In an increasingly globalized world, it is now more important than ever for those looking to enter the business world to be prepared to meet the demands of the global market. The CU Denver Business School highlights its commitment to preparing students for the global workforce with the motto, “Denver Built, Global Ready.” One alumni who exemplifies this motto is Zakaria Hagig, BA ‘19. Read more
By Danika Gutierrez
Edited by Christina Horn
In the time of COVID-19, travel has become significantly difficult for many individuals and nearly impossible for school programs globally. Study abroad programs around the world scrambled for the past two years to make it possible for students to learn internationally with little to no luck. Fortunately, CU Denver rose to the challenge and kept the One Year MBA international component active by making it possible for 23 students and their program coordinators to travel aboard. Read more
Finding her Way from Medicine to International Business
Rachel Hoffer never anticipated that she would end up studying business. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Spanish at CU Denver. She went on to study to be a nurse practitioner, and she always thought healthcare and medicine were her calling. However, she found herself considering making a change. Read more
Here at CU Denver, we value expanding horizons. We
encourage each and every one of our CU Denver Business School students to study
abroad before their time studying with us is over. In an increasingly connected
and global society, business expands far beyond US borders. Not only is
studying abroad a learning experience, but it is something that will stick with
you for a lifetime.
MacKenna Stang, current One Year MBA student, graduated with her bachelors from Ottawa University with a degree in communications. After being in the workforce for a couple of years, she decided it was time to go back to school. That’s when MacKenna sought out the One Year MBA program at the CU Denver Business School.
With global business experience under her belt, graduation on the horizon, and a new position at Ibotta waiting for her, MacKenna is excited to propel her career forward. Read more
Is the price of fast fashion worth the cost on factory workers? Join expert panelists to dive into the ethics of clothing manufacturing in the modern world.
Benjamin Powell, Director of the Free Market Institute and Professor of Economics in the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business Administration at Texas Tech University
Joris Oldenziel, Deputy Director of the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh
Moderated by Merrily Kautt, Senior Instructor, International Business, CU Denver Business School
> All students, faculty, staff, alumni, and general public welcome
> Heavy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served
> 1.5 CPE credit hours in Ethics available from COCFE Read more
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