There are over 40 colleges and universities are in Minnesota including institutions with business schools that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (ASCSB). The AACSB is an international consortium founded in 1916 and considered to be the top accrediting body for b-schools.

Minnesota State University Moorhead
Minnesota State University Moorhead is a public university in northwest Minnesota. The university's school of business offers three business Bachelor of Science degrees. Students can major in accounting, finance and business administration. Non-majors can also minor in business. The school has a study abroad program with China and England.

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato in south central Minnesota has a business school that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. Undergraduates can choose from five majors: accounting, finance, and management, marketing and international business. Eight minors are also available. The two-year MBA program has received high marks from the Princeton Review for several years.

St. Cloud State University
The G.R. Herberger College of Business at St. Cloud University offers undergraduate and graduate programs. Undergraduates can choose from several majors including: accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, information systems, international business, management, marketing or real estate. Students in the MBA program can enroll full-time or part-time. Classes are offered at the St. Cloud campus or at the university's graduate center in Maple Grove near Minneapolis. Students can concentrate in accounting; finance, insurance and real estate; information systems; management; or marketing and business law.

University of Minnesota Duluth
The Labovitz School at the University of Minnesota Duluth offers four degrees. Undergraduates can earn degrees in accounting, business administration and economics. Business administration students can choose from six majors. The school's MBA is a part-time program offered in two locations: Duluth and Rochester. Students can take classes during the weekday evenings and on weekends.

The University of Minnesota
The University of Minnesota is the state's premier university and an internationally recognized research institution. The Carlson School of Management offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. Undergraduates can choose from ten majors and nine minors. There are four master's programs including an MBA. Doctoral students can earn a PhD in business administration or human resources and industrial relations.

University of St. Thomas
Founded in 1885, the University of St. Thomas, is an independent, Catholic, liberal arts institution. Located in St. Paul, it the state's largest independent university. The graduate offers several options for full- and part-time students to earn an MBA, an M.S. in accounting, an M.S. in real estate or a Master of Business Communication. The university also has an executive education program for business. Working students can earn their MBA by taking evening classes. Full-time students have the opportunity to take part in internships aligned with their study interests.