Best Business Schools in Colorado

Also known as School of Business, a Business School is an education institution that offers bachelor or graduate degrees in management or business administration. This page lists all accredited business schools in Colorado that provide full-time or part-time graduate business education leading to an MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree.

  • All Counties in Colorado: Alphabetical list of all counties, boroughs and parishes in the state of Colorado. Offered by Countryaah.

Colorado State University (CO)
College of Business
164 Rockwell Hall Fort Collins, CO 80523-1270
Admissions Phone: (970) 491-2461
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Colorado State University–Pueblo (CO)
2200 Bonforte Boulevard Pueblo, CO 81001
Admissions Phone: (719) 549-2461
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University of Colorado–Boulder (Leeds) (CO)
Leeds School of Business
995 Regent Drive 419 UCB Boulder, CO 80309
Admissions Phone: (303) 492-8397
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University of Colorado–Colorado Springs (CO)
Graduate School of Business and Administration
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Admissions Phone: (719) 262-3408
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University of Colorado–Denver (CO)
Graduate School of Business Administration
Campus Box 165, PO Box 173364 Denver, CO 80217-3364
Admissions Phone: (303) 556-5900
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University of Denver (Daniels) (CO)
Daniels College of Business
2101 S. University Boulevard Denver, CO 80208
Admissions Phone: (303) 871-3416
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Colorado – State information

State name Colorado
State nickname Centennial State
Capital Denver
Largest city Denver
Area 269 ​​602 km 2
Population 5,268,367
Joined the Union Aug 1, 1876
The biggest cities Denver
Natural attractions Rocky Mountains National Park, Mount Elbert, Black Canyon, Garden of the Gods
Main industries microelectronics, food industry, engineering

Colorado, lying on either side of the Rocky Mountains, is an image of the state of the Wild West. It was home to various Native American tribes, from the rock wall inhabitants of Mesa Verde to the prairie populations of the Cheyenne and the Arapahs. They were later pushed out by the Spaniards, who named this area Colorado after its reddish rocks. See Colorado abbreviation.

The eastern part, annexed by France, was sold to the United States in 1803, the western part was left to Mexico by the United States in 1848. The gold rush in 1859 caused a huge wave of immigrants and the development of a number of border towns. Increased food demand has supported the development of irrigation agriculture (sugar beet) and sheep and cattle breeding has replaced extinct bison. The discovery of rich mineral resources in the late 19th century made Colorado an important industrial center.

After World War II, traditional industry declined somewhat, but the production of computer, aviation and satellite technology saw great development. The beautiful parts of the Rocky Mountains provide ideal conditions for skiing and places like Aspen have become popular tourist centers.

Business Schools in Colorado

Copper Mountain

At almost 3,000 meters above sea level, there is a village in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado with a large ski resort Copper Mountain. You can get here after a two-hour drive from the city of Denver. This resort, together with the village, was built in an interesting Alpine style. However, due to the high altitude, this area causes some visitors to alpine illness, which is manifested by discomfort around the stomach, nausea, headaches and dizziness. With these problems, one has to drink plenty of fluids and it is also good to get an oxygen bottle. Two days is usually enough to acclimatize, but many skiers prefer to go to lower positions to recover.

Quality snow cover ensures excellent conditions for skiing from the beginning of November to the end of April. The slopes are covered with excellent loose powder. The sun shines here almost all year round, so skiers can enjoy riding on the sunny slopes. There are many downhill runs of various lengths and levels of difficulty available to skiers in the resort. The lower parts of the slopes are hidden in a dense fir forest, while the upper terrains are mostly bare. These are sought after for freeride skiing. Modern ski lifts and cable cars take care of transporting skiers. In addition to skiing, Copper Mountain offers winter fun of all kinds. You can try snowboarding, snow tubing, night skiing or go on a midnight trip to the tops of the hills on snowshoes.

The ski resort is provided by an ancient town, where a gold rush broke out in the 19th century after gold was found, and subsequently the town developed a great development. To this day, however, Keystone retains a touch from the time of precious metal seekers. The town was built in the traditional Victorian style, but is also complemented by modern buildings with hotels and guesthouses. You can stay in the cheapest hostel, but also in a five-star hotel, it’s up to you. If you want to go to a restaurant or go shopping, visit the nearby towns of Dillon or Silverthorn.