The U.S. Department of Education has awarded CU Denver’s Institute for International Business $1.28 million in federal funding to continue operating a Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) for 2018-2022.
This prestigious award distinguishes CU Denver as one of only 15 CIBERs in the country, the only CIBER in Colorado, and one of two in the Rocky Mountain region. Read more
The news on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is constantly in flux, making it even more important for universities to stay on top of recent updates and potential changes.
DACA is an immigration policy that allowed some individuals (brought to the United States illegally as children) to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and become eligible to work in the U.S. Read more
All businesses manage risk. As risk continues to evolve in the domains of cybersecurity, catastrophe, terrorism, environmental, and more, the solutions necessary must also become more creative. Currently, four professionals retire for each worker that enters the industry, so there is a huge need for new, diverse talent across the globe.
Since 2014, the University of Colorado – Denver Business School’s Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) program has offered a unique Global Risk Management course to develop the next generation’s expertise to understand and contribute to challenging risk solutions. Read more
The sports and entertainment industry accounts for more than 250 billion dollars every year. Lucky for CU Denver students, a study abroad course was designed years ago to teach and engage students with this industry in a global setting.
The Maymester London Calling course offers a group of business students high-level access to exciting global organizations in the sports and entertainment industry. Read more
As little as a decade ago, sustainability was just a word that didn’t have a lot of impact in the business world. The idea was really just beginning to bubble to the surface.
CU Denver caught onto this trend while it was still in its infancy in 2006. The Managing for Sustainability (M4S) program started small with one class offered the fall semester for 25 students. The program quickly bulked up its offerings by adding five more courses that following year. Read more