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Bachelor of Science in Global

Business
In today’s globalized economy, executives frequently deal Key features include:
with issues that extend beyond managing domestic operations. • Training in international business environments and
The bachelor’s degree in global business at the UT Dallas financial markets, cross-cultural communication and
School of Management allows students to focus on the global negotiation, international human resource management,
dimensions of business, learning skills required of global formulating and implementing global strategy, as well as
managers. This includes understanding the cultural, political marketing on a global basis
and regulatory environments that shape international business • Specializing in a foreign language offered by UT Dallas
and trade. This degree is an excellent choice for students who or other institutions
plan to pursue graduate studies in fields such as law and • Preparing students for careers in multinational
international relations. corporations, consultancy firms, or internationally
oriented organizations that operate on a global basis
Careers in Global Business • Participating in a semester-long foreign study or a short-
The bachelor’s degree in global business prepares students for term foreign study trip
positions in business, government and international not-for- • Offering MA and PhD degrees in international
profit agencies. Graduates often start their careers in the management studies as a continuation of the bachelor’s
domestic operations of an organization. Overseas assignments degree
may come after a few years, although such foreign postings
may arise earlier if the graduate possesses special skills, such Living Learning Community
as a second language and foreign study experience. The School of Management Living Learning Community is a
special opportunity for incoming freshmen interested in
Licensed counselors provide students with strategies for pursuing a business degree. These select students live together
mastering job interviews, writing professional cover letters in on-campus housing, attend classes together and participate
and resumes and connecting with campus recruiters, among as a group in social activities. For information, contact
other services. School of Management students are Marilyn Kaplan at mkaplan@utdallas.edu.
encouraged to hold internships. The school’s fully staffed
Career Management Center, working in tandem with the Honors Program
University’s Career Center, helps students prepare for and The Management Honors Program (MHP) gives
seek internships, as well as postgraduation employment. undergraduate students who meet academic qualifications the
opportunity to enhance their experience at the School of
Global Business at UT Dallas Management. MHP students get opportunities to improve their
A 120-hour curriculum leads to a bachelor’s degree in global leadership skills; travel and meet through regularly scheduled
business. All undergraduate degrees require a core of 27 MHP community service projects and other social events; and
hours. In the core courses, students have an opportunity to work with UT Dallas professors.
learn theories and analytical techniques that can be applied to
the functional areas of business, such as finance and Among the benefits of the program:
marketing. Students are exposed to the social and political • MHP students get to know other bright, motivated
factors that impact business behavior. Elective courses provide School of Management students in and out of class
students with in-depth knowledge of managing business and take core classes with small enrollments.
activities in a global context. • MHP students meet area business leaders in class, at
their worksites and through special tours.
A capstone course in strategic management allows students to • Ten Dean’s Excellence Scholarships of $1,000 each
solve real-world business problems. Students are also required are available each year to MHP students.
to take courses outside the School of Management in order to • MHP classes are noted on UT Dallas transcripts.
broaden their educational experience in preparation for • MHP students receive special recognition at
leadership roles as professionals and/or managers in modern graduation and on their diplomas.
business organizations.
School of Management Rankings
• The School of Management faculty ranks No. 16
The largest of the seven schools at UT Dallas, the School of nationwide and No. 17 globally in research productivity.
Management offers a full complement of programs at the • Business Week ranks the Part-Time Professional MBA
undergraduate, graduate and executive levels. The School of program as No. 1 among public universities in Texas
Management’s mission is to meet the challenges of a rapidly and No. 3 in the Southwest.
changing, technology-driven, global society by partnering • U.S. News & World Report ranks the school’s Full-Time
with the business community to: MBA program in the top 50 programs in the U.S. and
• Conduct research enhancing management knowledge No. 24 for public universities nationwide.
• Deliver high-quality management education to a • Business Week and U.S. News & World Report rank the
diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students School of Management’s undergraduate program among
and practicing executives the nation’s top 100 programs.
• Develop, innovate and continuously improve • Financial Times has ranked the school’s Executive
programs advancing management education and MBA program the top public university program in
practice Texas three years in a row.

Degrees Offered
Bachelor of Science: Accounting, business administration, Contact Information
finance, global business, management information systems,
marketing Marilyn Kaplan
Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education
Master of Science: Accounting, finance, healthcare School of Management SM42
management, information technology and management, 800 West Campbell Road
innovation and entrepreneurship, management and Richardson, TX 75080-3021
administrative sciences, supply chain management, systems Phone: 972-883-2742
engineering and management E-mail: mkaplan@utdallas.edu
Website: som.utdallas.edu
Master of Arts: International management studies
Office of Admission and Enrollment Services
Master of Business Administration: Full-time, part-time Hoblitzelle Hall HH10
professional, executive, global leadership executive, global 800 West Campbell Road
online, healthcare executive management, project management Richardson, TX 75080-3021
executive Phone: 972-883-2270 or 1-800-889-2443
E-mail: interest@utdallas.edu
Doctor of Philosophy: International management studies, Website: utdallas.edu/enroll
management sciences

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