The University of Texas at Tyler
College of Business and Technology
The UT Tyler College of Business and Technology (CBT) provides quality education to the citizens of East Texas and beyond through a strategic mix of face-to-face, hybrid and online channels from the Tyler campus and through remote sites at Longview and Palestine.
CBT offers an outstanding degree portfolio and innovative courses with an eye toward industry needs and student interests, including eight majors within three undergraduate degrees.
UT Tyler graduate programs in business and technology include generalized and specialized master's degrees, providing students opportunities to develop leadership abilities in an increasingly complex and dynamic business society.
The college offers a unique doctoral program, focusing on human resource development with a specialization in organizational development and change. UT Tyler's Ph.D. in human resource development prepares researchers and practitioner leaders for a rapidly changing and culturally diverse global workforce. Courses are designed in a convenient, executive format whereby students meet on campus only five times per semester.
CBT also provides vital resources for growth and success in the East Texas business community through:
- The Hibbs Institute for Business and Economic Research
- The Center for Retail Enterprises
- The Texas Productivity Initiative
The college is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB ) and The Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
|Spring 2014 Last day to submit complete thesis to Grad Studies for Spring 2014 graduation |
|Fall 2014 - International Graduate Student Application deadline (out of country) |
|Fall 2014 - RO-Emails students who have not enrolled, excluding FTFT |
|Spring 2014 Study Day |
|Spring 2014 Commencement |
Center for Retail Enterprises
The institute facilitates business growth and economic development throughout East Texas by serving as a key source of information for regional businesses, governments and economic development agencies. Read more