Undergraduate Programs

The undergraduate degree programs are 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. Three types of degrees are offered, the BBA, BAS and the BAAS.

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

A student may obtain a BBA degree in the following fields:

  • Accounting*
  • Business Administration (general)
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Marketing

*The TWU School of Management attempts to ensure that all accounting and non-accounting business classes offered are accepted by the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy for CPA Exam credit. The combination of the TWU BBA/Accounting and TWU MBA/Accounting degrees is designed to provide all courses needed under current requirements. However, the State Board can and does make changes in course requirements / course acceptance as the Board deems appropriate. In addition, TWU may offer elective courses from time to time that do not meet any specific requirements set forth by the Board.  Students are subject to all Board changes until the student receives an official letter from the State Board indicating that the student has fulfilled all requirements. Each individual interested in becoming qualified to sit for the CPA Exam must work with the State Board to determine her/his full eligibility for the CPA Exam.

Bachelor of Applied Science in Business (BAS) - General

The BAS in business is available for students who transfer in with an AAS degree. At TWU, students complete 42 credit hours in the core curriculum and at least 36 credits in business courses to reach a minimum of 120 credit hours.

Students may transfer in up to 42 credit hours from AAS business programs as well as any core curriculum credits and they must complete at least 36 upper division credits.

Students in the BAS program take business courses covering all of the disciplines: Management, Marketing, Law, Statistics, Communications, and Information Systems. Required business courses for the BAS are listed below.

  • BUS 3003 Principles of Management
  • BUS 3013 Business Law & Ethics
  • BUS 3113 Principles of Marketing
  • BUS 3163 Business Communication
  • BUS 3183 International Business (GP)
  • BUS 3273 Human Resource Management
  • BUS 3513 Professional Presentation Strategies
  • BUS 3533 Management Information Systems
  • BUS 4223 Human Behavior in Business Administration
  • BUS 4253 Financial Planning
  • BUS 4343 Principles of Business Leadership
  • Any upper division business elective, 3 credit hours

Students admitted to the BAS in business wishing to change majors will need to re-apply to TWU. Technical credit will be removed from the transcript in such cases.

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences

TWU’s Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree in Business provides a seamless transition from an AAS to a bachelors’ degree and the knowledge needed to start or manage a business or to advance in the world of business.

Finance and Leadership certificate programs

TWU School of Management certificate programs in Finance and Leadership refine students understanding of each discipline with coursework necessary to best prepare them for the job market, or greater understanding of topic.

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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