Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.)
The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) program may be followed by students in any of the following fields:
- Business Administration (general)
- Human Resource Management
Bachelor of Applied Science in Business (B.A.S.)- General
The B.A.S. in Business is available for students who transfer in with an A.A.S. degree. At TWU, students complete 42 credit hours in the core curriculum and at least 33 credits in business courses to reach a minimum of 12-122 credit hours.
Students may transfer in up to 45-47 credit hours from A.A.S. business programs as well as any core curriculum credits and they must complete at least 36 upper division credits.
Students in the B.A.S. program take business courses covering all of the disciplines: Management, Marketing, Law, Statistics, Communications, and Information Systems. Required business courses for the B.A.S. degree are listed below.
- BUS 2803 Women in Business
- BUS 3003 Principles of Management
- BUS 3013 Business Law & Ethics
- BUS 3053 Business Finance
- BUS 3113 Principles of Marketing
- BUS 3163 Business Communication
- BUS 3183 International Business (GP)
- BUS 3533 Management iInformation Systems
- BUS 4333 Business Policy
- BUS 4353 International marketing (GP)
- BUS 4543 Quantitative Management Analysis
Professors go above and beyond
The curriculum of the School of Management is designed to provide opportunities for the understanding of the institutional structure and behavioral patterns of a modern industrial society, to provide training for business careers, and to prepare teachers of business and economics. Students interested in taking the CPA exam must have 150 semester hours of course work.
Cooperative Education Program
The School of Management participates in the Cooperative Education program at the Texas Woman's University. Students may enter the Cooperative Education program through the School of Management when they have reached their sophomore year. This program provides students with the opportunity to gain experience in their chosen field prior to graduation.
Competency in a Concentrated Field
Providing competency in a concentrated field, the primary objective of the School of Management, is augmented by a program of studies in general education. A minimum of 50 percent of all course work must be in the general education areas. The combined programs build a firm, analytical/conceptual background that will enhance future development in a dynamic business and social environment.
Additional Program Information
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