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Management and Marketing

If you’re looking to learn in an engaging, dynamic, and personal environment, then the Department of Management & Marketing is your destination to finish your present degree or start a new one. We invite you to be a part of the largest department at Texas A&M University-Central Texas. Approximately 30% of the University’s students major in one of the Department’s six Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) accredited programs, each of which will help open doors to a diverse range of careers in business and beyond. We currently offer the following degree programs, most of which are offered in flexible delivery formats:

To help stimulate personal and professional growth outside of the classroom, the Department presently sponsors three student organizations, including a local chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the American Marketing Association (AMA), and our home grown Marketing Research Club (MRC). Additionally, because of the College’s ACBSP accreditation, students also have the ability to qualify for membership in the National Delta Mu Delta Honor Society.

Our Department has been growing in many new and exciting ways over the last few years. Our talented and diverse faculty range from those with many years of experience at the University to the many new faces that come equipped with the latest knowledge and innovations in their field. We are also proud of our rapidly growing scholarly initiatives, which we incorporate into the classroom to expose our students to cutting edge developments in business.

Faculty Advising

Undergraduate Students:

Incoming undergraduate students should first contact the Undergraduate Advising Office for initial assessment of prior course work and satisfaction of lower level University Core Curriculum completion. The principal undergraduate advisors are:

Graduate Students

Incoming graduate students should first work with the Graduate School Admissions Office to complete the application process. The principal graduate advisors are:

Two-Year Course Rotations