In the College of Business's new “Rethink, Reinvent and Recover: Preparing for the Challenges of an Uncertain Future” short-course series, professionals will learn to confidently, creatively and compassionately lead their teams through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Congratulations College of Business graduates! You have completed a life-changing achievement. Wherever your next chapter takes you, we’re sure you’ll make us proud and show the world how a BizRam impacts the world around them. Go forth, start building your legacy and know that there are more than 34,000 College of Business alumni who are with you in spirit.
Every student overcomes obstacles and triumphs over academic challenges on their path to commencement. Meet some of the College's graduates and share their journey to graduation.
The Latinx Business Association aims to create a community within the College of Business where students feel comfortable sharing their stories and advocating for change.
At a time when some may be just starting to figure out how to deliver their programs online, the College is poised to reinvent the online student experience with a classroom engineered to engage students, empower faculty, and expand our high-quality education beyond the confines of a traditional classroom.
Chuck Morris, a pioneering concert promoter and prolific artist manager is now dedicating his time and talents to preparing CSU students to find their place among the next generation of music industry leaders by serving as the director of the College of Business's new music business program.
Fall 2020 semester will begin as already scheduled on Aug. 24, but the university will shift to remote, online classes following Fall Break. The last two weeks of classes and finals will be delivered virtually.
Watch President Joyce McConnell's message to the CSU community about the COVID-19 recovery.
This one-of-a-kind semester calls for a one-of-a-kind celebration of commencement for graduating seniors. And CSU is ready to make the best of a unique situation.
CSU is one of six universities from across the nation to receive funding from the Center for Inclusive Computing at Northeastern University to help recruit and retain more women in computer science programs.