• Hamline School of Business

    Business, government, and nonprofit sectors intersect at the Hamline School of Business to educate and collaborate for the common good.

    With programs in business, nonprofit management, and public administration, every professor, class, and assignment will compel you to use your imagination to push the boundaries of traditional management. Practice classroom theories in real life situations, learn to apply business basics in increasingly complicated ways, and broaden your knowledge of the world. Join a community that is globally aware and locally engaged.

  • Alumni Stories

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    Michelle Nyamushanya MBA '11

    Driven by the desire to make a difference, Michelle hopes to start a foundation for underprivileged children and own a business in Zimbabwe.

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    Boe Carlson MPA '09

    As superintendent of Three Rivers Park District, Boe oversees more than 2,000 employees and deals with everything from budgets and human resources to public safety.

    Courtney Benson

    Courtney Benson '14

    Courtney, a uniquely talented gymnast and NCAA Woman of the Year semifinalist, achieved what no other Hamline Piper has, all while excelling in finance and economics.

  • Upcoming Events

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  • School of Business News

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    Retiring professionals and corporate executives now have a new career path to consider--complete with a bonus package of giving back to their communities--thanks to the launch of a new Encore Fellowship Program led by Jim Scheibel through Hamline University that pairs their skills and experience with local nonprofits in need of their talents.

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    Jim Scheibel, professor of practice in the School of Business, will be welcoming the HandsOn Twin Cities Summit and National Summit on Volunteer Engagement Leadership to Hamline University on July 25 and July 26.