The business we teach is steeped in values that go back to our land-grant roots. We believe in hard work, the power of ideas, and that doing the right thing is the only way to do business.

Academic Programs

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 based on your interests and talents. Then you can choose from nine concentrations to merge your academic focus with your career goals.


CSU students can pursue this 24-credit, broad business foundations minor developed specifically for non-business students. Minor courses will explore many aspects of business including accounting, finance, marketing, and management. There are no additional admissions requirements once enrolled at CSU, but students are required to attend a business minor declaration seminar and must maintain at least a C average in all required courses to earn a business minor.

CSU students can pursue this 21-credit minor. Courses will explore many aspects of real estate including selling, appraisal, real estate law, and principles of real estate finance. There are no additional admissions requirements once enrolled at CSU.

Learn by Doing

We are truly here to make a difference.

Beth Walker 

Dean of the College of Business

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Learning Happens Everywhere

Student gets one-on-one help from career counselor


Business Rams know it’s never too early to think about landing a great job after graduation – the Career Management Center staff can help.

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We’ll support you from the moment you become a Business Ram. We’ll help navigate classes and schedules, connect you with mentors, and help you find internships and study abroad opportunities.

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Clubs and Orgs

Our many clubs and organizations will help you meet friends and build your skills. See what might be a fit for you.

Contact Us

Undergraduate Programs
(970) 491-5103
110 Rockwell Hall - West