About the College of Business

The College of Business (COB) is one of six colleges at TAMU-CC and offers three academic degrees. The COB offers a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with seven major options at the undergraduate level: Accounting, Business Analytics-Information Systems, Business Economics, Finance, General Business, Management, and Marketing. At the graduate level, the COB offers a Master of Accountancy (MAcc) degree and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with the option of six concentrations: Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Healthcare Administration, International Business, and Management. Accredited in both business (since 1999) and accounting (since 2009) by AACSB International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), the COB serves our student body on the Corpus Christi Island Campus, the Texas A&M University System RELLIS Campus, and online.

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Mission, Vision, and Societal Impact Statement


We prepare future leaders. The College of Business creates and delivers exceptional academic programs to drive student success on-campus and online through relevant curricula, impactful research, and purposeful engagement to advance the mission of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, a Hispanic and Minority-Serving Institution.


The College of Business will be among the premier business schools in Texas.

Societal Impact Statement

The College of Business at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi seeks to positively impact individual career opportunities for students and economic development for the local and regional community, by preparing future leaders. The COB will do this through relevant and innovative curriculum initiatives, impactful scholarship, and activities that support the local and regional business communities. The COB will measure impact on students through internship placement, professional certification, and graduation rates. The COB will measure the impact of scholarship through citations, journal rankings, and public dissemination of research. The COB will measure community influence through VITA service, engagement through the Coastal Bend Business Innovation Center (CBBIC), and dissemination of data through the South Texas Economic Development Center (STEDC).