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UIW BBA | Bachelor of Business Administration

BBA | Bachelor of Business Administration | Management

Management Degree at UIW

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The Management concentration is designed to advance global and social awareness in students as we prepare them for future career success in managing people, processes, projects and technology in both large and small businesses. A balance between theory and practice is provided by faculty who have a variety of both national and international business experiences. 


Curriculum – Management

To fulfill requirements for award of a BBA in Management, a student must complete each of the following:

A. 45 semester hours of Core Business Classes. Click here to view core business classes.

B. 12 semester hours required below:

Department Course Number Course Name
BMGT 3354 Human Resource Management
BMGT 4340 Management Skills
BMGT 4355 Organizational Behavior
BMGT 4390 Business Ethics

C. 9 semester hours selected from:

Department Course Number Course Name
BMGT 4345 Entrepreneurship/ Small Business Mgt.
BMGT 4346 Systems & Quality Management
BMGT 4351 Seminar in Business & Society
BMGT 4356 Fundamentals of Org. Change & Development
BMGT 4363 Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture & Design
BMGT 3380 Business Communication
BMGT 3319 Management Internship
BMGT 4315 Retirement Planning & Benefits
BMGT 4370 Project Management
BMGT 4373 Operations Management
BMGT 4399 Special Topics

 

Click here for the Management 4-Year Degree Plan


 

Minor in Management

To fulfill the requirements for the Minor in Management, students must complete 18 semester hours.

A. 12 semester hours as follows:

Department Course Number Course Name
BMGT 3340 Management Theory & Practice
BMGT 3354 Human Resource Management
BMGT 4355 Organizational Behavior
BMGT 4390 Business Ethics

B. 6 semester hours selected from the following:

Department Course Number Course Name
ACCT 2301 Accounting for Non-Business Majors
MIS 2321 Introduction to Information Systems
BMGT 3380 Business Communication
BMGT 4340 Management Skills
BMGT 4315 Retirement Planning & Benefits
BMGT 4351 Seminar in Business & Society
BMGT 4356 Fundamentals of Org. Change & Development
BMGT 4363 Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture & Design
BMGT 4370 Project Management
BMGT 4373 Operations Management
BMGT 4399 Special Topics

 


Learning Outcomes

  1. Use critical thinking skills to analyze business situations.
  2. Apply the learning experience to real world situations.
  3. Become more globally and socially aware.
  4. Develop skills in leadership, communication, and team building.
  5. Understand functional areas of business and key concepts, theories, and practices critical to the field of management.
  6. Understand information technology and its role in organizations.
  7. Appreciate diversity in workplace settings and comprehend its impact on the business environment.
  8. Become knowledgeable about individual and group dynamics within organizations.
  9. Be able to analyze and understand various leadership theories.
  10. Develop the ability to analyze specific work settings in order to best apply the four functions of management: planning, leading, organizing, and controlling.
 

Enhancing the Academic Experience

The international business program encourages students to take advantage of the many on-campus student organizations and study abroad opportunities offered through the school of business. Joining an on-campus organization like the Business Club, allows business students to meet one another, seek leadership positions, and network with experienced business faculty and community leaders.

Participation in the Business Club and Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society is strongly encouraged. Through these organizations, students ply their skills while working on organization sponsored projects and events that are designed for the purpose of helping those less fortunate in the local community.

Networking with the local business community is possible through these student organizations, by attending the Mexican American Business Institute (MABI), the Free Trade Alliance, World Affairs Council, and Chamber of Commerce events, key supporters of the HEBSBA Business Plan Competition. With over 90 sister schools, UIW provides students an eclectic array of options for doing study abroad. Students have had enriching study abroad experiences in a number of exciting countries including, China, Korea, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the U.K., Korea, and Greece. View study abroad opportunities.


 

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For more information, please contact:

Dr. Angelina Kiser
Coordinator | Management Program
University of the Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway, CPO 27
San Antonio, Texas 78209
210-829-3176
akiser@uiwtx.edu

 

Business programs in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration are accredited by The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. The University of the Incarnate Word is accredited by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4500, Web site: www.sacscoc.org.