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Master of Business Administration

Program Availability: On-Campus, Online | Program Length: 36 Hours

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Program Overview

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Texas A&M-Central Texas can take your career to the next level or open doors to an entirely new career. The program is structured to meet your needs with the ability to complete the program on campus, online or a blend of both. It can be completed as quickly as sixteen months, with an average time to completion of two years. US News and World Reports recently recognized our program as a top 50 online program for veterans. Our MBA program’s unique structure let you tailor your education to meet your own career objectives by electing an emphasis in a particular field. An MBA will equip you with the skills to promote ongoing strategic initiatives, solve complex organizational issues, and lead an organization in today’s challenging global environment.


Emphasis Areas

  • Computer Information Systems – On Campus and Online
  • Human Resource Management – Online only
  • Management – On Campus and Online
  • Healthcare Administration – Online only
  • International Business – Online only
  • Marketing – On Campus only (one online class required)
"I know for a fact that the career I am in now and all the job offers I received are all thanks to Texas A&M University-Central Texas and the College of Business Administration's MBA Program. Don’t steer away from difficult courses or professors, they are the ones that will help you build both confidence and skills."

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Accreditation

The Master of Business Administration program is currently accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). The College of Business Administration is also pursuing accreditation with the prestigious Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Our initial Self Evaluation Report (iSER) was accepted in April of 2019, thus the program is well on its way to being AACSB accredited in a few years.