Rankings

Texas A&M’s Mays Business School ranks among the top public business schools in the country for its programs and for faculty research. With an enrollment of 6,400 students in Fall 2017, Mays is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB), one of the most prestigious credentials for schools of business.

CategoryRank Year
Faculty Scholarship
Financial Times #7 U.S. public (#14 U.S. overall)2017
Undergraduate Program
U.S. News & World Report #20 public (tied #31 overall)
2018
Graduate Program
The Princeton Review
#18 for Entrepreneurship Studies
2018
MBA - Full-Time Program
Bloomberg Businessweek#7 U.S. public (#22 overall)2017
Forbes #7 U.S. public (#20 overall)
2017
U.S. News & World Report
#12 U.S. public (#31 U.S. overall)2017
Expansión#8 U.S. public (#56 in world)
Best Global MBAs for Mexicans
2016
MBA - Executive Program
Financial Times
#1 in work experience among U.S. public schools
#10 U.S. public
#21 in U.S. overall
2017
Ph.D. Program
Financial Times
#8 U.S. public (#13 U.S.overall)
2015
Veterans
Military Times#9 U.S. overall, Best for Vets
2016

DEPARTMENT RANKINGS

Accounting
Finance
Information & Operations Management
Management
Marketing