Pauletic hopes to influence the world
By Amanda Heersink | University Communications
DENVER – Josh Pauletic is prepared to ‘go about’ the business of the business world. On Saturday, he’ll graduate from the University of Colorado Denver Business School with a dual MBA and MS in Marketing.
Pauletic served as an officer in the MBA Student Organization while pursuing his degrees, and he also worked for The Advocate student newspaper as advertising manager.
His story is one of hard work and perseverance, and he is grateful for the education and relationships he gained.
After graduating, he plans to work in the marketing and advertising world. That interest drew him to the Business School because it offers a dual MBA and MS in Marketing. The business acumen of an MBA coupled with the marketing principles taught in an MS-Marketing program appealed to him.
He found the people at CU Denver to be the greatest asset of the school, including professors, classmates and alumni. “I’m thankful for the relationships I’ve made while at CU Denver,” said Pauletic.
If there is one thing he could change about the university it would be the ‘human network.’
“I’ve seen improvement over the past two years,” said Pauletic. “I look forward to stronger CU Denver networks among students while attending CU Denver and moving forward as they become pillars of the Denver business community.”
He received a BS in Marketing a few years ago from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
Overall, Pauletic is looking forward to the future and using the knowledge he gained at CU Denver to make a difference in the world.
The Denver Campus commencement is set for Saturday, May 12; 9 a.m. on the Auraria Field at Speer Blvd. and Auraria Parkway.