College of Business

UCCS Business Ethics Case Competition

November 3, 2016  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
UCCS Campus, University Center, Room 116

Ready for some friendly competition?

Each year, the UCCS College of Business hosts a business ethics case competition for UCCS students from all majors and invites the Air Force Academy, local community colleges and the Southern Colorado Education Consortium students to join in. The UCCS Case Competition featured competitors from the Air Force Academy, Fort Lewis College, Western State Colorado University, and Pueblo Community College in 2016. The UCCS Ethics Case Competition allows students to apply business knowledge, critical thinking, and principle-based ethical decision making to real-world ethical situations, along with a chance to network with local professionals. For those looking to practice their ethical decision making skills, fine tune their public speaking talents, and demonstrate their presentations skills before experts in their field - this event is the one for you!

Competition Information

Team Registration

Register your two person team now at 2016 UCCS Business Ethics Case Competition 

Past Participants

Find out what is was like from those who have already competed - check out our list of past participants

Proudly sponsored by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at UCCS.

 Congratulations to our 2016 winners!

PC Ethics Consulting 2016 UCCS Case Competition Winners
Paul Gillam and Courtney Opp from UCCS

Connor & Lauren2016 UCCS Case Competition Winners 2
Connor Cafferty & Lauren Smith from Fort Lewis College

Past UCCS Case Competition Winners

2015 UCCS Case Competition Winners
2015 UCCS Case Competition Winners: Jennifer Scoville and Andrew Gordon (not pictured).

2014 UCCS Case Competition Winners
2014 UCCS Case Competition Winners: Jennifer Scoville and Samuel Elliot.

2013 UCCS Case Competition Winners
2013 UCCS Case Competition Winners: Brett Drefs and Wesley Walters.

2012 UCCS Case Competition Winners
2012 UCCS Case Competition Winners: Chelsy Hodge and Kayla Ross.

Event Contact

Elisabeth Moore
UCCS Business Ethics Case Competition