The Texas A&M Full-Time MBA program at Mays Business School is on the rise in the annual rankings by U.S. News and World Report. This year the program is ranked 13th among U.S. public programs—up one place from last year. Among all programs in the nation, public and private, the Mays Full-Time MBA program is tied for 33rd.

Also of note, the program is ranked 2nd in the nation for employment at three months after graduation among public universities, and 5th among all public and private programs. The rankings data also show that the program is among the most selective public programs, with a 22.7 percent acceptance rate, which is the lowest acceptance rate among ranked programs in Texas.

The strategic vision for the Full-Time MBA program, and all programs within Mays Business School, is to be listed in the top ten among public universities in all major rankings. In the latest rankings from Financial Times the Full-Time MBA program placed 9th among public schools.

The U.S. News rankings were based on two types of data: expert opinions about program quality and statistical indicators that measure the quality of a school’s faculty, research, and students. U.S. News surveyed thousands of academics and professionals to arrive at these rankings.

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