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Graduate Programs

Develop lifelong business and personal connections in one of our comprehensive and rigorous graduate programs. You will be prepared to take on more challenging responsibilities and leadership roles in your organization while achieving your career goals.

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Online Programs

Our online programs are taught by the same, highly-qualified professors and you learn the same content as campus students, with the convenience of remote course access. Instructional Technology support staff are available to help you navigate the online course platform.

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Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Business Administration students gain in-depth knowledge in their chosen concentration area, applicable to any industry. The BBA Conference gives you the opportunity to apply strategies learned in the curriculum to actual real-life business situations.

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Study Abroad

This UHV faculty led program is a unique opportunity to build leadership and management capabilities, to become more competitive in the dynamic international business environment and integrates lectures from Chinese and American academicians and business executives.

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"My MBA equipped me with the skill set necessary to meet challenges.  I had to learn very quickly, but within a few months of being in the role, I was able to succeed."
Nafis Bhuiyan, 2010 Strategic MBA
Teri Moten
"The decision not to go into the family business and instead forge my own path."
Teri Moten, 1996 MBA