Dr. William Chittenden
McCoy Hall, Room 530
The M.B.A. program offers flexibility with two formats: full-time cohort and flex. With some afternoon and mostly evening classes, the 42-hour full-time cohort program spans just 21 months and is offered exclusively at the San Marcos campus. The flex program offers evening classes at both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses, and students have the option of sitting out a semester if needed.
|Degree||Concentration||Hours||Thesis Option||Minor Option|
|M.B.A||Full-Time Cohort (no concentration)||42||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - General (no concentration)||42||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - General (no concentration)||42||Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - Engineering and Technology||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - Computer Information Systems||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - Health Administration||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - Human Resource Management||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - International Business Studies||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|M.B.A||Flex Cohort - Supply Chain Management||45||Non-Thesis||No minor|
|Texas State Round Rock Campus
The entire M.B.A. program in flex format can be completed in Round Rock or in San Marcos.
|Fall - Priority||Flex & Full-Time Cohorts||February 1||February 1|
|Fall - Standard||Flex & Full-Time Cohorts||June 1||June 1|
|Spring||Flex Cohorts only||October 1||October 1|
|Summer I||Flex & Full-Time Cohorts||No Admission||No Admission|
|Summer II||Flex & Full-Time Cohorts||No Admission||No Admission|
The items required for admission consideration are listed below. Additional information for applicants with international credentials can be found on our international web pages.
Transcripts & GPA
- baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited university
- a copy of an official transcript from each institution where course credit was granted
- a competitive GPA in your last 60 hours of undergraduate course work (plus any completed graduate courses)
Review important information about transcripts. Official transcripts, sent directly from your institution, will be required if admission is granted.
- responses to specific essay questions
- resume/CV detailing your work experience, extracurricular and community activities, and honors and achievements
- two letters of recommendation from persons best able to assess your ability to succeed in graduate school
Read additional information about the program's admissions review process.
Review important information about documents, including the submission instructions for using the Graduate Admissions Document Upload tool (GADU). You will have access to GADU after you submit your ApplyTexas application and activate your Texas State NetID.
TOEFL or IELTS Scores
Applicants are required to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores that meet the minimum program requirements below unless they have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited U.S. institution or the equivalent from a country on our exempt countries list.
- official TOEFL iBT scores required with a 78 overall and minimum individual module scores of
- 19 listening
- 19 reading
- 19 speaking
- 18 writing
- official IELTS (academic) scores required with a 6.5 overall and
- minimum individual module scores of 6.0
This program does not offer admission if the scores above are not met.
Review important information about official test scores.
Admissions Review Process
Admission to all graduate business degree programs is competitive and designed to identify those who have the ability, interest, and maturity to manage the rigors of the programs as well as potential for future professional growth; therefore, the admissions committee will carefully consider all aspects of your professional and academic background. The admissions committee will also closely review the qualitative elements of your application, such as letters of recommendation, quality of written essays, relevant work experience, extracurricular and community activities, honors and achievements, and other personal characteristics that will enhance diversity in academic programs.