The Undergraduate Business Advising Center (UBAC) is an advising center specific to current and prospective students.
The College of Business Administration offers 4 graduate degree programs and one Certificate Program for new students.
We offer a wide range of student services and programs designed to help both undergraduate and graduate students achieve success.
Faculty in the College of Business Administration are committed to providing the highest quality of education to our students.
The College of Business is best known for delivering the highest quality and prepared graduates to the workforce.
Institutes to satisfy research and business consulting needs of the greater Sacramento region.
There are numerous ways to participate in and support the College of Business Administration.
With about 30,000 alumni in the region, we work in the private sector, public sector, not-for profit, and civic leadership positions.
Economic Engine & Regional Growth
The College of Business Administration is best known for delivering the highest
quality and prepared graduates to the workforce. With about 30,000 alumni
in the region, we provide the private sector, public sector, not-for profit, and
civic leadership. We value the relationship we have with our external business
community. Without their support we would not be able to produce quality
business graduates who have the potential to help build up economic health
and better the lives of the communities in which they live and work.
Internships, Cooperative Education, Part-Time and Full-Time Jobs
Internships & Cooperative Education
The College of Business Administration at Sacramento State offers an extensive Internship & Cooperative Education program to employers seeking to hire students on a part-time basis during the academic year and semester breaks. The program is intended to be beneficial to the student and the employer, and provides a positive collaboration between the College of Business Administration and the business leaders in our community.
Internships & Coops are academic experiences for the student, where they can earn college credit for a new learning experience that relates to their concentration area(s) within the Business Major. Positions must be paid and offer a minimum of 10-20 hours/week over a 15 week semester. Most importantly, the position must be at a level of work that is of a quality and complexity that merits the assignment of academic credit. Positions should be similar to entry-level responsibilities in the area of the student's concentration within the business major.
Internships & Co-ops should be coordinated within the timeline of the semester or summer session.
To get started, please vsit our Business Job Board, where we post all positions electronically for students to view at any time.
Part-Time and Full-Time Jobs
If you are looking to hire a business student to work in your company or organization on a part-time or full-time basis, you may post your employment opportunity at no charge on our online Business Job Board.
The Business Job Board posts internship / co-op, part-time, and full-time positions approved by The Office of Student Affairs, The College of Business Administration. It is free to employers to post positions.
You can easily access our Business Job Board at http://www.cba.csus.edu/bjb. Once at the site, you will create an employer account which takes just a few moments. Upon completion of your account, you will be directed to a link where you can post one or more positions. Using the login information you created, you can go back to the Business Job Board at any time to modify, manage, close or upload a document to a position you have listed.
The Business Job Board allows students to search and view positions by several different search features and it also has a automatic email notification system. As soon as your position is posted, an email is sent to our BizList and directs the message to the appropriate group of students according to our concentrations within the business major.
You may download the Employer Instructions for posting a position on the Business Job Board.
If you forget your login/password, send an email:
Subject: BJB Login
Message: Please provide your company/organization name, division [if applicable]
Your login/password will be emailed to you. If we can be of any assistance, please call the CBA Student Services office at 916-278-5875.
Thank you for providing employment opportunities for Sac State Business Students!
Beginning with the student who graduated at the end of May 2006, each semester, the College of Business Administration surveys the undergraduate students to learn about their post-graduation plans, including employment, salaries and graduate education. We also survey our students regarding their experiences as an undergraduate student in the College of Business Administration.
We have surveyed the graduating classes listed below. The survey is conducted approximately 6-8 months post-graduation, to allow ample time for the graduates to have transitioned fully from school to career.
|Semester Graduated||Surveyed||Report Prepared|
|Spring 2006 [May 06]||Mar - Jul 07||November 2007|
|Fall 2006 [Dec 06]||Mar - Jul 07||November 2007|
|Spring 2007 [May 07]||Jan - Jun 07||August 2008|
To view the reports:
During the academic year we offer many opportunities for employers to partner with us to interact with and support the business students at Sacramento State:
If you are interested in participating, sponsoring or partnering with us in any way, please contact:
Director, Business Student Services
If you are interested in being a guest speaker in a business class, please email Bonnie Burnell [firstname.lastname@example.org] with the following information
Your request will be reviewed and forwarded to the Faculty in the College of Business Administration. Faculty who would like to invite you to be a guest speaker in their class will contact you directly.
The College of Business Administration at Sacramento State offers an extensive Internship & Cooperative Education program to employers seeking to hire students on a part-time basis during the academic year and semester breaks.