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Master of Business Administration

mba

 

The McCoy Master of Business Administration (MBA) program emphasizes the knowledge and skills needed for professional success and is designed for people who expect to pursue careers in the management of organizations in either the public or private sector.

The program is designed for working professionals who need flexibility in scheduling classes due to the demands of a career or family. There are no leveling course requirements for this program and students are accepted from all undergraduate academic disciplines. While the part-time format enables students to continue working while earning their MBA, work experience is not required.
 

Convenient Times and Locations

Classes are offered exclusively in the evening, Monday through Thursday, to accommodate the busy schedules of working professionals. There are no Friday or weekend classes. All courses for the general MBA program are offered both at the San Marcos campus and at the Round Rock Campus.
 

Program Options

Students accepted into the MBA program may choose one of the following options:

General MBA

MBA with emphasis in Computer Information Systems

MBA with emphasis in Engineering Technology

MBA with emphasis in Health Administration

MBA with emphasis in Human Resource Management


MBA with emphasis in International Business

 

Accreditation and Assurance of Learning

Every academic program at Texas State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Programs offered by the McCoy College of Business are additionally accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International). AACSB accreditation is the highest recognition a business school can receive, and fewer than 5% of all business schools in the world earn AACSB accreditation. As part of the compliance requirements for SACS and AACSB, student learning is continually assessed through a set of student learning outcomes for each program. To learn more about the Assurance of Learning goals for the MBA program, click here.

How To Get Started

Follow the steps below to begin the application process: