The offices and classroom of Colorado State University’s Executive MBA Program have moved to a new location.
The Executive MBA Program, previously located on the second floor of the Chamber of Commerce Building in Lower Downtown, has moved to the 24th floor of 410 17th St. in downtown Denver. The Executive MBA Program now will reside in a single building with the university’s Division of Continuing Education as well as the Board of Governors of the Colorado State University System.
The new facilities feature seating for more than 30 people, wireless connectivity, a "smartboard" controlled by a laptop and audio and video conferencing and recording. Office space has been set aside for faculty and students to prepare before classes and for group break-out sessions.
The Denver Executive MBA Program, directed by Colorado State alumnus Chris Lapham, is designed for core management professionals with eight years of work experience and an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. The program provides a strong business foundation to allow participants to step comfortably into any executive-level role. The 21-month program receives hundreds of inquires annually and admits about 20 students.
For more information about the program, visit the Web at http://www.biz.colostate.edu/demba/.