A management education in today’s marketplace should reflect the lessons of the past as well as give a solid footing in the marketplace of tomorrow. Our comprehensive undergraduate and graduate programs strive to deliver a quality education for each of our students, ensuring that they are not only competitive in the job market but well prepared for the dynamic world of business. The Department of Management in the College of Business reflects in everything it does the missions of education, research and outreach, the hallmarks of our land-grant status at Colorado State University.
Undergraduate Concentration in Management
Undergraduate students in the College of Business graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration. You select a concentration to focus your studies beyond the business core. A concentration in management prepares you to be a leader in the workforce. Alternatively, a number of our students choose a different path after they graduate and continue their education to receive graduate degrees.
A concentration in management prepares you to coordinate, strategize, plan and motivate. Managers are responsible for overseeing a budget and the activities of others to ensure an organization’s goals are met. We are helping our students to become the managers of tomorrow by enriching our coursework with current business trends including sustainable enterprise, globalization, diversity in the workforce, social entrepreneurship, and more. We want to help our students make a difference.
The Department of Management offers four certificates that can further enrich your undergraduate program and help you specialize your skills in your area of interest. Certificates, while not official academic programs, provide an additional knowledge base and greater visibility on student resumes.
• Supply Chain Management – increasingly crucial as companies look to operate efficiently and reduce costs
• Human Resource Management – learning to lead a diverse workforce with cultural competency
• Entrepreneurship – we are leading the way in sustainable entrepreneurship and social responsibility
• Leadership Communication – without effective communication, leaders cannot lead
We invite you to learn more about programs in the Department of Management. For additional information, please contact us at:
Department of Management
213 Rockwell Hall
Fax: (970) 491-3522