College of Business
The mission of the College of Business is to provide high quality undergraduate and graduate business education with a global perspective and ethical awareness. We accomplish this through emphasis on excellence in teaching, which is strengthened by faculty scholarship and supported by professional service.
Mission Proof Points
- We facilitate the development of business students into ethical leaders that can navigate a dynamic global marketplace using explicit core business knowledge and an applied perspective.
- We direct resources in support of empowering co-curricular experiences.
- Our faculty members contribute to knowledge of the business environment through quality research with an equal emphasis on applied, discipline, and pedagogy publications.
- We serve as an economic development catalyst for the West Texas region and beyond through education, research, and consultation.
The College of Business at West Texas A&M University will achieve recognition as an integral part of the Texas Panhandle’s social and economic foundation.
- We believe students are our primary constituents and we are committed to a student-centered organization.
- We recognize our responsibility to serve a broad constituency, primarily in the Texas Panhandle and contiguous areas.
- We embrace lifelong learning and professional development of students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
- We are committed to outcomes assessment and continuous improvement in order to provide a high quality education and change in response to emerging issues.
- We are honest, fair and accountable at all times.
- We involve and encourage our stakeholders to participate in the planning and participation in our programs and activities.
- We respect diverse perspectives and people in a collegial environment.
- We commit ourselves to prepare our students for the future, exemplify our values by serving as role models, and remain current in our professional fields.
- We affirm our commitment to intellectual contributions that enhance our teaching, particularly applied scholarship and instructional development.
*Last reviewed and revised March 2015