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Management

H-E-B School of Business and Administration

Overview
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.

Career Opportunities
Operations Manager
Corporate Trainer
Employment Manager
Entrepreneurship
Business Executive
Business Analyst
Human Resources
Labor Relations
Administration

The management concentration is designed for students who aspire to positions in business firms, governmental units, community agencies, or executive level positions in small organizations.  The career opportunities listed above are just samples of possible career paths for students who successfully complete the BBA with a management concentration.

Enhancing the Academic Experience
Study Abroad Programs:  Europe – Asia – South America – and many more
International Experience Opportunities (short term)
Networking with business owners and corporate executives
Internships and other work experiences
Organizations:  Delta Mu Delta Honor Society -- Business Club
Business Plan Competition

Curriculum

45 Hours BBA Core

ACCT 2311: Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2312: Principles of Accounting II
MIS 2321: Intro to Information Systems
MIS 2325: Personal Productivity Applications
ECON 2301: Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 2302: Principles of Microeconomics
BMGT 3370: Analytical Decision Making I
BMGT 3371: Analytical Decision Making II
BINT 3331: International Business Mgmt.
BLAW 3317: Business Law I
BMKT 3331: Principles of Marketing
BMGT 3340: Mgmt Theory & Practice
BFIN 3321: Principles of Financial Mgmt.
BMGT 4380: Integrative Business Analysis/Decision Making I
BMGT 4381: Integrative Business Analysis/Decision Making II

Management Concentration

9 hrs. of the following required courses:

BMGT 3354: Human Resource Management
BMGT 4340: Management Skills
BMGT 4355: Organizational Behavior & Leadership

9 hrs. selected from the following:

BMGT 4345: Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management
BMGT 4346: Systems & Quality Management
BMGT 4351: Seminar in Business & Society
BMGT 4356: Fundamentals of Org. Change & Dev.
BMGT 4363: Electronic Business Strategy, Architecture & Design

Learning Outcomes

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

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Angelina Kiser
Management Coordinator
University of the Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway
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 Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4500, Web site: www.sacscoc.org.


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