Texas Tech University

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES

Bachelor's of Business Administration
MANAGEMENT

Description

Business managers are responsible for whether an organization or company reaches its goals. A degree in this field will teach you the knowledge and skills necessary to run a successful business organization. You will gain an in-depth understanding of finance, economics, marketing, communications, and even practical interpersonal skills, and be ready to lead a diverse team of individuals eager to engage the market with your products and services.

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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.

 

 

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Top Tier Research Institute

 

FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

DINO VILLEGAS

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PRACTICE,
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Marketing expert with more than 15 years of experience as a consultant working in industries such as mining, construction, education, postal services, transport, financial services and banks, retail, telecommunications, government institutions, political campaigns, non-profit organizations, among others. As an educator, Dr. Villegas has taught thousands of students, workers, and executives, and has experience in undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs. He is the Vice President of the Iberoamerican Communication Strategies Forum (FISEC), a research group that brings together academics from over 20 countries, also is the faculty advisor for the Tech Marketing Association and a proud father of two. His research interest is focused on online communities in social media, with special interest on the understanding of the cultural, interaction and symbolic elements from a brand and consumer perspective.

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