This is a great program. The instructors are very knowledgeable and helpful and seem motivated to teach. The MBA program is AACSB accredited and the Texas A&M system is pretty reputable. Although I wouldn't consider any of the classes easy but all are definitely passable if one applies oneself. The only negative I found with the program is the student body. It seems that no one is willing to collaborate or help one another. There has been a few times I have reached out to my fellow classmates and gotten back zero responses. I dont know if its the amount of foreign students or the lack of interpersonal interaction experience of some of the people that enroll in the program but this needs to change because most will find that in the real business world collaboration is the only key to success. The "me" attitude will only get you so far as an employee and nowhere as a leader. Although it's no fault to the university, for anyone considering the online MBA with this school, other than the instructors, prepare to be totally on your own with no interaction/ help from your classmates unless assigned to groups.
Absolutely the best degree program I have experienced. The professors are top-notch, the live lectures allow student/teacher interaction, and the course work makes sense. Very proud to be an alumni of this school.
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.