Graduating engineers from Texas A&M University receive instruction in technical skills. However, their business acumen as related to engineering endeavors is generally lacking. The Business Management Certificate addresses this need. Recognized by the college of engineering, it is a highly intensive program intended to teach vital business competencies that you need before entering the workforce.
The certificate is comprised of the Business Management Initiative, which is a very intensive 90-hour course that will be held for two-weeks in May 2015 (May 18 – June 1, 2015). Students attend class from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily (Monday through Friday on the first week; Tuesday through Saturday on the second week and half a day on Monday, June 1st.) Students will learn the principles of accounting, finance, management and marketing. The course meetings are held at the Mays Business School and courses are taught by faculty in business. Students completing this course will be awarded a Business Management Certificate from the Mays Business School Center for Executive Development.
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