A bachelor’s degree in commerce translates and is equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in business in the United States. Students in these programs will receive the background and hands-on learning for accounting, management, sales, economics and finance.
Typical career employment for those with a commerce or business degree are salesperson, business management, supervisor, accountant, financial planner or advisor, consultants, and entrepreneurs. Understanding commerce or business can lead you to a very lucrative career path in starting your own business or working for a large corporation.
University of Denver offers 3 Business/Commerce, General degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 193 Business/Commerce, General students graduated with students earning 147 Master's degrees, and 46 Bachelor's degrees.
Colorado Technical University-Colorado Springs offers 4 Business/Commerce, General degree programs. It's a very large, private for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 63 Business/Commerce, General students graduated with students earning 62 Bachelor's degrees, and 1 Associate's degree.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of Denver Denver, CO||17 : 1||12,931|
|Regis University Denver, CO||21 : 1||6,908|
|Colorado Technical University-Colorado Springs Colorado Springs, CO||524 : 1||27,232|
|Colorado State University-Pueblo Pueblo, CO||43 : 1||7,081|
|Colorado Mesa University Grand Junction, CO||31 : 1||9,373|
|DeVry University-Colorado Westminster, CO||41 : 1||123|
|Fort Lewis College Durango, CO||19 : 1||3,300|
|Adams State University Alamosa, CO||30 : 1||3,114|