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Supply-Chain Management Education at CSU College of Business

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Colorado State University (CSU) is one of the nation's leading research universities with world-class research in infectious disease, atmospheric science, clean energy technologies, and environmental science. It was founded in 1870 as the Colorado Agricultural College, six years before the Colorado Territory became a state.

Colorado State University is the "university of choice" for Colorado residents - 30% of all of Colorado's science, math, engineering and technology majors pursue degrees at CSU. In addition to its excellent programs in those areas, CSU offers among the very best professional programs in the United States in veterinary medicine, occupational therapy, journalism, agriculture and construction management.

BusinessWeek magazine ranked Colorado State's College of Business as one of the top undergraduate business programs in the country for 2009, and Princeton Review names the College's distance MBA program as one of the best in the nation for 2010.

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Academic Programs



Undergraduate Programs

  • BS in Business Administration with Concentration in Supply Chain Management: CSU offers challenging academic programs that prepare you for exciting opportunities with a degree in Business Administration. The College of Business supply chain management concentration helps undergraduate students develop knowledge of global supply chain management (SCM) along with the skills to implement strategic, efficient, and effective SCM practices in contemporary business enterprises. This concentration has a strong corporate sponsorship that provides excellent course projects, internships, and job placement opportunities.

CSU Featues

In a global marketplace, you’ll benefit from international experience and a worldwide perspective. Colorado State offers a diverse range of study-abroad options, internships and volunteer positions that might take you to Africa or Asia, South America or Europe. They encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities! The Office of International Programs provides a wealth of resources, including knowledgeable staff members who can help you research international opportunities that fit your area of interest. They’ll also take the mystery out of requirements and make application processes easier to understand and complete.

  • Campus: The campus is located in the center of Fort Collins, Colorado, just at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills. It's an ideal location to live and learn – a unique blend of big city advantages and small town friendliness with easy access to the great outdoors.
  • Accreditation: Colorado State is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. The full spectrum of programs at Colorado State University’s College of Business has won accreditation by AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
  • Study Abroad: International education is a high priority in the College of Business and at Colorado State University, whether through the many study abroad exchange programs available to you or through Semester at Sea. Studying abroad opens your eyes to the world, helps you learn how to thrive in different cultural environments, and makes you much more marketable when you leave college and go looking for that first job.
  • Internships: Internships take many forms, including part-time internships conducted during the academic year, full-time summer internships, paid and unpaid internships, and local, national and international internship opportunities. Most students receive a grade and credit for their internship, depending on a variety of factors.
  • Career Strategy Workshops: Career strategy workshops are scheduled throughout the academic year to help you polish your skills in different areas. When you are talking with future employers about internships or full-time post graduate employment opportunities: how your resume looks, how your cover letter reads, and how well you are able to interview has a major impact on the final outcome of your job search. When you are at one of the many events offered by the College of Business to introduce you to future employers, good networking skills are critical. They can make the difference between getting an interview or meeting someone that you can talk with about employment opportunities (or not).

LAST UPDATED ON Sep 26, 2018

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