Flex MBA

Master of Business Administration
at Texas State University

MBA in Texas

36-hour MBA program with six concentrations, designed for the working professional.

Flexible Business
Graduate Program

The 36-hour MBA flex program is customizable, allowing you to attend either full-time or part-time, with the ability to change as your needs evolve. The program also offers optional concentrations that can be pursued to further specialize your skillset. Courses are offered exclusively in the evening during the fall and spring semesters to accommodate the hectic schedules of most working professionals, offered at both our San Marcos and Round Rock campuses.

Six Concentrations

  • Computer Information Systems
  • Engineering Technology 
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Human Resource Management 
  • International Business
  • Supply Chain Management

Tier 1

Global MBA

CEO Magazine ranks the our MBA programs among the world's best for learning environment, class size, tuition, faculty, and more.

54 %

increase in salary
after graduation

Our MBA graduates who continue with the same employer have seen dramatic salary increases of more than $25,000.


average salary
within 3 months
of graduation

Eighty percent of our MBA grads are employed within 3 months, and those remaining at the same company report an average income of $76,300.

Program Details

Students in class
Avery Building at the Round Rock campus
Students studying outdoors at night
McCoy Hall at San Marcos campus
Thibault Gehin

Through pursuing an MBA, enhancing my capacity for leadership and decision-making topped my priority list. By working on genuine projects alongside peers in various collaborative platforms, engaging with different organizations of varied backgrounds, and applying concepts acquired via coursework — all played significant roles in molding me into an increasingly effective leader, achieving success in fulfilling the said objectives.

MBA Class of 2023
Supply Chain Data Analyst, Vox Elements

Your Next Steps

The McCoy College of Business at Texas State University is accredited by the the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). For more than a century, AACSB accreditation has been synonymous with the highest standards in business education. McCoy College's Department of Accounting holds an additional AACSB accreditation. Fewer than 200 universities worldwide earn accreditations in both business and accounting.

AACSB accreditation logos for business and accounting

Flex MBA

Nina Camacho
Office of the Dean
McCoy Hall 530