The Anderson College of Business at Regis University aims to prepare every student to “become a steward of society.” Educating over 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students, the CoB provides numerous service opportunities and hires incredibly experienced and connected faculty who teach a rigorous curriculum. An Anderson education focuses on leadership, innovation, empowerment, and ethical values while building every degree program upon its stewardship principles.
Students will receive the best academic experience and gain vital business skills for great success. Full-time, on-campus Bachelors degree students can major in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting, Human Resource Management, Economics, or Marketing. The BBA degree offers specializations in Management, General Business, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management, and Project Leadership & Management. All of these Bachelor degrees, except Economics, can be completed in the accelerated format if desired. On-campus Masters degree programs exist in Business Administration, Marketing, Accounting, Organizational Leadership, Human Resource Management, and Project Leadership & Management. MBA students can specialize in Marketing, Finance, Project Management, Accounting, Strategic Management, Health Industry Leadership, or Human Resource Management.
There are several ways students can obtain financial aid, including the Federal Pell Grant, Colorado Student Grant, Regis Achievement Award, RegisNow Undergraduate Scholarships, and Graduate Scholarships, and a variety of endowed scholarships. As the business world functions internationally, students can experience an international study abroad trip or participate in an international immersion program in places like South Africa, Iceland, Brazil, Japan, Bulgaria, Finland, New Zealand, and Germany.
Anderson believes in helping give students a well-rounded educational experience. Business students can join any number of academic clubs, social clubs, affinity groups, and honor societies to grow in leadership abilities, community service, and build lasting relationships. It is crucial to start networking and building professional connections while earning a degree, and Anderson gives students ample opportunity to network and connect with local companies. Business students gain valuable experience through the University’s Sustainable Economic and Enterprise Development (SEED) Institute. It conducts research and teaching programs focused on helping develop healthy communities throughout the surrounding area, state, country, and the world. The Workforce, Ethics, and Lifelong Learning (WELL) Center allows students to connect with businesses and grow in their skills and professional development. It also helps provide service projects, internships, and interaction with real clients. The Innovation Center, along with providing ways for students to grow in humility, resilience, and perseverance, provides the Gronowski Innovation Incubator. This incubator gives students an incredible asset in creating, observing, brainstorming, and working together to design business strategies and plans.
Most of the business programs are also offered online and in a hybrid format like the online Bachelors in Finance, Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Marketing, and Accounting. Graduate students can earn an online Masters in Marketing, Business Administration, Organizational Leadership, Human Resource Management, Accounting, or Project Leadership & Management both online and in the hybrid format. The Masters in Nonprofit Management degree program is only offered entirely online.