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Founded in 1994, CSUMB is committed to serving students as a multilingual, multicultural, and gender-inclusive educational institution, and the same values hold true for our College of Business. As we welcome all to enrich their future through higher education, our College of Business focuses specifically on preparing students to solve the unique challenges of today’s business world by making significant investments in technology and innovation. Our dual focus is on integrating learning with practical applications while also providing a foundation for ethical practices and responsible business endeavors, and it has attracted a fair share of national attention.
In 2018 CSUMB graduated its largest ever class of students1 and was named the #6 Top Regional Public School West in the United States.2 And in 2019, the university received a 10-year reaffirmation of its accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the longest period of accreditation achievable.
"CSUMB received this accolade due to our commitment to the whole student, a culture of innovation and regional stewardship," says Fran Horvath, CSUMB's interim provost.3
The CSUMB College of Business shares the vision of the broader university, placing specific emphasis on the idea of responsible business practices. Across all curricula in all of our business programs, both students and faculty are challenged to approach business in a way that focuses not only on the bottom line but also on how to increase profits while having a positive impact in the world.
We call this the quintuple bottom line.
The concept of the quintuple bottom line is based on a simultaneous and interrelated focus on five key concepts, priorities of equal weight in the interest of which successfully responsible businesses must strive to act at all times:
Here, you will learn not just how to run the business of the future, but how to do so while making the world a better place.
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1. Retrieved on November 27, 2018, from montereyherald.com/2018/05/19/csumb-graduates-largest-class-yet/
2. Retrieved on November 27, 2018, from usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/regional-universities-west/top-public
3. Retrieved on August 7, 2019, from montereyherald.com/2019/07/21/csumb-gets-accreditation-reaffirmed-for-10-years/
4. Retrieved on November 27, 2018, from forbes.com/sites/larryalton/2017/09/12/how-much-do-a-companys-ethics-matter-in-the-modern-professional-climate/#2abb900a1c79