Texas A&M: Texas A&M Full-Time MBA Recognized In Fortune Ranking

Texas A&M’s Full-Time MBA (FTMBA) program has been named the No. 25 program in the nation and No. 9 among publics, according to the inaugural 2022 rankings released by Fortune.

The methodology used includes a heavily weighted outcome score (65 percent; including median base salary, mean base salary and job placement rate), brand score (25 percent; based on Fortune/Ipsos brand survey to hiring managers, March 2021), and Fortune 1000 score (10 percent; number of MBA alumni in C-suite and MBA graduates in Fortune 1000 organizations).

“Our whole team is extremely excited about this ranking outcome because our main focus is getting the right faculty and the right students engaged in the MBA program at Texas A&M,” said Arvind Mahajan, associate dean for graduate programs for Mays Business School. “The rankings are another data point that show we are making progress to ‘Advance the World’s Prosperity,’ which is Mays Business School’s vision. We are fortunate to have the incredible Aggie Network that actively recruits our graduates, bringing them into world-class organizations, altering their careers and lives.”

Texas A&M’s 18-month FTMBA program works to provide each student with individualized experiences that emphasize effective leadership practices, school officials said, adding that the program helps students learn to manage challenges, time and resources.

“We at Mays Business School take pride in the ability of our students, faculty and staff to contribute positively to companies and the broader society through their dedicated efforts. This top 10 U.S. public program ranking from Fortune provides evidence of the quality of our program and certainly the talent of our students,” said Duane Ireland, interim dean for Mays Business School. “Important to the accomplishments of our FTMBA program is our decision to center the activities of our graduate programs’ office around student success. Our staff and faculty collaborate to identify ways to support our students in their drive to learn and grow as a means of enhancing their professional and personal lives.”

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