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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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Business Transforms Lives

Meg Skeehan

‘Anything is possible’: Change-Maker in CSU College of Business Recognized with Multiple Awards

Meg Skeehan was named one of Northern Colorado’s 40 Under 40 for 2021, and received two CSU honors in 2022: the Multicultural Faculty and Staff Network Distinguished Service State-Classified Award and the Margaret B. Hazeleus Award, which is given to people who support women’s and gender equity at CSU.

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Accountants reviewing forms

Sarbanes-Oxley Unintentionally Creating Competition, Accounting Research Finds

The Big Four accounting firms are spotting more opportunity in providing companies with general accounting instead of audit services. As they transition clients from one service to the other in order to comply with federal regulation.

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Impact MBA student, Zeinab Rezaie, at a She Can Tri event

Impact MBA Student Pursues Her Dreams in the Face of Uncertainty

Zeinab Rezaie left Kabul, Afghanistan in August to begin the Impact MBA program – at the same time, the Taliban returned to the presidential palace. She is a Fulbright Scholar focused on using social entrepreneurship to empower women through sport, building upon her experience as an ultramarathon runner and the first Afghan woman to complete an Ironman triathlon.

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Research: Cultural Distance Impacts Investment Performance

The larger the cultural distance between an investor’s home country and the country in which they invest, the worse the investment performs, finds new research coming from the Department of Finance and Real Estate. The research by Hilla Skiba identifies new challenges in cross-national diversification for active investment strategies.

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Katie Bessert

From #Vanlife to Reality TV: CSU MBA Grad Turns Passion into a Career

College of Business alum Katie Bessert (MBA ’14) has managed to turn van life into a career. She’s currently the client experience manager at Vanlife Customs, an Arvada-based company that does unique builds. Bessert also founded Cocovan Life Inc., which manufactures insulated window covers for campervan conversions.

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