HIES LLC Current Students Webpage
This page is intended for students who have accepted admittance into the HIES LLC program. Rather than bombard you with emails, we will update this page as we have more information.
HIES LLC is a Living Learning Community (a small portion of students may be living off campus) where you get to meet other students that are passionate about Entrepreneurship and will be attending Entrepreneurship events together throughout the school year to learn more about entrepreneurship education and resources available to you. Students in the program may enroll in the Entrepreneurship Minor in the *second semester of their Freshman year* by filling out these university steps https://utdirect.utexas.edu/apps/degree/minors/ Students are required to have a declared major in order to attach the Entrepreneurship Minor to their profile. Certain degree plans may not allow the addition for the Entrepreneurship Minor. Please check in with your major advisor to confirm.
Congratulations! We are looking forward to meeting you in person! Events for HIES LLC will be posted here in August before the start of the Fall 2022 semester. For now, there is nothing else you need to do.
HIES LLC Admits are NOT required to live on campus however it is your responsibility to stay engaged with the HIES LLC community events.
Our office does not have access to your housing information. Please reach out directly to the Housing Team here firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional assistance related to your dorm assignment.
Classes are NOT required and are optional during your first year. All students pursuing the Entrepreneurship Minor must complete additional steps through the minor/certificate inventory system AFTER the completion of their first semester on campus. For now, please review the list below for course description and prerequisites.
Class Options During Your First Semester
Prerequisite: Restricted to non-McCombs School of Business majors.
Description: An introduction to financial and managerial accounting, with emphasis on the content, interpretation, and uses of accounting reports. Discussion of the determination and reporting of net income and financial position, and the theories underlying business financial statements; consideration of managerial accounting topics designed to extend the student’s knowledge to the planning and controlling of the operations of the firm.
Prerequisite: Restricted to students in the McCombs School of Business. 24 semester hours of college credit, including Economics 304K.
Description: Concepts and their application in transaction analysis and financial statement preparation; analysis of financial statements.
Prerequisite: Restricted to students in the McCombs School of Business Honors Program. 24 semester hours of college credit including Economics 304K, Management Information Systems 301, 301H, or 302F, and credit or registration for Business Administration 324H.
Description: An exploration of concepts and their application in transaction analysis and financial statement preparation; and analysis of financial statements.
Prequisite: Varies based on course availability. Check the course catalog to verify specific course prerequisites.
Description: Analysis in the field of Economics.