Master of Business Administration
The McCoy Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs emphasize the knowledge and skills needed for professional success and are designed for individuals who expect to pursue careers in the management of organizations in either the public or private sector. The M.B.A. program offers flexibility with two formats: full-time cohort and flex. With some afternoon and mostly evening classes, the 42-hour full-time cohort program spans just 21 months and is offered exclusively at the San Marcos Campus. The flex program offers evening classes at both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses, and students have the option of sitting out a semester if needed.
|Full-Time Cohort||Flex MBA|
|Time to Completion||21 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||42||42 or 45|
|Optional Areas of Concentration||No||Yes|
|Open to International Students||Yes||Yes|
|Approximate program cost (Texas resident)||$23,900||$24,600|
All Texas State M.B.A. concentrations provide the knowledge and tools needed for a successful career in the management of organizations. Key elements of the program include a high degree of curriculum integration and a strong focus on professional development. Because of the varied backgrounds of faculty, the program is able to offer a general degree as well as degrees with concentrations in the following areas:
Computer Information Systems
Human Resource Management
Supply Chain Management
In addition to a portfolio of quantitative skills, a McCoy M.B.A. student will acquire practical management and leadership skills. These skills are transferable to any industry including technology, healthcare, manufacturing, financial services, consumer products and nonprofits. McCoy M.B.A. graduates have embarked on career paths at a variety of firms including Apple, Applied Materials, Dell, Frost Bank, H-E-B and IBM.
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