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.
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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.
The CSU’s Master of Computer Information Systems program provides the practical knowledge to understand of how cutting-edge IT operations function together.
The experience of launching a company from scratch has been invaluable to CSU students, a strong supplement to coursework in the College of Business.
Joshalynn Green overcame the challenges of growing up in a broken home to be crowned Miss Black Colorado and pursue an MBA at Colorado State University.
Professors and students across Colorado State University’s College of Business have been studying the changing economic landscape to better position themselves as entrepreneurs and educators.
Thanks to over 1,000 donors, the College of Business recently awarded $894,000 through 246 scholarship awards, an 88% jump from the year before.
“We’re seeing that you can be socially responsible and sustainable and be very profitable at the same time,” says management instructor Grace Hanley Wright.
Beginning a new job can be nerve-wracking: meeting co-workers, trying to understand what your role will be and how you can fill it. But Daniel was prepared.
Not many people can pull off listing pillow fort construction as a skill on their internship application, but meet Joe Santini, a marketing student at CSU.