PHOTO: University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management's Hanson Hall, a new 47.9 million dollar building.
Business is Booming in the classroom, according to this article written by the Minneapolis StarTribune.
1. 4,000 high school students applied for 450 spots for admittance into the U of M's Carlson School of Management.
2. 40% of University of St. Thomas students major in a business related degree.
3. University of Minnesota-Duluth's Labovitz School of Business has gone from 1,200 students in 1998 to 2,000 now, and is building a new $23 million building.
And of course a great incentive for students to major in business/economics, is the pay; see here for a previous Redonomics post on this.