Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Hard work and a risk-taking strategy were the keys to victory for Ronald Reagan High School student Diego Castañeda, who won the 2017 Jefferson Bank Investor Challenge hosted by the H-E-B School of Business and Administration.A team of five students in the H-E-B School of Business and Administration's Master of Health Administration program won the Gulf Coast MGMA Case Competition Oct. 28 in Houston.The H-E-B School of Business and Administration's Dr. Ron Washington and University Mission and Ministry's Dr. Rev Trevor Alexander hosted Dr. Ron Kelley and more than 30 young men from the San Antonio community for a business etiquette and book-signing event on Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017, in UIW's Student Engagement Center.

Upon completion of the business administration program, students should be able to:

NOTE: Students admitted into the MBA program who do not have a background in business education or those who think they may need some tutorial courses are advised to use any of the resources listed below. Please note that the program does not require prerequisite courses outside the listed foundation courses above (ACTG 3000, BIA 6000, and FIN 3010 or their equivalent).


Lecturer of Business Administration

NOTE: Students admitted into the MBA program who do not have a background in business education or those who think they may need some tutorial courses are advised to use any of the resources listed below. Please note that the program does not require prerequisite courses outside the listed foundation courses above (ACTG 3000, BIA 6000, and FIN 3010 or their equivalent).


Prerequisites: Business Administration 1013.

This course builds upon the foundation established in Business Administration 3733 with a particular focus on the issues faced by more complex forms of organization (teams, corporations, multinationals, etc.). Topics covered include team dynamics, organizational power and politics, conflict and negotiation, organizational structure and design, and corporate culture.

Prerequisite: Business Administration 3813.

NOTE: The elective course requirement can be satisfied if a student takes an approved graduate course, approved internship, or an approved study abroad course. The course taken to satisfy this elective requires prior approval of the associate dean for Graduate and Executive Education.

Prerequsites: Business Administration 1243.

This course represents a culmination of business study, in that it draws upon all business disciplines (management, accounting, marketing, finance, etc.) in an effort to identify, analyze, and make recommendations concerning actual business problems. Emphasis is placed upon the development of analytical skills in the application of contemporary models of strategic analysis to business case studies. Admission is limited to students in their final year of study in the BBA.

Prerequisite: Business Administration 3713.

The Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management requires 48 hours-36 hours in the major plus an additional 12 hours for the Health Care Management concentration.

Prerequisite: Business Administration 3623.

Prerequisites: MBAK 6915, MBAA 6885/MBAF 6885, and MBAI 6905. Capstone course integrating the entire College of Business curriculum. Specifically focuses on applying analysis tools to real companies and the strategic issues they face.