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The McCoy Master of Business Administration (MBA) program emphasizes the knowledge and tools needed for professional success and is designed for those individuals who expect to pursue careers in the management of organizations in either the public or private sector. The program is designed for working professionals who need flexibility in scheduling classes due to the requirements of career or family. There are no leveling course requirements for this program and students are accepted from all undergraduate academic disciplines.
Classes are offered in the evening, Monday through Thursday, in order to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals There are no Friday or weekend classes. All courses for the General MBA program are offered both at the San Marcos campus and at the Round Rock Campus.
Students accepted into the MBA program may choose one of the following five options:
• General MBA
• MBA with an emphasis in Engineering Technology
• MBA with an emphasis in Health Administration
• MBA with an emphasis in Human Resource Management
• MBA with an emphasis in International Business
All MBA options (general or with an area of emphasis) are made up of a combination of Tier I courses, Tier II core courses, and Graduate Elective courses.
Tier I courses are the same regardless of the specific program, allowing first- and second-semester MBA students the flexibility to change programs without compromising credit hours.
Tier II courses and electives are unique to each program option. Please click on the links above to view the unique requirements for each MBA program option.
The application process for the McCoy MBA Program at Texas State University is the same as all other graduate business programs. Visit the Graduate Programs Overview page for more information.
The McCoy College of Business Administration Graduate School of Business is dedicated to pursuing and providing the knowledge and skills that prepare graduate students for key management responsibilities in today’s complex and dynamic global business environment. The School challenges students to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to advance their professional objectives through an environment of teaching excellence, complemented by scholarly research and service.
Upon completion of the Master of Business Administration (MBA), a student will be able to:
The decision to pursue an MBA is not to be taken lightly. There are many things to take into consideration: work, family, career goals, program logistics, cost... it can be a long list. And every situation is different.
We welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your goals and how the McCoy MBA program could help you achieve them. If you would like to learn more about our program:
Thank you for your interest in the McCoy MBA Program at Texas State University. We look forward to hearing from you.