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Third Floor

Pinnacol Assurance Suite

Risk Management and Insurance Program

Graduate Career Connections

Lecture Halls

Classrooms

Computer Lab

The Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program educates future leaders in the complexities of managing risk across a variety of industries. This innovative program, designed in consultation with companies and professionals in the region, produces a new generation of professionals with critical thinking skills, specialized knowledge, and managerial know-how. The RMI program has a dedicated Advisory Council to assist in program development, and is comprised of members who are involved in diverse industries related to risk. CU Denver’s AACSB-accredited Business School is the only university in the Mountain West region to offer a program in Risk Management and Insurance.

Graduate Career Connections provides dedicated career services to business school undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. Services include resume review and strategic career planning, targeted employer outreach program for internship and full-time employment opportunities and career boot camps in preparation for employer career fairs.

The lecture halls in the building feature theater style seating, a state of the art projection system, and electrical outlets available at every seat.

All of the Business School classrooms have recently been remodeled, creating an environment that optimizes student learning and experience. The class spaces feature all new furniture as well as up-to-date technology, including high-end projectors, document cameras, and built-in computers for instructors. Most class spaces include dual projectors and screens, as well as natural light from large outside-facing windows. Students have access to fast, free Wi-Fi throughout the Business School Building, including classrooms.

The Business School computer labs are designed to provide students with the technology they need to learn, grow, and succeed. Each computer has the state-of –the-art and up-to-date software that students need to not only excel in the classroom, but to be relevant after graduation.

Opened Fall 2014, the Student Organization area was designed with students in mind. The north wall holds five flyer slots for upcoming student club events with a raised counter and power outlets. The east wall has a work area with a large window that looks onto Lawrence Street. The south wall holds a 60-inch monitor displaying club information and upcoming events.

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