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College Offers New Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security

The UTSA College of Business is offering a new graduate certificate in cyber security. This 12-hour certificate program is designed to give non-cyber professionals the knowledge and technical skills needed to deal with cyber security issues that impact a wide variety of fields. Offered by the college’s Department of Information Systems and Cyber Security, this… Read more »

Andrea Fernandez Recognizes Value of MBA

Realizing the value of an MBA degree, Andrea Fernandez, MBA ’20 enrolled in UTSA’s program to be a part of the growth and energy occurring at UTSA. Working in public health at UT Health San Antonio, she was asked to sit on an executive committee by her boss. While reviewing the backgrounds of the other… Read more »

COB Researcher Finds that Competition Lowers Quality of Care in Hospitals

Competition is typically good for consumers. But according to research by UTSA College of Business faculty member Deepa Wani, competition actually lowers the quality of care in hospitals. Her paper, “Impact of Competition on Process of Care and Resource Investments,” was named a runner-up in the Journal of Operations Management best paper competition. Wani, assistant… Read more »

UTSA Soccer Player Sarah Bayhi Scores Dream Job

Balancing her time as a UTSA soccer player and a star business student, Sarah Bayhi graduates this May with a bachelor’s degree in finance and a minor in marketing. This Houston native committed to UTSA as a sophomore in high school to become a part of a budding soccer program. “I wanted to play college… Read more »

UTSA College of Business Receives SimSpace Software Donation

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Business has partnered with SimSpace Corporation to provide a cloud-based cyber range for the college’s cyber security program. SimSpace’s $133,000 software donation includes access to 700 licensed accounts, network tailoring and configuration support. “Building on what we offer in our physical cyber security labs, we… Read more »

EMBA Student Kelsey Waters Named the 2020 Drymala Scholar

Kelsey Waters, senior director of operations at Packet, was chosen by her UTSA College of Business Executive MBA (EMBA) classmates as the 2020 Wayne J. Drymala Scholar. “I feel greatly honored to have been selected by my peers for this award,” said Waters. Each year the  EMBA cass nominates a peer who demonstrates ethical behavior,… Read more »

UTSA Cyber Range Provides Training for San Antonio CyberPatriot Teams

The UTSA College of Business partnered with the CyberTexas Foundation to provide free training to San Antonio high school students who were competing in the CyberPatriot National Finals in the college’s newly-launched Cyber Range. Three teams comprised of 15 students from Brandeis and Roosevelt high schools participated in two online simulations conducted by the UTSA… Read more »

College’s Information Systems Program Ranked No. 11 by GradReports

The University of Texas at San Antonio College of Business undergraduate program in information systems was ranked No. 11 in the nation by GradReports for earning potential. The ranking was based on median alumni salary utilizing data from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard released in 2019. The median alumni salary for information systems majors at… Read more »

Are Stock Markets Susceptible to COVID-19?

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to march across the United States as well as throughout the world, was there existing research showing the relationship between disease outbreaks and stock markets? In fact, previous research by John Wald and Brian McTier, Ph.D. ’11, finance faculty at the UTSA College of Business and their co-author, found that… Read more »

UTSA Opens Cyber Range to Provide Simulated Cybersecurity Training

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) College of Business has opened the UTSA Cyber Range to provide businesses, governmental organizations, military units and individuals with a hyper-realistic environment to hone their cybersecurity skills against real-world attack scenarios and to test incident response plans. The UTSA Cyber Range, which was created in partnership with… Read more »

Professor Reveals the Risks of a Global Economy

Ever since the novel coronavirus was discovered in China and subsequently found its way into the U.S. and other countries, we are learning to live in a “new normal.” The tourism industry was hit the hardest in the U.S. due to the outbreak of COVID-19. Although we think of large hotel chains when it comes… Read more »