The McCoy College of Business provides a broad-based, student-centered business education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, five academic departments to choose from and numerous specializations. As a student in the McCoy College, you will develop the skill sets you need to compete responsibly, professionally, and successfully in our dynamic economy.
There are four different sets of admissions requirements for McCoy College depending on how many hours of college-level course work you have completed (after high school graduation) and posted to TXST record at the time of your application.
McCoy College has over 50 scholarships dedicated specifically for business majors and awarded on an annual basis. Awards are applied to fall and spring semesters.
Beyond the Classroom
At the McCoy College of Business, education expands beyond the traditional classroom. The McCoy College’s co-curricular activities and professional development opportunities will give you the transferrable skills, real-world experience and tools you’ll need to enter the competitive workforce.
The Graduate College is in the process of transitioning into a new online application system. Carefully review the details on their site based on the term* for which you are applying.
*Please note that not all programs admit for every term. Review the admission terms, deadlines, and requirements for your program of study.
Scholarships & Assistantships
In addition to funding available through the Texas State Graduate College, you can apply for scholarships and fellowships designated specifically for graduate business students in the McCoy College. Like scholarships offered by the Graduate College, McCoy scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. In addition, Graduate Assistantship (GA) positions allow you to generate income while working on campus. GA positions are available within the McCoy College.
Our information sessions provide an overview of the different program options at Texas State University. You can attend an information session to learn more about programs’ curricula, career paths, financial aid, study abroad options, professional development opportunities, internships and the application process.