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You are strongly encouraged to supplement your traditional classroom courses with co-curricular and experiential learning activities. For Management Studies, you can join various student organizations within LSBE, connect with local business professionals, and complete internship coursework.
Students will learn from guest speakers, volunteer with fellow members, raise funds for local non-profit organizations, and do more as a member of an LSBE student organization. These groups also have officer opportunities for you to develop leadership skills.
- Entrepreneurship Club
- Management Club
- Women in Business Club
- Management Information Systems Club
Local Professional Organizations
You will connect with local professionals through local organizations. These organizations hold monthly lunch meetings and other educational events that students can attend for discounted rates.
- Northland Human Resources Association (NHRA)
- Duluth-Superior Professional Women's Network
- Club Entrepreneur Duluth
- Duluth Area Chamber of Commerce: FUSE Duluth (for young professionals) and other networking events
- Association for Information Systems
- Association of Information Technology Professionals
- Association for Computing Machinery
Expand upon your classroom experiences and earn credit at the same time by completing an internship. Learn more about this opportunity from Angie Soderberg, LSBE Internship Program Director, or visit the LSBE Internship Program web site.