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Texas A&M University: Mays Business School ×

Accreditation: AACSB

Location: College Station, United States of America

Tuition fees $ 99,500 (€ 81,586)

Length (months) 21

Program type Executive MBA

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Program description:

The Executive MBA program’s coursework focuses on creating value in the students’ organizations as well as their own lives. The interdisciplinary curriculum encourages students to think about the connections between business disciplines such as finance, marketing, accounting, strategy, information systems, and communication in addition to an emphasis on personal leadership development.

The Executive MBA Program is composed of 45-credit hours in the major disciplines of business, as well as special topics such as the Capstone Project, Personal Leadership Development, and Business Communication. Classes include intellectually stimulating activities such as peer discussions, case studies and dynamic interactions with our accomplished faculty. These activities are designed to help students gain knowledge and skills that they can immediately use in their workplace.

  • Size of the class: 36
Browse other programs by this school: Full-time MBA

Admission requirements:

  • Age
    (Avg):
    44
  • Experience
    (Min/Avg):
    10/18
  • Managerial experience
    (Min/Avg):
    7/12
  • Other: * Candidates who apply for the Executive MBA program are not required to take the GMAT and GRE exams.

Ranking:

  • Current rank: 37 (The Economist)

Diversity:

  • Male/Female students: 83% / 17%
  • International students: 11%
  • Number of countries represented: 9

Alumni today:
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  • Pre-MBA industry:

Career progress:

  • Faculty quality: 10.00
  • Student quality: 32.00
  • Development experience: 23.00
  • Student rating of faculty: 4.70
  • Student rating of alumni effectiveness: 4.40
  • Student rating of culture and classmates: 4.50

Faculty:

  • Full-time faculty with PhD: 90%
  • Annual intake: 40
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