College of Business, Engineering and Technology

About the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology (CBET)

A degree from the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology at Texas A&M University-Texarkana provides a degree of recognized distinction. A&M-Texarkana business, engineering, and other technology oriented professional students have the opportunity to develop skills in critical thinking, leadership, communication, team work, and problem solving. These skills prepare students for their future roles, leading businesses and technology into the next millennium. CBET faculty are fully qualified and eager to provide an exceptional educational experience for students. 

CBET has partnerships with various local, regional, national, and international professional groups which guide curriculum development allowing the College to offer the highest quality educational programs. CBET offers many degrees that build skills to become successful leaders in a variety of professional careers.

Message from the CBET Dean

Dear students, faculty, staff, and guests, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology (CBET) at A&M-Texarkana. Our university is committed to providing our students with a high-quality education that prepares them for success in today's global economy. We strive to foster a collaborative and innovative learning environment that equips our graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful entrepreneurs, business leaders, and technology professionals. I invite you to explore our programs, connect with our faculty, and join us in pursuing academic excellence and innovation.

Sushil K. Sharma
Dean of the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology



#5 of the 90
Most Affordable Online Master’s in Accounting by
#6 of the 20
Best Affordable Colleges in Texas for Bachelor’s Degree by

CBET Accolades

The College of Business, Engineering, and Technology proudly acknowledges exceptional accomplishments by its community. We celebrate the following esteemed achievements: discipline-based research conducted and published by faculty, exceptional service to the community through outreach programs, and industry-leading innovation in engineering and technology. We recognize the hard work and dedication that these successes require and commend each individual for their contributions to the college and beyond. These accomplishments are a testament to the excellence that the college strives to achieve and inspire us to continue pursuing greatness. 

Honors & Awards

A&M-Texarkana CBET aims to move forward in exciting and innovative ways by recognizing and addressing stakeholder needs, enhancing its undergraduate and graduate program curriculum with measurable success, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, as well as engaging and impacting the community. These combined efforts have led to A&M-Texarkana to currently being ranked #5 of the 90 Most Affordable Online Master’s in Accounting by GETEDUCATED.COM and #6 of the 20 Best Affordable Colleges in Texas for Bachelor’s Degree by AFFORDABLESCHOOLS.NET; additionally, A&M- Texarkana was formerly recognized as the 4th Best Online MBA Program by AFFORDABLESCHOOLS.NET and #10 Most Diverse Colleges in Texas by NICHE.COM among other notable university accolades.


  • CBET received an accelerating credential planning grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) in the amount of $50,000 for starting a new program and certificate in Data Science/Business Analytics. The grant resulted in a proposed concentration in Data Science/Business Analytics in our MBA program, as well as a certificate in Data Science/Business Analytics. Four faculty members upgraded their skills in Data Science and Business Analytics through a certificate program offered by the University of Texas-Austin, with one faculty member completing a Post Graduate Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
  • Two of the CBET faculty members received $20,000 from Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TESS) for a project titled “Powering Up: Cybersecurity education for a Dispersed Workforce.”