Its evening and Saturday classes are designed to fit the schedule of working professionals at the lowest university tuition rates in San Antonio.
S.) is to offer students with formal training in a vocational-technical studies area the opportunity to obtain a baccalaureate degree without the significant loss of credits that normally occurs in pursuing a traditional degree.
The degree is designated to afford both academic and professional depth to individuals who possess recognized competence in an occupational or technical field.
Standout features of the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Business offerings at RELLIS will include small class sizes, elite faculty qualified by ongoing scholarly and practice activities, majors in high-demand professions, summer internships with Texas employers, study abroad programs in Europe and Latin America, and student organization engagement that help develop the values of Respect, Excellence, Leadership, Loyalty, Integrity, and Selfless Service in each student.
The Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi BBA program meets the College of Business impact objectives through a commitment to Texas A&M System core values.
RELLIS values will be reflected in course offerings and student organization projects.
For example, executive lectures focusing on values-based leadership and red flags for ethical wrongdoing and courses focused on ethical principles in business and accounting will emphasize the importance of high standards for personal behavior.
The College of Business offers scholarships for current students and transfer students.
Scholarships for current students are awarded annually on a competitive basis.
Classroom projects and student organization involvement in volunteer tax preparation services, Hurricane Harvey economic recovery efforts, and entrepreneurship education in schools through Junior Achievement will become examples of how Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi business students engage with the community and further develop and strengthen personal values.
Working with local small businesses and not for profit organizations through a social entrepreneurship course, participation in a business concept competition, and capstone projects emphasizing competitive rivalry will be other hallmarks of the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi business program that will build upon RELLIS values and prepare students for successful careers in business.