February 8, 2021
The C. T. Bauer College of Business announced today that they will begin offering both the legendary Bachelor of Business Administration and MBA degrees as fully online options starting Fall 2021, in addition to five specialized Master’s degrees.
January 28, 2021
The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston had its accreditation renewed by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) without any conditions for another five years.
January 28, 2021
The impact of leaders setting wildly ambitious goals — think Southwest Airlines’ attempting to achieve a 10-minute turnaround between flights — continues to engage a C. T. Bauer College of Business Management & Leadership professor whose insights on the topic were recently included in a new book.
The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston connects industry to academia, providing experiential learning opportunities to students and powering Houston’s workforce.
Bauer College is Houston’s most comprehensive business school, offering a range of degree programs at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels. With a course portfolio ranging from classes covering the business of energy to how to launch a startup, we prepare students not only to get a job, but to make an impact.
Our strong pool of expertise among Bauer faculty gives students an integrated learning experience across academic disciplines. Bauer faculty are distinguished scholars who take an innovative approach to teaching, and many have substantial backgrounds in the professional world, providing our students with their first-hand experiences leading and starting businesses.
Students graduate from Bauer College motivated and ready to make an impact in the world. In fact, more c-suite executives have graduated from Bauer College than any other school in Houston. Our alumni and corporate partners have committed to support Bauer, bolstering our connection to industry and taking the college to the next level of success. Click here to see the roster of the Bauer College Board.
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Inside Bauer is produced for the C. T. Bauer College of Business by the Office of Communications within the Office of the Dean. Distributed twice a year, the magazine highlights student success, faculty research and innovation, programs, alumni and donors and more.
In this issue of Inside Bauer, we highlight the idea that “Bauer Connects,” whether that is through person-to-person connection, the college’s innate connection to the city of Houston, or the emerging global connection that the college is building through collaborative outreach, research, and programming. This digital-only issue includes exciting video content as well as related links to other stories, podcasts and virtual interviews!
This sense of connection became even more important and apparent in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the Bauer community created opportunities together by facing the challenges presented over the last year. In this issue, we've highlighted a number of ways that Bauer students, alumni, faculty, staff and partners worked together to find innovative solutions to issues in health care, technology, teaching and connecting.
In addition to the pandemic, our community has come together over the last year to create a venue for conversation and change related to social injustice issues. You'll read stories about the college's focus on diversity, equity and inclusion over the last year, including an interview with Derek Avery, Bauer's first Chair of Inclusive Leadership, as well as alumna Celia Fraser, who was recently recognized by Yahoo! Finance as an emerging D&I leader.
We are also highlighting the many successes of our programs in 2020, in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, including a second consecutive Number 1 ranking for the Cyvia and Melvyn Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship, a leap of 21 places for our undergraduate program in the Poets&Quants ranking, and a look at how students from the Program for Excellence in Selling supported local nonprofits over the summer by generating $35,000 in revenue, with a pipeline of an additional $100,000.
Please take a moment to explore this issue of Inside Bauer, and let us know what you think. You can also share your thoughts and favorite stories on social media, using #BauerConnects.
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