Programs

The College of Business offers students a variety of educational opportunities that either lead to a bachelor's degree, a masters in professional accountancy, a masters in business administration, or provide opportunities for non-degree seeking students to gain additional undergraduate education through our extensive course offerings.

In addition, we offer an international business concentration for business majors and a total of eight minors designed primarily for non-business majors.

The college provides convenient access to instruction through traditional classroom sessions and innovative online delivery, at the main Auraria campus, MSU Denver South campus, during the day, evenings and weekends. The College consists of 77 full-time faculty, more than 50 part-time faculty, 5 advisors and 14 staff members. Over 3800 students major in business and economics. Students can take advantage of on-the-job training through internships and independent study coursework.

 

Bachelors of Science Degree Programs

Accounting

Computer Information Systems

Finance (General Finance, Financial Services)

International Business 

Management

Marketing

Bachelors of Arts Degree Program

Economics

Entrepreneurship

Global Business Studies

College of Business Graduate Degree Program

Master of Professional Accountancy

Master of Business Administration


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MSU Denver has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) since 1971. Because of this accreditation, MSU Denver students are eligible for federal financial aid and are able to transfer MSU Denver credits to other accredited higher ed institutions. Periodically, an HLC comprehensive evaluation and site visit occurs so that our accreditation can be continued. MSU Denver’s next site visit is April 10 and 11, 2017. A self-study, called an assurance argument, is being finalized now and is available for review at https://www.msudenver.edu/media/content/higherlearningcommission/HLC-Assurance-Argument.pdf.  

MSU Denver invites students and community members to provide feedback. To submit comments electronically, on MSU Denver to the Higher Learning Commission, go to their website at https://www.hlcommission.org/ and do a search for “Third-Party Comments.” The deadline for these comments is March 9th of 2017. Comments can also be sent via U.S. mail to:

Third-Party Comment on Metropolitan State University of Denver
Higher Learning Commission
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