School of Business

Become a Business Leader with a Business Degree

The business world is constantly changing, and the need for managers who have the knowledge and skills to take advantage of opportunities continues to grow. Whether you earn your business degree online or on campus, you will be prepared to step into your business career with confidence.

Our leading-edge programs are developed by industry professionals and designed to give you the relevant knowledge and skills sought after by employers in a variety of industries. Our faculty members are dedicated to your success both in the classroom and in your career. With their real-world experience, our faculty provides industry-specific knowledge and insight to help you choose the career that is right for you.

Rasmussen College School of Business Mission Statement

The Rasmussen School of Business prepares students for an ever-changing business environment. This goal is accomplished by offering market-focused skills and leading-edge programs that address the global marketplace. We measure our success by the academic performance, commitment to life-long learning, and professional contributions of our graduates. Graduates of the School of Business will be active contributors and leaders in their chosen fields and diverse communities.

Spring Quarter 2014

Traditional Programs Calendar
Traditional programs are 11 weeks, with two week break in-between quarters.

April 7
Spring Quarter 2014 begins
May 12
Spring Mid Quarter 2014 begins
May 26
Holiday — Memorial Day, campuses closed
June 22
Spring Quarter 2014 ends

AcceleratED Programs Calendar
AcceleratED programs are 6 weeks, with a one week break in-between quarters.

April 7
Spring I Session 2014 begins
May 18
Spring I Session 2014 ends
May 19
Spring II Session 2014 begins
June 29
Spring II Session 2014 ends
Summer Quarter 2014

Traditional Programs Calendar
Traditional programs are 11 weeks, with two week break in-between quarters.

July 4
Holiday — Independence Day, campuses closed
July 7
Summer Quarter 2014 begins
August 11
Summer Mid Quarter 2014 begins
September 1
Holiday — Labor Day, campuses closed
September 21
Summer Quarter 2014 ends

AcceleratED Programs Calendar
AcceleratED programs are 6 weeks, with a one week break in-between quarters.

July 4
Holiday — Independence Day, campuses closed
July 7
Summer I Session 2014 begins
August 17
Summer I Session 2014 ends
August 18
Summer II Session 2014 begins
September 28
Summer II Session 2014 ends
Fall Quarter 2014

Traditional Programs Calendar
Traditional programs are 11 weeks, with two week break in-between quarters.

October 6
Fall Quarter 2014 begins
November 10
Fall Mid Quarter 2014 begins
November 11
Holiday — Veteran's Day, campuses closed
November 27
Holiday — Thanksgiving Day, campuses closed
November 28
Holiday — Thanksgiving Day, campuses closed
December 21
Fall Quarter 2014 ends
December 25
Holiday — Christmas Day, campuses closed

AcceleratED Programs Calendar
AcceleratED programs are 6 weeks, with a one week break in-between quarters.

October 6
Fall I Session 2014 begins
November 11
Holiday — Veteran's Day, campuses closed
November 16
Fall I Session 2014 ends
November 17
Fall II Session 2014 begins
December 28
Fall II Session 2014 ends
Winter Quarter 2015

Traditional Programs Calendar
Traditional programs are 11 weeks, with two week break in-between quarters.

January 1
Holiday — New Year's Day, campuses closed
January 5
Winter Quarter 2015 begins
January 19
Holiday — Martin Luther King Day, campuses closed
February 9
Winter Mid Quarter 2015 begins
March 22
Winter Quarter 2015 ends

AcceleratED Programs Calendar
AcceleratED programs are 6 weeks, with a one week break in-between quarters.

January 1
Holiday — New Year's Day, campuses closed
January 5
Winter I Session 2015 begins
January 19
Holiday — Martin Luther King Day, campuses closed
February 8
Winter I Session 2015 ends
February 9
Winter II Session 2015 begins
March 29
Winter II Session 2015 ends


Recent Blog Posts

How Majoring in Finance Can Set You Up For Success
Majoring in finance can score you some perks, but you need a few more pieces to the puzzle before you can see the whole picture. First, how a degree actually helps you, and second, how the industry is doing economically.

Written by Megan Ruesink on September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments


Top Tips to Make Your Accounting Resume Rock
One of the first orders of business in pursuing a job is completing a rock-solid accounting resume that can open the door to interviews. Learn tips from School of Business instructor at Rasmussen College on how you can master accounting resume writing.

Written by Morris Gartenberg on August 21, 2014 | 5 Comments


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We used real-time job analysis software to identify more than 200,000 marketing manager jobs posted over the past year. After analyzing the job requirements listed, we concocted the can't-miss recipe for becoming a marketing manager.

Written by Jess Mansour Scherman on August 11, 2014 | 0 Comments