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From The Blogs

From The Blogs

The Business Honors Program
09/30/2014 08:46 AM Student Profile: Rachel Gosch After spending the summer before her junior year conducting research, BHP senior, Rachel Gosch, was...
09/29/2014 08:31 AM Walmart International CFO, Brett Biggs, Visits BHP Sophomores Students in the sophomore lyceum course were visited by Brett Biggs, executive vice president and...
09/17/2014 08:55 AM Internship Spotlight: Rachel Solomon – The Neiman Marcus Group BHP Senior, Rachel Solomon, has always wanted to work in high-end retail and when the opportunity...

Texas Business Honors Program

Texas Business Honors Program

The Business Honors Program (BHP) offers a curriculum modeled after case-based MBA programs. It challenges students to think outside of the box. Small class sizes of 30 to 40 students allow for increased focus on discussion, presentation, group collaboration and analytic exercises.

BHP is more than just a top-rate education, it's a community. Special programming coordinated by the BHP and the Honors Business Association (HBA) provide opportunities for students from all graduating classes to form strong, lasting relationships with one another. Dedicated academic and career advisors and peer mentors help give our students the support they need to complete their degree plans, and ultimately land the job of their dreams. The program's strength is in its innovative academic programming, vast university resources and low cost. The BHP is arguably the best value undergraduate business program in the world. We encourage you to read our current student profiles to learn more about our students.

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