At Colorado State University's College of Business, we have stepped up our commitment to your MBA experience by adding Mosaic, a new way to earn our 21 month Online MBA degree. We innovate to support you, your time and your passions. Your learning experience and success are important to us.

Choose how you want to earn your MBA

Whether you thrive in a live, on-campus classroom, or you need flexibility for time and location, we have a suitable option. You’ll gain the business knowledge and skills to get ahead from our experienced, world-class faculty and learn from professional peers.

Evening MBA on campus

Two nights a week on campus in Fort Collins 

  • Learn in a traditional classroom environment
  • Attend class in the evening on campus
  • Pre-set class schedule 
  • Two day, face-to-face orientation
  • Annual start date in August
  • 21 months full time

Evening MBA

Online MBA - Mosaic

Two nights a week through live video conference with on-campus cohort

  • Connect and collaborate via Mosaic
  • Attend classes remotely in the evening
  • Pre-set class schedule
  • Two day, face-to-face orientation
  • Annual start date in August
  • 21 months full time

Mosaic MBA

Online MBA

View classroom lecture capture online from anywhere at any time of day or night

  • View online recordings
  • Flexible learning format: listen to lectures on your schedule, in step with class assignments
  • Five start dates annually
  • 21 months full time or part time in two to five years

Online MBA

CSU College of Business history of innovation

Our history is filled with innovative thinkers, thought leaders, and first adopters ready to try out new technologies to enable greater access to education. 

With Mosaic, the College is the first U.S. business school to offer MBA students three options through one classroom experience - on campus, on demand or in real time online.​


The College of Business was founded at Colorado State University. 


Pioneered distance coursework through the mail and via VHS tape.


Online courses begin as more households connect to the internet. 


Mosaic video technology connects online students with faculty and peers on campus.