The College of Business is committed to building successful futures for all of our stakeholders. Successful outcomes for our students are central to this vision. The following metrics are just a few of the ways that we measure the positive impact a UCCS College of Business education has on our graduates.
UCCS Campus Outcomes
College of Business Undergraduate Outcomes
The College of Business is home to 1,327 enrolled undergraduate students and serves more than 400 additional students who've declared Business Intent as their major (Fall 2019 data). In Academic Year 2018-19 the College of Business awarded bachelor's degrees to 361 students.
College of Business
(Fall 2018 to Fall 2019)
*See Institutional Research for report details. Retention rates are for first-time, full-time freshman.
College of Business
(2012 Cohort, 6-year graduation rate)
*See Institutional Research for report details. Graduation rates are for first-time, full-time freshman.
College of Business students completed 127 internships in Academic Year 2018-19 including 91 internships in Sport Management, 74 internships in PGA Golf Management, and 53 internships in Business.
Student Evaluations of Internships Fall 2014 - Summer 2019
Employer Evaluations of Student Interns Fall 2014 - Summer 2019
ETS Major Field Test in Business
In fall 2016, 79 students enrolled in the senior-level capstone course (STRT 4500) took the ETS Major Field Test in Business. This standardized exam measures knowledge and understanding of business and offers national comparative data. Scores on the exam range from 120-200. On average, UCCS students earned a score of 159 compared to a national average of 152 placing UCCS in the 90th percentile compared to 602 institutions who use this exam.
College of Business Graduate Program Outcomes
The College of Business serves more than 350 graduate students (Fall 2019 data) with the majority enrolled in our Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree. We also offer a Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) and will be launching an Executive Doctor of Business Administration with a Cybersecurity Management emphasis (EDBA-Cyber) in Fall 2021. In Academic Year 2018-19 the College of Business awarded 97 master's degrees.
Each semester in the Capstone class we survey students about their experience in the MBA program. Following are some highlighted findings from the 2015-16 Academic Year:
- 91% respondents would recommend the program to a friend or colleague
- 94% respondents learned skills and knowledge in the MBA program that they believe will be important in their career.
ETS Major Field Test - MBA
In fall 2016, 21 students enrolled in the graduate-level capstone course (STRT 6500/6590) took the ETS Major Field Test - MBA. This standardized exam measures knowledge and understanding of business and offers national comparative data. Scores on the exam range from 220-300. On average, UCCS students earned a score of 259 compared to a national average of 248 placing UCCS in the 88th percentile compared to 261 institutions who use this exam.
In Their Own Words
The College of Business is expanding its efforts to collect data about the career progression of our graduates. Additional metrics will be posted as they become available.