Business Management

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The Business Management Course, sponsored by Halliburton, is designed to offer engineering undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to gain knowledge and skills associated with business acumen to complement their technical skills.

Students learn the principles of accounting, finance, supply chain, management and marketing. The course meetings are held at the Mays Business School Center for Executive Development and courses are taught by Mays Business School faculty. 

Benefits of the business management course include:

  • Receive approximately 80 hours of in-depth instruction in business principles
  • Acquire unique experience of applying business principles to their technical discipline, which is beneficial to themselves and employers
  • Learn valuable business principles essential to a corporate environment
  • Receive a physical certificate after completion at the end of the program (this program/course will not appear on the student's transcript)

Student Testimonials

Finance – “Finance is what piqued my interest the most and when I eventually get my MBA I plan on emphasizing finance courses and electives.

Management Principles – “Definitely one of the most valuable sessions in the program. The case work we did was very applicable and helped cement the concepts.

Management Communications – “This was one of the greatest lectures I have had in a while. I surely think this lecture should be longer because people skills and communication are as important as all the business/engineering knowledge.

Marketing Principles – “Marketing is definitely a great class for engineer students. Engineers can build stuff, but not selling them.

Eligibility

Current fulltime Texas A&M engineering students with junior, senior or graduate level classification are eligible to apply for the Business Management Course for engineering students. Class attendance is mandatory and non-negotiable. You must attend every session to complete the program. Failure to comply with proper class etiquette and attendance policy could result in removal from the program. Applications must be submitted by the application deadline.

Cost

Through the generous support of Halliburton, the program is offered to students at the reduced price of $600 per student with a maximum enrollment of 70 students. Space is limited, therefore we encourage students to apply early.

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2018 Dates

Tentative 2018 BMC dates: May 14 - 31, 2018 

Application

The applications will open December 11, 2017.

For more information

Ms. Magda Lagoudas
Executive Director for Industry Partnerships
Email:  m-lagoudas@tamu.edu