Monfort College of Business
MCB Students Come in First, Second in Tenth Annual Ethics in Action Video Competition
The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) has announced the winners of its 2019 Ethics in Action Video Competition, and UNC placed in first and second in three of the four categories:
- Viewer's Choice Short Film (1-3 Minutes)
First Place: Ethics in Data Analysis
- Short Film Category (1-3 Minutes):
Runner Up: Management Pressure in the Workplace
- Viewer's Choice Commercial (59 Seconds or Less)
Runner Up: Common Conflicts of Interest
This year, the CPT received a total of 94 video submissions from over 20 college and universities, nationwide.
MCB Students Take Second at Regional Ad Competition
A University of Northern Colorado advertising class placed second at the District 12 American Advertising Federation’s annual National Student Advertising Competition held at the University of Colorado Boulder on April 27.
UNC finished as the runner-up to Brigham Young University while competing against other teams from the CU, Arizona State University, University of Arizona and New Mexico State University. Read More
MCB Students head to Artificial Intelligence and Education Conference
Eight students from the Monfort College of Business’s AIoT club traveled to San Jose, California to attend an Artificial Intelligence and Education Conference. This conference is the world’s most recognized premium conference on the intersection of AI and Education. The students attended several presentations which challenged the current thought processes around AI, contemplating its implications and potential through the use of algorithms, hardware, and policy. Read More
Students Win at International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case Competition
Four students took first in two categories at the International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case Competition at Loyola Marymount University in California.
The UNC team was advised by Professor and MCB Department Chair of Management Keiko Krahnke, Ph.D., and consisted of senior Drew Buchalski; senior Cora Gottbehuet; senior Mark O’Connor; and sophomore Morgan (Emmy) Scott. Read More
UNC Business Students Attend Renowned Retail Conference in New York City
Eight students from the University of Northern Colorado’s Monfort College of Business said they gained a better appreciation for the retail industry by participating in the student program of the 2019 National Retail Federation (NRF) Conference in New York City. Read More
UNC Business Students head to Brussels to participate at the Solvay Business Games Compeitition
The Monfort College of Business (MCB) at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) sent a team of 6 senior undergraduate business students to the Solvay Business Games business competition.....
MCB Marketing Students Attend Social Media Marketing World 2019
Four students and their professor recently attended the 3-day Social Media Marketing World mega-conference in San Diego. SMMW is an annual professional conference for marketers and entrepreneurs with top speakers and workshops about using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, blogging, video marketing, and more. More than 7,000 were in attendance. Read More
Winners Announced in MCB Entrepreneurial Challenge
Five Colorado businesses participated in the 10th annual Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge finals on Wednesday, April 3, with first place going to Denver-based Notty Foods.
Three UNC graduate students journeyed to Lithuania to participate in the ISM Social Business Conference.
Kody Mommaerts, Keenan Leary & Joe Layzell ranked in the top 10% out of 1741 participants from 101 countries in the initial round of the creative shock competition Read More....
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UNC's Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business (MCB) delivers excellence in business education, and is the first and only business program to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award from the Office of the President of the United States (2004).
UNC offers highly ranked programs with small class sizes - which allows students to connect with faculty and each other on a more personal level.
Our undergraduate programs include Business Administration degrees in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, General Business, Management and Marketing, as well as a Software Engineering program, in collaboration with the College of Natural and Health Sciences.
At the graduate level, UNC offers a Master of Accounting (MAcc) which satisfies Colorado's and most other state's 150-hour requirement for licensing as a CPA. UNC's Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a flexible program that offers specialization in healthcare administration, human resources management or general business management.
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|MCB focuses on both oral and written presentation skills and provides opportunities to develop these skills in the classroom. Because group decision-making is pivotal in today's business environment, student teams are prevalent in MCB classes.||Internships, real-world classroom projects and memberships in professional organizations give our students practical experience to prepare them for the business world.|
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September 24, 2019
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October 03, 2019
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October 09, 2019
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The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International) awards accreditation to the top business schools worldwide, and MCB is among the elite schools accredited in both business administration and accounting.
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UNC's million-dollar Financial Education Center serves diverse needs for financial literacy within the Monfort College of Business and the university community. Students gain hands-on experience in the trading room and share knowledge with faculty and peers in the FEC's technology labs and social spaces. High-tech classrooms, conference space and student collaboration rooms are available to students, reflecting UNC's continued commitment to small-group, student-focused learning.