Businessman with PhoneGaining fundamental business skills as a college student can help give you a competitive edge when it comes to applying for jobs and internships. Even if you aren’t a business student, you can still gain exposure to the business world with these programs on campus.

  • Business Minor
    This 12-credit business minor is the largest on CU Boulder’s campus. Students from more than 60 different majors have completed a business minor to gain foundational business skills.
  • Technology, Arts & Media Program
    CU Boulder’s ATLAS Institute now offers the TAM program as a Bachelor’s degree, minor and certificate. The program is designed for students to learn creative thinking, technical skills and visual communication within creative studio-based environments.
  • CU Business Intensive Certificate
    Designed for non-business students, the CUBIC program helps students to supplement their respective degrees with a strong business background to enhance their marketability in the job force. It is a three week, non-credit certificate program offered as a Maymester.
  • What Can I Do With This Major?
    Curious to see what you can do with the major you’ve chosen? Or want to explore other majors and industries that you might be interested in? This website can give you insights into what you could be doing with your degree after CU Boulder.