A Tradition of Quality in Higher Education
19th century scholar Frank Maron, classically educated in his native Germany, saw the need for a practical alternative to the traditional university. In 1885, he responded by establishing Globe College, one of Minnesota’s first business schools.
From business school to career college
Over the next century, Mr. Maron’s business college evolved. Since 2007, it has been known as Globe University. Today the school grants doctor's, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees, and technical diplomas. Degree programs prepare students for careers in business and accounting—as well as in medical assisting, veterinary technology, information technology, paralegal services, multimedia and other contemporary professions.
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From Minneapolis-St. Paul to a global audience
Globe University, working closely with Minnesota School of Business, serves US and international students at campus locations throughout the Midwest. Its robust online division provides access to students worldwide. The schools, owned by the Terry and Kaye Myhre family, hold to Frank Maron’s original commitment—providing broad access to higher education and the empowerment that follows.
Accreditation and affiliations
Globe University is a nationally accredited college, a member of Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). As the flagship member of Globe Education Network, it provides students with resources associated with a large university, while each campus provides a supportive, small-college experience.
Would you like to know more about Globe University? Please call 1-877-303-6060 or contact admissions. A representative will be happy to help you.