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The McCoy Graduate School of Business at Texas State University launches this Fall a two-year, full-time MBA program in San Marcos, Texas, midway between San Antonio and Austin along Interstate 35.
Classes meet on afternoon and evening for 22 months. Though the program doesn't offer any emphasis or concentrations, professional development modules are offered through guest lectures, panel discussions and business etiquette training. Students will have to complete an internship during the Summer term.
Courses of the curriculum include Organizational Behavior and Theory, Managerial Finance, Strategic Management, Information Technology in the Digital Economy and Marketing.
Texas State University already offers a part-time MBA program with emphasis in Computer Information Systems, Engineering Technology, Health Administration, Human Resource Management, and International Business in Round Rock and San Marcos.