The Executive MBA Program from Mays Business School at Texas A&M University
is a rigorous educational program designed for qualified business professionals. Based in The Woodlands, just north of Houston, the two-year program
is built on an innovative curriculum that focuses on creating value in your organization. Through peer discussion, case studies, and dynamic interaction with our accomplished faculty, the Executive MBA Program provides our participants with skills and learning they can put to work immediately.
Beyond earning an MBA from Mays, our graduates benefit from an expansive network of MBA graduates, and from the international power of the Texas A&M University “Aggie Network.”
Texas A&M's Executive MBA Program is noted for providing great value for our participants, and was rated #1 in the country for return on investment
by the Wall Street Journal in December 2008.
The Executive MBA Program
- Degree: Participants earn the MBA degree from Texas A&M University. All of the degree programs of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University are accredited by AACSB.
- Schedule: The program begins with a new class of participants each August. Classes meet Friday and Saturday of alternating weekends 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. All classes are held at the University Center at Lone Star College in The Woodlands, Texas.
- Curriculum: Participants complete 45 credit hours covering the major disciplines of business during the program.
- Length: The program is taught over a two-year period. It requires 18 months of attendance during the fall and spring semesters. No meetings are held during the summer months.
- Admissions: Applications are accepted and reviewed in four rounds of admission. See How to Apply for instructions.
is taught by elite members of the Texas A&M's Mays Business School faculty. Our faculty members are national and international academic leaders who successfully combine theory, methodology and experiential knowledge to create challenging and stimulating courses.
The dynamic exchange between faculty and participants in the classroom not only leads to fascinating discussion, but it also puts our participants and faculty members on a collegial level – opening doors for long-term professional relationships that benefit our students long after graduation.