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To become a recognized U.S. business college, engaged regionally and globally, for developing responsible and workforce-ready business graduates.


To inspire the practice of responsible business, balancing profit, people, ethics, equity and planet, we promote the success of our ethnically and economically diverse students by facilitating engaged learning involving real-world challenges, conduct practice-relevant research and collaborate with community and regional partners.

Strategic Plan

2020-2025 College of Business Strategic Plan Cover
College of Business Strategic Plan 2020-2025
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Strategic focus: Responsible Business

Profit, People, Ethics, Equity, and Planet

The strategic focus of the College of Business is to educate business-ready graduates who are Responsible Business managers and entrepreneurs balancing business value added (Profit); concern for personal, social, and community needs (People); treating others with respect and dignity (Ethics), concern for issues of equity such as serving the underserved (Equity) and environmental stewardship (Planet).

Responsible Business is a core concept in the College of Business and is embedded throughout the curriculum. Business area foci include Agribusiness, Sustainable Hospitality Management, Business Entrepreneurship, and Social Entrepreneurship.


Excellence | Collaboration | Passion | Integrity | Innovation | Responsibility

College of Business Fact Sheet

Program goals and major learning outcomes (MLO)

CSUMB College of Business graduates will:

  • Have business knowledge and skills - Understand and apply the terminology, concepts, theories, and tools of management
  • Be effective written communicators - Produce business writing that meets professional standards
  • Be effective oral communicators - Prepare and deliver professional presentation
  • Be skilled critical thinkers - Produce a critical analysis of a business scenario
  • Be competent in quantitative skills - Analyze data using quantitative tools to support business analysis
Program Goals MLO Sp 15
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Contact the College of Business

(831) 582-4232

3052 Divarty Street Seaside, CA 93955

College of Business

(831) 582-4232