Area of Study

Business (Transfer)
Do you have a keen interest in what makes business ventures successful?
Have you dreamed of owning or being part of a thriving company one day?
A Business program can be a first step in making that dream a reality. You will learn fundamental principles of business management, which can be applied to nearly every industry and lead to opportunities in consulting, sales, operations management, and nonprofit organization leadership. There are a variety of roles you could pursue with a Business degree, including human resources director, office manager, and customer service representative. In an associate program in Business, you will explore business principles and decision-making practices. This degree is transferable to universities offering bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration.

Knowledge and skills you will learn:

  • Accounting/financial operations
  • Resource management
  • Data analysis
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving
  • Organizational skills
  • Business ethics
  • Oral and written communication

Degree and University Options

Participating Universities

Adams State University
[B.A. Business Administration; emphases in Advertising, Business Teacher Education, General Business, or International Business; B.S. Business Administration; emphases in Accounting, Agribusiness, Economics, Finance, General Business, Health Care Administration, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, or Small Business Management]

Colorado Mesa University
[Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.); concentrations in Business Economics, Emerging Markets, Energy Management/Landman, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Hospitality Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Insurance, Management, Managerial Informatics, or Marketing]

Colorado Mountain College (as four-year institution)
[B.S. Business Administration]

Colorado State University-Ft Collins
[B.S. Business Administration]

Colorado State University-Global Campus
[B.S. Business Management]

Colorado State University-Pueblo
[B.S. Business Administration; majors in Management, Accounting or Economics]

Fort Lewis College
[B.A. Business Administration; Business Administration option]

Metropolitan State University of Denver
[B.S. Accounting; B.S. Banking; B.S. Computer Information Systems; B.A. Entrepreneurship; B.S. Finance; B.A. Global Business Studies; B.S. International Business; B.S. Management; B.S. Marketing]

University of Colorado Boulder
[B.S. Business Administration]

University of Colorado Colorado Springs
[B.S. Business; emphases in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, PGA Golf Management, Service Management, or Sport Management]

University of Colorado Denver
[B.S. Business Administration; emphases in Accounting, Finance, Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Risk & Entrepreneurship, or Sports Business]

University of Northern Colorado
[B.S. Business Administration; all emphases]

Western Colorado University
[B.A. Business Administration]