Woody L. Hunt College of Business
Corporate academies provide enhanced and exclusive development opportunities for students
Specializations available in general management, human resources or entrepreneurship
The Woody L. Hunt College of Business is accredited by AACSB, a designation held by less than 5% of business colleges
Edgar Felix capitalized on professional development opportunities in UTEP's Enterprise Resource Planning Academy and the Employer-Led Professional Development Institute. These experiences helped prepare him to transition from student to human capital management cloud analyst at computer software company Oracle.
Management graduates learn to manage business operations from a single business unit to an entire organization. Many enter the workforce as assistant managers and team leaders in organizations across many industries. Graduates of the entrepreneurship concentration either start their own businesses or work as part of an entrepreneurial team in a larger company. Graduates of the Human Resources Management concentration work in private, public and nonprofit sectors.
UTEP offers grants and scholarships that may cover your entire tuition.
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