College of Business Administration

The Center for Entrepreneurship

The College of Business Administration has developed business leaders and cultivated excellence in its graduates for more than five decades. The college has graduated nearly 40,000 undergraduate and graduate students - some 24,000 of whom are now working n the Sacramento region.

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Physical Therapy sessionThe Magazine welcomes Sanjay Varshney, dean of the College of Business Administration, and Jonathan Lederer, founder and president of Lederer Private Wealth Management, LLC. They share a long-range economic forecast for Northern California and discuss the Sacramento Business Review, a partnership between the college and the Chartered Financial Analysts Society of Sacramento (CFA).

Made at Sac State - CBA Students

Play ClipChild in speech therapyStudents John Hobbs and Kimberly Lim share their Sacramento State stories.

 

The Center for Entrepreneurship

Play ClipChild in speech therapyThe college's Center for Entrepreneurship was created in 2012 to nurture entrepreneurial businesses in the Sacramento region. Seung Bach, associate dean for Undergraduate Programs, joins Silk Road Soda co-founder Payam Fardanesh, a graduate of Sac State's Executive MBA program.

Made at Sac State - CBA StudentsPlay Clip

Camerata CapistranoElba Morales, a former College of Business Administration student aambassador, and Steve Huynh, vice president of finance for Delta Sigma Pi, share their Sacramento State experiences.

CBA Film Festival

Play ClipChild in speech therapyBusiness Management students made comedic films as an exercise to explore effective leadership strategies. Professor Hakan Ozcelik and Business Management major Danae Michelle Hill review the CBA Film Festival.

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