Dr. Amjad Abdullat, associate dean of undergraduate business programs
Classroom Center, Room 210 • WTAMU Box 60809
806-651-2500 • Fax 806-651-2969
email@example.com • wtamu.edu
Faculty: Anwar, Berry, Buhler, Chauhan, Clark, Cooley, Finchum, Gerlich, Hammer, Kilic, Kimbell, King, Li, McCauley, McLarty, Mills, Patterson, Ramos Salazar, Sanders, Shaffer, Womble.
The Department of Management, Marketing and General Business is dedicated to excellence in teaching. Many classes emphasize “real world” projects that apply theory to actual business problems. While dedicated to helping students learn through working with actual businesses, faculty also encourage students to become acquainted with literature in their field through term papers requiring library research. Relatively small classes and close personal contact with students is a priority for creating a stimulating learning environment.
The College of Business offers internship opportunities through the WTAMU Career Services’ Experiential Education Program. Students in approved internships have an opportunity to do actual work in their chosen field and receive 3 hours course credit and, in most cases, a salary for an internship position. The program provides students opportunities to earn a portion of their college expenses while gaining work experience which enhances academic studies. To receive course credit, students complete an academic component in addition to the work of their internship, and at the end of the semester, receive a letter grade.
University Core Curriculum Requirements
Refer to the “University Core Curriculum ” section of this catalog.
Note: Students should periodically consult with departmental offices to ensure that curriculum has not changed and that students’ planning is up to date.
Discipline - Course Prefix
General Business - BUSI
Management - MGT
Marketing - MKT
NOTE: See the “Course Descriptions ” section of this catalog for a complete list of courses offered by the University.