To commence the new Professional MBA program at Mays Business School, 36 new class members were on the Texas A&M University campus July 24-28 for PMBA Residency Week.
The inaugural class of Professional MBAs learned about becoming an Aggie, spent time with faculty engaging in various academic leveling activities, learned more about themselves and their team through “StrengthsFinder,” and grew to know each other better. During the week, the class participated in Texas A&M’s ChallengeWorks, had dinner at the Corps of Cadets Center with a keynote from General John Van Alstyne and enjoyed an evening with faculty and former students at the Association of Former Students.
Mike Alexander, director of the Professional MBA program, said the Recruiting and Admissions team at Mays put together a fantastic inaugural class for the program. “Our new students are smart, driven, and highly engaged. They’ve successfully completed Boot Camps and Residency Week. And I look forward to watching them grow as a class and as individuals under the guidance of our world-class faculty in our new facility in CityCentre.”