Bachelor's of Business Administration
BE PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER.
Texas Tech University's Rawls College of Business advances knowledge through high-quality
research, strong relationships with students, and engagement with community partners.
The business management curriculum focuses on learning the interpersonal systems and
strategic skills necessary to build and manage an effective team. Your first two years
as a management major will introduce you to the business world and teach you about
different aspects of a company. During your third and fourth years, you will dive
deep into management, including mastering soft skills like inclusive leadership, critical
thinking, and global communication.
Below you can find a link to the TTU course catalogue. The sequence in which courses are offered and the availability of specific electives may be slightly different on the Costa Rica campus.
Your bachelor's degree in business management means you bring a broad knowledge of business, (including finance, economics, marketing, and business communications) to your organization, as well as practical interpersonal skills. You will have both general and specific skills required across all industries:
ENTREPRENEURAs a founder of your own business, you will oversee operations, marketing, finance, hiring, and other elements of a successful organization.
FAMILY BUSINESS MANAGERAn established business must constantly innovate. To manage a family business (whether successful or struggling), you will need to monitor your competitors, listen to your customers, and drive your organization toward the goals you establish.
As the post-pandemic world continues to change, TTU-CR's business program is the perfect tool to help me tackle the problems of tomorrow. It has helped me develop entrepreneurial skills in order to test launch my ideas and strengthen my project management capabilities. Texas Tech's world class professors and its compelling program makes me feel excited about the things to come. As a business student, the possibilities are endless.”