Angelo State University College of Business - Degrees Offered

Degrees Offered

  • Undergraduate Degrees- Bachelors of Business Administration
    • Accounting
    • Economics
    • Finance
    • Finance with Financial Planning Option
    • Finance with Real Estate Option
    • Business Computer Information Systems
    • Business Law
    • General Business
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • International Business
    • Management Information Systems
  • Graduate Degrees
    • Master of Business Administration
    • Master of Business Administration- Accounting
    • Master of Professional Accountancy

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