Mays Business School

Mays Business School at Texas A&M University is one of the top leading business schools in the United States, with outstanding reputation for its undergraduate program, MBA program, and faculty research contributions.

Mays Business School has the following research centers: Center for Executive Development (CED); Center for Human Resource Management (CHRM); Center for International Business Studies (CIBS); Center for the Management of Information Systems (CMIS); Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship (CNVE); Center for Retailing Studies (CRS); Real Estate Center (REC); Reliant Energy Trading Center (RTC).

Ranking Profile:

- According to the U.S. News & World Report (2010), the Department of Management is tied for 9th among public undergraduate programs (16th overall); the Department of Accounting is tied for 14th among public undergraduate programs (tied 20th overall); the MBA Program is tied for 14th among public business schools (tied 33rd overall).

- According to the Financial Times MBA Rankings (2010), Mays is rated 19th in world for "Best Value for Money", and 20th in world for "Employment at Three Months".

- The Department of Information and Operations Management is tied for 3rd (public) for scope of program (Tied 4th overall), AMR Research - Leading U.S. Supply Chain Programs (2009).

- Placed among Top 50 worldwide for executive MBA program by BusinessWeek (2009).

- Rated 5th for public graduate accounting program, 7th for public undergraduate program, and 11th for public doctoral program in the Public Accounting Report’s 27th Annual Professors Survey (2008).

- Tied for 33rd overall in the US News ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools (2008).

- 61st globally in the FT Global MBA Rankings (2008).