Master of Business Administration
Professionals needs to evolve in an increasingly globalized and digitized economy. Meet the challenges of today’s complex business world and develop your skills, mindset and expertise with a master of business administration (MBA) from the McCoy College of Business. Texas State’s MBA degree offers flexibility for working professionals, including full-time cohorts and flex option with classes offered at both our San Marcos and Round Rock campuses.
Our MBA program is highly customizable, is AACSB accredited, and provides students the opportunity to participate in both internships and international trips for course credit.
Become a better leader, forge a new path in your career, and transform business with a master of business administration from Texas State University.
|Program Characteristics||Full-Time Cohort||Flex MBA|
|Time to Completion||16 months||Flexible (28 months avg.)|
|Afternoon Classes||1st semester only||No|
|Evening Classes||Yes (after 1st sem.)||Yes (all)|
|Work Experience Requirement||No||No|
|Non-business undergraduates accepted||Yes||Yes|
|GMAT or GRE Required||Yes||Yes|
|International Trip||Yes (required)||Optional|
|Available at the Round Rock Campus||No||Yes|
|Credit Hours||36||36 or 39|
|Optional Areas of Concentration||No||Yes|
|Open to International Students||Yes||Yes|
|Approximate program cost (Texas resident)||$22,500||$23,100|
Texas State’s MBA program provides you with a broad range of knowledge and skills that will prepare you for leadership in any industry or job function. Key elements of the program include a high degree of curriculum integration and a strong focus on professional development, critical thinking, networking, management, the use of technology, and experiential learning, among other skills. The master of business administration program offers concentrations in the following areas:
Computer Information Systems
Human Resource Management
Supply Chain Management
Prospective MBA students should be optimistic about their career opportunities. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the median inflation-adjusted base salary among 2019 MBA program graduates was $115,000. Developing your hard and soft skills with an MBA can enhance your employability in any industry including technology, healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, consumer products and nonprofits.
MBA Class Profile
Texas State welcomes students from all academic and professional backgrounds. Learn more about our diverse group of McCoy graduate students and the admissions averages that got them into this competitive program.