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Master of Science in Marketing

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The Master of Science in Marketing Program at Mays Business School at Texas A&M University is ranked as the #2 MS-Marketing Program in the U.S. (Best-Masters.com). With an emphasis on the application of cutting-edge marketing concepts, tools and techniques in real world business settings, this unique program is designed to provide students with an opportunity to:

The MS-Marketing program is designed to serve three groups of students:

  1. Students who choose to enroll in a specialized graduate program in marketing after acquiring some work experience.
  2. Students who choose to enroll in a specialized graduate program in marketing immediately after completing their undergraduate degree.
  3. Texas A&M University Professional Program in Accounting (PPA) students who are on the MS-Marketing track.

Unique features of the program

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Admission requirements

Admission to the MS-Marketing program is based on the assessment of several factors including:

*Although there are no minimum scores required for admission, it is recommended that applicants have at least a 600 GMAT or 150 verbal and 150 quantitative scores on the GRE. The Institution Code for the GRE is 6003. The Program Code for the GMAT is 7B7-K9-03.

Master's program applications can only be submitted online.

International applicants

TOEFL and IELTS

Texas A&M requires that all applicants from non-English speaking countries present an official TOEFL or IELTS score. To be official, scores must be current and within two years of the date of application. Texas A&M’s Institution Code is 6003. The University’s minimum requirements are:

Note: Individual graduate programs within Mays may have a higher requirement.

Prerequisites

All students must complete the following courses or their equivalents before they begin the MS-Marketing program:

Financial aid

As an MS-Marketing student, you are eligible to compete for a limited number of departmental graduate assistantships that provide a monthly wage and waiver of out-of-state tuition. In addition, all applicants are automatically considered for a limited number of departmental scholarships. More information on university financial aid is available from the Office of Student Financial Aid.

Application deadline

All applications are submitted online. Applications are accepted for the fall semester only. If applicants are accepted for the fall semester, but still need to take prerequisites, enrollment may be allowed in the spring or summer to take those prerequisite courses.

Completed applications (including official transcripts, test scores, and letters of recommendation) must be received by the Department of Marketing by January 15 for priority consideration for international students. Applications will be accepted after this date until the admission slots are filled, however priority will be given to those received by January 15. All U.S. applicants must submit their applications by May 1, however it is recommended that applications be in at least three months before then since the number of admission slots are limited.

Students requiring all/most prerequisite courses may be permitted to enroll in January to take their prerequisite classes during the spring semester, but their application should initially be for the fall semester. International students desiring to enroll in the spring semester should have their completed application in by September 15. U.S. students desiring spring admission should have their completed applications in by November 1. Students desiring to take prerequisite courses in the summer should have their fall applications in by February 1 (international students) or March 15 (U.S. students).

Other questions

For additional information about the MS-Marketing program, please read the FAQ.

Advising

MS-Marketing Director: Stephen W. McDaniel, ms-mktg@mays.tamu.edu, (979) 845-5801