Enriching the Graduate Programs Experience

    Centers promote meaningful dialogue among academics, business professionals, alumni and students. The variety of experiential learning and networking opportunities these Centers host include conferences, competitions, and other professional events that add to the richness of the MBA experience.

    The Center for Research on Consumer Financial Decision Making conducts original scientific research and promotes dialogue among experts from academia, business, and government on the topic of how to help consumers make better financial decisions.
    The Center for Education on Social Responsibility (CESR) focuses on advancing the Leeds School’s commitment to preparing future leaders to confront social, environmental, and ethical challenges; as well as the economic issues, faced by modern business. This mission is consistent with the intent of the Leeds family endowment that named the school.
    The Deming Center for Entrepreneurship connects students and faculty with the robust entrepreneurial community in Boulder, often cited as the #1 Entrepreneurial City in America.
    The Burridge Center for Finance develops and supports programs, resources and events that enhance the student experience, engage our alumni, support faculty research and provide a forum for the exchange of ideas with investment practitioners.
    The CU Real Estate Center (CUREC) was founded by a passionate group of local real estate leaders in 1989, with a mission to foster and develop aspiring real estate professionals. We offer rigorous coursework, co-curricular activities, a personalized approach to networking and mentorship, and hands-on learning experiences.
    The Business Research Division (BRD) annually sponsors The Colorado Business Economic Outlook, the longest-running forecast of the Colorado economy.