College of Business, Engineering, and Technology

A degree from the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology at Texas A&M University-Texarkana provides a degree of recognized distinction.  Texas  A&M University- Texarkana business, engineering, and other technology oriented professional students have the opportunity to develop skills in critical thinking, leadership, communications, team work, and problem solving.  These skills prepare students for their future roles, leading businesses and technology into the next millennium. The College of Business, Engineering, and Technology faculty are fully qualified and are eager to provide an exceptional educational experience for students. 

The College of Business, Engineering, and Technology has partnerships with various local, regional, national and international professional groups  which guides curriculum development allowing the College to offer top quality level educational programs. This College offers many degrees building skills to become successful technical leaders and managers in professional positions in a wide range of various industries.

Vision Statement

Texas A&M –Texarkana College of Business, Engineering, and Technology will be the preferred choice institution for students and prospective employers, known for academic excellence, student success and community leadership.  We will not only prepare students for their chosen careers but also develop their capacities for community involvement and leadership.

Bachelors degrees

Majors must choose a concentration in:

Majors must choose a concentration in:


A minor requires a minimum of 18 SCH in a discipline, with the exception of the interdisciplinary-studies minor that requires hours from more than one discipline.


BUSI 2301Business Law3
ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics3
GBUS 456
MGT 395Principles of Management3
MIS 360Essentials of Management Information Systems3
MKT 363Marketing3
Total Hours18

Computer Science

COSC 1315Introduction to Computer Science3
CS 310Analysis of Algorithms3
CS 332C++ Programming3
CS 367Software Engineering3
CS 410Operating Systems3
Upper Division Computer Science Elective 300-400 level 3
Total Hours18

Electrical Engineering

EE 2305Electric Circuits I3
or ENGR 2305 Electric Circuits I
EE 321Digital Logic3
EE 322Digital Logic Laboratory1
EE 325Signals and Systems3
EE 326Signals and Systems Lab1
Choose 2 Lecture Courses plus 1 Lab from the list below:7
Fundamentals of Power Systems
Electric Power and Machinery Lab
Information Theory
Electric Circuits II (EL)
Circuit Laboratory
Electronics I
Electronics Laboratory
Computer Architecture
Basic Communication Theory
Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory
Probability and Random Processes
Control Systems
Embedded Systems
Embedded Systems Lab
Electronics II
Wireless Communications
Power Systems Analysis and Control
Total Hours18

Management Information Systems

MIS 302Enterprise Resource Planning3
MIS 310Mobile Application Development3
MIS 360Essentials of Management Information Systems3
MIS 361Database Systems and Design3
MIS 362Systems Analysis and Design3
MIS 450Principles of Management Information Security3
Total Hours for Minor18


MATH 2414Calculus II4
MATH 2415Calculus III4
Complete 2 courses from the following:6
Discrete Mathematics
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
Complete 2 courses (6sch) from any MATH 300 or 400 level6
Total Hours20

Supply Chain Management

SCM 304Principles of Supply Chain Management (SL)3
SCM 310Strategic Sourcing3
SCM 412Transportation3
MIS 302Enterprise Resource Planning3
6sch Upper Division Business Electives6
Total Hours for Minor18

Certificate Programs:

Partnering with the Red River Army Depot, Texas A&M University-Texarkana's College of Business offers the following certificate program.  The program provides the student a "hands on" environment where topics are presented, practiced and mastered.

Mathematics Teacher Certifications