Monfort College of Business

The Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business (MCB) is a college of the University of Northern Colorado, United States, which offers seven undergraduate business programs and one graduate program. It is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), and is the sole business school to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.[1]

Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business
DeanKaren Turner
Location, ,

40°24′39″N 104°41′30″W
AffiliationsUniversity of Northern Colorado


The college offers two undergraduate programs and one graduate program. All students are required to complete the University's "Liberal Arts Core" (LAC), and must complete a professional experience in the real business world. Students at MCB consistently score in the top 5 percent on nationwide standardized exit exams.


The primary undergraduate track of the College is the BS in Business Administration. Students can choose an emphasis in Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Finance, Management, Marketing, or General Business. Class sizes are small, with an average of 31 students.

The College also offers a separate Software Engineering track, in collaboration with UNC's College of Natural and Health Sciences. This program prepares students for success in the field of computer software development.


The college offers a Master of Accounting. The program satisfies the 150-hour requirement for licensing as a Certified Public Accountant in Colorado and other states.

The College introduced a Master of Business Administration program in 2014, which offers flexible degree programs for active professionals, or full-time students alike. Classes are held both online and at the University of Northern Colorado main campus in Greeley, CO.

Student life

A variety of extracurricular programs are available to students at MCB, namely:

MCB also provides students with free online and print access to the Wall Street Journal.

See also


  1. "2004 Award Winner - Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business" (PDF). National Institute of Standards and Technology. Retrieved 2012-12-20.
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