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UIW's School of Professional Studies (SPS) offers accelerated online, classroom and blended undergraduate and graduate courses.
Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) (Online or Classroom)
Bachelor of Arts in Administration (BA) (Online or Classroom)
Bachelor of Arts Human Resources (BA) (Online or Classroom)
Bachelor of Arts Organizational Development (BA) (Online or Classroom)
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS) with concentrations in:
Accounting (Online or Classroom)
General Business (Online or Classroom)
Information Systems (Online or Classroom)
General Marketing (Online or Classroom)
General Management (Online or Classroom)
Project Management (Online or Classroom)
Bachelor of Science Criminal Justice (BS) (Online or Classroom)
Applied Administration (Online or Classroom)
Communication Arts (Online)
Healthcare Administration (Online)
Industrial & Organizational Psychology (Online)
Organizational Development (Online or Classroom)
Master of Business Administration (Professional MBA) (Online or Classroom)
Specializations: Asset Management, Data Analytics, General, or Human Resources
Master of Science in Organizational Development and Leadership (MS) (Online or Classroom)
Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) (Online or Classroom)
List of Personal Development courses
2. Request your official transcripts from all previous universities and colleges attended after you've submitted an application.
Send to: University of the Incarnate Word
Extended Academic Programs CPO #294
San Antonio, TX 78209
Universities and colleges may send electronic transcripts to email@example.com
School code: 6303
Unofficial transcripts can be faxed to 210-428-6352 for initial review, however, official transcripts must be submitted within the first 8 weeks of classes.
3. Fill out FAFSA
4. Consult with admissions counselor on admissions decision and first classes.
5. Register for classes
6. Attend orientation
7. Start classes!
Doctor of Business Administration
Earn a DBA that consists of 15 courses over 5 semesters and available in 2 learning formats
Earn certificates or valuable career training for areas including Legal Studies, Personal Trainer, IT, Healthcare, Business & more!