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Texas A&M’s Mays Business School


Contact our general manager with any questions. Profile updated: January 11, 2023.

Contact Information

MBA Programs Office
Wehner Building Suite 390
College Station, TX 77843
Admissions Office:

School Data

Annual Tuition: $62,172

Acceptance Rate: 42%

Full-Time Enrollment: 69

International: 35%

Minority: 6%

Average Age: 27

Female: 15%

Male: 85%

Application Deadlines: Round 1 – October 26, 2022 | Round 2 – January 18, 2023 | Round 3 – March 8, 2023 (Final deadline for International Students) | Round 4 – April 26, 2023 (Final deadline for Domestic Students)

The Mays Business School MBA: What You Need To Know

Texas A&M’s Mays Business School offers a program in the city of College Station, located in the Brazos Valley, known as a place where university, industry, and government partners join forces. A&M is home to the Aggies – a nickname that grew from its roots in agricultural history. The school’s proximity to Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas-Fort Worth means students can easily take a daytrip or spend a long weekend soaking up the big city atmosphere. The program was ranked No. 16 public MBA Program by U.S. News & World Report 2022.

Mays’s 2024 class is 15% women and 85% men, aged 27 years old on average with over 4 years of working experience. The Full-Time MBA Program can be completed over an 18-month time period. Year one begins with foundational core courses, then an optional summer internship, and year two continues with a capstone and electives.

MBAs are required to select at least one academic track either in business data analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, marketing, supply chain & operations, and healthcare.

During the capstone, MBAs apply the skills and knowledge with an actual client – either a Fortune 500 company, a small start-up business, or a non-profit organization.

After graduation, Mays offers MBAs the opportunity to earn an additional 9-12 additional credit hours in a semester exchange at one of A&M’s 18 partner schools or through study abroad experience. 75% of the coursework is completed before the summer internship, which prepares students to integrate all they’ve learned and apply themselves in a business setting immediately.

“The Texas A&M MBA program equipped me with more skills than I expected. The weekly personal reflections, communications skills, business knowledge – all of that empowered me to significantly do better in anything and everything that I do,” says Azwad Haider, Class of 2020 in a YouTube video on the school’s site.

MBAs hear from local industry experts during the executive speaker series, with past speakers being senior executives from General Motors, GE Appliances and Lighting, Compaq Computer Corporation, The Clorox Company, Oceaneering International, and AT&T. There’s plenty of personal and professional networking opportunities through student organizations, conferences, and business-professional competitions. Aside from networking with the speakers, students can tap into a huge alumni network of over 527,000 A&M graduates.

Mays’s dedicated career management services have a proven track record of giving Mays MBAs the individual coaching to land jobs soon after graduation. In 2022, 95.4% of MBA graduates secured employment within three months of graduating with an average salary of $115,585.

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