I am in my first year at TAMUC, working towards acquiring my MBA online. Although there were some hiccups initially getting me set up for my first course, it all came together fine in the end and I have a good professor. The AACSB accreditation and lower costs help give this university an edge over others.
It was pretty tough. The degree I received was an MBA. Some of the courses required a significant amount of writing. Many courses had a lot of math including calculus. As expected there were good professors and a few bad ones. The cost was outstanding with AACSB accreditation. If you are serious about getting an MBA this is probably one of the best schools you can find.
TAMU-C offers a MBA program catered to the busy individual with experience in management. Initially, I thought the classes were moderate in relation to the work load; however, professors at this in university challenge your willingness to suceed at times. While the reward will become of use when relating to real corporate issues, in many cases two classes is all a working adult can handle in one session. I obtained my BSIT from University of Phoenix and the expectations at TAMU-C are definitely above UOP's standards. Additionally, TAMU-C is affordable; on the other hand, the professor will not hold your hand throughout a course. Self-motivation, organization, and willpower will assist a student in reaching their diploma. In one of my four classes in a semester I had to write nearly 60 pages consisting of cases, research papers, journals, DQ's, in addition to class on Video and team meetings. Again I warn you, while learning will take place, be prepared to WORK for your grade.
Texas A&M has a great reputation. It's known for being one of the better schools in Texas, and they have very flexible yet challenging programs. They also offer live classes at multiple locations that can be great if you're in the area!