UT Tyler Soules College of Business
The Soules College of Business began as the School of Business in January 1973. In 1998, The University of Texas at Tyler School of Business Administration was approved for accreditation by AACSB. UT Tyler launched an online Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 2000. In 2008, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board authorized the Ph.D. in Human Resource Development program. The Department of Computer Science and Computer Information Systems was added to the Soules College of Business School of Technology in 2014.
Soules College of Business Today
The Soules College of Business is comprised of the following departments: Accounting, Finance, Business Law, Management and Marketing and Human Resource Development. In addition, the Soules College of Business houses the School of Technology which includes Industrial Technology, Industrial Management, and Information Technology (Computer Science and Computer Information Systems).
To support the academic programs, the College has a Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab as well as the Brookshire Grocery Company Retail Lab.
To connect the College to the business community, there are six outreach centers:
- Center for Retail Enterprises
- Center for Family & Small Enterprises
- Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute
- Leadership Institute
- Texas Productivity Center
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Science
- Computer Information Systems
- Computer Science
- Human Resource Development
- Industrial Technology
- Industrial Technology (Surveying & Mapping Emphasis)
- Information Technology
- Executive MBA in Healthcare Management
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
- Master of Accountancy (MAcc)
- MSN-MBA (Nursing, Business Administration)
- Master of Science in Computer Science
- Master of Science in Human Resource Development
- Master of Science in Industrial Management
The Soules College of Business has several student organizations, including: ATMAE, Accounting Society, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Soules College of Business Ambassadors, ENACTUS, Epsilon Pi Tau, Financial Management Association, and SHRM.