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.
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 four MBAs. Or enhance your skills with one of our online certificates.
What you learn here will help shape your path, no matter which route you choose. Every area of business will empower you to make contributions that help people and communities, but you get to decide where you want to focus your curiosity and talents. Explore the different areas of business to see what interests you and how the College of Business will support you along the way.
Ethical Rams 2.0 Named OtterBox Ethics Scholars
After their second-place finish last year, four College of Business students returned and demonstrated superior ethical decision-making skills to win a year of in-state tuition from Otter Products.
"The Education Review" Features the College of Business as a Top 10 School
The College of Business's focus on Business for a Better World has been gaining traction in recent months, resulting in a feature from "The Education Review" as one of the top 10 business schools of 2019.
What You Don’t See Can Hurt You: New Insights in Threat Analysis
Management professor Gideon Markman, PhD describes his latest research into firms’ ability to identify threats in the marketplace in an explainer video.
From the battlefield to benefits: A veteran MBA student serves those who served
Jose Gonzales led a squad in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Now he helps veterans receive the care to which they are entitled as a decision review officer in the Veterans Administration. As he works toward his MBA, he has bigger dreams about helping veterans: a nonprofit to support them in Southern Colorado.
Supply chain management program ranks among top 5% worldwide for research output
The College of Business was recently recognized by Supply Chain Management Journal List as a leading research contributor to empirically-focused journals, coming in at #17 worldwide.
Business needs people like you.