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High School Programs

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Our high school business programs offer foundational concepts through hands-on experiences. These programs provide the opportunity to engage with leading faculty members, connect with peers who share your interests, gain insights from local and global executives, and work to solve real challenges that businesses face. Make the most of your high school experience and explore our business programs!

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Undergraduate Programs

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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Through your journey with us, you will work toward earning a Bachelor of Science in business administration. Our business foundation encourages critical thinking while exploring modern management theories, relevant business practices, and current industry trends. You’ll discover your interests along the way and begin to focus your studies. Then you can choose from ten concentrations to merge your academic focus with your career goals.

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Graduate and MBA Programs

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You might be ready for a change. You might be ready for a challenge. You know you’re ready for something more. Find an advanced degree that fits your journey by choosing from our eight graduate programs – including three MBAs and three ways to earn our core MBA. Or enhance your skills with one of our online certificates.

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Graduate Certificates Programs

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Expand your knowledge of business, sharpen your skillsets and make your resume more competitive with our graduate certificates in business. Taught by the same faculty as our Master's programs, our graduate certificates are available online or on campus. Our business certificates are for-credit and can be applied towards our Master's and MBA programs. 

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The Biggest Barrier to Corporate Sustainability Isn’t What You, or Corporations, Think It Is

A recent study from Colorado State University’s College of Business found that the most significant hurdles to companies implementing sustainable business practices had nothing to do with a lack of resources, but instead, leadership.

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Companies That Miss Earnings Expectations are More Likely to Fire Their Auditors, Research Shows

New research from the accounting department’s Eric Lohwasser found that companies whose reported earnings fell just short of analysts’ expectations are more likely to fire their auditors. The research shows that auditors are essentially being penalized for doing a key part of their job: constraining questionable financial reporting practices.

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The Difference - November 2023

In the spirit of Giving Tuesday – an annual celebration of collective generosity – November’s alumni newsletter features stories of College of Business alumni who are giving back and making a difference. In the newsletter, you’ll also hear Zac Rogers explain same-day delivery on CSU’s The Audit podcast and learn about an accelerator aligned with the Institute for Entrepreneurship that won a $500,000 grant.

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Hey Alexa: How Does Fast Delivery Work?

Zac Rogers spoke on CSU’s The Audit podcast about how fast shipping became so ubiquitous, why brick-and-mortar stores will never go away and the surprising reason all those Amazon returns aren’t as bad as you might think.

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Research Identifies When You’re More Vulnerable to Phishing

Research from the computer information systems department finds that social media users’ susceptibility to phishing messages increases when they’re sleepy, lonely or receiving messages from a popular figure.

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