The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston is one of the nation’s leading business schools. As Houston’s most comprehensive business school — the only one in the city offering undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degrees in business — Bauer prepares students for the competitive job market through courses that combine the fundamentals of a business degree along with specialty programs and interaction with industry professionals.
Our students gain a competitive edge and global perspective. Bauer’s home at UH in one of the world’s most global cities attracts students from nearly 70 countries — making it one of the most diverse business schools in the United States.
You’ll find a strong pool of expertise among Bauer faculty that prepares students for integrated learning across academic disciplines. Our faculty represent both traditional academics who are respected scholars in their respective fields, along with former business executives and entrepreneurs who bring their experience to the classroom. Students graduate from Bauer standing motivated, ready and prepared to successfully navigate the world.
Bauer alumni power the global economy, with more c-suite executives graduating from Bauer than any other school in Houston.
Large numbers of Bauer students are being hired by the Big Four accounting firms, and Bauer provides at least as many hires to the Big Four as UT and Texas A&M.
Approximately 3,000 companies now recruit Bauer students, and there are more than 436 corporate partners investing in Bauer.
Bauer’s Global Energy Executive MBA is fueling the future of the energy industry, with programs in Houston and Beijing, and others planned across the globe.
The University of Houston (UH) received a legacy gift from The Stanford and Joan Alexander Foundation to create The Stanford Alexander Center for Excellence in Real Estate in UH’s C.T. Bauer College of Business ...
In just the past five years, the C. T. Bauer College of Business has seen considerable growth and change, along with the University of Houston campus where it is housed. For alumni who graduated decades ago from what was known then as the College of Business, the evolution is almost...
Four undergraduate students from the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston bested teams from across the U.S. that included MBA and Ph.D. participants to take the grand prize at the “California Dreamin’” Business Plan Competition in April...