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Texas consistently ranks at the top of the list when it comes to business, whether you’re reading Forbes, Fortune or CNBC. In fact, the state is home to businesses large and small.
There are more than 50 Fortune 500 and at least 40 Fortune 1000 corporate headquarters across Texas. It is home to AT&T, ExxonMobil, Kimberly-Clark and McKesson as well as privately-held companies like Ben E. Keith, H-E-B and Hunt Oil. Texas also encourages small business success with 2.7 million small businesses employing 4.7 million people.
Universities across the state offer excellent business programs for students, whether the interest is in an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree. And that’s a good thing, considering that Texas continues to add jobs. In 2018, one in seven jobs created in the United States was created in Texas. Like they say, everything in Texas is big. That holds true for business too.
Business Office Systems and Support
Whether you have little computer experience or are an experienced professional, there's a place for you in Business Office Systems and Support.
With the Business Administration program, you'll have what it takes to begin or advance your career. You can also build a skill set to start your own business.
Business Additional Programs Include: Accounting, International Business and Trade, Logistics, Supply Chain, Manufacturing Technology, Management, Mortgage Banking, and Real EstateMore
Our Security Trading and Research (STAR) Lab offers students a simulated trading floor to gain experience in the fast-paced world of securities and research.
Many of our graduates complete requirements for becoming a CPA. Our candidate success ranks 21 of 81 universities whose students took the Texas CPA exam.
Business Additional Programs Include: Agribusiness, Economics, General Business, Management, Management Information Systems, MarketingMore
Prepare for a career in management, consulting, analytics, financial planning, marketing or sales with the fundamentals to work in today’s global environment.
Supply Chain Management
Learn skills that directly lead to a company’s increased profitability like inventory management, logistics, quality, purchasing, and transportation.
Business Additional Programs Include: Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, Sports Management, EntrepreneurshipMore
Acquire a foundation for an accounting career or graduate school. Establish industry connections with guest speakers, company tours, internships and networking.
Students learn to harness the power of big data and use it for problem-solving and decision making. Graduates are prepared to work as highly valued data analysts.
Business Additional Programs Include: Agribusiness, Business Administration, Finance, General Business, Management, MarketingMore
Prepare for a wide range of career options in business from accounting and management to marketing and statistics.
Work with local businesses to build and implement marketing plans to prepare for positions in product development, market research, management, social media and brand building.
Business Additional Programs Include: Accounting, Finance and Human Resource ManagementMore
Trains students to collect and interpret big data through quantitative analysis in order to predict, evaluate and make informed business decisions.
Focuses on core areas of business finance, including corporate responsibility, financing, research and analysis, and prepares students in disciplines such as budgeting, forecasting and investing.
Business Additional Programs Include: Accounting, Finance, Hospitality, Logistics & Supply, Management, and Human ResourcesMore
Offers technical accounting knowledge in taxation and professional accounting that lead to enriching careers in private, public and nonprofit sectors.
Information Systems and Operations Management
Information systems emphasizes development and management of information technologies to improve business processes and support business strategies. Operations Management focuses on business operations and supply chain networks, and how to create business value by improving the global supply chain.
Business Additional Programs Include: Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Health Care Administration, and MarketingMore