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use YOUR EXPERTISE AS A VETERAN

Give yourself a career boost with an MBA by taking 10 courses with other veterans and active military personnel. Designed to be affordable and flexible, the program enables you to learn new skills and apply your valuable military competencies to a business career. You will gain the knowledge, confidence and practical tools you need to compete in the marketplace.

This program is designed to be completed in one year, and you can even utilize the following VA education benefits to help pay for this program:

  • Post-9/11
  • Montgomery G.I. Bill
  • Ch. 31 VR&E
  • Hazlewood Act
  • Ch.1606 MGIB-SR
  • Military Tuition Assistance
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Where It Is Offered Dallas, Online
Duration 1 year
Foreign Language No foreign language credits required
Delivery Face-To-Face, Fully Online
Total Credit Hours 30 hours
Thesis Requirements No thesis required

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MBA Veterans Cohort :: Program costs

Use your military benefits

The tuition and fees for a graduate student in the College of Business taking nine credit hours is $3,820 for a Texas resident and $7,500 for a non-resident. You can utilize your military benefits to pay for the program. If you have questions about your benefits our how we can assist you, contact [email protected]

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MBA Veterans Cohort :: Veterans benefits

We are committed to veterans

Soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines are an important part of our legacy at A&M-Commerce. We appreciate your service and sacrifice, and we are committed to your successful transition from military to civilian life. This commitment includes helping you build on your strengths so you can achieve the degree you deserve.

Our Office of Veterans and Military Services can fill you in on all you need to succeed at TAMUC, including the admissions procedure, benefits, a GI comparison tool and more!

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MBA Veterans Cohort :: Selling Points

Program advantages

  • 8-week terms: Expedited terms allow students to focus on one topic at a time. During these courses, you will be able to synchronously join live during class time online.
  • Study with other veterans and active military members: A lock-step approach promotes an esprit de corps. We will host several events to bring the group together.
  • Affordability: A&M-Commerce offers one of the most affordable MBA options in Texas, and you can utilize your VA benefits to help cover the cost.
  • Flexibility: Two of the 10 courses are electives, allowing students to select any of our graduate courses.
  • Use of military experience: Courses will be taught with the understanding that many concepts have already been learned in the military but need to be recontextualized for the business landscape.
  • Job placement services: Prior to graduation, we will host a job fair with military recruiters and a networking event with military veteran alumni to help with career advancement and job placement.
  • In-person and online courses: Active military personnel and veterans may choose from face-to-face classes at our new Dallas site (8750 North Central Expressway) or online classes. All classes will be presented in a hybrid format, allowing students to attend class in person or online.
  • Large alumni network: A&M Commerce is a 135-year-old institution with a large alumni family that is willing to help graduates find jobs.
  • Diverse faculty (veteran, corporate and academic): The faculty teaching in this program are a mix of veterans, professionals with corporate experience and researchers, providing students a comprehensive educational experience.
  • Personal touch: We intend to keep this cohort relatively small and tight-knit to ensure optimal learning and engagement.
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Curriculum

Prerequisite for Non-Business Undergrad Majors

Prerequisite for Non-Business Undergrad Majors:

Get your basics. Don’t have an undergraduate degree in business? No problem, we’ve got you covered.

  • Statistics (ECO 502)

*Note, this course must be taken prior to the start of the Fall 2022 semester so that all students are at the same level when the cohort begins.

Core MBA Courses

Core MBA Courses:

Develop Professional Skills. Dive into topics like economics, finance, monetary management, and marketing management covered in the core courses.

  • Applied Business Research (ECO 595)
  • Managerial Economics (ECO 562)
  • Advanced Managerial Accounting (ACCT 525)
  • Financial Management (FIN 504)
  • Business Analytics for Managers (BUSA 511)
  • Management and Organizational Behavior (MGT 585)
  • Marketing Management (MKT 521)
  • Strategic Management (MGT 527)

Electives

Electives:

Make it your own. Customize your degree with electives covering a wide range of business subjects.

  • 2 Courses from COB Catalog

Note: These elective courses will not be taken with your cohort to offer you the flexibility to customize/tailor your program.

Available Minors

Available Minors (4 Courses):

Invest in your future. Stand out from the crowd by adding a minor to your degree.

  • Accounting
  • Agribusiness
  • Business Analytics
  • Cyber Security
  • Digital Marketing
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Financial Planning
  • Economics of U.S. Healthcare
  • Marketing
  • Marketing Analytics
  • Corporate Management
  • Real Estate

general Course Sequence

Blended (Tuesday nights, 6:15-8:55 p.m.)Online
Fall 1ECO 562 – Managerial EconomicsBUSA 511 – Business Analytics for Managers
Fall 2ECO 595 – Applied Business ResearchMKT 521 – Marketing Management
Spring 1ACCT 525 – Advanced Managerial AccountingMKT 585 – Management and Organizational Behavior
Spring 2MGT 527 – Strategic ManagementFIN 504 – Financial Management
Summer 1MGT 575 – Operations Management (elective)
Summer 2MGT 583 – Seminar in Leadership (elective)

Notes

  • In-person (blended) courses will be held Tuesday nights beginning at 6:15 p.m. at the A&M-Commerce Dallas site.
  • You will register for specific course sections designated as “Veterans Only”
  • If you fail an in-person (blended) course, you may take it again online.
  • MGT 527 is considered a capstone course and should be taken near the end of the program. This course includes a comprehensive exam.
  • You may contact your advisor if exceptions to the above schedule are needed.
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MBA Veterans Cohort :: Practical Applications

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

An MBA degree will offer you the opportunity to:

  • Learn how to use the important statistical tools needed to analyze data that result in strong decision-making.
  • Apply your leadership ability to the corporate context by honing your influence and conflict resolution skills.
  • Make strong financial decisions with knowledge in reporting, risk analysis and capital budgeting.
  • Develop strategies that lead to a competitive advantage.
  • Learn how to gather, analyze, and present data for better decision-making.
  • Learn about buyer behavior and developing a strategic marketing plan to gain an edge over the competition.
  • Understand how to read the external and internal environments and develop strategies that lead to a competitive advantage
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Business Administration (MBA) :: 1.07 Careers

Careers

An MBA degree from A&M-Commerce is designed to challenge and sustain your intellectual curiosity while providing the general and specialized knowledge necessary for professional success, personal growth and responsible citizenship. You’ll learn how to identify problems, research information, quantitatively analyze data, and successfully implement solutions that create value while collaborating on diverse teams.

Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries

Sales
Manager
$115,000
Management
Analyst
$81,000
Financial
Manager
$120,000
Human Resource
Manager
$107,000
IT Systems
Manager
$135,000

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veterans-cohort :: Business Administration MBA Admissions Requirements

Admission

Deadlines

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Note: The GRE or GMAT is not required to be accepted into this program.

Your Path to Becoming a Lion

Step 1. Submit Application

Submit your application at tamuc.edu/apply.

  • Select “Create a new graduate school admissions application.”
  • Select “Texas A&M University-Commerce (Commerce)” as your “Target University.”

  • Select “Business Administration, MBA” as your “Major.”
  • Pay the $50 application fee.

Wait to receive an application confirmation email before proceeding to the next step.

  • After you submit your application, the Graduate School will send a confirmation email within two business days to the personal email account you used for ApplyTexas.

Provisional Status

After you submit your application, you may be granted provisional status, which means you can enroll in one semester of courses. You will not be eligible for financial aid until you submit all of your documents and are accepted into the program.

Step 2. Submit Documents

Submit the following documents after you receive an application confirmation email.

Official Transcripts

Contact your previous institution(s) and request that they send your official transcripts to [email protected].

  • We recommend that you request transcripts for all of your academic work.

All international transcripts must be evaluated and the evaluation submitted to the Graduate School.

We accepts evaluations sent directly from the following Agencies.

  • If a normal evaluation is submitted, official original transcripts with all marksheets will still need to be submitted.
  • If a WES ICAP or equivalent is submitted, we will not need the official transcripts to be submitted separately.
Postal Alternative

If your institution is unable to submit a digital copy, hard copies may be mailed to:

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Attn: Graduate School
PO Box 3011
Commerce, Texas 75429-3011

We will need official/original documents. If those documents are the only copies you have, the Graduate School can mail them back to you upon request. Contact [email protected] for more information.

One Letter of Recommendation

Request one signed letter of recommendation, on letterhead, from a professional who can attest to your goals and ability to succeed in the program. That individual should:

Postal Alternative

If you are unable to submit a digital copy, hard copies may be mailed to:

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Attn: Graduate School
PO Box 3011
Commerce, Texas 75429-3011

Personal Statement

Describe your preparation for graduate work and your academic interests and goals in no more than 500 words.

Resume or CV

Submit a resume or curriculum vitae (CV) which includes your academic and professional history and achievements.

Look for application updates in myLeo > Apps > Check Application Status

  • Once an admission decision has been made, you will receive an email to your student email account at myLeo > Apps > Leomail.

Step 3. Apply for Financial Assistance

  • Apply for scholarships and graduate assistantships once you are admitted.
  • Apply for financial aid by submitting a FAFSA and sending it to school code 003565.
  • Contact your financial aid advisor with any questions.

Step 4. Register for Classes

Once registration opens and you are eligible to enroll, your graduate enrollment specialist will contact you to complete registration.

  • View your degree plan in DegreeWorks.
  • To register for classes, go to myLeo > Student Resources > Registration Menu.

Contact your graduate enrollment specialist if you have any questions regarding your degree plan and registration.

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MBA Veteran's Cohort :: Veteran employee spotlight

Our Veteran faculty and staff are here to assist you!

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DEPARTMENT CONTACT

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Contact Us

  • P.O. Box 3011
  • Commerce, TX 75429-3011

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