Choosing CU Denver
Hassan Mustefa, a senior with a Human Resources major, is
happy he chose CU Denver because of the diversity he has found here. CU Denver
is one of the most diverse schools in Colorado, with students of color representing
60% of new freshmen and 48% of undergraduates. It’s also one of the more affordable
accredited business school in the state, which Hassan says made the choice easy
Hassan also knew that CU Denver is a school with a valuable name
and brand. Read more
This fall semester, two undergraduate and two graduate students were awarded the coveted Business School Outstanding Student award. These students were nominated by professors at the CU Denver Business School for demonstrating excellent drive, academic performance, and their commitment to success. Each student’s unique journey is a testament to their resilience, hard work, and triumph.
MS in Information Systems
When Pragadeesh Ravindran started his schooling, his dreams
did not extend beyond getting a good job and taking care of his family. Read more
Among the hundreds of graduates, four graduating Business School students were awarded the prestigious Business School Outstanding Student award. These students were nominated by someone at the CU Denver Business School for their excellent academics and commitment to success. Their journeys have included hard work, determination, adversity and triumph.
MBA in Health Administration
“Deciding to pursue an MBA in Health Administration at the CU Denver Business School is one of the best decisions I ever made,” said Breanna Wong, Health Administration MBA student. Read more
This summer we have five students ready to take over the Business School’s Instagram through our brand advocate program. They will tell the story of what it means to be a #CUDenBusiness student as they spend their summers in the city.
I’m currently a senior pursuing a BSBA in Finance and Risk Management and Insurance. I’ve had a long journey when it comes to school because I started out at Colorado State University for a year, transferred to Community College of Denver, and then I finally made the right choice by transferring to CU Denver. Read more
No one said college would be easy, but dedication and hard work really do pay off. After taking classes, interning with OppenheimerFunds and serving as the president of the CU Denver student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), CU Denver graduate Brandon Wiegand’s hard work paid off when his internship with OppenheimerFunds ended with a job offer in the field he loves – human resources. Read more
When someone says “human resources,” you might not be overwhelmed with excitement, but for CU Denver student Brandon Wiegand, there’s more to it than just handling employee concerns. “Human resources has grown into something much more strategic,” Wiegand said. “Today’s generation moves around a lot, making employee retention more important than ever.”
The success of a business today might very well depend on its ability to find and keep employees.
With several members of his immediate family working in the same field, human resources is more like a family business to Wiegand. Read more