You, as a Mays Full-Time MBA student, will undergo a personal and professional transformation. Our program excels at providing each student with an individualized experience that emphasizes leadership. Our faculty and staff are committed to knowing who you are, where you have been, and where you want to go professionally. They will mentor you so that you can confidently assume a leadership role in all areas of your life – family, career, and community.
The intensive 18-month program also offers hands-on experiences in managing challenges, time and resources. Our intimate cohorts allow you to make meaningful connections with peers, faculty, career coaches, and program leadership.
You will emerge from our program with enhanced self-esteem, cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills, and the ability to immediately assume a leadership role.
Our Full-Time MBA program leads to:
- Confidence in your preparedness for the workplace.
Our students complete 75% of their coursework before beginning summer internships. This program design allows our students to integrate and apply a significant portion of their MBA learning into a business setting.
- Significant impact on your career trajectory and income potential.
Approximately 95% of our students find their next job before they graduate. Many students participate in leadership rotational programs in a variety of companies, including Fortune 500 companies, consulting firms, and startups.
- MBA-level pay for an MBA-level job.
After graduation, our students’ average starting salary is $104,000, which reflects a 160% increase in pay compared to their salary when they initially enrolled in the MBA program.
- Connections to top business leaders.
Our students can tap into our network of more than 64,000 Mays Business School graduates. In addition, Texas A&M tops the list with the most graduates serving as CEOs in the top 100 of Fortune 500 companies.
- Access to the 400,000-member Aggie Network.
Our graduates earn an Aggie ring, which is an instantly recognizable symbol of attending Texas A&M.
Learn more about the application process here.