College of Business Administration

Changes to College of Business Tuition & FAQs

After many years of discussion and planning, the College of Business submitted a differential tuition request to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents in September. After thorough review, the proposal was approved on October 31, 2019. Prior to the approval, we held two hearings on campus to discuss the need for differential tuition and the implications. We know that many of you could not attend, thus we want to try to answer as many questions as possible prior to it taking effect. The following is a brief "FAQ" about the implications of differential tuition.

FAQ for Differential Tuition

Our Mission

The College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Central Texas shares with the University its commitment to provide the Central Texas region, and beyond, affordable access to a high-quality, student-focused learning environment where students have the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and competencies necessary to succeed in the global business environment.

Our Mission is supported by:

  • Affordable education at the upper division and graduate levels that lead to Baccalaureate and Masters Degrees, as well as professional certificates.  

  • A student-focused learning environment fostered through small class sizes, flexible course offerings, high-quality student engagement, and excellence in teaching.  

  • Faculty scholarship that provides relevant, cutting-edge knowledge and skills to students while adding value to the profession.

  • Service activities that foster the growth of the University, strengthen ties with our stakeholders, and enhance the professional disciplines.

  • A diverse student population including wide representation from military affiliated and non-traditional backgrounds.

  • Promoting ethical behavior that is essential in today’s business environment.

Our Vision

Inspiring Leadership for Texas and the World

Strategic Plan