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McCoy College of Business

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The Emmett and Miriam McCoy College of Business Administration provides a broad-based, student-centered business education at the undergraduate and master's level. With six academic majors to choose from – accounting, computer information systems and quantitative methods, management, marketing, and finance and economics – and numerous specializations, students at the McCoy College can develop the skill sets they need to compete responsibly, professionally, and successfully in our dynamic economy. Our accomplished faculty, award-winning academic advising center, engaged community partners, and hard-working students collaborate to make the McCoy College an AACSB-accredited college. The McCoy College emphasizes innovation, experiential learning, research, and service as we educate the next generation of global business leaders. 

Future Students

The McCoy College education expands beyond the traditional classroom. By embracing classroom experience, co-curricular activities, and professional development, McCoy College students leave Texas State University with transferrable skills, real-world work experience, and all the tools they need to enter the competitive workforce. 

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Current Students

McCoy College invests in our students’ success, both academically and professionally. Our award-winning academic advising center, numerous fellowships and scholarships ensure that students can access the resources and experiences they need to achieve their highest professional aspirations.


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The McCoy College of Business is one of several colleges that conducts a Hooding Ceremony for master's degree candidates. Some students are unclear as to what exactly a "Hooding Ceremony" entails. Here's your answer:

Prior to awarding doctoral (Ph.D.) degrees, Texas State University performed a university-wide "hooding ceremony" for all master's degree candidates prior to the traditional Commencement ceremony. The ceremony was a smaller, more personal setting with faculty, family, and friends. The graduate was recognized by reading a short bio and then a faculty member of their choosing placed the master's hood (academic regalia) on the graduate. When Texas State University began awarding doctoral degrees the hooding ceremony for master's degree students was eliminated.
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