Application Process

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Admissions Chats

Candidates are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a member of the Professional MBA admissions team before applying. Admissions chat appointments include an evaluation of the candidate’s resume and qualifications. Candidates also have the opportunity to ask questions about the program and the admissions process. Schedule your phone or Zoom video appointment today!

For assistance with the Professional MBA program, please contact Regan Metoyer Peterson (rpeterson@mays.tamu.edu)

“The communications through the process were incredible. From the moment I was invited to the interview to the moment the program started I had very clear and consistent communication from the staff. As I was applying, I was invited to several different events that were very clearly described — I knew exactly where to go and what to expect. The coordination between the staff was impeccable and gave me a sense of the program’s overall excellence.”
     A note from a Professional MBA Applicant, class of 2020

APPLICATION DEADLINES

We accept applications on a rolling basis and review completed applications for the next step, generally within a week of submission. Plan to submit your application when you feel confident in all parts of your application package.

  • Priority Deadline 1: November 1, 2021
  • Priority Deadline 2: March 28, 2022
  • Final Deadline: June 6, 2022

Application Requirements Checklist

Resume
Essay Questions
GMAT/GRE or Exam Waiver
Educational Transcripts
Professional References
Application Fee
Evaluative Interview

RESUME: We do not require a specific resume format or page length.  Please provide a complete overview of all full-time work experience, including month and year of start and end dates for each position held.

ESSAY QUESTIONS: All applicants must submit replies to essay questions 1 and 2.  Essay 3 is optional. You can access the essay questions here.

GMAT/GRE or EXAM WAIVER: Our GMAT code is 7B7-K9-16, and our GRE code is 5586. All GMAT and GRE scores must be no more than five years old on the date you submit your application. Exam waivers are available. Details for the Fall 2022 waiver request process are on the Home page of the Program Materials section in the application.

EDUCATIONAL TRANSCRIPTS: We require unofficial transcript copies for each post-secondary institution from which you have earned a degree. Official transcripts are only needed if you are offered admission and choose to enroll.

If you earned a degree outside of the United States, please review this page to ensure your academic credentials are valid and see other requirements such as an English Language Proficiency exam which may be required. If your degree is from outside the United States, we do not require an additional degree evaluation. If your institution does not issue documents in English, you will need to submit both the institution transcript and a copy translated into English certified by a translation company.

PROFESSIONAL REFERENCE: Please provide the name, work email, and phone number for one professional reference. We will contact your reference only if additional information is needed before making an admissions decision. The reference does not need to submit any information unless contacted by us.

APPLICATION FEE: Upon completing the online application, candidates will pay the application fee via credit card.  The application fee can be waived for all veterans of the US armed forces. Please contact us at mbaprograms@mays.tamu.edu for assistance.

EVALUATIVE INTERVIEW: After an initial review, candidates selected to continue the admissions process will participate in an interview with one or more members of the Professional MBA admissions committee. Invitations to interview are sent to selected candidates via email.  The interviews are held on campus or via Zoom.

IF OFFERED ADMISSION: Candidates must pay a non-refundable deposit of $2,000 to reserve a seat in the class. Information regarding required preparatory work is available in mid-spring.