Our centers and institutes connect our academic programs with the community – companies, nonprofit agencies, and individuals seeking new business solutions.
College of Business centers, in many ways, serve as think tanks. They explore management and social issues, relevant business practices, and current industry trends. The centers provide research topics for our faculty, benchmarks and best practices for organizations, and hands-on learning experiences for our students. They also sponsor numerous programs, events, and special projects that inform and inspire academia and the people living and working in our communities.
Delivers management education and research with a focus on business operations, production, and distribution for beverage-related industries. Contact the Beverage Business Institute to learn more.
Center for Corporate Financial Reporting
We prepare the next generation of sales leaders by teaching students the value of professional selling through innovative education and hands-on experience with corporate partners. Contact the Center for Professional Selling to learn more.
Produces and distributes knowledge that addresses current and future real estate-related needs of Northern Colorado and the Front Range. Contact the Everitt Real Estate Center to learn more.
Connects HR scholars and executives to create innovative solutions for the challenges businesses face in areas like organizational culture, teams, diversity and inclusion and talent management practices. Contact the HR Edge Network to learn more.
Offers up to 84 hours of continuing education to professionals in veterinary professions and fields. The Veterinary Management Institute is a collaboration between the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and the College of Business. Contact the Veterinary Management Institute to learn more.