BS University Studies
The BS in University Studies is offered to students currently enrolled in Texas A&M University. To apply for this major, you must have:
- cumulative Texas A&M GPA of 2.5 or greater (no exceptions), and
- a minimum of 30 earned hours at Texas A&M, and
- completion of two core mathematics courses, and
- total college credit hours do not exceed 100 (including transfer, dual and AP credit).
Students interested in applying to the University Studies-Business (USBU) degree program should review all application procedures and materials prior to application.
Questions about the USBU program application process should be directed to Ashley Corn, the University Studies academic advisor.
Students complete a business concentration and two minors taken outside of Mays Business School. The concentration provides a solid foundational in basic aspects of business including:
- Management information systems
An Opportunity to Explore
Our degree program lets students customize their undergrad experience by aligning their education with future personal and career objectives.
Students are encouraged to explore minors that reflect individual interests and strengths, and complement their business concentration.
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The Association of Former Students of Texas A&M University is a powerful organization that can help advance your career.
USBU graduates go onto pursue secondary educations and rewarding careers.
There are a number of scholarship and financial aid opportunities available to all Texas A&M undergraduates. We encourage our students to pursue every financial aid source that they may qualify for.
We encourage students to become independent thinkers and explore interests outside the classroom.
Mays Business School supports a number of high impact learning opportunities–including internships and other professional experiences–to cultivate skills and tools for success in the professional world.
Aggies can make a positive impact on the global community through a broader understanding of the international landscape.