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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

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Transforming Services to Help Families Flourish

Research by the marketing department's Chris Blocker examines how social services can use marketing skills to break generational poverty.

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College of Business Senior, Maya Siegel

College of Business Senior, Maya Siegel, Found Her Voice and Pushed to Make a Difference

Becoming a survivor at 14-years-old did not define her – she wouldn’t let it. Instead, Maya Siegel created opportunities for herself and made a difference.

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Professor Chris Berry

Calorie Labeling Mandates Impact Consumers Differently and Not as Policy Intended

The marketing department’s Chris Berry investigated how consumers’ perceived food values paired with mandated calorie labeling impacts their purchasing decisions. Until now, most research suggested menu labeling was ineffective, but it had not considered the reasons behind each individual order.

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Bigger Than Bitcoin: Business Faculty Shed Light on Blockchain’s Unrealized Potential

Business leaders seeking a competitive advantage may be writing off a major opportunity to redefine their firms’ capabilities if they ignore blockchain’s potential, according to research recently published in the Journal of the British Blockchain Association co-authored by faculty from CSU’s College of Business.

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Professor Kelly Martin and Dean Beth Walker

Who Shapes the Debate Around Data Privacy?

Your personal data is being collected, tracked and traded by companies. New research from Professor Kelly Martin, and co-authored by Dean Beth Walker, investigates what that means for consumers and retailers.

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