College of Business
A business degree from Texas A&M University-Texarkana provides a degree of recognized distinction in the business world. Texas A&M University-Texarkana business students have the opportunity to develop skills in communications, team work, and problem solving. These skills prepare students for their future roles leading businesses into the next millennium. The College of Business faculty are fully qualified and are eager to provide an exceptional educational experience for students. The faculty have earned various recognized honors of distinction, including Dr. Joan Brumm, who was awarded the Regent’s Professor designation in 2014. In addition, both Dr. Larry Davis and Dr. Joan Brumm have been awarded the A&M-Texarkana Alumni Association Distinguished Professor Awards in previous years.
The College of Business has a partnership with the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) to offer an MBA-Energy Leadership Track for its members and others employed in the energy industry. This track provides many with degrees in Geology, Petroleum Engineering, or a related field the additional skills to become successful in management positions in these industries.
The mission of the College of Business at Texas A&M University-Texarkana is to provide broad access to high quality undergraduate and graduate business education programs to a diverse student body. The College will also collaborate with its business community to establish and nurture mutually beneficial economic partnerships. This mission is pursued through a faculty that is committed to and is active in providing excellence in teaching, making meaningful intellectual contributions, and serving the university and community through positive impactful engagement.
- Business Administration majors may choose a concentration in:
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.