Henry Musoma, a lecturer in the Undergraduate Special Programs Office at Mays, almost didn’t attend the Regents’ Scholars spring banquet because it was his son’s 2nd birthday, but he went to support his students.
Students and recruiters gave Mays Business School high marks in Bloomberg Businessweek’s recent ranking of undergraduate business programs. Mays tied for 12th among public universities (up from 15th) and tied for 33rd among all U.S. universities (up from 39th). Only 22 public universities were included in the magazine’s Top 50.
Mays Business School was ranked as one of the top 10 U.S. public universities in the “Best Global MBAs for Mexicans” category of Expansión magazine’s latest rankings.
Carl Allegretti, chairman and CEO of Deloitte Tax, may not be an Aggie, but when he spoke to a group of Mays’ Professional Program students, he demonstrated leadership and passion that any Aggie would be proud to emulate.
In his role as a partner at BP Capital in Dallas, Cole Robertson ’03 often finds himself working on multiple projects, deals and transactions simultaneously. Robertson credits his ability to manage these varied demands to the Professional Program at Mays Business School.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranked the Full-Time MBA Program at Mays Business School 7th in the world in their “top schools for ethics” specialty report released recently.
Research is usually something students don’t encounter until they get into junior- or senior-level courses, but Freshman Business Initiative instructor Henry Musoma didn’t think Mays Business School students should have to wait.
In the latest ranking of MBA programs by Bloomberg Businessweek, the Full-Time MBA program from Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School is ranked 10th among public programs in the nation and 26th among all schools. This represents an upward move of one place among U.S. public institutions and four places overall.
The Executive MBA program at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School is moving up the ranks among the top 10 programs offered by U.S. public universities, according to rankings released Monday by Financial Times. The standing of the EMBA program at Texas A&M improved from 10th to 9th place among U.S. public schools.
Mays faculty and staff members celebrated the grand opening of the new facility the evening of Oct. 13 with more than 250 friends of Mays, including Texas A&M Provost Karan Watson and former members of the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents, as well as current and former Texas A&M students and corporate partners.