West Texas A&M University - College of Business

Introduction

A business education prepares students to be successful in a variety of career paths. Employment at a Fortune 500 firm, managing your own business, seeking opportunities in international business, continuing your education with a professional degree, and leadership in government enterprises are just a few of the potential options awaiting business graduates. In fact, there are many WT business alumni who have found success in all of the aforementioned career paths. As a College, and as a University, our role is to offer you opportunities to grow as a person and as a leader. The College of Business at West Texas A&M University offers several undergraduate and graduate degree options including accounting, economics, finance, information systems, marketing, management, international business, entrepreneurship and health-care management. The College of Business can help you reach your goals, whether you are exploring degree options as a first-time freshman, transfer student, continuing student or working professional.

This is an exciting time of change and opportunity at West Texas A&M University and the College of Business. Our path for the next level of excellence includes lofty goals in external rankings, program development, student services, fund raising and alumni involvement. In order to achieve our goals we will need input and support from current students, prospective students, alumni, the business community, donors, and individuals interested in the advancement of West Texas A&M University and the College of Business

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Master

Master of Professional Accounting

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The Master of Professional Accounting can be earned in two ways. The traditional degree is a master's degree earned after completing a bachelor's degree. West Texas A&M also offers a program that integrates the undergraduate Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and the graduate Master of Professional Accounting degrees. [+]

The Master of Professional Accounting can be earned in two ways.  The traditional degree is a master's degree earned after completing a bachelor's degree.  West Texas A&M also offers a program that integrates the undergraduate Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and the graduate Master of Professional Accounting degrees. 

 

 

Traditional Master of Professional Accounting

 

Students with bachelor's degrees from accredited institutions may be admitted to the University for graduate work by following the procedure outlined for transfer students in the catalog. A student must complete all requirements for application for admission to the Graduate School before the first semester of course work toward the master's degree, including leveling courses. An administrative "Hold" will be placed on the student's registration if the student has not completed the admission procedure before the first semester of  work.  ... [-]


MSc

Master of Science in Finance and Economics

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The College of Business at West Texas A&M University offers a Master of Science in Finance and Economics (MSFE). [+]

Master of Science in Finance and Economics (MSFE) Program Introduction

 

The College of Business at West Texas A&M University offers a Master of Science in Finance and Economics (MSFE). A program like this is offered at few other schools in the United States. We are able to offer the degree at West Texas A&M University because our economics and finance programs reside in the same department. The MSFE is designed for students who want to improve their understanding of economics and finance, particularly those interested in or already working in: (1) Finance institutions and finance departments in business and government; (2) Policy-oriented and community service occupations in the private and public sectors; (3) Economic and financial consulting and advising; (4) Teaching at the high school, community college, or instructor level; (5) Preparation for law school or doctorate programs in economics or finance. The program's orientation toward application as opposed to theory enhances opportunities for graduates in a broad range of occupations and institutions. ... [-]