College of Business

College of Business

Top-Tier Spotlight

The UTSA College of Business trains the next generation of managers, leaders and wealth creators and transforms business students into career-ready professionals. With more than 5,700 students, it is one of UTSA’s largest colleges. It is also the 27th largest undergraduate business program and 38th largest business school in the nation. Enhancing the College of Business is UTSA’s diverse student population. Forty-five percent of UTSA students will be the first in their families to earn a degree. Sixty-five percent are minorities.

The College of Business offers a comprehensive curriculum at the undergraduate, master’s and doctoral levels and offers unique programming in cybersecurity, data analytics, entrepreneurship, financial services, and real estate finance and development. 

The college’s cybersecurity programs were ranked No. 1 by the Ponemon Institute, and the college will launch a new online BBA in cyber security this fall. Hispanic Business and The Princeton Review each rank the UTSA M.B.A. program in the top 10 nationally. Bloomberg Businessweek ranks UTSA among the top 5 undergraduate business schools in Texas and the No. 1 Hispanic Serving Institution in the nation.

The College of Business delivers unparalleled value through educational programs that supply students with business, technical and professional skills that can be implemented immediately in the workplace. Business students are in demand and have received job offers with Big Four accounting firms, investment banks on Wall Street and with top firms such as Amazon, H-E-B, Microsoft, Rackspace, Target and USAA.

As UTSA becomes a premier research university, the UTSA College of Business is a place where opportunities live and dreams are realized. Like the business environment it supports, UTSA is meeting the growing needs of the business community and improving social and economic development, not only for students but for San Antonio, Texas and the nation.

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Accolades

One of the top 400 universities in the world
One of the top 66 public universities in the nation
One of the top five young universities in the nation
— Times Higher Education
Top 5 undergraduate business schools in Texas
No. 1 undergraduate business school Hispanic Serving Institution
— Bloomberg Businessweek
No. 1 cybersecurity program in the nation
— Hewlett-Packard / Ponemon Institute
No. 10 graduate business school in the nation for Hispanics
— Hispanic Business
Top 10 MBA program for minorities
— Princeton Review
Among an elite group of U.S. universities to earn the Carnegie Foundation's Community Engagement Classification
— Carnegie Foundation of the Advancement of Teaching
One of the “Best of the Best” U.S. universities for Hispanics, African Americans, veterans and females
— Hispanic Network Magazine

 

UTSA at a Glance

UTSA Established

1969

Enrollment

28,959

Top Quartile Freshmen

54%

Graduate Students

4,133

Countries Represented

94

Financial Aid Recipients

68%

Faculty

1,412

Research Expenditures

$56.8 million

Academics

167 degree programs

Library Print and E-resources

5,600,000+

Total Budget

$533.3 Million

Local economic impact

$1.2 billion


UTSA’s Mission

The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center for intellectual and creative resources as well as a catalyst for socioeconomic development - for Texas, the nation and the world.

UTSA’s Vision

To be a premier public research university, providing access to educational excellence and preparing citizen leaders for the global environment.

UTSA’s Core Values

We encourage an environment of dialogue and discovery, where integrity, excellence, inclusiveness, respect, collaboration and innovation are fostered.

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