Apr 21, 2021  
2017 - 2019 UTPB Undergraduate Catalog 
2017 - 2019 UTPB Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management, BBA

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The primary goal of the Management program is to give students an understanding of the nature and capabilities of people working in organizations. Faculty and business leaders believe an understanding of management theory and research provides the foundation for effective application and practice in the business environment. This foundation prepares students for careers in management such as administrators, executives, human resource managers, management consultants or entrepreneurs.

Students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) in Management degree receive a broadly based general business education. Broad preparation assists graduates in preparing to meet the diverse challenges of personal as well as professional life.

Degree Requirements

The minimum total credits required for a BBA in Management is 120.

General Education Requirements (42 sch)

Communication (6 sch)

Mathematics (3 or 4 sch)

Choose one.  Two mathematics courses are required, the second math is in the general business core. 

Life and Physical Sciences (6 sch)

Science class must also include the lab.  Lab credit is found in the Component Area Option.

Political Science (U.S., State of Texas and Local Government) (6 sch)

* UNIV courses are open to students in the Honors Program only.

Social and Behavioral Science (3 sch)

Choose one.

Component Area (3 sch)

Computer Use

MNGT 3333 , includes further development of these skills and application in a business context in preparation for their use in other upper division business courses.

Social Science (3 sch)

Management majors must complete both PSYC 1301  and SOCI 1301 .  Choose one that was not used in the General Education Requirement.

Business Courses (21 or 22 sch)

Lower Level

Business Common Core Courses (24 sch)

Upper Level

All candidates for BBA degrees must complete a basic business administration core of 24 credits. The basic business administration core provides students with a common body of knowledge in business administration. Students’ programs include the following courses:

NOTE: Major area courses of study designated as 3xxx/4xxx level courses at U. T. Permian Basin are to be taken by junior or senior students at a four year institution. These may not be transferred from a junior/community college even though courses taken may have a similar title. ECON 3322  is the required advanced Economics course for Finance majors.

Major Courses (21 sch)

Environmental Option

Choose 1

Management Electives

  • 9 hours MNGT electives

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