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Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Introduction                                                                                                           MBA Brochure

COB PinThe MBA program at West Texas A&M University offers a variety of options for students seeking a professional business degree from a program with AACSB accreditation.  Students in the MBA program have the option to concentrate in management, marketing, health care administration, and computer information systems (students interested in an accounting concentration should consider the MPA program while those interested in an economics or finance concentration are encouraged to consider the MSFE program).  The MBA program at West Texas A&M University has been recognized with distinction by The Financial Engineer as the only regional program in the Southwest to earn a top 150 ranking.  At a ranking of #140 overall, the West Texas A&M University MBA program is the highest rated regional university in the Southwest. This places the program in the top two percent overall.  Earlier this year, the online MBA program at West Texas A&M University was ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the #27 program overall and the second highest rated regional university in the West.  The program was also recognized as a 2012 - 2013 rising star by FindyourMBA, and GetEducated.com's ranking as a Best Buy MBA program. 

Consideration may be provided for excellence in previous academic program, GMAT performance, career progression in industry and/or in military service.

The 31-49 credit hour MBA program is designed for completion within a two-year period, although the program can be completed in as soon as one year for some students.  Courses are offered on campus, in Amarillo (primarily at night) and online.  Students are able to take every course required for graduation in the online, campus or Amarillo environments.  In addition, students have the option of combining online courses with traditional campus or Amarillo courses to meet degree requirements. 

For more information about the MBA program please refer to MBA frequently asked questions.

The Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) is also available completely online.


Full Admission Requirements

1. Undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 or higher
2. While all applicants are encouraged to take the GMAT exam, those with an UG GPA of 3.0 or higher may request to have this requirement waived by completing a GMAT Score Waiver Request Form and emailing it to Catherine Lee (crlee@wtamu.edu). Alternately, you may submit an Electronic GMAT Score Waiver Request Form.
3. Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions
4. Three letters of recommendation are required. At least one letter must be a professional recommendation. The College of Business Recommendation Letter Form is available for downloading. An Electronic Recommendation Letter is also available.
5. Resume showing career progress*
6. Statement of goals for pursuing a graduate business degree*
7. Proficiency in foundation business courses

*To be emailed to Ms. Catherine Lee, Office of Graduate Business Programs (crlee@wtamu.edu)

Provisional Acceptance Requirements

1. Undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher but less than 3.0
2. GMAT score comparable to that of students who are currently successful in the program
3. Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions
4. Three letters of recommendation (at least one letter must be a professional recommendation)*
5. Resume showing career progress*
6. Statement of goals for pursuing a graduate business degree*
7. Proficiency in foundation business courses

*To be e-mailed to Ms. Catherine Lee, Office of Graduate Business Programs (crlee@wtamu.edu)

Provisional acceptance to a graduate program in the College of Business can consist of multiple steps, dependent on each applicant’s overall background as described above.

Step One

Consistent with historic Graduate School admission policy, basic provisional acceptance may be granted when both of the following conditions are met:

  • At least a 2.5 undergraduate GPA and
  • At least 25th percentile in one or more categories of the GMAT.
Students not qualifying for basic provisional acceptance will be denied acceptance and may consult with the dean of the Graduate School for assistance on future admission possibilities.

Step Two

Consistent with requirements established for provisional acceptance to a graduate program in the College of Business, the Graduate Business Admissions Committee will review all student materials as listed above, in addition to any initial graduate work completed, and determine requirements needed to maintain provisional acceptance (e.g., repeat the GMAT to earn a score comparable to that of students who are currently successful in the program or provide clarification with respect to professional goals). It is expected that students who have provisional acceptance will earn grades of B or higher in all courses.

Step Three

The Graduate Business Admissions Committee will review materials for all students in Step Two of provisional acceptance at the end of each fall and spring semester and at the end of the second summer session. Depending on student performance as described in Step Two above, the Graduate Business Admissions Committee may recommend the student be moved to full admission in their elected graduate program in the College of Business. Recommendations for students not meeting the requirements for full admission will be considered on an individual student performance basis and can include recommendation to end provisional acceptance and encourage the student to consult with the dean of the Graduate School for assistance on other program admission possibilities outside the College of Business.

Graduate School Application Materials

A complete Graduate School application packet includes the Graduate application, official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions, GMAT scores (as required), and a non-refundable graduate application fee. The complete application packet must be received by the Graduate School by application deadlines to ensure consideration for the semester selected. Application deadlines are August 1 (Fall), December 1 (Spring), and May 1 (Summer).

An administrative “hold” preventing the applicant from enrolling in subsequent semesters is placed on the student’s file if the student has not completed the admission procedure before the end of the first semester of graduate course work.

NOTE: Students must be admitted before being eligible for federal financial aid. Programs may require additional documents for admission.

College of Business Application Materials

Applicants for the MBA program in the College of Business are requested to provide the office of graduate business programs with a copy of their career resume, a statement describing their career goals and how earning a MBA degree will help them achieve those goals, and three letters of recommendation.

Upon approval by the College of Business Graduate Business Admissions Committee, a student with provisional acceptance may enroll in a maximum of 12 – 18 semester credit hours of graduate courses selected with the student and the MBA advisor for the office of graduate business programs. The graduate business admissions committee will consider students for full admission to a graduate program in the College of Business based on their review of the student’s undergraduate GPA and:

  • earning grades of B and above on graduate level work completed as a provisionally accepted graduate student in the College of Business,
  • submitting a GMAT score that is comparable to successful students in the MBA program,
  • providing three letters of recommendation (at least one letter must be a professional recommendation),
  • providing a resume showing career progress,
  • providing a statement of goals and objectives and how attainment of an MBA degree will
    enhance their ability to reach their career goals.
The Graduate Business Admissions Committee will review progress of students with provisional acceptance at the end of each fall and spring semester and at the end of the second summer session.

M.B.A. Requirements (31 to 49 graduate hours)

M.B.A. Foundation Courses (0 to 9 graduate hours)

  • Students with an undergraduate degree in business administration or a closely related field and a grade point average of 2.8 or higher may not be required to take foundation courses. 
  • Students with an undergraduate degree outside of business administration or an undergraduate degree in business administration with a grade point average below 2.8 are required to take 9 semester hours from the following: ACCT 6300, ECON 6300, CIDM 6300, MGT 6300, MKT 6300, FIN 6300, and BUSI 6300.  The explicit nine semester hours are determined by the associate dean.  In addition, the associate dean may select more than 9 semester hours of foundation courses in special cases where student academic background in business administration, grade point average or work experience are limited.

M.B.A. Core Courses (28 graduate hours)

Courses for Emphasis Areas (3 to 9 graduate hours)

  • MBA-General Business*—three to nine semester hours of graduate business electives.
  • MBA—Computer Information Systems— nine semester hours of graduate CIDM courses.
    Beginning with the 2015 Spring semester, to join the MBA program with an emphasis in CIS, the person needs an undergraduate degree in CIS, MIS, CS, or technology related area of concentration or at least two years of work experience in the technology field.
  • MBA—Management*—nine semester hours of graduate management courses.
  • MBA—Marketing*—nine semester hours of graduate marketing courses.
  • MBA—Healthcare Management Emphasis— nine graduate hours from BUSI 5370, MGT 6370, MKT 6370, ECON 6370, FIN 6370, CIDM 6375/MGT 6375.
    Beginning with the 2015 Spring semester, to join the MBA program with an emphasis in healthcare applicants need at least two years of work experience in the healthcare field or a closely related equivalent.
     
*An elective course may be any graduate-level course in the College of Business (except 6300 leveling courses) or, with approval from the associate dean, elective graduate courses may be taken outside the College of Business.

Course descriptions for graduate-level courses in the College of Business can be accessed from the West Texas A&M University Graduate Catalog.


Learning Objectives for the MBA Program

Goal 1: Professional Communication:

Objectives:
1.1 Professional Writing: Demonstrate capacity to employ written presentation channels to effectively communicate with different levels of personnel and meet organizational goals.
1.2 Oral Communication: Demonstrate capacity to employ oral presentation channels to effectively communicate with different levels of personnel and meet organizational goals.

Goal 2: Leadership:

Objectives:
2.1 Capacity to Lead: Demonstrate understanding of the leadership skills necessary to foster team effectiveness for making decisions.
2.2 Goal Setting: Demonstrate capacity to establish and evaluate organizational goals.

Goal 3: Business Environment:

Objectives:
3.1 Business Ethics: Demonstrate capacity to recognize and evaluate ethical dimensions of business decisions and the effects on stakeholders.
3.2 Global Business Environment: Demonstrate knowledge of the issues involved in conducting business in a diverse, global environment.

Goal 4: Business Integration:

Objectives:
4.1 Decision Making: Demonstrate capacity to integrate quantitative and qualitative techniques from functional business areas to analyze business alternatives.
4.2 Strategic Planning: Demonstrate capacity to formulate strategies that are feasible, understandable, and foster long-term sustainability within the context of achieving organizational goals and social responsibilities.

MBA Learning Goals, Objectives, and Rubrics


Contact Information

For information, contact:

Dr. Jonathan Shaffer, director of graduate business programs at 806-651-2489 or email jshaffer@wtamu.edu

Dr. LaVelle Mills, associate dean of graduate business programs at 806-651-3866 or email lmills@wtamu.edu.


Registration for the Winter Intersession and the 2015 Spring semester will begin November 1, 2014 for currently registered students and November 24, 2014 for new students.


Graduate Level Online Course Offering Winter Intersession 2015: (*= MBA Core Course)

1. ACCT 5331*40 - (Taxation of Business Entities) Dr. Pulliam; Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri., 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM, CC221
Class meets Dec. 15 - 19; Dec. 22; Jan. 7 - 9.

2. CIDM 6390*85 (Enterprise Project Management) Dr. Shao
Online - Dec. 09, 2014 - Jan. 09, 2015

3. *ECON 6306*85 (Seminar in Advanced Macroeconomic Theory) Dr. Pjesky
Online - Dec. 09, 2014 - Jan. 09, 2015

4. FIN 6300*85 (Managerial Finance) Dr. Wang
Online - Dec. 09, 2014 - Jan. 09, 2015

5. *MGT 6390*85 (Enterprise Project Mangement) Dr. Shao
Online - Dec. 09, 2014 - Jan. 09, 2015
 


Graduate Level Course Offerings Spring 2015: (* = MBA Core Course)

1. ACCT 5311*01 (Federal Tax Accounting II) Dr. Pulliam; Tues., 4:00 – 6:20 p.m., CC 221
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/12/2015

2. ACCT 6300*70 (Financial Accounting) Dr. Friske
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

3. *ACCT 6305*70 (Accounting for Decision Making) Dr. Burnett
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

4. ACCT 6309*01 (Seminar in Tax Research) Dr. Pulliam; Mon., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 201
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

5. ACCT 6320*01 (Seminar in Professional Accounting) Team Taught; Thurs., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 201 
 Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

6. ACCT 6321*01 (Ethics in Accounting) Dr. Sanders; Wed, 6:30 – 9:30  p.m., CC 217
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

7. BUSI 5370*71 (Healthcare Law) Dr. Patterson
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

8. *BUSI 6105*01 (MBA Portfolio) Drs. De’Armond; Patterson; and Dr. Shaffer; Tues., 4:00 - 6:20 p.m. CC 206
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015; Does not require a formal campus meeting. Optional course meetings may be scheduled as needed per instructors.

9. CIDM 5331*01 (Production and Operations Management) Dr. Shao; Tues/Thurs, 11:00 - 12:15 p.m., CC 201
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/14/2015

10. CIDM 5331*70 (Production and Operations Management) Dr. Shao;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/14/2015

11. *CIDM 6305*70 (Quantitative Analysis in Business) Dr. Kelley;
Online
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

12. *CIDM 6305*71 (Quantitative Analysis in Business) Dr.Kelley;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

13. *CIDM 6310*01 (Information Technology Management) Dr. Abdullat; Tues. 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 205
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

14. CIDM 6355*70 (Data Mining Methods) Dr. Fan;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

15. CIDM 6390*70 (Enterprise Project Management) Dr. Shao
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

16. ECON 5301*01 (Industrial Organizational Regulations) Dr. Strachan; Tues./Thurs., 1:30 - 2:45 p.m., CC 224
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/14/2015

17. *ECON 6306*61 (Seminar in Advanced Macroeconomic Theory) Dr. Pjesky; Wed., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 225
ITV and Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

18. *ECON 6306*62 (Seminar in Advanced Macroeconomic Theory) Dr. Pjesky; Wed., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., Amarillo Center 1107
ITV and Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

19. *ECON 6306-70 (Seminar in Advanced Macroeconomic Theory) Dr. Pjesky;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

20. ECON 6312*70 (Seminar in Money and Banking) Dr. Mattson;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

21. ECON 6370*70 (Economics of Health and Medical Care) Dr. Meredith;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

22. ECON 6392*01 (Special Topics) Mondays only; 9:00 - 10:50 a.m., CC 206; Dr. Terry;
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

23. FIN 5321*01 (Portfolio Management) Dr. Macy; Tues/Thurs, 11:00 – 12:15 a.m., CC 217
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/14/2015

24. FIN 5321*02 (Portfolio Management) Dr. Macy ; Tues., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 206
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/12/2015

25. FIN 5326*01 (Financial Management) Dr. Owens; Mon/Wed, 8:00 - 9:15 a.m., CC 224
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/13/2015

26. FIN 6300*01 (Managerial Finance) Dr. Wang; Tues., 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. (Leveling Credit Only), CC 217
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

27. FIN 6300*70 (Managerial Finance) Dr. Wang; (Leveling Credit Only);
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

28. *FIN 6320*01 (Seminar in Finance) Dr. Owens; Mon., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 219
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

29. *FIN 6320*70 (Seminar in Finance) Dr. Owens;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

30. FIN 6350*70 (Seminar in Financial Planning) Dr. De'Armond
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

31. *MGT 6318*01 (Strategic Management) Dr. Cooley; Thurs., 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., CC 206
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

32. *MGT 6334*01 (Seminar in Organizational Behavior) Dr. Li; Tues., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 225
Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

33. *MGT 6334*70 (Seminar in Organizational Behavior) Dr. McCauley
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

34. *MGT 6334*71 (Seminar in Organizational Behavior) Dr. McCauley
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

35. *MGT 6338*70 (Cultural Intelligence) Dr. Mills;
Online -class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

36. *MGT 6345*70 (Seminar in Leadership) Dr. Shaffer; 
Online  - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

37. *MGT 6345*71 (Seminar in Leadership) Dr. Shaffer;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

38. *MGT 6390*70 (Enterprise Project Management) Dr. Shao
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

39. MKT 5342*01 (Principles of Advertising) Dr. Cao; Tues/Thurs, 9:30 - 10:45 a.m., CC 219
- class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 05/14/2015

40. MKT 5344*71 (Retail Marketing) Dr. Kilic;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

41. *MKT 6319*61 (Seminar in International Business and Marketing Strategy) Dr. Anwar; Thurs., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CC 225
ITV and Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

42. *MKT 6319*62 (Seminar in International Business and Marketing Strategy) Dr. Anwar; Thurs., 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., AMA 1107
ITV and Hybrid - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

43. *MKT 6352*70 (Seminar in Evolutionary Marketing) Dr. Gerlich;
Online - class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015

44. *MKT 6352*70 (Seminar in Evolutionary Marketing) Dr. Gerlich;
Online class begins 01/20/2015 and ends 04/26/2015


Graduate Level Course Offerings Summer 1 2014: (* = MBA Core Course)

Accounting

ACCT 5332-01 (Advanced Accounting) Dr. Pulliam. Mon. and Wed. evenings, 6:30 – 10:05 p.m.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/07/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

ACCT 6305-70* (Accounting for Decision Making) Dr. Burnett.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

General Business

BUSI 6105-70* (MBA Portfolio) Dr. De'Armond.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Computer Information and Decision Management

 CIDM 6305-01* (Quantitative Analysis in Business) Dr. Jafar. Tues. and Thurs. evenings, 6:30 - 10:05 p.m.
Class begins 06/03/2014 and ends 07/08/2014.

Economics

ECON 6305-70* (Seminar in Advanced Microeconomic Theory) Dr. Rosa.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Finance

FIN 6320-70* (Seminar in Finance) Dr. Owens.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 6350-70 (Seminar in Financial Planning) Dr. De'Armond.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/08/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Management

MGT 5311-70 (Business Ethics) Dr. Brock-Baskin.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MGT 6350-70 (Current Trends in Management: Compensation Administration) Dr. Jonathan Shaffer.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Marketing

MKT 5342-01 (Principles of Advertising) Dr. Browning. Mon. and Wed. evenings, 6:30 - 10:05 p.m.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/07/2014.

MKT 5346-70 (Sales Management) Dr. Kilic.
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MKT 6352-70* (Seminar in Evolutionary Marketing) Dr. Gerlich;
Class begins 06/02/2014 and ends 07/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.


Graduate Level Course Offerings Summer 2 2014: (*= MBA Core Course)

Accounting

ACCT 5334-01 (Fundamentals of Petroleum Accounting) Dr. Friske. Mon. and Wed. evenings, 6:30 – 10:05 p.m.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/13/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

Computer Information and Decision Management

CIDM 6310-70* (Information Technology Management) Dr. Abdullat.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

CIDM 6375-70 (Planning for IT in Health Care) Dr. Humpherys.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE; SAME AS MGT 6375.

CIDM 6390-70* (Project Management for the Enterprise) Dr. Shao.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE; SAME AS MGT 6390.

Economics

ECON 6341-70* (Seminar in International Economics and Economic Development) Dr. Pjesky.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Finance

FIN 5323-01 (International Finance) STAFF. Tues. and Thurs. evenings, 6:30 - 10:05 p.m.
Class begins 07/10/2014 and ends 08/14/2014.

FIN 6322-70 (Security Analysis) Dr. A. Terry.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Management

MGT 6375-70 (Planning for IT in Health Care) Dr. Humpherys.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE; SAME AS CIDM 6375.

MGT 6390-70* (Project Management for the Enterprise) Dr. Shao.
Class begins 07/09/2014 and ends 08/14/2014. ONLINE COURSE; SAME AS CIDM 6390.


Graduate Level Course Offerings Fall 2014: (*= MBA Core Course)

 Accounting

ACCT 5391-01 (Governmental and Non-profit Accounting) A. Upshaw. Mon. evenings 6:30 – 9:10 p.m.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/08/2014

ACCT 6300-70 (Accounting leveling course; cannot be counted as elective or core course) Dr. Friske.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

ACCT 6300-70 (Accounting leveling course; cannot be counted as elective or core course) Dr. Friske.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

ACCT 6305-01* (Accounting for Decision Making) Dr. Burnett. Mon. evenings 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. HYBRID COURSE

ACCT 6305-70* (Accounting for Decision Making) Dr. Burnett.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

ACCT 6306-01* (Seminar in Accounting Theory) Dr. Friske. Wed. evenings 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/27/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

ACCT 6310-70 (Seminar in Auditing) Dr. Friske.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

ACCT 6321-01* (Ethics in Accounting) Dr. Sanders. Thurs. evenings 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/28/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

General Business

BUSI 6105-70* (MBA Portfolio) Dr. De'Armond.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Computer Information and Decision Management

CIDM 5331-01 (Production and Operations Management) Dr. Shao; Mon. and Wed. 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/10/2014.

CIDM 5331-70 (Production and Operations Management) Dr. Shao.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

CIDM 5360-01 (Object Oriented Analysis and Design) Dr. Jafar. Mon. evenings 6:30 – 9:10 p.m.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/08/2014.

CIDM 6305-01* (Quantitative Analysis in Business) Dr. Landrum. Thurs. evenings 6:30 – 9:10 p.m.
Class begins 08/28/2014 and ends 11/25/2014.

CIDM 6310-70* (Information Technology Management) Dr. Abdullat.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE

CIDM 6325-70 (Electronic Commerce and Web Development) Dr. Babb
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE
 

Economics

ECON 5355-71 (Environmental and Natural Resource Economics) Dr. Rosa.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

ECON 6305-61* (Advanced Microeconomic Theory) Dr. Meredith. Wed. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/27/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ITV COURSE: Canyon Campus.

ECON 6305-62* (Advanced Microeconomic Theory) Dr. Meredith. Wed. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/27/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ITV COURSE: Amarillo Campus.

ECON 6305-70* (Advanced Microeconomic Theory) Dr. Rosa.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Finance

FIN 5311-01 (Corporate Governance and Ethics) Dr. Owens. Tues. and Thurs. 8:00 - 9:15 a.m.
Class begins 08/26/2014 and ends 12/11/2014.

FIN 5311-70 (Corporate Governance and Ethics) Dr. Owens.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 5320-01 (Investments) Dr. A. Terry. Tues. Thurs. 9:30 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.
Class begins 08/26/2014 and ends 12/11/2014.

FIN 5320-70 (Investments) Dr. A. Terry.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 5350-70 (Sales Management of Financial Services) Dr. De'Armond. Tues.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 6320-70* (Seminar in Finance) Dr. Owens.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 6323-70 (Multinational Finance) Dr. Wang.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

FIN 6370-70* (Financial Management of Health Care) Dr. A. Terry.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

Management

MGT 5311-70 (Business Ethics) Dr. Sanders
Class begins 08/28/2014 and ends 12/11/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MGT 5333-01 (Diversity and Cross-Cultural Management) Dr. Li. Thurs. 6:30 – 9:10 p.m.
Class begins 08/28/2014 and ends 12/11/2014.

MGT 6320-01 (Entrepreneurship) Dr. Cooley. Wed. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/27/2014 and ends 11/25/2014.

MGT 6330-70* (Seminar in International Management) Dr. Anwar
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MGT 6334-70* (Seminar in Organizational Behavior) STAFF.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MGT 6334-71* (Seminar in Organizational Behavior) STAFF.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MGT 6338-01* (Cultural Intelligence) Dr. Mills. Tues. 3:00 – 4:50 p.m.
Class begins 08/26/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

MGT 6338-70* (Cultural Intelligence) Dr. Mills.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

 

Marketing

MKT 5340-01 (International Marketing) Dr. Anwar. Mon. 6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 12/08/2014.

MKT 6340-01* (Seminar in Marketing) Dr. Anwar. Tues. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Class begins 08/26/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. HYBRID COURSE.

MKT 6340-70* (Seminar in Marketing) Dr. Gerlich.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.

MKT 6340-71* (Seminar in Marketing) Dr. Gerlich.
Class begins 08/25/2014 and ends 11/25/2014. ONLINE COURSE.


 

 

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