Texas A&M University
Mays Business School
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Mays Business School
Texas A&M University
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MBA Degree Programs
- Full-time MBA
- Executive MBA
- Professional MBA
Scholarships available: All current and former military personnel receive full consideration for scholarships and graduate assistantship awards. The Full-Time MBA Program is widely known as a cost effective option for management education with reasonable tuition rates and strong scholarship support. Additionally, any scholarship from the MBA program grants the recipient resident tuition status, a savings of nearly $16,000.
Funding for military: In addition to scholarships from the MBA program, veterans may also qualify for the following programs at Texas A&M University:
> Hazlewood Act - Texas residents who served in the armed forces may qualify for the Hazlewood Act, a benefit that pays the tuition and some fees for former military.
> John and Betty Potthoff Endowed Scholarship in Business - A Mays Business School scholarship reserved for veterans or children of veterans.
> Honored Service Scholarship - A Texas A&M scholarship program for armed services veterans with disabilities.
- Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
- A minimum of two years of full-time work experience, with management experience.
- Competitive GMAT/GRE scores (50th percentile or higher for verbal and quantitative sections).
- Completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with strong academic performance in the last 60 hours.
- Performance during the personal interview process (interviews are by invitation only).
- Demonstrated leadership, academic and professional potential.
- For international students, TOEFL scores above a minimum of 600 on the paper test or 250 on the computerized version. If presenting the TOEFL iBT, a score of 100 is required. As an alternative to the TOEFL, international students may present the IELTS with a score of 7 or higher
Please consult our tuition and fees page for current information.
Description of Learning Environment for Students
Experienced full-time faculty from Texas A&M's Mays Business School lead the MBA program. As a group, they possess extraordinary business acumen and prestigious academic credentials. Most faculty members are active, highly sought-after consultants serving business, industry and not-for-profit organizations.
The dedicated MBA core faculty work as a team, integrating their philosophies and teaching styles to enhance the learning experience. Their commitment motivates them to take a personal interest in individual students. They are mentors who know their students by name and are committed to helping each one maximize his or her potential.
For more information on our faculty please visit our Faculty Profiles page.
- 1st U.S. overall (4th in world), Best Value for Money, Financial Times (2012)
- 1st U.S. public (6th U.S. overall), Aims Achieved, Financial Times (2012)
- 2nd U.S. overall, Salary Percentage Increase, Financial Times (2012)
- 2nd U.S. public (7th U.S. overall), Employment at Three Months, Financial Times (2012)
- 4th U.S. public (11th overall), Placement after Three Months, U.S. News & World Report (2013)
- 4th U.S. public (13th overall), Quality of Graduates, Bloomberg Businessweek (2010)
- 6th U.S. public (42nd in world), Best Global MBAs for Mexicans, Expansión (2012)
- 7th U.S. public (51st in world), Financial Times (2012)
- 9th U.S. public (24th overall), Forbes (2011)
- 9th U.S. public (29th overall), Poets and Quants (2010)
- 11th U.S. public (30th overall), Bloomberg Businessweek (2010)
- Tied 12th U.S. public (tied 32nd overall), U.S. News & World Report (2013)
Executive MBA Program
- 1st overall, Return on Investment, The Wall Street Journal (2008)
- 9th public U.S. program (24th in the U.S., 58th in the world), Financial Times (2012)
- Recognized as a top worldwide executive MBA program, Bloomberg Businessweek (2011)