We’re here for your success.
Your advising team is here to help you graduate on time. Your advisor is assigned to you on a last-name basis and will be your advisor throughout your college career at the CU Denver Business School.
We are committed to the success of all students and strive to aid in your personal, professional, and educational growth. Through meaningful interactions, we will empower you by building strong relationships while helping you navigate the college experience.
We recommend that you check in with us at least once a semester. We offer in-person appointments 3 days a week and virtual (phone or zoom) appointments 2 days a week. All are 30 minutes long and must be scheduled in advance. We do not accept same day or walk-in appointments. To schedule an appointment, use the self-scheduler link or call our front desk at 303-315-8110. For quick/general questions, email email@example.com.
Reach out to your advisor if you need any help with the following:
- Class and degree planning
- Registration assistance
- Course overrides and permissions
- Study abroad course approval
- Transfer credit evaluations and approval
- 4+1 program
- Four-year planning
- Graduation checks
- Major/Minor exploration
- Probation/Suspension advising
- Referrals to other academic resources
While we do not have the most current information to help you with tuition assistance, financial aid advising, scholarship assistance, immigration/visa regulation, and internship advising/approval, we are happy to refer you to the right department or person if you have any of these concerns.
These forms help you easily make changes to your schedule, adjust your major or minor, withdraw from a course, or apply for graduation. Forms can be submitted in person to the advising office or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Change of Major Form – to change, add or remove a business major as a current business student
- Late Withdrawal Petition - to request to drop a course after the 10th week through the last week of class
- Minor Declaration for Business Students – to add a minor to your business degree
- Minor Declaration for NON-Business Students – to add a business minor
- Petition - to request things like an exception to transfer credit, retroactive withdrawal, experiential learning waiver, etc.
- Schedule Adjustment Form - to drop, add, waitlist, overload, or request pass/fail for a course
- MGMT 4500/Capstone Application - to apply for graduation and specify your desired section of enrollment for MGMT 4500
- Degree Plan Supplement – a review of which classes are approved for behavioral science, social sciences, natural and physical sciences, humanities, international perspective, cultural diversity, international studies credits, and experiential learning credits.
- How to Find Registration Holds
- How to Find Registration Date and Time
- How to Submit Online Graduation Application
- How to Schedule an Advising Appointment
- Academic Calendar
- Course Catalog
- Business Career Connections – career coaching, major exploration, resume building, interview tips, LinkedIn profile building, networking, job opportunities, and professional development training
- Experiential Learning Center – offers resources for internships, undergraduate research, and other professional development experiences
- Registrar's Office – help with transcripts and official records
- Learning Resources Center – various forms of tutoring, additional support outside of class for historically difficult classes, academic development workshops, English language services, study groups
- Counseling Center – CU Denver students receive counseling sessions at no cost as part of student fees. The center offers group sessions, workshops, professional presentations, a relaxation room, and more.
- Bursar's Office – for questions on tuition and fees, past payment holds, and the payment schedule
- Financial Aid and Scholarships Office
- International Student and Scholar Services
- Veteran and Military Services
- Campus Assessment, Response, and Evaluation (CARE) Team - The Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team was created to address the health and safety needs of students and the campus community.
- Disability Resources & Services - The Office of Disability Resources and Services envisions an educational environment that is inclusive and embodies the equality of opportunity. Accordingly, the office is dedicated to the full participation of students with disabilities in the university environment.
- Office of Equity - The Office of Equity's stated mission is to strive to stop, prevent, and remedy discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, and any related retaliation; provide education, training and outreach; design policies and procedures to make our campus safer and more inclusive; and ensure all individuals are treated with dignity, compassion, and respect.
Here are the current four-year plans for the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. We encourage you to meet with an advisor before self-advising with these plans.
If you are completing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and majoring in accounting, marketing, information systems, or risk management & insurance, you can apply for the 4+1 program for your respective master of science degree in your third year.
The 4+1 program allows you to add a master of science degree in one additional year. Upon acceptance into the MS program, you'll start taking graduate courses in your final undergraduate year. If you are interested in this program, please discuss this as soon as possible with your advisor.
Review the following master of science degrees to learn more about each program. Please contact email@example.com with questions about the application process for these MS programs.
We also offer a One Year MBA program that allows any student to complete an MBA in one year.
You need to apply for graduation while registering for your final semester of classes. You must apply for your graduation online in UCD Access and submit the MGMT 4500/Capstone Application to us.
You will take your capstone course, MGMT 4500, during your final semester. You will select your desired section for this course when submitting your MGMT 4500/Capstone Application. As a part of the class, you will complete the Undergraduate Capstone Exam.
Process of Applying for Graduation
Step 1: Use this button to access and submit your MGMT 4500/Capstone Application
Step 2: Watch the video to see how to access and submit the online application.
Undergraduate Capstone Exam
The Educational Testing Service (ETS) exam is a 120-question test required for all undergraduate students. It is administered during the capstone course, MGMT 4500: Business Policy and Strategic Management. You cannot graduate without taking ETS exam. Your score is worth 10% of your final grade in MGMT 4500.
The test covers areas in accounting, economics, management, quantitative business analysis, information systems, finance, marketing, legal and social environment, and international issues. Some questions are grouped in sets and based on diagrams, charts and data tables. The questions represent a wide range of difficulty and cover depth and breadth in assessing students’ achievement levels.
ETS Exam Resources