U.S. News and World Report recently released its 2018 evaluation of college graduate business programs and the University of Colorado Denver Business School was ranked No. 84 for its part-time MBA program. This increase in ranking serves as a nod to the Business School’s largest program, the Professional MBA, led by industry and research experts that balances cutting-edge business education with real-world application. Read more
Thai Alumnus Maximizes Marketing Degree
Home country: Thailand
Degree: Master’s in Business Administration & Management; Marketing University of Colorado Denver
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An accomplished graduate student completing a dual MBA/MS in International Business, Sarah Ault plans to apply her service-oriented background to the field of international business after graduation. Sarah’s experiences abroad in both London and Japan would not have been possible without the support of several Business School scholarships.
Sarah moved to Colorado after earning her undergraduate degree and worked for years in the nonprofit community. Read more
When Heather Lafferty started at the University of Colorado Denver’sBusiness School, she couldn’t foresee how valuable what she learned would be, she says now.
Since 2008, Lafferty has led one of Colorado’s largest nonprofits as the CEO and Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. While fulfilling its mission to help low-income families and individuals become homeowners, in recent years Habitat also has grown into an organization that is a lot like a healthy business. Read more
On Monday Dec. 19, the Consul General of Japan in Denver, Makoto Ito, accompanied by Consul Murai visited the CU Denver Business School. The Consulate helped coordinate the Kakehashi Program, which allowed business school students visit Japan on a weeklong trip this past November.
During his visit to the school, the Consul General met with Dean Rohan Christie-David who introduced him to the building and discussed ways to continue building partnerships with the Business School and Japan. Read more
While some of us celebrated Fall Break by eating too much turkey on Thanksgiving, 20 talented CU Denver Business School students spent their time learning about the economy, history, and culture of a country located an ocean away. After having been awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Japan from the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs as part of the Kakehashi Project, several returning student participants reflected on their weeklong experience abroad. Read more
CU Denver Business School students will partake in the Kakehashi Project at the end of November.
Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs awarded the University of Colorado Denver’s Institute for International Business a study grant for Business School students to visit Japan through the Kakehashi Project. Accepted participants will leave for the weeklong trip to Japan at the end of November. Read more