Services Offered
No Remedial ServicesYes Academic/career counseling service
Yes Employment services for studentsYes Placement services for completers
No On-campus day care for students' children   

College Special Learning Opportunities
No ROTCNo Distance learning opportunities
No ROTC: ArmyNo Study abroad
No ROTC: NavyNo Weekend/evening college
No ROTC: Air Force   

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
More info

Minneapolis Business College Website
Wikipedia

Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
Open admission policy Yes
Admission test scores Not applicable
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Not applicable

Applicants (most recent fall period)
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Admissions (most recent fall period)
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Percentage of Students Submitting Test Scores
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SAT Percentile Scores
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ACT Percentile Scores
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Percentage Receiving Financial Aid
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Average Amount of Financial Aid Received
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduates
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Comprehensive Fee for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Graduates
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Student Body
463 Student Body SizeYes On-Campus Housing
0 Fall Applicants50 Total Dormitory Capacity
0 Fall Admissions

Gender
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Ethnicity
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College Levels Offered
Yes Less than one year certificateYes One but less than two years certificate
Yes Associate's degreeNo Two but less than 4 years certificate
No Bachelor's degreeNo Postbaccalaureate certificate
No Master's degreeNo Post-master's certificate
No Doctor's degreeNo First-professional degree
No First-professional certificate

Degrees and Certifications
Accounting (Associate Degree)
Accounting (Diploma Program)
Accounting, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
Accounting is a core program for any educational institution that is serious about business, and it's no different at National American University. The Associate of Applied Science degree in Accounting provides specialized education for various entry-level positions in the accounting profession. It's also designed for easy transfer into the bachelor's degree in accounting. Graduates of this program can expect to find employment as accounting technicians, payroll clerks, bookkeepers, or clerical assistants in business, government or non-profit organizations. With experience, graduates may qualify for more advanced positions, such as payroll supervisors, lead accountants or tax specialists.
Accounting, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
Accounting is a core program for any educational institution that is serious about business, and it's no different at National American University. The Bachelor of Science in Accounting degree program is an excellent program that provides students with the preparation needed to sit for the certified managerial accounting (CMA) exam as well as the certified public accountant (CPA) exam in those states not requiring the fifth year of education. Students planning to take the exam in these states will take the CPA review courses as part of their undergraduate degree. For graduates with a bachelor's degree in accounting, many career opportunities exist as private accountants for corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships, government agencies or non-profit organizations.
Administrative Assistant (Associate Degree)
Administrative Assistant (Diploma Program)
Applied Management, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
National American University's Associate of Applied Science degree in Applied Management is designed to meet the needs of individuals who have acquired occupational-related training at community colleges, technical institutes, military service schools, or industry-related schools in business, health, or another technical field. This program provides business students with an overview of accounting, economics, finance and management knowledge and skills needed for entry-level business supervisory positions. It also gives them an understanding of professional ethics and its application to the business environment.
Applied Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
NAU's Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Management is an excellence choice for students who already hold degrees, diplomas or certificates in specialty areas, such as merchandising, dental hygiene, electronics, medical assisting, drafting, welding, or other vocational areas. Combined with our sound business and general education courses, this degree prepares graduates for advancement in management areas associated with their specialty fields. Two options are available in this program: (1) transfer of credit from the source of the specialty training, or (2) creation of a specialty area using National American University courses. This program provides students with a thorough understanding of theory and application related to the business environment so they can collect and analyze data, identify alternative solutions, and select the most appropriate course of action for specific business problems. It also gives them an understanding of professional ethics and its application to the business environment.
Business Administration, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
As a university grounded in the basics of business, National American University's business administration degree program might be considered the flagship of all we have to offer. NAU's Associate of Applied Science degree program emphasizes an understanding of business and an introduction to the use of computers in business. Students may elect to continue in the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. They may also choose an emphasis in accounting, information technology, financial management, pre-law, international business, management or marketing.
Business Administration, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
As a university grounded in the basics of business, National American University's business administration degree program might be considered the flagship of all we have to offer. A wide variety of emphasis areas gives students the options to customize their business educations to point them directly into the heart of their chosen career field after graduation. Students studying business administration are broadly introduced to all areas of business, including accounting, information technology, marketing, finance, international business, management and more.
Business Administration Emphasis in Financial Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This is an excellent degree for students interested in the field of finance. Graduates can expect to be well qualified for careers in banking, lending institutions, financial planning in the business insurance industry and brokerage firms.
Business Administration Emphasis in Financial Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This is an excellent degree for students interested in the field of finance. Graduates can expect to be well qualified for careers in banking, lending institutions, financial planning in the business insurance industry and brokerage firms.
Business Administration Emphasis in Information Systems, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This degree is intended for business majors who recognize the importance and growth of the use of digital information in today's business world. As with all business administration degrees, a wide range of job opportunities is available, but graduates of this degree will have an advantage in the ability to use information technology to get the job done.
Business Administration Emphasis in Information Systems, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This degree is intended for business majors who recognize the importance and growth of the use of digital information in today's business world. As with all business administration degrees, a wide range of job opportunities is available, but graduates of this degree will have an advantage in the ability to use information technology to get the job done.
Business Administration Emphasis in International Business, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
More and more business is being conducted on an international level. This degree gives students the opportunity to focus on how business conducted on a global scale is different from domestic enterprise. The types of careers available are similar to those with a general business degree, but graduates from this degree program will have a distinct advantage in working for any firm that does business globally.
Business Administration Emphasis in International Business, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
More and more business is being conducted on an international level. This degree gives students the opportunity to focus on how business conducted on a global scale is different from domestic enterprise. The types of careers available are similar to those with a general business degree, but graduates from this degree program will have a distinct advantage in working for any firm that does business globally.
Business Administration Emphasis in Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
For students who aspire to high-level executive management positions in private industry or government agencies, this degree program is ideal. Graduates can anticipate opportunities in a wide range of management positions, including human resource management, operations management and production supervision.
Business Administration Emphasis in Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
For students who aspire to high-level executive management positions in private industry or government agencies, this degree program is ideal. Graduates can anticipate opportunities in a wide range of management positions, including human resource management, operations management and production supervision.
Business Administration Emphasis in Marketing, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This is an exceptionally exciting degree for people who are creative and strategic, and who enjoy being on the front-line of business development. Graduates enjoy rewarding career opportunities in areas such as retail management, sales management, marketing research, advertising and promotions.
Business Administration Emphasis in Marketing, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
This is an exceptionally exciting degree for people who are creative and strategic, and who enjoy being on the front-line of business development. Graduates enjoy rewarding career opportunities in areas such as retail management, sales management, marketing research, advertising and promotions.
Computer Programming/Applications (Associate Degree)
Computer Programming/Applications (Diploma Program)
Computer Specialist (Associate Degree)
Computer Specialist (Diploma Program)
Graphic Design (Associate Degree)
Graphic Design (Diploma Program)
Health Care Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
National American University offers an exciting Health Care Management degree program, available to adult learners who have education and work experience in one of the many health-related professions. This program allows students to obtain a bachelor's degree built upon their current education. Many health care workers are required to have a targeted education to enter their professions. It is often difficult for them to build upon that because of the specialization of the course work they have taken. NAU's Health Care Management program is intended for students who have been working in health care, and know what goes on in the real world of health care.
Health Care Management, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
National American University offers an exciting Health Care Management degree program, available to adult learners who have education and work experience in one of the many health-related professions. This program allows students to obtain a bachelor's degree built upon their current education. Many health care workers are required to have a targeted education to enter their professions. It is often difficult for them to build upon that because of the specialization of the course work they have taken. NAU's Health Care Management program is intended for students who have been working in health care, and know what goes on in the real world of health care.
Information Technology, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
National American University's two-year program of study provides education for various entry-level positions in the information systems field. Students can work with their advisors to design programs in their areas of interests, which may be programming, database administration, Microsoft networking, or software applications. Graduates may qualify for positions such as computer operators, programmers, database administrators, or microcomputer specialists. Credits earned in this program will apply toward NAU's information technology bachelor's degree with an emphasis in management information systems.
Information Technology Emphasis in Software Development, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
The field of computer information systems continues to expand and change at a rapid rate. The need for qualified application developers with knowledge of information technology systems is greater than ever as the requirement for new systems increases. This four-year degree program prepares students to qualify for computer programmer/analyst and software engineer positions with opportunities for advancement. Students will become proficient in common and current programming languages and software development methods and tools.
Information Technology Emphasis in Software Development, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
The field of computer information systems continues to expand and change at a rapid rate. The need for qualified application developers with knowledge of information technology systems is greater than ever as the requirement for new systems increases. This four-year degree program prepares students to qualify for computer programmer/analyst and software engineer positions with opportunities for advancement. Students will become proficient in common and current programming languages and software development methods and tools.
IT Emphasis in Management Information Systems, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
The requirement for management personnel to understand information technology and its impact upon modern business operations has never been greater. This degree program, with its component of business, finance, management, and accounting courses and its specialization MIS, prepares graduates to be managers in information technology. Graduates are qualified for careers as systems analysts and information systems managers.
IT Emphasis in Management Information Systems, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
The requirement for management personnel to understand information technology and its impact upon modern business operations has never been greater. This degree program, with its component of business, finance, management, and accounting courses and its specialization MIS, prepares graduates to be managers in information technology. Graduates are qualified for careers as systems analysts and information systems managers.
IT Emphasis in Network Management/Microsoft, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
Students must have an in-depth knowledge of network design and operation to enter this field, and NAU's Information Technology: Network Management/Microsoft program provides them with that. Graduates of this program have all the necessary skills to manage and provide technical support for a computer network. The focus is on Microsoft networking, and it prepares students for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) exams.
IT Emphasis in Network Management/Microsoft, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
Students must have an in-depth knowledge of network design and operation to enter this field, and NAU's Information Technology: Network Management/Microsoft program provides them with that. Graduates of this program have all the necessary skills to manage and provide technical support for a computer network. The focus is on Microsoft networking, and it prepares students for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) exams.
Legal Administration (Associate Degree)
Legal Administration (Diploma Program)
Medical Administrative Assistant, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
NAU's Medical Administrative Assistant degree program is designed to prepare students for entry-level administrative positions in a variety of health care settings. Administrative duties may include greeting patients, setting appointment times, scheduling hospital admissions, medical transcription, medical record management, insurance coding and billing, bill collections, office compliance and other general medical office procedures.
Medical Assisting (Associate Degree)
Medical Assisting (Diploma Program)
Medical Assisting, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
National American University's Medical Assisting program utilizes a combination of lecture and laboratory sessions, as well as an externship following completion of required course work. Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical duties in a physician's office or other outpatient care settings within the scope of specific training and state law, and in accordance with assignments by a physician. Administrative duties may include patient scheduling, reception duties, medical record management, medical transcription, office correspondence, medical insurance procedures and office accounts, fees and collections.
Medical Staff Services Management, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
The Medical Staff Services Management (MSSM) degree is designed to prepare graduates to work in a hospital or health care facility as a credentialing expert. A certified MSSM is qualified to become an integral part of health care administration that would be responsible for: managing compliance, adherence to government bylaws, credentialing of staff, operations management (staffing, budgets, database administration, etc.), continuing education, and upholding organizational policies, procedures, and regulations.
Network Management (Associate Degree)
Network Management (Diploma Program)
Nursing RN-to-BSN, B.S. (Bachelor Degree)
Today's environment of health care has created a growing need for professional nurses with the bachelor's degree. NAU's RN to BSN degree completion program provides the knowledge necessary to challenge nurses to further their professional education and expand their career opportunities. The baccalaureate program may be completed through online learning or through traditional on-campus courses. The BSN degree broadens the career choices for registered nurses to include management, leadership, research and teaching positions. The BSN also offers the opportunity for them to further their education to the master's and doctorate level.
Pharmacy Technician, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
The growing use of prescription medications has created a need for formally trained pharmacy technicians. National American University's Associate of Applied Science program provides the knowledge necessary to achieve pharmacy technician certification. The AAS program at NAU is offered in a manner that accommodates traditional students and working adults. The program is designed to benefit individuals new to pharmacy and current pharmacy technicians interested in enhancing their skills and formalizing their training.
Therapeutic Massage, A.A.S. (Associate Degree)
The therapeutic massage industry is a rapidly growing profession. Taking into consideration the mind, body and spirit, the focus of the massage therapist is to meet the needs of the client by perceiving the body as a whole. NAU's Therapeutic Massage program is designed to be the foundation of any massage therapist's career. Massage therapists are found in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, chiropractic offices and other health care facilities. Many therapists choose to be self-employed and open a private practice independently or with several associates.
Therapeutic Massage, Diploma (Diploma Program)
NAU's diploma program in therapeutic massage offers a well-rounded curriculum with an excellent balance between lectures and experiential courses. With a solid grounding in anatomy and physiology of the human body, this program is strong on the basics, and it gives students optimal opportunities to develop their 'touch' skills. Best of all, this program gets students out into the working world quickly, because it is designed to be completed in as little as 12 months if attending classes full time. After that, students can continue on part time to earn NAU's AAS degree in therapeutic massage, while they're already enjoying a career in the field.
Travel and Tourism (Associate Degree)
Travel and Tourism (Diploma Program)

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