Where the practice of business meets the power of language.
95% of recent UST MBC capstone students seeking advancement got new jobs or promotions*
UST MBC students agree that the combination of the curriculum, capstone research project and applied knowledge from the program all contributed significantly to their success in landing new positions.
We invite you to explore the program to learn more about the very best graduate-level preparation for careers leading to marketing, advertising, public relations, corporate reputation management and internal communications—any field in which effective communication and business acumen are critical to success.
*Based on survey of students in 2010 and 2011 who indicated they were seeking new opportunities and found positions within 8 months of course completion.
Why an MBC?
- Flexibility offered through a 15-course, part-time, evening format
- A focus on strategic communication as practiced in business, keeping pace with the constantly evolving media landscape
- A curriculum integrating industry-specific communication courses with UST MBA core business courses in financial accounting, economics, law and applied communication research
- Collaboration of full-time faculty and communications experts in curriculum design and classroom instruction
- Opportunity to learn with other practicing communications professionals
- Join a network of more than 500 UST MBC alumni serving in communications leadership positions in the Twin Cities and beyond
Master of Business Communication Information Session & Class Visit
Tuesday, June 11, 5:00 PM
Master of Business Communication Information Session
Monday, June 17, 5:15 PM
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New students may begin the UST MBC degree or certificate in the fall, spring or summer terms. The admissions committee reviews applications three times a year: in August, January and April. Decisions are provided shortly after each deadline date.
August 5, 2013, for fall semester.
January 2, 2014, for spring semester.
April 15, 2014, for summer term and early fall semester consideration.