We encourage prospective students to compare the cost of the McCoy College graduate programs to other AACSB-accredited schools. In doing so you'll see the costs for graduate business programs at Texas State University are extremely competitive, and in some cases the cost of our entire program is lower than the cost per semester at other schools. Coupled with our world-class faculty, locations in both San Marcos and Round Rock, and our elite accreditation, we hope the McCoy College of Business is at the top of your list.
While we do our very best to provide accurate information, we encourage you to look at the official university Cost of Attendance for details and updated information. Tuition and fee rates can vary based on student program, instructional method or campus location. Please note the amounts in the table below include tuition and fees but do not include the cost of living expenses or textbooks. All McCoy graduate students are subject to the McCoy Graduate Program Fee of $150 per credit hour, which is included in the estimated program costs table below.
Our goal is to provide you with clear pricing information so you can make an informed decision. If you have any questions about the cost of attending graduate school please don't hesitate to contact us.
Estimated Total Program Costs
Based on Texas State Graduate Tuition Rates for Fall 2023
PROGRAMMBA - Cohort
PROGRAMMBA - Flex
PROGRAMMBA - Flex with Concentration
* Pending approval.
MBA Cohort cost based on schedule of 10 credit hours in the fall semester, 10 in the spring semester, 6 in the summer semester, and 10 in the second fall semester.
MBA Flex cost based on schedule of 7 credit hours in the fall semester, 7 in the spring semester, six in the summer semester, 7 in the second fall semester, six in the second spring semester, and 3 in the second summer semester. MBA Flex with Concentration is the same except the second summer semester is allotted 6 credit hours.
MAcy, MSDAIS, MSMRA, and MSQFE costs are based on a schedule of 9 credit hours in the fall semester, 9 in the spring semester, 6 in the summer semester, and 6 in the second fall semester.
International and Out-of-State Students: There are generally two ways to qualify for resident rates: 1) applying for and being granted a "competitive scholarship" or 2) working as a graduate assistant. You can read more about both here.
A Note Regarding Program Duration & Cost: Each semester you are enrolled at Texas State you will incur certain fees (transportation fee, student health center fee, etc.). If you choose to spread your classes out over a longer period of time you will pay more fees.