‘Economics and Management’ Category

Jenna Hogstad ’25

“The professors I have encountered have had substantial and multifaceted experience within their area of expertise, and I value their advice substantially.” With a Management major, Jenna has been able to incorporate her interest in biology to pursue a career in the business end of the medical field. Within the Business and Management Department, Jenna […]

Jenna Wyum ’23

“There are so many opportunities that the Business and Economics Department offers students to grow in their careers, and I am thankful for all of the guidance I’ve received and the relationships I’ve formed that I know I can rely on as I begin my future career.” Knowing since high school that she wanted to […]

Jake Ross ’23

“Several faculty members have given me advice about what career fields I might be interested in – and helped me understand the paths to having those careers.” Jake became interested in Economics during his freshman year when he took his first economics class. After exploring the field, he decided to become an Economic Analysis major […]

Carson DeKam ’24

“Having people in your department who are committed to seeing you succeed and pursue your goals is extremely encouraging.” Carson felt drawn to a major in Business Management as someone who feels he has the strengths needed to work in a fast-paced environment like business. Now, he has developed a passion for the content of […]

Matt Berkner ’19

“All in, what happens when you commit to being uncomfortable? Growth. And wins. Berkner had a solid plan: He would go to the University of Minnesota and become a dentist. Then one day in high school, in his hometown of Sleepy Eye, a Gustavus football coach approached him after a game and asked him to […]

Ty Moore ’12

“My mom said, ‘You’re going back. We worked too hard to get here.’” In the weeks after George Floyd was murdered, I spent a lot of time out in Minneapolis. I grew up on the north side. This is my city. I helped a friend clean up broken glass after his store was looted. I […]