Colorado Christian University
Business at CCU
With recent trends in corporate America, there’s a rising demand for a new kind of business leader—one equipped with practical knowledge, sound decision-making skills, entrepreneurial vision, and an ethical focus. The world needs leaders who understand that “ethics” isn’t just the topic of the day but is central to how we operate in business and everyday life. At Colorado Christian University, we teach our students that ethics must rely upon an understanding of morality based upon Scripture and a Christian worldview, and that sets our Business students apart.
Character and competence
Character plus competence equals a consistent witness for Christ. There’s no larger mission field than the business world and no other place where the world needs higher ethical standards. The Business programs at CCU are designed to develop a new generation of business professionals: men and women who are leaders, team players, delegates, doers, strategists, and practitioners.
All professors in CCU’s School of Business and Leadership have advanced degrees and are required to remain active in the professional world of business and commerce. Many have worked in law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and high-tech companies—we even have a professor who’s a former FBI agent. Every Business student is encouraged to request a mentor relationship with a faculty member, where they’ll learn and benefit from the knowledge, expertise, and connections of our professors.
The CCU difference
Colorado Christian University cultivates a knowledge and love of God in a Christ-centered community of learners and scholars with an enduring commitment to the integration of exemplary academics, spiritual formation, and engagement with the world. At CCU, we want you to learn how to learn, and we believe that goes far beyond four years of study and a degree. Academics aren’t just about increasing knowledge but transforming you as a person.
Consistently ranked in the top 2% of colleges nationwide for our core curriculum | The American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Business Majors, Minors, and Emphases:
• Accounting (major, minor)
• Business Administration (major)
• Business (minor for non-business majors)
• Camp Management (minor for non-business majors)
• Computer Information Systems (major, minor)
• CPA Licensure (minor)
• Economics (minor)
• Finance (minor for School of Business and Leadership Majors Only)
• International Business (minor for Accounting or Business Admin. majors)
• Leadership Studies (minor)
• Management (minor for School of Business and Leadership Majors)
• Management (minor for Non-School of Business and Leadership Majors)
• Marketing (minor for School of Business and Leadership Majors Only)
• Outdoor Leadership (major, minor)
• Pre-Law Studies (minor, general emphasis)
“The Business School has taught me what it looks like to be a Christian in a secular workplace. My professors have become mentors who teach that faith is the most important business strategy there is.”