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High School Programs

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Through our high school summer business programs, you’ll learn foundational concepts from our leading faculty members. These hands-on programs offer the opportunity to 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 summer 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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Executive Education Programs

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Our Executive Education courses are offered via Mosaic, providing an interactive experience where you’ll gain insights into the latest developments in leadership, sustainability, and ethical business practices. Our courses are flexible and offered in a variety of seminars and skill-building formats. Accessible, engaging, and focused — you can put these skills to work in your organization right away.

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Business Transforms Lives

College of Business students take second at sales competition

College of Business students take silver honors at sales competition

Congratulations to the Sales Club members who placed second in individual and team competitions at the Western States Collegiate Sales Competition.

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Shareholder Perks: Connecting with Small Investors for Big Returns

Why do Japanese firms provide shareholders with gifts? Finance department research suggests it goes much deeper than a sense of generosity.

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The College of Business recognizes its students during National Student Employment Week.

Each year CSU and the College of Business celebrate National Student Employment Week during the second full week of April. We thank our students for the contributions they make as employees to the College of Business and CSU community.

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College of Business juniors at the Deloitte Challenge Finals

College of Business team places 3rd in Deloitte’s Audit Innovation Campus Challenge finals

Six College of Business juniors can finally rest easy after weeks of anticipation leading up to the Deloitte Audit Innovation Campus Challenge Finals, which took place on April 9. The team placed 3rd against 11 other finalist teams – of the more than 50 that competed in the fall.

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The cargo ship, Ever Given

A ‘Crude Ballet’: What one stuck ship tells us about disruption and the global supply chain

Supply chain management professor Susan Golicic shares her insights into the grounding of the cargo ship Ever Given and the implications of disruption – in all forms – on global trade.

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