BBA Management Concentration

BBA Management Concentration

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management at the H-E-B School of Business and Administration advances global and social awareness in students preparing them for career success in managing people, processes, projects and technology. Students gain a deeper understanding of both managerial theory and practice from faculty with national and international business experience.


Why Management?

The management concentration is designed for students who aspire to positions in business-related organizations, governmental units, nonprofit/community agencies, or to become small business owners. Some career opportunities include office manager, corporate trainer, entrepreneur, executive trainee, business analyst, retail manager, and human resources coordinator.

Management Curriculum

The BBA in Management is a 120-hour program that teaches students to think critically when analyzing business situations. Management students develop skills in leadership, communication and team building.

The Management BBA concentration offers a rich curriculum that includes courses spanning the scope of the management profession. Below is a sample of courses within the Management curriculum.

  • BMGT 3354: Human Resource Management
  • BMGT 4340: Management Skills
  • BMGT 4355: Organizational Behavior and Leadership
  • BMGT 4390: Business Ethics
  • BMGT 3319: Management Internship
  • BMGT 3380: Business Communication
  • BMGT 4315: Retirement Planning and Benefits
  • BMGT 4346: Systems and Quality Management
  • BMGT 4351: Seminar in Business and Society

Careers in Management

Professionals with an BBA in Management have a wide variety of career paths, and in any number of industries, from which to choose. With the management theory and practical skills learned through the HEBSBA’s management program, graduates can pursue professional positions that help shape organizations, establish critical policies and procedures, and oversee operations.


Admissions Criteria

Find out more about requirements, standards and processes to begin your journey as a student in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration.

Undergraduate Admissions Requirements


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.

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