Electives

Business Analytics*

The Texas A&M University-Kingsville College of Business Administration now offers a graduate transcripted certificate in Business Analytics. This certificate is designed to improve evidence-based decision-making skills of industry professionals and equips them with ability to manage and interpret data. Download pdf

Collaboration and Team Dynamics*

Good communication skills are crucial when it comes to success in the business world.  Organizations need employees who are collaborators, critical thinkers, relationship builders, and effective communicators—verbal, written, and virtual—who can immediately contribute and impact their daily operations.

Health Informatics*

The Texas A&M University-Kingsville College of Business Administration designed the online graduate-transcripted Certificate in Health Informatics for professionals who want to increase their knowledge in the area of health information technology and be able to take on additional informatic-related responsibilities or embark upon new careers as managers or information systems personnel of hospitals, pharmacies or any other type of healthcare provider. Download pdf

Energy Finance and Logistics

Most of the jobs require contract or legal-based rather than theoretical knowledge with the emphasis on negotiation, written and oral communication skills. While there are few Energy Commerce programs, most university graduate students are specialized in areas such as accounting, marketing, management, etc. In order to help College of Business Administration students to distinguish themselves in the market place, College offers a core energy education, a Certificate in Energy Finance and Logistics, for graduate students interested in energy finance and lending, commodity trading, negotiations, and logistics.

Managing People in the Global Enterprise

Managing People in the Global Enterprise Certificate prepares graduate students to assume a leadership role both in a domestic and global environment.

 *Transcripted Certificate

Course Descriptions

This page was last updated on: October 2, 2018