Mays MBA Program at Texas A&M University is a 16-Month Full-time MBA program with a focus on one to one interaction and experiential learning. The program can be completed between August and December, spanning over 18 months.
The Curriculum is divided into terms. The Term 1 and Term 2 covers the MBA Fundamentals: Financial Accounting, Quantitative Analysis for Business Decisions, Microfoundations of Business Behavior, Marketing Management, Finance for the Professional, Managerial Macroeconomics and Operations Mangement. Term 3 focuses on Managing People in the organization. Term 4 covers Management Accounting and Control, Finance for the Professional and Corporate Strategy.
Term 4 ends with specialization courses where students can choose from Consulting and strategic management, E-commerce, Finance, Human resource management, Information technology and operations, Marketing and Real estate. In specialization course, students can choose from courses beyond Mays Business School. They can select from a vast array of graduate courses from Texas A&M University. Specialization courses provide a platform for students to develop skills that are necessary for post-MBA jobs.
Mays Full-time MBA can also opt for the certificate program instead of specialization. Certificate programs are in Entrepreneurship, International business, Supply chain management, Business Management and Advanced International affairs. If Mays MBA students opt for the certificate program then they have to complete an additional semester. An interesting incentive is the financial aid provided through federal fund for the certificate program.
Aggie Network: Mays Full-time MBA Students will be part of Aggie Network, a wide network of alumni from over 17 International locations and 60 U.S. cities. Being part of Aggie Network will allow students to network with Mays MBA Alumni/Current students from Full-time and Executive MBA program.
Mays Business School also provides incentive for Military personels.There are no application fee and military MBAs can avail scholarship and additional funding options: Hazlewood Act (Tuition for Texas residents who served in the armed forces), John and Betty Potthoff Endowed Scholarship in Business (Scholarship reserved for veterans or children of veterans) and Honored Service Scholarship (Texas A&M scholarship program for armed services veterans with disabilities)
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