Department of Management

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The Department of Management offers a robust curriculum including business communication, entrepreneurship, human resource management, international and cross-cultural management, operations management, organizational behavior, and strategy. Whether you choose a BBA in Management with an HR or Entrepreneurial Studies concentration, an MBA, or a Master’s in Human Resource Management, you will thrive in an environment focused on the four core business values of ethics, equity, excellence, and engagement. Explore real-world applications of the skills you’ll build in the classroom by taking advantage of nearly two dozen business student organizations, honors societies, internships and competitive opportunities to make connections with other business leaders of tomorrow.

Programs that fit your goals

At McCoy College you’ll be challenged academically, but we don’t learn in a vacuum. We believe in connecting what you learn here to the world beyond college. You'll gain experience and knowledge to apply classroom discoveries to meet real-world challenges.
A class of undergraduate students looking ahead

Recent News

May 31 | Brain for Business Podcast

Leveraging business podcasts to enhance organizational performance

RE: DR. JAKE WADDINGHAM, MANAGEMENT
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May 24 | Science Direct

Social entrepreneurial intention: Examining the impacts of social and institutional support

BY DR. COREY FOX + DR. PHILLIP DAVIS, MANAGEMENT
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May 23 | TXSTMcCoy Magazine

Balancing Act: Dr. Maggie Wan

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Upcoming Events

Location:
McCoy Hall, Room TBD; Room TBA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Dr. Josh Daspit
Department of Management
josh.daspit@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
McCoy College of Business
Speaker:
Elisa Sepulveda, Partner, Angel Ventures  
 
Each fall and spring semester, the McCoy College of Business invites accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders to speak with students enrolled in the Studies in Entrepreneurship (MGT 3360) course. As part of this speaker series, students gain personal insights into entrepreneurship as the guest speakers describe their accomplishments, share stories about their career path, and offer recommendations for growth and success.
 
Although the speaker series is intended for students enrolled in MGT 3360, we are able to accommodate special guests on certain occasions. If you are interested in attending a presentation, complete our guest registration form via the link below.

Full schedule, biographies, and registration:
» Studies in Entrepreneurship

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