About 95 miles north of Houston lie the neighboring cities of Bryan and College Station, which make up the metropolitan area considered home to Texas A&M University.
The MBA at the university’s Mays Business School nets students the fastest return on their tuition investment among full-time U.S. programs, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek analysis
examining program costs and salary increases following graduation.
Mays became a college in 1968 and offers undergraduate, masters, and PhD programs. The graduate school enrolled about 820 students during the most recent school year, with about 120 in the full-time MBA program and 95 in the executive MBA program. The full-time program admitted 23 percent of applicants during the most recent school year. Mays also offers masters degrees in accounting, finance, human resources, marketing, and electronic commerce/information systems.
The Mays undergraduate business program has a full-time enrollment of nearly 4,000 students and offers degrees in accounting, finance, information systems, management, and marketing.
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