Markstein Hall

Markstein Hall, the campus' sixth academic building opened for classes in Spring 2006. The building consists of both lecture classrooms and faculty offices that houses the College of Business Administration and smaller departments from the College of Humanities, Arts, Behavioral and Social Sciences.  The largest lecture classroom is a 120 seat case-study style room. 

In addition to the lecture classrooms, there are also "Senior Experience" and "Breakout" rooms that are utilized by the College of Business Administration students.  The building was named after the single largest donor to this project Markstein Beverage Co. which is a local business in San Marcos, CA.

College of Business Administration (CoBA) includes:

  • Marketing
  • Management
  • Finance
  • Accounting
  • Management Information Systems (MIS)
  • Global Supply Chain Management
 

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Building No:

013

GSF / ASF:

80,200 / 47,608

Total Project Costs:

$25,000,000

Funding Source:

State and Donor Funds

Completion:

January 2006

LEED Certification:

N/A

Owner:

CSU Trustees

Architect:

AC Martin Partners, Inc.

Contractor:

C.E. Wylie Construction Company