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Accounting Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accounting

Accounting prepares students for careers as professional accountants in industry, public accounting, the public sector and taxation. Accountants are trained to measure and communicate financial information to decisionmakers such as investors, business managers, creditors, regulators, government entities and others. Accounting students who intend to take the C.P.A. examination should refer to the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy for exam requirements. Students may also pursue a Five – Year (150-Hour) Professional Accounting Program or MACY to be better prepared to pass the CPA.

Post-Graduate Employment*

$59,065 The median salary from accounting graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers Train to measure and communicate financial information to decision-makers. Work in public, corporate or government.  Auditing 

Budget Analyst

Certified Public Accountant

Corporate Accountant

Comptroller/Controller

Forensic Accounting

International Accounting

“Internships help you perform at your highest level, and teach you how to work together and be the best in your field.” Sara KPMG– Audit Associate

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Accounting students Abbott Laboratories ABIP P.C. Armstrong, Vaughan & Associates, P.C. ATKG, LLP BDO BKD

Energes Oilfield Solutions, LLC Ernst & Young Halliburton HEB KPMG LLP Padgett Stratemann

PAX Financial PwC Sunoco Logistics Marathon Petroleum The Hartford Union Pacific USAA Valero Energy *Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Accounting

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Sample Major Coursework Intermediate Accounting I

Accounting Information Systems

Contemporary Issues in Accounting Practice

An in-depth study of promulgated accounting theory and concepts with an emphasis on corporate financial accounting and reporting, with a focus on U.S. GAAP, and exposure to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

A study of database management systems as they relate to the accounting function. Topics include database design and applications that focus on accounting, including the entity-relationship model, data modeling, object-oriented design, and database management.

Business Process Management and Control A study of business processes that support an organization and how they are controlled. This course contributes to the student’s understanding of how key business processes are managed, controlled and integrated in enterprise resource planning systems. SAP will be used to illustrate the concepts discussed in the class.

Cost Analysis

Principles of Auditing

A study of internal accounting information generation with an emphasis on cost accounting tools to develop, implement, and evaluate strategy; cost accounting methods to determine product cost; and cost management concepts and procedures for making business decisions.

A study of the topic of auditing oriented toward primarily the financial auditing standpoint. The course focuses on the concepts and procedures of auditing applied to the audit of financial statements in accordance with the standards established by the Auditing Standards Board or the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.

Intermediate Accounting II

Federal Income Taxation

A continuation of the in-depth study of promulgated accounting theory and concepts with an emphasis on corporate financial accounting and reporting, with a focus on U.S. GAAP, and exposure to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

A conceptual introduction to the U.S. federal income tax system. Concepts include gross income, statutory deductions, property transactions, and computation of tax liabilities.

Business Organizations and Commercial Law

A study of corporate valuation, financial statement analysis, and other advanced topics in accounting practice.

A detailed legal analysis of the Uniform Commercial Code, including sales, commercial paper, bank deposits and collections, electronic transfer funds, letters of credit, secured transactions, and creditors’ remedies.

SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

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Cyber Security Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Cyber Security

Provides a training ground for needed information assurance professionals. Students will learn to protect and defend information and information systems by ensuring their availability, integrity, authentication and confidentiality. The program has been named a Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency.

Post-Graduate Employment*

$68,533 The median salary of cyber security graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers Develop special expertise in the computer and information security arena. Learn how to protect and defend information systems by ensuring their availability, integrity, authentication and confidentiality. What is the Difference?

Cyber Security Analyst

Cyber Security Application Support Specialist

Vulnerability Assessment Analyst

Cyber Security Consultant

Cyber Security/Information Security Specialist

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Cyber Security students Accenture Federal Services Air Force Office of Special Investigations Alert Logic Booz|Allen|Hamilton Chevron Coalfire Systems Digital Defense Inc

Information systems refers to a set of interrelated hardware, software, network, and other components that people and organizations use to collect, create, process, store, and distribute information to support business decision making. Computer science focuses on technology while both information systems and cyber security cover the technology, people, and organizational aspects, resulting in more well-rounded graduates. .

FireEye Ford Motor Company General Motors National Security Agency Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Rackspace

Raytheon TATA Consultancy Services Marathon Petroleum USAA Valero Energy Visa *Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Cyber Security Sample Major Coursework Operating Systems Security This course examines the role of computer operating systems in the overall vulnerability of the network. A comparison of the more popular operating systems will be used to illustrate the concepts to the class.

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Introduction to Telecommunications for Business Includes an in-depth look at basic telecommunications terminology and concepts. Introduction to voice and data networks, signaling and multiplexing.

Information Assurance and Security

Introduction to Programming Concepts

This course provides an in-depth presentation of information assurance topics such as fraud, eavesdropping, traffic analysis, intrusion detection and prevention, hacking, viruses, and cryptography. Risk management will also be discussed.

Addresses basic elements of programming concepts and objectoriented programming principles which include control structures, arithmetic and logical operators, classes and objects, methods and class behavior, arrays, ArrayList, and a brief introduction to GUIs (graphical user interfaces) and exception handling.

Intermediate Object-Oriented Programming

Cyber Law and Legal System

An object-oriented programming course designed to reinforce introductory object-oriented principles learned in IS 2033 and focus on concepts including inheritance, polymorphism, exception handling, data structures, searching and sorting, recursion, generic collections, file processing, object serialization, regular expressions, and GUIs (graphical user interfaces).

An introductory course in laws legal issues that affect enforcement, businesses, investigators related to preservation, collection, analysis of digital data.

Network Security The course provides a foundation in networking technologies that are core to creating secure networks. Topics included in this course are basic cryptography, secure networking protocols, logical and physical security management and security devices. Digital Forensic Analysis I

and law and the and

An introductory course in collecting, examining, and preserving evidence of computer crimes. This course examines the issues, tools, and control techniques needed to successfully investigate illegal activities facilitated through the use of information technology.

Intrusion Detection and Incident Response Provides an in-depth look at intrusion detection methodologies and tools and the approaches to handling intrusions when they occur; examines the laws that address cybercrime and intellectual property issues; and includes a study of proper computer and network forensics procedures to aid in the identification and tracking of intruders and in the potential prosecution of criminal activity.

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Economics Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Economics Or Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics

Economics studies how incentives affect human behavior, markets and the modern economic world in which we live. This degree is designed with a focus on critical and analytical thinking so that students are equipped with the ability to make resource allocation decisions for businesses, organizations and policymakers in modern society. The curriculum aims to enhance students' understanding of human behavior through a combination of business, mathematics and statistics classes. Students may also pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.

Post-Graduate Employment*

$52,680 The mean salary from economic graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers How economics shapes business and the details behind specific economic contexts. 

Economist

Market Research Analyst

Education

Economic Consultant

Credit Analyst

Securities Analyst

Investment Banker

Jose KPMG- Tax Analyst in Global Mobility Services

Equity Trader

“I completed an internship in 2013 with the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. I was actually the only undergraduate at the time, which was a big deal. There were graduates interning from American universities and from London business schools. The internship helped me learn material that is extremely relevant to the work I do today.”

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Economic students AllianceBernstein

Deloitte

NuStar Energy LP

USAA

AXA Advisors

FDIC

Marathon Petroleum

Wells Fargo

City of San Antonio

Hartford Insurance

Kohl’s

KPMG *Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Economics

Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Economics of Managerial Decisions

Intermediate Macroeconomics

Managerial economic decisions in firms and related entities. Topics include demand analysis, least-cost production, profit strategy, the influence of various market structures on the firm, advanced issues in pricing, and the impact of the international sector.

Analysis of the measurement, determination, and control of aggregate economic activity such as national income, output, employment, interest rates, the price level, and exchange rates. The roles of monetary and fiscal policy and their relation to income and employment, short-term income fluctuations, and long-term growth are also explored.

Introduction to Mathematical Economics

Environmental and Resource Economics

Systematic approach to economic analysis using basic mathematical tools; treatment of optimizing behavior with applications to consumer and business firms; emphasis on understanding and application of analytical techniques. Economics of Public and Social Issues

Economic principles applied to natural resource and environmental problems; relationship of market and nonmarket forces to environmental quality and demands for natural resources; and development of tools for policy analysis.

A seminar on applying economic reasoning and models to a wide variety of public, ethical, and social issues. Uses advanced techniques in political economy.

Economic History of the United States The growth and development of the American economy from colonial times to the present; emphasis on applying a variety of economic concepts to a topical study of the economic forces that shaped the country’s history.

Introduction to Econometrics and Business Forecasting Measurement in economics and business that strives to mix the development of technique with its application to economic analysis. Major topics include the nature of economic and business data, specific forms of modeling and forecasting, and the use of microcomputer programs in econometric modeling and forecasting. Economics of Developing Countries Specific economic problems of developing countries and national groupings; basic approaches to economic development; major proposals for accelerating development; role of planning; and trade, aid, and economic integration. Sample Electives - Money and Banking - Economics of School System Reform - International Economics

SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

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Finance

Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Finance

Finance is the study of the optimal allocation of capital through the valuation

Post-Graduate Employment*

of assets, which is determined by factors such as risk and sources of financing. Subspecializations in finance include corporate finance, investments, banking, insurance, and real estate.

$53,667 The mean salary from finance graduates who reported fulltime employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers Specialize in corporate finance, investments, banking, insurance or real estate. 

Financial Analyst

Financial Planner

Investment Analyst

Portfolio Manager

Insurance & Risk Management

Loan Officer

Treasurer

Credit Analyst

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Finance students AllianceBernstein AXA Advisors, LLC Frost Bank Goldman Sachs

Hewlett-Packard Jones Lang LaSalle JPMorgan Chase Markit

“My professors helped me realize that there are many different things that I could do within finance that I didn’t realize at first.” Rebecca USAA– Investment Research Analyst

McFadden & Miller Morgan Stanley Oracle Rackspace

REMAX Retail Solutions Marathon Petroleum USAA

*Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Finance

Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Intermediate Accounting II A continuation of the in-depth study of promulgated accounting theory and concepts with an emphasis on corporate financial accounting and reporting, with a focus on U.S. GAAP, and exposure to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).

Intermediate Corporate Finance Advanced discussion of subjects essential to corporate financial management, including shortterm credit policies, capital budgeting, risk, sources of longterm funds, financial leverage, and the cost of capital.

Principles of Investment Introduction to securities markets; analysis of money market instruments, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, options, futures, and other securities; investment management in the light of tax considerations, timing, and selected portfolio needs.

Money and Banking Elements of monetary theory; relationships between money, prices, production, and employment; factors determining money supply; and operation of capital markets with reference to the United States.

Cases and Problems in Finance Integration of financial concepts and financial tools to enable strategic financial decision making in a wide variety of situations. Topics include corporate finance, investments, international finance, risk management, and other aspects of finance.

Computer Modeling of Financial Applications Provides the opportunity to develop computer modeling skills and techniques for analyzing financial situations encountered in business, including the analysis of financial statements, forecasting, capital budgeting, and principles of investment analysis of securities.

Security Analysis Advanced financial analysis; examination of statements and supplementary data of industrial, commercial, financial intermediary, and public enterprises; preparation of reports relevant to achieving an understanding of financial management policies.

Investment Portfolio Management Application of investment principles to management of investment portfolios of individuals and institutions; consideration of business cycles, investment constraints, portfolio construction, investment timing, and securities selection. Analysis of derivative securities and their use in the portfolio context.

 Corporate Finance  Investment Management

 Financial Institutions

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SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

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Information Systems Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Information Systems

Information Systems provides the foundation to apply an information resources perspective to all aspects of the organization. It applies basic information technologies in a business organization, including computer hardware and software analysis, design and telecommunications to business issues such as information flow, decision making, organizational design, strategic planning and new product development.

Post-Graduate Employment*

$75,250 The median salary of information systems graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers Provides the foundation to manage information resources in all aspects of an organization. 

Systems Analyst

Database Administrator

Network Administrator

What is the Difference?

Help Desk Technician

E–commerce Specialist

Network Engineer

Cyber security focuses on protecting information systems, both internal in an organization and external on the Internet, from being compromised.

Systems Developer

Multimedia Programmer

Computer Science focuses on technology, while both information systems and cyber security cover the technology, people, and organizational aspects, resulting in more well-rounded graduates. .

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Information Systems students Accenture Federal Services Chevron CMIT Solutions Coalfire Systems Digital Defense Inc.

Entrust Technology Futurex General Motors NXP Semiconductors Pandora

Rackspace Smartbridge Marathon Petroleum USAA Valero Energy *Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Information Systems Sample Major Coursework Database Management for Information Systems A study of database management systems (DBMS) features, functions, and architecture, including logical design, data models, normalization, object-oriented data, and database administration. A DBMS product will be used to illustrate principles. Introduction to Project Management

This introductory course presents concepts and techniques for the management of many types of projects including engineering, construction, product development, as well as science and technology projects. The course is designed to help students develop project planning skills including scope definition, scheduling, costestimating and risk assessment. The course will also provide the opportunity for students to develop skills in support of project leadership, team building and communication. Systems Analysis and Design An introduction to systems theory and development techniques. Topics include problem definition, system development life cycle, feasibility analyses, project management, system models and CASE tools.

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Application Development

Advanced Topics in Information Systems

A study of the use of information systems techniques to solve managerial problems. Includes cases where students are asked to design and implement information systems that address various classes of analytic problems. Principles of decision theory are addressed.

Survey of recent developments in information technology. Analysis will focus on applications in the business community and theoretical developments that relate to those applications. Ordinarily taken during semester of graduation.

Introduction to Telecommunications for Business Includes an in-depth look at basic telecommunications terminology and concepts. Introduction to voice and data networks, signaling and multiplexing. Network topologies and protocol fundamentals and architectures are presented and compared. Frame relay, X.25, and ATM packet technologies are introduced. Network security fundamentals are explored.

Essentials of Technology Management

Introduction to Programming Concepts

Intermediate Object-Oriented Programming

Introduction to technical analysis of financial markets. Topics include trend analysis, charting techniques, measures of market sentiment, Dow theory, and cycle theories. Security selection, trading system management, and risk management are explored.

An object-oriented programming course designed to reinforce introductory objectoriented principles learned in IS 2033 and focus on concepts including inheritance, polymorphism, exception handling, data structures, searching and sorting, recursion, generic collections, file processing, object serialization, regular expressions, and GUIs (graphical user interfaces).

This survey course provides an overview of the issues that impact technology management. All technology management subsystems are included: strategy, technology, resource, organizational, project, and people. The course is designed to help students develop the systems thinking necessary to successfully interact with the burgeoning technological world. The course will also provide the opportunity for students to develop the entrepreneurial skills important in managing the design, development, and commercialization of technological goods and services.

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Management Science Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Management Science

Provides methods and techniques that support and improve decision-making abilities. It uses computers, mathematics, and statistics to analyze, understand, visualize, and interpret data to meet organizational challenges. It seeks to provide a rational basis for decision analysis across a broad spectrum of contemporary business functions such as production/operations, marketing, finance, human resources, project management, logistics, forecasting, and supply chain management.

Actuarial Science Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Actuarial Science

This major provides the foundation for improving financial decision-making by developing models to evaluate the current financial implications of uncertain future events. Actuaries have been called financial architects and social mathematicians because of their combination of analytical and business skills, which are used to address a growing variety of financial and social challenges worldwide. Actuaries specialize in corporate finance, investments, banking, insurance or real estate.

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Logistics Manager Supply Chain Analyst Distribution Manager Job Analyst Budget Officer Quality Control Auditor  Media Planner  Trust Administrator

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Risk Management Quantitative Strategist Reinsurance Marketing Actuarial Software Developers Actuarial Analyst Operating Specialist

Post-Graduate Employment*

$84,000

The mean salary from management science and actuarial science graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Management Science students ECCA The Hartford Insurance H-E-B International Trade Center

Kelly Services National Oilwell Varco Northwestern Mutual Southwest Business Corporation

PepsiCo Target Marathon Petroleum USAA Valero Energy *Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Management Science & Actuarial Science Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Logistics Management Analyzing managerial decisions related to the movement and storage of supplies, work-in-process, and finished goods, examining the trade-offs encountered by managers: costs and service levels, level and modes of transportation used, warehousing and control of inventory levels, demand management and forecasting master production scheduling, just-in-time, materials requirements planning , MRP II, DRP, materials handling within warehouses, distribution of finished goods to customers, industrial packaging, and importance of logistics to the overall productivity of a firm is investigated.

Supply Chain Management (SCM) Principles, techniques and practices of corporate supply chain management are covered in this course. The focus is on the strategic coordination and information management that integrates supplier selection, purchasing, transportation, inventory and warehousing, channel planning and configuration, production and distribution from procurement of raw material to customer satisfaction. Business decision models and techniques for facility location, production, inventory, transportation and other operational issues are presented. Currently available software will be surveyed and cases of successful implementations will be analyzed.

Project Management This course provides a practical examination of how projects are managed from start to finish. The emphasis is on planning and control to avoid common pitfalls and manage risk. Planning includes defining objectives, identifying activities, establishing precedence relationships, making time estimates, determining project completion times, and determining resource requirements. CPM/PERT networks are established, and computer software (Microsoft Project, WINQSB, and Excel) is used to monitor and control the project.

Applied Regression Analysis An introduction to regression analysis, with emphasis on practical aspects, fitting a straight line, examination of residuals, matrix treatment of regression analysis, fitting and evaluation of general linear models, and nonlinear regression.

Time-Series Analysis Development of descriptive and predictive models for time-series phenomena. A variety of modeling approaches will be discussed: decomposition, moving averages, time-series regression, ARIMA, and forecasting errors and confidence intervals.

Probability and Statistics Axiomatic probability; random variables; discrete and continuous distributions; bivariate and multivariate distributions and their applications; mixture distributions; moments and generating functions, bivariate transformations.

Computer Modeling of Financial Applications Provides the opportunity to develop computer modeling skills and techniques for analyzing financial situations encountered in business, including the analysis of financial statements, forecasting, capital budgeting, and principles of investment analysis of securities. Financial issues involving uncertainty are examined.

Production/Operations Management This course focuses on the production and operations management function in business. It includes a review of the methods required for design, operation, and improvements of the systems that create products or services. Traditional topics in manufacturing and service operations are investigated including an introduction to supply chain management concepts.

Sample Electives - Introduction to Programming and Data Management in SAS - Business Analytics - Introduction to Risk Management

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Management Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Management

Exposes students to the leadership and administrative tasks involved in transforming complex organizations in rapidly changing environments. Management majors learn to think strategically, to develop a comprehensive view of organizations, and learn to act tactically to direct people, promote effective communication and oversee many different kinds of processes.

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Human Resource Track Human Resource Management is the study of policies and practices that emphasize the contribution of people to organizational success. Human resources is a management specialty in which students acquire expertise in hiring, training and compensating a workforce; understand the role of people in creating competitive advantage; and recognize the contribution human resource managers make to a variety of organization activities.

General Manager Contract Administrator Project Manager Management Analyst Account Manager Meeting and Convention Planner Retail Sales Insurance Underwriter

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Foreign Trade Specialist Management Analyst Export Broker Compliance Specialist Purchasing Agent Employee Benefits Manager Recruiter Labor and Employee Relations Specialist

Post-Graduate Employment*

$62,648

The median salary from Management and Human Resource Management graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Management students AmeriCorps AT&T Enterprise H-E-B International Trade Center

Macy’s National Oilwell Varco Rackspace Google State Farm

Target The Home Depot UnitedHealth Group USAA Valero Energy *Data from 2019 Exit Survey and NACE 2019 Salary Survey


Management Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Understanding People and Organizations A critical examination of behavioral theory as it relates to the management of individuals, dyads, and groups in organizations. Investigation of the organization as an open system of tasks, structures, tools, and people in states of continuous change.

Designing organizations Study of the antecedents and consequences of organizational design and structure. Emphasis on the implications for managing behavior in a rapidly changing global environment.

Leading Organizations and Making Decisions This is an advanced course focusing on traditional and contemporary perspectives on leadership. Because the leader is seen as a decision maker, individual and organizational issues surrounding effective decision making are also addressed in detail.

Managing Human Resources

Managing Teams and Avoiding Conflict This is an advanced course focused on building the skills necessary to work effectively as part of a team. Conflict resolution techniques and effective negotiation techniques are examined in detail.

International Management Topics include an introduction to international management, the role of the cultural, legal, and political environments in shaping management decision making, current developments in forming global business strategies, organizational designs, cross-cultural staffing, global communications and managerial control methodologies. Emphasis on thinking globally and competitively.

Compensating Employees Analyzing, developing, implementing, administering, and performing ongoing evaluation of a total compensation and benefits system for all employee groups consistent with organizational goals.

Sample Electives

Analysis of how organizations attract, motivate, develop, and retain employees, and how they interact with organizations representing employees. Designed to provide students with an opportunity to understand the functional areas of human resource management and the integration of these functions into an effective and efficient human resource management system. Staffing Organizations Planning, developing, implementing, administering, and performing ongoing evaluation of recruiting, hiring, orientation, and organizational exit to ensure that the workforce will meet the organization’s goals and objectives.

- Interpersonal Communication - Business Plan - Comparative International Management Practices

SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

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Marketing Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing

Marketing helps develop and supplement knowledge and skills for marketplace strategy and decision making through the perspective of both macro and micro levels of marketing. The program stresses the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively analyze, understand, evaluate, interpret, communicate and manage the complex market- directed activities of organizations.

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Sport, Event, & Tourism Management Track Provides students with background in sport, event, and tourism management with an option to specialize in any one area. Prepares students for careers in amateur athletics, facilities management, health and fitness, professional sports, sports media; marketing and management in nonprofit organizations, meeting facilities, trade associations, and corporations; destination management and marketing organizations, hospitality firms, and attractions.

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Account Representative/ Executive Market Research Analyst Customer Service Manager Marketing/Sales Manager VP of Marketing Public Relations Manager Marketing and Managing Amateur Athletics Programs

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Facilities, health, and fitness enterprises Professional sports and sports media Marketing and management in nonprofit organizations Meeting facilities, trade associations, and corporations Hospitality firms and attractions

Post-Graduate Employment*

$51,100

The mean salary from marketing and sport, event, and tourism management graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Marketing students Apple Inc.

C.H. Robinson

KC Custom Homes

Olympia Group, INC.

Spurs Sports and Entertainment

Allstate

Country Sugar Events

Kohl’s

Omni Hotels

Target

Bain, Inc.

Culinaria San Antonio

Macy’s

Rackspace

Union Pacific

CE Group

Frost and Sullivan

Nordstrom

Simon Property Group

Universal Orlando

*Data from 2019 Exit Survey


Marketing Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Marketing Research Explores the techniques of marketing research as the means to discover opportunities for investing the firm’s resources in its product offerings, including research design, sampling, data collection and analysis, and presentation of findings for marketing action.

Consumer Behavior Focus on the customer as a primary consideration in strategic marketing decisions. Analysis of personal and environmental variables in the customer’s world as the basis for market segmentation and subsequent formulation of the marketing mix.

Sport and Event Media Relations Examines the media relations function in sport organizations with a special emphasis on the relationships between journalists and sport organizations, and the role of information specialists. Media relations responsibilities include organizing and managing game/event coverage, promoting events, and developing publicity campaigns.

Event Management This course presents the event planning process from the inception of an event idea through the development stage, planning, and implementation. The model presented in this class pertains to all types of events including meetings, festivals, fairs, expos, recreation and sport events, fundraisers, etc. with a particular focus on project planning, budgeting, and marketing the event.

International Marketing An overview of concepts, processes, and strategies necessary to offer goods and services successfully in the global marketplace. Focus is on analyzing and assessing political, economic, technological, cultural, and competitive climates in global markets; defining the nature of important needs within the consumer and/or business segments of the country; the selection of countries or regions for market expansion strategies; the selection of target customers; and the design of strategies to facilitate market entry and subsequent expansion.

Destination Marketing Emphasizes a strategic approach to marketing for tourism destinations: communities, regions, attractions, and resorts. Focus is on the optimal planning, development, and positioning in the context of the overall marketing plan. Includes consideration of environmental and resource requirements, as well as tourism’s social and cultural ramifications.

Personal Selling Focuses on professional salesmanship. Fundamentals of persuasive interpersonal communication and buyer motivation are stressed as the foundation to effective selling.

Marketing Capstone The course focuses on integrating marketing functions, processes, and concepts into coherent and effective marketing decision making.

Sample Electives - Multicultural Marketing - Service Operations Management - Real Estate Marketing

SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

UTSA and College of Business Resources

Join and meet others with similar interests in these Admissions: utsa.edu/admissions Registered Business Student Organizations! Financial Aid: utsa.edu/financialaid Scholarships: utsa.edu/scholarships  American Marketing Association (AMA) Undergraduate Advising: utsa.edu/advise College of Business: business.utsa.edu/ Center for Student Professional Development: business.utsa.edu/undergraduate


Explore Business Majors at Real Estate Finance and Development (REFD) Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Real Estate Finance and Development

Designed for students interested in creating and/or managing businesses associated with

Post-Graduate Employment*

real estate and the conceptualization, financing,

$59,083

developing and construction of real estate projects. Graduates will be able to explore career opportunities in areas such as financial analysis, market analysis, mortgage banking and real estate finance, real estate development and real estate investment.

The mean salary from real estate finance and development graduates who reported full-time employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers

Focuses on the study of decision and investment analysis in the real estate industry. Prepares students to manage businesses associated with real estate and the planning, financing, development and construction of building projects.

Chandler O.

Financial Analysis

REFD major, REOC San Antonio intern

Market Analysis

Mortgage Banking and Real Estate Finance

Real Estate Development and Investment

Finance Manager

Investment Associate

“To me, success is a journey, not an over night transformation. It means staying true to the dedication, intention and values you have committed to while living with purpose. My advice to students is to be true to your word and learn from others.”

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Real Estate students AllianceBernstein AXA Advisors Goldman Sachs Jones Lang LaSalle JPMorgan Chase

Markit McFadden & Miller Morgan Stanley Rackspace REMAX

Retail Solutions USAA Wayne Dresser, a GE Energy Business WJ Interests, LLC *Data from 2019 NACE Salary Survey


Real Estate Finance and Development

Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Principles of Real Estate General introduction to the subject matter and terminology of real estate as a business and profession; federal, state, and local laws governing housing discrimination, equal credit opportunity, and community reinvestment.

Principles of Construction for Real Estate Professionals The principles of construction methods and management with application to sustainable real estate development and adaptive reuse, facility and property management, real estate brokerage and real estate lending. Topics include building code requirements, AIA forms, assembling and interpreting construction documents, construction materials and methods, LEED construction requirements, tenant improvements, construction cost estimating and project cost tracking, and construction project management.

Mortgage Banking and Real Estate Finance Planning, structure, and analysis of real estate financing from the viewpoints of both the users and suppliers of funds; examination of various techniques and legal instruments; institutional constraints and their effects on real estate lending activities; and federal, state, and local laws governing housing discrimination, equal credit opportunity, and community reinvestment.

Principles of Real Estate Investment Analysis of real estate investment alternatives; feasibility and site analysis; tax considerations; income and expense analysis; discounted cash flow analysis; profitability measurement; and forms of ownership.

Real Estate Law Legal environment of real property ownership and transfer and legal brokerage; estates in land; sales contracts; mortgage transactions; title conveyances; landlord and tenant; restrictions and zoning; eminent domain; federal, state, and local laws governing housing discrimination; and equal opportunity and community reinvestment.

Principles of Sustainable Real Estate Development The examination of the principles involved in creating value through the real estate development process. Economic, regulatory, planning, sustainability, financing, management and disposition issues are considered in the marketing and financial analysis of development prospects.

Sample Electives: Sport and Event Facility Management, Real Estate Marketing, Real Estate Appraisal SUPPORTING BUSINESS COMPETENCIES IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Open to students admitted to the College, a supporting business competency is a multidisciplinary collection of elective courses which together provide the student with an opportunity to pursue a specialized market-based skill. The following competencies are offered:  Analytics  Entrepreneurship  International Business  Leading Change  Modeling  Risk Management

UTSA and College of Business Resources

Join and meet others with similar interests in these Admissions: utsa.edu/admissions Registered Business Student Organizations! Financial Aid: utsa.edu/financialaid  Financial Management Association (FMA) Scholarships: utsa.edu/scholarships Undergraduate Advising: utsa.edu/advise College of Business: business.utsa.edu/ Center for Student Professional Development: business.utsa.edu/undergraduate


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Statistics

Bachelor of Science Degree in Statistics

This major deals with principles and procedures for obtaining and processing information in order to make decisions in the face of uncertainty. In particular, it deals with collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of numerical information to answer questions in almost every aspect of modern day life. Statistical methods are used to address complex questions common in business, government, and science. Statistical methodology points the way to collecting the best possible information and using it in the most efficient way.

Post-Graduate Employment*

$63,425 The mean salary from statistics graduates who reported fulltime employment only.

Jobs by Industry

Careers

Deals with collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of numerical information to answer questions in almost every aspect of modern day life. 

Statistician

Forecaster

“I love math, but wanted to find

Actuarial Analyst

Data Analyst

Financial Analyst

Stock Plan Analyst

Data and Technology Associate

a way to apply it to solve real world problems in a business setting. The applied statistics degree is a wonderful program for this because you learn statistics in an applied setting. You can learn real life ways to use statistics and go in depth with the mathematical theory.”

Heather Compliance Data Analyst, Frost Bank

Employers who recruit and hire UTSA Statistics students Analytic Focus Frost Bank Goldman Sachs H-E-B

IBM Lockheed Martin Northwestern Mutual Pearson

Proctor & Gamble San Antonio Water System (SAWS) Southwest Research Institute Target

Marathon Petroleum UnitedHealth Group USAA Wells Fargo

*Data from 2019 NACE Salary Survey


Statistics

Sample Major Coursework

All students seeking a degree in the College of Business must complete the business core in addition to the core curriculum. See UTSA Catalog at: catalog.utsa.edu.

Mathematical Statistics Sampling distributions and the Central Limit Theorem; order statistics; estimation including method of moments and maximum likelihood; properties of estimators; hypothesis testing including likelihood ratio tests; introduction to ANOVA and regression. Multivariate Analysis for the Life and Social Sciences

Experiments and Sampling

Applied Regression Analysis

Research techniques for collecting quantitative data: sample surveys, designed experiments, simulations, and observational studies; development of survey and experimental protocols; measuring and controlling sources of measurement error.

An introduction to regression analysis, with emphasis on practical aspects, fitting a straight line, examination of residuals, matrix treatment of regression analysis, fitting and evaluation of general linear models, and nonlinear regression.

Introduction to the Design of Experiments

Introduction to Programming and Data Management in SAS

This course emphasizes application of statistics in organizations. Topics include, but are not limited to the multivariate normal distribution, tests on means, discriminant analysis, cluster analysis, principal components, and factor analysis. Use of software packages will be emphasized.

General concepts in the design and analysis of experiments. Emphasis will be placed on both the experimental designs and analysis and tests of the validity of assumptions. Topics covered include completely randomized designs, randomized block designs, complete factorials, fractional factorials, and covariance analysis.

This course introduces essential programming concepts using SAS software, with a focus on data management and the preparation of data for statistical analysis. Topics include reading raw data, creating temporary and permanent datasets, manipulating datasets, data prompts, summarizing data, displaying data using tables, charts, and plots, and conducting basic statistical analyses.

Probability and Statistics

Data Mining

Axiomatic probability; random variables; discrete and continuous distributions; bivariate and multivariate distributions and their applications; mixture distributions; moments and generating functions, bivariate transformations.

Acquisition, organization, exploration, and interpretation of large data collections. Data cleaning, representation and dimensionality, multivariate visualization, clustering, classification, and association rule development. A variety of commercial and research software packages will be used.

Statistical Applications Using SAS software Analysis of datasets using the statistical software package SAS. Methods for analyzing continuous and categorical data will be introduced, using procedures from Base SAS, SAS/GRAPH and SAS/STAT software. Techniques for efficient programming will be stressed. Examples will be drawn from regression analysis, analysis of variance, categorical analysis, multivariate methods, simulation, and resampling.

Sample Electives: Discrete Data Analysis, Data Mining, Introduction to Stochastic Processes, Time-Series Analysis, Applied Survival Analysis

UTSA and College of Business Resources Admissions: utsa.edu/admissions Join and meet others with similar interests in these Financial Aid: utsa.edu/financialaid Registered Business Student Organizations! Scholarships: utsa.edu/scholarships  American Statistical Association Student Chapter Undergraduate Advising: utsa.edu/advise College of Business: business.utsa.edu/ Center for Student Professional Development: business.utsa.edu/undergraduate

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