You are not limited to a specific industry or functional area. After graduating, you will have the freedom to pursue careers in a variety of fields.
As a student in the General Business Concentration, you will learn how the firm operates as a whole to achieve its strategic initiatives. You will be able to see the big picture of business, a perspective many employers value.
The other concentrations allow you to take a deeper dive into specific functional areas. You will graduate with transferable skills and knowledge that you can apply to a variety of business or industry areas.Explore the Bachelor’s in Business Adminstration curriculum.
Leaders across industries recognize the importance of focusing on acquiring talent. As a consequence, the human resource management profession is growing fast.
Gain knowledge of the multiple functional areas of a business, including international business, construction, consulting, entertainment, finance and manufacturing, to name a few. Employers recognize the value of hiring graduates who understand business from many perspectives.
Our graduates pursue an area of business that they are most interested in. Then, they train and develop with their employers based on the nuances of each particular business.
The Bachelor’s in Business Administration program fosters networking and interaction with alumni and corporate partners. We host events with companies that partner with and maintain corporate ties to the Jindal School.See how you can make relationship in the business community.
I earned my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. One of the greatest opportunities that I encountered at UTD was having the ability to travel to Dubai with my International Business class!
During the summer, Polze, who is a senior lecturer on the accounting faculty, sent out several emails offering advice to incoming freshmen like me, as well as helping us prepare for his class.
During my junior and senior year, I led a student intern team of up to 25 students who would help with different areas of the business, learn valuable skills and help me increase the capacity and reach of Smiles Bakery.
Connect to a plethora of resources, organizations and major areas of study across the Naveen Jindal School of Management.
As a student, you can take courses across a wide range of disciplines. Also, you can attend lectures and conferences, and take part in research opportunities that are not limited to a single major. The BS in Business Administration program will help you leverage a wide array of resources and opportunities across the Jindal School and UT Dallas.
The program also offers many courses and opportunities related to management and leadership. You will develop a keen understanding of yourself, including your personality and strengths. You will explore your leadership style and how your personality, skills and knowledge contribute to a business. This begins with the professional development course series and culminates with the senior project course. You can apply the knowledge you gained across a variety of courses to a specific business challenge.
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program also houses a certified mentoring program. You will further develop skills to mentor, an essential leadership skill.Get to know how peer mentoring can help you grow.
Also, the program has an active advisory board, which reflects strong relationships we have developed with several big and small businesses across the DFW area. Through this effort, we organize tours of different companies.
These close interactions allow students to network with senior leaders of each company and to gain an insider’s perspective and understanding.Meet our professional advisory board.
Operations Planning and Analysis Summer Intern, H-E-B
A university’s business college is only as great as its professors, students, staff and alumni community. Fortunately, as a student pursuing my BS in Business Administration degree with a concentration in business economics, I’ve had the opportunity to learn from knowledgeable and experienced professors who have brought academic theory into the real global-world of business.
During my freshman year at The University of Texas at Dallas, I found the BSBA program to be integral to my success. Not only did I learn a lot about the business world and what I have to look forward to in my career path, but I also learned a lot about myself. Through various self-evaluations and the opportunity to listen to professors from several departments of the business school, I discovered where my interests in the field of business lie and what I can do to improve myself to reach my professional goals.
Frederick, who earned a BS/Business Administration degree at Jindal School, with a concentration in management information systems, is a residential Realtor.
Software Engineer, USAA
Each day, I strive to use best practices, creating beautiful and accessible experiences for our internal and member-facing systems.
GE, Commercial Leadership Program
Mindy Tiu, now living in Stamford, Conn, fully embraced her time at UT Dallas by taking part in a broad range of campus activities.
Principal, Cypress Growth Capital
Thapar, a Dallas resident, was born and grew up just a few miles from the UT Dallas campus in Richardson.
I came to UT Dallas in the early ‘80s when the campus was young. I loved the flexibility of night classes as I was working full-time at an advertising agency.
Vice President, Commercial Divisionwingert Real Estate Company
Saadia Sheikh is passionate about real estate. Just a few years after graduating from the Jindal School, her passion for the industry translated into a thriving career. She serves as vice president at a large real estate brokerage firm in Dallas. While a student, Sheikh sought advice from her professors regarding her professional development and her interest in real estate. Today she continues to seek their feedback, as her Jindal School education remains relevant in her real estate career and the business world.
Managing Director, Central Zone Surety Practice, Leadermarsh USA
Phil Neighorn has more than 16 years of experience as an insurance professional and balances his time between working for Marsh USA, a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, and mentoring Jindal School students. He is committed to helping both audiences develop business strategies to successfully reach goals. Whether he is assisting an international client or providing advice to a promising student, he regularly shares his extensive industry knowledge. He also routinely uses the skills he developed while earning his undergraduate degree and an MBA from the Jindal School.
Co-Founder and COO, Freshbenies
Heidi Rasmussen, a former retail executive, and her husband, Reid Rasmussen, a former health insurance company manager, knew health benefits were complicated for employers and their workers.
Senior Security Analyst, Verizon Wireless
In his role with Verizon, Kientz performs risk assessment of information security vulnerabilities and system security policy compliance.
Connie, Caitlin and Brad Perdue
For the Perdue family, attending the Jindal School is a family tradition that stands out among many others. Parents Brad and Connie met while graduate students in the 1980s, and many years later, daughter Caitlin received her undergraduate degree as well.
Founder, Shamak Associate, Gerson Lehrman Group
Farhad Rizvi had a vision of combining commerce and philanthropy into one business strategy. Along with his older brother, Hammad, he created Shamak Sandals, a company that sells leather sandals handcrafted in the Middle East. But Shamak Sandals reaches beyond shoe sales.
Founding Partner, Shifflett & Philips
Philips, and his friend Nick Shifflett, started Shifflett & Philips accounting firm in 2014 in Frisco. Philips, a CPA, had worked at other accountancies for more than nine years before going out on his own. His practice now primarily focuses on the performance of federal and state tax compliance and consulting with individuals, estates, partnerships and closely held corporations. Philips holds two Jindal School degrees – a bachelor’s in Business Administration, which he completed in 2005, and an MS/Accounting which he completed in 2009.
Principal Interior Designer, Schlosser Design Group, LLC
The highlight of my current career has been recognition by my peers as an award-winning interior designer.
Founder,CEO and Brewer, Firewheel Brewing Co., LLC
This Naveen Jindal School of Management grad took the opportunity of getting laid off to pursue a dream of starting what is now known as FireWheel Brewery in Rowlett.
Financial Advisor, Northwestern Mutual
Hoang, who graduated cum laude with a Business Administration degree, says her degree gave her the knowledge, resources and connections to help people with their financial planning needs. “It helped me build character, business acumen and find the passion for what I do now,” she says. She says she is proud her work will impact families and businesses now “and last … on into the following generations.” She was recently selected as one of 60 representatives nationwide to attend a special fast-track program for young advisers in Milwaukee. While there, she took part in the challenge course.
Giulia Ippolito Lane and Robert Lane
When Rob entered UT Dallas, he already held an undergraduate degree from University of Southern California. He eventually earned four additional degrees at UT Dallas.
U.S. Financial Services Partner, New York Metro Deals Leaderpricewaterhousecoopers
Gary Tillett’s notable career spans three decades and includes roles in several divisions within the same “big four” accounting firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers. Tillett currently serves as the New York Metro Deals Leader and is a partner in the U.S. Financial Services sector at PwC. In this dual role, he leads a practice of more than 400 deals professionals and serves some of PwC’s largest corporate and private-equity clients with investments in the financial services sector. Tillett attributes his success to his commitment to the delivery of quality client service and his desire to maintain a comprehensive lifestyle, which has included active community service within his career and personal life since an early stage.
SVP and Deputy General Counsel, Caliber Home Loans, Inc
After Meyers received her BSBA and MBA at UT Dallas, she went to University of Illinois College of Law, graduating in 2009 with a law degree. She returned to the North Texas area, working for a couple law firms before moving to Caliber Home Loans.
Founder And President, Reclaimed Textiles Co.
Scott Birnbaum, a former CPA, founded a business that recycles items otherwise destined for the garbage heap. He established Reclaimed Textiles Co. (RTCM), which repurposes discarded textiles for new use. As president, he is active in all aspects of the company and constantly relies on skills learned while a student at the Jindal School. In addition to his 18 years in textile recycling, he has experience in defense manufacturing, transportation and publishing. Scott established RTCM based on his values regarding quality, innovation and customer focus, and he is committed to developing new means to repurpose used goods in the U.S. and in developing countries.
Exec Vice President And Manager, Energy Banking Comerica Bank
Fuqua completed his BS/Business Administration degree with a finance concentration at UT Dallas when undergrads had been on the UTD campus a mere four years.
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