Make the Right Choice
Make the right choice and earn an undergraduate business degree at The University of Texas at San Antonio Carlos Alvarez College of Business. As a university of the future, UTSA is a place where opportunities live and dreams are realized. Nationally ranked and recognized, the college was named one of the Top 5 undergraduate business schools in Texas by Bloomberg Businessweek. And UTSA’s cyber security programs were ranked No. 1 in the nation by the Ponemon Institute. With over 7,900 students the UTSA Carlos Alvarez College of Business is your home for a quality business education.
Building a Business Degree
Pick a program that complements your interests and major in one of our 14 undergraduate degree programs. Programs include traditional accounting, finance and management degrees as well as in-demand areas such as business analytics, cyber security, marketing, statistics and data science and real estate finance and development.
Students have two pathways to earning admission into the Bachelor of Business Administration degree programs in the Carlos Alvarez College of Business. Direct admission allows freshmen and transfer students who meet class rank and test score requirements to declare their major their first semester at UTSA. Students who do not meet direct admission requirements can earn admission into the college based on their performance as a pre-business major. Separate admissions policies govern the B.A. in Economics and the B.S. in Statistics programs.
The college also offers new business competencies, which are multidisciplinary collections of elective courses that when combined provide students with specialized market-based skills. The competencies include analytics, entrepreneurship, international business, leading change, modeling and risk management.
Invest in Your Future
Challenge yourself while developing core business skills and practical experiences that will set you apart from the competition. For more information about the college’s undergraduate business programs, contact the Undergraduate Studies office.