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MBA Roundtable

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is a proud member of the MBA Roundtable.

The MBA Roundtable is a unique, collaborative organization that fosters open discussions around the design and delivery of graduate business programs as a way to advance the practice of management worldwide. Delivering information and resources relating to MBA curricular design and innovation to member schools is at the heart of this mission.

Our member schools represent graduate business programs throughout the U.S. and the world. MBA Roundtable invites the participation of any program striving to provide the best possible management education for the particular market it is serving. We encourage many voices, as good ideas and innovations spring from many sources.

MBA Roundtable members are asked to share their curricular ideas, experiences, and questions with one another through participation in MBA Roundtable-sponsored events, research, and publications, including MBA Innovation. This collaborative participation results in dynamic discussions on topics ranging from curricular change to the impact of trends on program content.

The MBA Roundtable was founded in 1995 by a group of twelve leading business schools. As interest in the organization and its mission increased, the Roundtable was formally established as a nonprofit in 1999. The Roundtable functions under the guidance of a board of directors comprised of faculty members, directors, and deans at graduate business programs.

A member-driven organization, the work of the MBA Roundtable is funded through annual business school memberships. Our 150+ member schools represent graduate business programs throughout the U.S. and the world. The Roundtable invites the participation of any program striving to provide the best possible management education for the particular market it is serving. We encourage many voices, as good ideas and innovations spring from many sources.