Full Time MBA Program By Mays Business School |TopMBA

Full Time MBA

Full Time MBA

Mays Business School

390 Wehner Building, 4117 TAMU, College Station, US, College Station, United States
  • QS Global MBA Rankings
  • Program Type Full-Time MBA
  • Specializations Brand Management
  • Duration 18 months
  • International students' % 15
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Employment % 85
  • Avg. salary 111834(USD)

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The full-time MBA Program at Mays Business School is a rigorous 18-month program. Students complete 49 credit hours during this time. The Full-Time MBA focuses on applied learning, an accelerated structure, small classes for personalized attention, and access to a global network.

The program is designed so that students can complete 75% of coursework – 38 credit hours – during their first year, prior to summer internships. The MBA also features academic tracks, with all students in the program required to select at least one.

Available academic tracks are: data analytics, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare, marketing, and supply chain and operations. Also available for MBA students are certificate programs. These provide deeper knowledge on a specific topic – the additional coursework required for a certificate will extend the MBA program studies for one semester past the core 18-month MBA program. Certificate programs currently available are entrepreneurship and technology commercialization, international business, supply chain management, advanced international affairs, public health, and health systems management.

Full-Time MBA students can gain international experience through pursuing an international business certificate program or through study abroad opportunities. Mays Business School offers semester exchange programs at 18 business schools in Asia, Europe or Latin America. Four partner schools also offer unique summer study opportunities. These are Copenhagen Business School, EDHEC, Peking University’s Guanghua School of Management, and WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management.

The MBA program is proud of its diversity and has students from all over the world, including Taiwan, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Thailand, Haiti, and Ghana. The acceptance rate for the 2016 intake was 27%, with 74 students being accepted. Of those students, 26% were women. The average applicant had 4.6 years of prior work experience.

The school provides a strong career services for students. In 2016, 94% of graduates had secured employment, with an average salary of US$103,299 within three months of graduation. That equates to an 87% increase on the average pre-MBA salary. Of those employed, the most popular industry was consulting at 36%, followed by finance and accounting at 27%, sales and marketing at 22%, logistics and operations at 13%, and finally general management at just 2%. The top hiring companies were Dell, Deloitte Consulting, HP Enterprise, North Highland, Toyota, Intel, Gartner, and Bank of America.

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