Click on the department names below or scroll down to learn more about the faculty and staff of the H-E-B School of Business and Administration. Contact information such as email addresses, phone numbers and office numbers can be found below.
Office: GB 137
In Accounting and Auditing, we record, present and interpret the results of business transactions. Our degree plans, based on core competencies identified by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, are designed to prepare you with the qualifications to sit for the CPA exam and enter the realm of professional accounting.
Business Law is the study of legal decisions that affect the relationships of government and individuals with businesses, as well as how businesses function effectively with each other. Certain legal standards are common to most business situations. By learning how the law works in everyday practice, business practitioners are able to comply with legal requirements, identify available legal remedies, assist in the defense of legal penalties, and avoid litigation.
Economics is the social science concerned with making optimal choices under conditions of scarcity. Economists derive policy not only in business, but also in politics, health, law education, religion, and many other fields. The Economics concentrations are an excellent preparation both for numerous non-academic careers and for graduate studies in various disciplines.
The Finance concentration introduces students to the science of fund management in its three different areas: business, personal and public. This degree gives its students a professional and deep knowledge of financial key concepts such as time value of money, capital budgeting, asset valuation, personal financial planning, and risk and return.
The Master of Health Administration degree at UIW is a 21-month, 45-hour program designed for those seeking early career positions within the healthcare industry. Built upon a foundation of 24 competencies critical to the managerial success of healthcare administration professionals, the Master of Health Administration degree will provide students with a health systems perspective built upon an understanding of health and disease, as well as the economic and social factors that influence the industry.
Phone: (210) 832-5626
Office: AGO 104
The international business concentration is designed to prepare students with the skills necessary for international trade positions in business, governmental or other organizations involved in global trade. International Business courses are designed to provide a broad analysis of business opportunities abroad, as well as political climates, trade barriers, government incentives, and trade practices. The curriculum emphasizes the changing world of global business.
Phone: (210) 930-8010
Office: AGO 102
Phone: (210) 805-5884
Office: GB 137
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.
Phone: (210) 805-5825
Office: GB 218
The Marketing program is designed for students who plan to assume managerial responsibilities in the broad field of marketing disciplines, such as advertising, brand management, consumer behavior, marketing management, market research, not-for-profit marketing, retailing, sales, and services marketing.
Phone: (210) 829-3179
Office: GB 222
Phone: (210) 832-2141
Office: GB 203
Phone: (210) 930-8766
Office: AGO 103
Phone: (210) 805-2537
Office: AGO 102
Management Information Systems is designed to develop individuals who have an understanding of both business fundamentals and technology. The concentration focuses on developing globally and socially aware leaders who have sound analytical, problem-solving and communication skills. The faculty provides a balance between theory and practice, and students are encouraged to participate in internships to develop practical experience in the field.
Phone: (210) 805-2538
Office: AGO 107
Phone: (210) 829-3177
Office: AGO 112
The Professional Golf Management Program (PGM) is designed to prepare graduates to successfully integrate their education and training into the challenging environment of the professional golf management industry. As the successful management of golf facilities becomes increasingly demanding, it is imperative these professionals have a greater understanding of the business of golf.
The Sport Management field is directed toward developing an advanced knowledge base in the business aspects of the social institution of sport. The program develops the individual’s intellect, knowledge and analytical skills in this area as the students learn a variety of business principles and applications of those principles in the context of the sport industry.
Phone: (210) 829-2795