Mays Executive MBA Program
The Mays Business School offers an Executive MBA Program (EMBA) leading to the degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA) for working professionals with significant professional and managerial experience. Selected EMBA participants only are eligible to enroll in the Mays Executive MBA Program courses.
The Mays Executive MBA Program is a lock-step program. All course enrollments are handled through the Mays Executive MBA Program Office. The Mays EMBA Program class sessions are held at CityCentre III in Houston, Texas. It is required that all class sessions must be attended by participants in person on the scheduled Friday and Saturday weekends, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Details regarding the Mays EMBA Program may be obtained by contacting the Mays EMBA Program Office or at the website http://mays.tamu.edu/executive-mba/. The Mays EMBA Program is a non-thesis degree for which a final oral examination is not required. Admission to the program is in the fall semester only. The Mays Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) at all program levels.
GMAT and TOEFL Requirements
Students in the Mays Executive MBA Program are exempt from the GMAT and TOEFL but these scores may be used to satisfy English Proficiency requirements.
- Student's Advisory Committee
- Degree Plan
- Credit Requirements
- Transfer of Credit
- Limitations on the Use of Transfer, Extension and Certain Other Courses
- Final Examination
The Mays Executive MBA participant’s advisory committee consists of the Director of the Mays EMBA Program or the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs within the Mays Business School. The Director or the Associate Dean has the responsibility of approving the proposed degree plan for EMBA participants. When necessary, recommendations in cases of academic deficiency will be made to the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies.
The degree plan must be completed and filed by the Mays EMBA Program office with the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies following the deadline imposed by the participant’s college and no later than dates announced in the OGAPS calendar of deadlines for graduation.
The course requirements for the Mays Executive MBA Program degree consist of 45 credit hours. No options are provided for completing a certificate program or additional courses beyond the degree requirements.
The transfer of credit for Mays EMBA courses is not accepted because of the nature and structure of the Mays Executive MBA Program curriculum.
The use of such courses is not permitted within the Mays Executive MBA Program curriculum.
For non-distance degree programs, no more than 50 percent of the credit hours required for the program may be completed through distance education courses.
A final oral examination is not required for the Executive Master of Business Administration degree.
To maintain good academic standing and to be eligible for graduation, a Mays Executive MBA Program participant must maintain a cumulative 3.000 GPR in the Mays Executive MBA Program curriculum, and he/she must not have any unabsolved grades of D, F, or U on any course on his/her degree plan. To absolve deficient grades, the student must repeat the course at Texas A&M University attaining a final grade of C or better. A student failing to attain or maintain a cumulative 3.000 GPR by the end of the next term may be dismissed from the program. The Director of the Mays Executive MBA Program and the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs will evaluate all scholastic probation participants at the end of each of the program’s terms and take appropriate action. When necessary, recommendations regarding the blocking of a student from further enrollment will be made to the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies.
An EMBA participant who withdraws or is dismissed from the Mays Executive MBA Program may not reenter the program. An exception may be granted in the case of voluntary withdrawal in good academic standing with prior written approval at the time of withdrawal from the Director of the Mays Executive MBA Program and the Associate Dean for Graduate Programs. A participant who withdraws or who is dismissed from the program after the deadline for refund will not receive any refund of tuition and fees.
For information on applying for your degree, please visit the Graduation section.