College of Business at Winona State University

College of Business

The College of Business enrolls approximately 1,300 undergraduate students. The college has 41 full-time professors and offers seven undergraduate majors and ten undergraduate minors.

Professional Business Education

The College of Business is focused on providing high-quality professional education in business. We're proud of our excellent programs. The College of Business programs emphasize high expectations; strong verbal, written, and quantitative skills; ethical behavior; and cultural diversity, all of which will enhance the development of our students as critical thinkers and business decision makers. WSU's commitment to providing a quality education is recognized nationally.

Experience Real Business Situations

The College of Business offers to its students many opportunities to experience real business situations through internship programs, tours to companies, guest speakers from business and industry, and research opportunities.  

 

Summer Session
Summer Session

Registration for summer session 2014 opens March 3. Catch up on classes you've missed or get ahead!         

A Generation Among the Best
A Generation Among the Best

WSU has been ranked among America’s 100 Best College Buys for the 18th consecutive year.

Business Students Get Top Ranking
Business Students Get Top Ranking

WSU business administration student teams earned top rankings in the 2013 Marketplace Live Tournament.

Music At WSU-April
The Winona State University Music Department will host a variety of events to look forward to during the month of April. Upcoming events include ...
Civic Action and the Library
The Winona State University CLASP lecture series will host “Civic Action and the Library” with Tammi Owens at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 26, in Stark ...
“A Journey Around the World” International Dinner
The Winona State International Club will host the 27th Annual International Dinner, “A Journey Around the World,” from 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 12, ...
IBM Q&A Day
IBM Q&A Day

Charleen Huber, WSU Alum, will be on campus to answer questions related to working at IBM. Registration deadline is Feb. 10.