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post #1 of 15 Old 06-18-2010, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Aggies VS. Longhorns

Right now im a student of TAMIU (texas a&m international university). It is located in laredo tx. I want to finish my bachelors degree in TAMIU and then transfer to college station or UT Austin, but i dont know which one is better.
My mayor is Business Administration. I know theres plenty of time left (i am a sophomore) but i want to be ready I want to know which school have the better program. Any single detail would be appreciated

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Does both university offer the MBA (assuming this is what you want after A&M) that you want? What do grads of either schools' program end up doing (placement, job prospects, etc)?

Just look at those kind of things.

The easy answer for me is to say go to Penn State

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Mays Business School at TAMU in college station is among one of the top business schools at a public university.

your already an aggie, DON'T CONVERT!!!!

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but TU's MBA program is ranked higher... i think their football team had something to do about it

check this out:
http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsa...hools/rankings

TU is ranked 16, and TAMU is ranked 33

although you can't spell sTUpid without T.U. (JnH will love this)

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also look at cost:

University of Texas's MBA program cost $26,450 per year
Texas A&M University's MBA program cost $8,136 per year

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also look at cost:

University of Texas's MBA program cost $26,450 per year
Texas A&M University's MBA program cost $8,136 per year
wow thats a big difference
Now i want to hear from a longhorn

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Jekyll's answer

Lets put it like this Both very good Schools

aTm is known for engineering if you are an aggie I dont know why you wouldnt want to finish out there? Especially if you are staying in Texas here the name aTm goes far with managment in companies.

I'm a Longhorn and have been all through my years of schooling.
Texas I will say has a better business school and yes from what it looks like thats your degree however The prices that Aggie redjewel posted if those are correct then why not stay at aTm you dont have to move and it is cheaper ?

Texas is probably more $$$$$$$$ because of how Great there business degree is ( Red McCombs school of business ) how do I know ask me I'm doing Great today .

http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/
http://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/news/m.../about/bio.asp

TEXAS and aTm both are Great schools im looking past the rivalry thing and will also tell you a lot of managment in companies happen to have Aggies at the Helm and that helps get a job sometimes however yes Texas has one of the best in the country business schools around.

Go where you want to go

TEXAS awsome business degree and pull among a lot of companies around.
aTm cheaper , stay where you are and use the pull Aggies give you from other jobs and contiue your tradition and brain washing.


im probably going to give you the most reasonable answer here ( yes I look past the rivalry thing some how )























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Now hydes answer why stay a goat F##king aggie when you can be a Longhorn and be known across the nation j/k stay where you are man and live a dream a lot of people cant getting a education from a good school. TEXAS or aTm either way they are both going to get you somewhere.

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yea yea yea!

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