Join the undergraduate accounting program that's been ranked #1 in the nation 7 years in a row!
Texas BBA Accounting students are prepared for a wide array of professional opportunities, and are a perfect fit for positions in a variety of businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Accounting is a degree with 360 degrees of possibilities: every field from the arts to charity to sports to international business needs the insight of an accountant to make decisions and formulate strategy.
Students in the Accounting major will learn:
Accounting majors can be found working in careers like:
"I was drawn to accounting because it is at the exciting crossroads of economics, law, and all other aspects of business. Accountants tell the company's story of how they used their tools (like marketing, product costs, financing methods, employee benefits, etc.) during the past year. It's kind of like making a recipe for success."
-Ally Newman, BBA '13
The Business Honors Program (BHP) is modeled after case-based MBA programs. BHP offers students a close-knit community, small class sizes, close interaction with McCombs faculty, and a challenging, accelerated curriculum. Robust programming and dedicated advisors provide students with personalized attention and unique opportunities.
BHP gives you a strong foundation in business and encourages you to excel in any area you choose. Choose to follow a traditional business path by majoring in areas such as finance or marketing, or major in disciplines outside of business such as premed, economics, Spanish, or Plan II.
"Along with top-tier business education, the BHP provides students with an incredible community where they can create friendships which will last a lifetime."
-Neal Makkar, BBA/BHP '15
The Texas BBA Finance major is ranked #5 in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Finance focuses on how money moves from one place to another, and what that movement means for individuals and organizations world-wide. Graduates from the Texas BBA Finance program are highly sought by energy companies, real estate firms, small businesses, and many others.
Finance students will learn:
Finance majors often pursue careers like:
"Finance is a high caliber degree that provides you with a robust foundation for success in any sector. McCombs provides specific tracks such as energy and real estate finance, as well as the Financial Analyst Program which trains you for whatever field you're passionate about."
-Bekah Tayer, BBA '13
The Integrated Masters in Professional Accounting (iMPA) is a five year undergraduate/graduate program that allows McCombs students to graduate with both a Bachelor in Business Administration and a Master in Professional Accounting. Application to the program is made at the end of the sophomore year. The Texas MPA program is one of the leading graduate accounting programs in the nation. It has been ranked #1 by U.S. News & World Report and the Public Accounting Report for many years.
Students in the iMPA program will learn:
"I love the challenging nature of the coursework in the MPA program. Most classes are based around cases, which allows students to apply their academic knowledge to real-world simulations. In turn, MPA students are significantly more prepared in regards to performance at internships."
-Anchor Ebanks, MPA '16
The International Business (IB) program is ideal for students with a strong sense of adventure and a passion for learning about other cultures. You will gain a solid business education and an excellent understanding on how business organizations operate in an international environment.
An International Business degree offers you:
Graduates of the Texas BBA International Business program work as:
The Texas BBA Management major is ranked #6 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. This major offers you a great deal of flexibility; graduates of the McCombs Management program will have skills and training that apply to all manners of business. With two tracks--the General Management track and the Consulting and Change Management track--the Texas BBA management major provides a perfect jumping block for a variety of career and education pursuits.
Management students learn how to:
Management majors can be found working in careers like:
The Management Information Systems (MIS) major focuses on technology’s role in all aspects of business. If you are comfortable in fast-paced, tech-heavy environment, you may be particularly well-suited to the growing fields MIS will prepare you for.
The Texas BBA MIS major is ranked #4 in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
MIS students learn:
MIS majors can be found working in careers like:
"I love and chose Management Information Systems because of the vast amount of diverse opportunities it provides academically and professionally. The coursework for MIS does a great job of fostering not only analytic and critical thinking, but also creative as well. There is rarely just one correct answer to business problems; many may be correct, but which one is the most correct? This is what makes the curriculum difficult, but more importantly dynamic and extremely engaging."
-Dillon Mathers, BBA ‘15
The Texas BBA in Marketing, ranked #3 by U.S. News & World Report, prepares you to succeed in fast-paced marketing environments. Marketing students are on the cutting edge of the business world. Texas BBAs who enter the Marketing major are learning how all the data gathered about individuals and consumers in general is changing how goods and services are presented to the public.
Marketing students learn:
Marketing majors move on to careers like:
The Science and Technology Management (STM) major focuses on taking new innovations from the idea stage to the marketplace. It is one of the only undergraduate programs of its kind and is best suited to students who are tech-savvy and excellent communicators.
STM students learn how to manage effectively in highly technical business environments. They take business classes at McCombs and engineering classes at the Cockrell School of Engineering
Students in the STM program will learn:
STM graduates go on to careers like:
Students in the Supply Chain Management major get a close-up look at how data analysis and streamlining systems operations create value for an organization. If you enjoy developing strategies and solving problems through research and analytics, SCM may be a great fit.
The Texas BBA Supply Chain Management program is ranked #4 in the nation by Garnter, Inc.
Supply Chain Management students learn:
Graduates from the SCM program get careers in:
"When an average consumer orders something from, say, Amazon, the consumer knows it will arrive at their doorstep in two days, but often does not think about how. The 'how' is supply chain management. I love my major because it revolves around problem solving and provides me with the tools and understanding necessary in order to help organizations create a cost effective and efficient business structure. It's a great feeling being a part of the 'how.'"
-Ruby Arora, BBA '15
For more information about Texas BBA Majors, talk to a Student Recruiter.