Mays’ Master of Real Estate program integrates the study of business
and real estate. Why? Because real estate is important to business.
Therefore, there is a demand for real estate specialists who understand
organizations’ needs. Our program integrates the...
Businesses need their entire organization’s energy and talent to
thrive and grow. That’s why human resource management (HRM)
professionals are so critical. They are the ones who help develop an
Mays Business School at Texas A&M University is one of the few
business schools in the U.S. to offer a Master of Science (MS) in
Marketing degree. With an emphasis on the application of cutting-edge
marketing concepts, tools and techniques in real world...
The goal of the M.A. program in communication is to produce well-educated graduates who are intellectually prepared to enter a wide variety of occupations.
Because each individual's goals are unique, the graduate curriculum in communication is intentionally flexible...
Preservation faculty in the School of Architecture review the
applications and recommend admission to the Graduate School.
Prerequisites for admission include a baccalaureate degree and prior
coursework in design and architectural history. The history
The Center for Middle Eastern Studies offers the Master of Arts with a
major in Middle Eastern studies, an interdisciplinary professional
degree with a regional concentration on the Middle East. The degree is
intended primarily for those preparing for a career...
American studies is an area studies program focused on the cultural
and intellectual life of the United States. Its students analyze the
American past and present from the perspectives of several disciplines,
learn to synthesize their knowledge, and acquire...
The graduate program in Foreign Language Education at The University of Texas is devoted to the preparation of foreign language teachers, teacher educators, the investigation of problems of language teaching and learning, and the preparation of supervisors of...
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the demand for
accountants and auditors will continue to grow in the coming years,
spurred on by an increase in the number of businesses, changing
financial laws and regulations, and increased scrutiny of company
As the Baby Boomer generation ages, the demand for healthcare
workers—and managers—will continue to grow. In fact, the U.S.
Department of Labor predicts that one out of every four new jobs
created in the next few years will be in either healthcare or social
Human resource professionals are playing increasingly greater roles
in many large organizations. While being a crucial interface between
top management and employees, they also are shaping and implementing
important policies. And, according to the U.S. Department...
Today's increasingly complicated business environments demand
professional leaders with a comprehensive knowledge of the economic
climate in the modern workforce. And this demand is growing. According
to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment for administrative...
Category: MBA - Master Business Administration
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