The Business School at CU Denver prides itself on creating dynamic and effective leaders, prepared to make a productive difference in the business world.
Business School graduates are career-minded and motivated
The Business School serves a wide spectrum of students—more than 1,200 graduate students and 1,400 undergraduates each year. Many enter our programs with professional experience and an intense desire to advance in their careers and their lives. Business School students are known for being serious, enterprising and focused on advancing their career opportunities.
Internships and class projects prepare graduates to excel in new positions
Students and faculty members are involved in solving business problems with area organizations every semester through classroom work, guest lectures, and research projects. Students learn professional skills before they even graduate. The educational focus inside and outside the classroom provides practical and innovative solutions for daily workplace challenges.
Graduates bring global experience and perspective
Many Business School students take advantage of the opportunities to study abroad and work with multinational companies. In addition, students benefit from the perspectives of the Business School’s internationally renowned faculty.
A diverse student body prepares graduates for a diverse workplace
In addition to global diversity, the Business School educates students from a great variety of industries, backgrounds and professional experience. The National Society of Hispanic MBAs has recognized the Business School as a top graduate school for Hispanic students. The skills gained from interaction in the classroom and from group projects prepare graduates to work collaboratively and manage diverse groups of employees.
Graduates don’t just know what to think, they know how to think
Business School faculty members encourage graduates to think critically about issues, synthesizing the complex considerations that go into making business decisions. Graduates are not simply told how to spot problems in business; they are challenged to see opportunities.