The Ph.D. entrepreneurship program ranks first in the nation. The undergraduate program ranks 39th in the country and the undergraduate entrepreneurship program ranks 14th in the nation. The MBA program ranks 26th among all public universities. The faculty are ranked 38th in the nation according to the Academy of Management Journal.
Centers of Excellence:
The Robert H. and Beverley A. Deming Center for Entrepreneurship
The Robert M. Burridge Center for Securities Analysis and Valuation
The Center for Business Integration
CU Real Estate Center
In August of 2007, the newly renovated and expanded Koelbel building opened for classes. The old building was designed to hold 800 students, and had not been renovated in 38 years.
The Leeds School of Business offers only one undergraduate degree, a Bachelor's in Science of Business Administration, or a BSBA. A BSBA is offered with concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Business Computer Systems, and Management. The four year degree requires a combination of Arts and Sciences core classes, a set of Business Core classes, concentration specific classes, and upper division business electives.
Required Business Core classes include Introduction to Business, Accounting, Management, Marketing, Finance, Ethics, Business Statistics, and Business Law.
The Leeds School also offers a business PhD program.
$2 Million Investment in Cu-Boulder's Leeds School of Business Launches Two New Undergraduate Business Programs
Sep 10, 2012; BOULDER, Colo. -- The following information was released by the University of Colorado - Boulder: The Anschutz Foundation has...