What is a Dual Degree?

UIW dual degree programs allow students the opportunity to receive two degrees; one from UIW and one from a UIW Sister School. Through application and interview, students are selected to complete at least one academic year abroad to complete the Sister School's program. After successfully completing the Sister School's program, students return to UIW to complete their UIW degree plan. Upon graduation from UIW, dual degree program students receive their degrees.

To start your application for a dual degree program, please email the following documents to UIW's Study Abroad and Exchange Coordinator, Brooke Paynter, paynter@uiwtx.edu

  • Unofficial UIW transcript showing an overall GPA of 3.0+
  • Two letters of recommendation from UIW faculty or staff (PDF)
  • Copy of passport or proof of purchase (if passport is in process)

Within the email please state the program for which you are requesting to apply, your full name, and your UIW student ID.

Programs

Degrees Earned Upon Completion

Upon completion of this dual degree program, UIW students will be entitled to receive the International Business BBA and SRH University Heidelberg's BA in International Business degree, provided that they have passed all assessments at SRH as required to obtain the degree. 

See this program's degree checklist

Eligibility

Qualified students may apply and interview to be selected for this program. Applicants are expected to have and maintain a 3.0 GPA or above at time of application.

Applicants Accepted Per Year

The target number of students exchanged in the program shall initially be three (3) per academic year. SRH guarantees the admission of eligible incoming students under the program. After the end of the study period at SRH, the UIW students return to UIW in order to complete their studies.

UIW Required Courses to Complete Before Starting the Program at SRH

UIW Required Courses to Complete Before Starting the Program at SRH
UIW Course TItle UIW Course Code SRH Course Title
Composition I and II ENG 1311 and 1312 Writing Skills
Principles of Marketing I BMKT 3331 Marketing
Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2311 and 2312 Introduction to Accounting
Business Law BLAW 3317 International Business Law
Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2301 Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2302 Microeconomics
Principles of Financial Management BFIN 3321 Corporate Finance
Business Statistics BMGT 3370 Statistics
Introductions to Information Systems MIS 2325 for MIS Management Information Systems
Principles of Accounting I and II ACCT 2311 and 2312 International Accounting
2/3 Business courses not from above Study Abroad

More information to come.

Due to the updated requirements for the MBA degree program, a total of 30 hours of graduate coursework is required. Effective Fall 2021, a maximum of six (6) credit hours can be transferred from SRH Heidelberg to the MBA program at UIW.  

UIW-SRH MBA Articulation Agreement Course Plan

The articulation table below details the updated courses that may be transferred from SRH.  A maximum of six (6) hours can be transferred from SRH Heidelberg to the MBA program at UIW:

UIW-SRH MBA Articulation Agreement Course Plan
Course SRH ECTS Credits Course UIW Credit Hours
HR and Organization Management 4 BMGT 6311-
Managing People and Organizations
3
Crisis Management 4
International Marketing 4 BMKT 6311-
Marketing Management
3
Sales Management 4
Accounting 4 ACCT 6311-
Managerial Accounting
3
Controlling 4
Qual. and Quant. Research 6 BMGT 6340-
Business Research and Quantitative Methods 
3
Project Management 2
Total ECTS 32 Total Credit Hours UIW 12

Once students successfully complete their first year in SRH, students are required to take the following courses (24 credit hours) during fall and spring to complete their MBA program in San Antonio, TX (students may request additional time to complete the program while adhering to the same terms and conditions set forth on this addendum I):

Fall
Course Number Course Name
BMGT 6340 Business Research and Quantitative Analysis
BMGT 6301 MBA Cornerstone
BFIN 6320 Financial Management
ELECTIVE I Optional Course I
Spring
Course Number Course Name
ECON 6311 Managerial Economics
ELECTIVE II Optional Course II
TBD TBD – Advisor will assign course according to degree
TBD TBD – Advisor will assign course according to degree

*With prior arrangements and advising students may select a Finance or Marketing concentration.