Victor Amaya graduated from the Master of Accountancy program at CSU, making a career of helping small business owners succeed and find financial security.
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Students from across disciplines came together for a business design challenge that put their skills to the test to improve health and financial well-being.
The College of Business welcomed our largest incoming class ever! 33% of our new students are from out-of-state, 44% are women, and 25% are first-gen.
Hitting a plateau in her career, Mary Kincannon knew she had to make a change. CSU’s Master of Computer Information Systems program provided a path forward.
From interning at the Ultimate Fighting Championship to launching new startups, students in the College of Business stayed busy this summer.
“Once I committed to it, I was going to do it. Nothing was going to get in my way,” said Cara Eastwood Baldwin, who completed her MBA at CSU.
See how CSU Online MBA student Kevin Hoyt overcame the odds and pushed himself to walk again and accept his degree after becoming paralyzed.
Keenan Mai nearly died after being struck by a hit and run driver and it changed his outlook on life, inspiring him to pursue his passion.
Taking classes one at a time, Matt Porter completed his online MBA degree in four years, staying on at his current job while preparing for a career change.
Students from CSU, and around Colorado, were given the chance to put their real-world finance skills to the test at the Rocky Mountain Investment Challenge.