Top Part-time MBA Programs in Texas

By | April 20, 2019

We have found 22 business schools in Texas that offer part-time MBA programs leading to an Master of Business Administration degree. Check the following list to see average GMAT score, acceptance rate and total enrollment for each of Texas MBA universities.

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List of Top MBA Schools in Texas

Rank MBA Schools
1 University of Texas–Austin (McCombs)
Acceptance rate: 0.754
Part-time Enrollment: 197
Average GMAT score: 643
Location: Austin, TX
2 Rice University (Jones)
Acceptance rate: 0.741
Part-time Enrollment: 250
Average GMAT score: 623
Location: Houston, TX
3 Southern Methodist University (Cox)
Acceptance rate: 0.712
Part-time Enrollment: 360
Average GMAT score: 601
Location: Dallas, TX
4 University of Texas–Dallas
Acceptance rate: 0.604
Part-time Enrollment: 724
Average GMAT score: 646
Location: Richardson, TX
5 University of Houston (Bauer)
Acceptance rate: 0.82
Part-time Enrollment: 714
Average GMAT score: 582
Location: Houston, TX
6 Texas Christian University (Neeley)
Acceptance rate: 0.744
Part-time Enrollment: 127
Average GMAT score: 570
Location: Fort Worth, TX
7 University of Texas–San Antonio
Acceptance rate: 0.477
Part-time Enrollment: 156
Average GMAT score: 595
Location: San Antonio, TX
8 Texas Tech University (Rawls)
Acceptance rate: 0.735
Part-time Enrollment: 540
Average GMAT score: 538
Location: Lubbock, TX
9 University of Texas–Arlington
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 355
Average GMAT score: 497
Location: Arlington, TX
10 University of North Texas
Acceptance rate: 0.287
Part-time Enrollment: 639
Average GMAT score: 528
Location: Denton, TX
11 St. Mary’s University (Greehey)
Acceptance rate: 0.64
Part-time Enrollment: 43
Average GMAT score: 595
Location: San Antonio, TX
12 Texas A&M International University
Acceptance rate: 1
Part-time Enrollment: 172
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Laredo, TX
13 Texas State University–San Marcos (McCoy)
Acceptance rate: 0.853
Part-time Enrollment: 335
Average GMAT score: 549
Location: San Marcos, TX
14 Texas A&M University–Commerce
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 665
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Commerce, TX
15 Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi
Acceptance rate: 0.86
Part-time Enrollment: 180
Average GMAT score: 491
Location: Corpus Christi, TX
16 Lamar University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 56Average GMAT score: 446
Location: Beaumont, TX
17 Prairie View A&M University
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 149
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: Prairie View, TX
18 University of Houston–Clear Lake
Acceptance rate: 0.53
Part-time Enrollment: 418
Average GMAT score: 498
Location: Houston, TX
19 University of Houston–Victoria
Acceptance rate: 0.663
Part-time Enrollment: 751
Average GMAT score: 434
Location: Victoria, TX
20 University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 74
Average GMAT score: 511
Location: Odessa, TX
21 University of Texas–El Paso
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 121
Average GMAT score: N/A
Location: El Paso, TX
22 University of Texas–Pan American
Acceptance rate: N/A
Part-time Enrollment: 120
Average GMAT score: 420
Location: Edinburg, TX

Part-time MBA Programs in Texas

National parks in Texas

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is located in western Texas on the border with the state of New Mexico. On the territory of the park there is the highest point of the “Lone Star State” – Mount Guadalupe Peak, as well as El Capitan Rock, which was an important landmark on the post stagecoach route in the fifties and sixties of the XIX century.

On the territory of the park you can see a variety of landscapes: from saline deserts and steppes to hills cut by canyons and mountains overgrown with coniferous forests. There are also several historical sites here, including the ruins of a stagecoach station and a ranch founded in the seventies of the XIX century, which now houses a museum.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park was established in 1972.

Big Bend National Park is located in southwestern Texas and is named after the large bend in the Rio Grande (“Big Bend” – “Big Bend”) that flows through the park and serves as the border between the United States and Mexico.

Big Bend Park is one of the largest reserves in the United States with a unique desert ecosystem; more than one thousand two hundred species of plants grow on its territory; hundreds of species of birds, dozens of species of animals and reptiles live here. In addition, several historical objects are located on the territory of the park: from archaeological excavations to artifacts of the relatively recent past. There are several roads and walking trails in the park.

Big Bend National Park was founded in 1944, before (since 1933) it had the status of a state park.

National Monuments in Texas

Elibates Flint Quarries is an archaeological site in the north of the state: shallow quarries where for centuries the Indians who lived in the region mined flint, which was used as spear points and for making various tools.

The Waco Mammoth is a paleontological site and museum in the city of Waco, where the fossilized remains of twenty-four Colombian mammoths and other animals from the Pleistocene era were discovered.

National Wildlife Refuge in Texas

Big Ticket (“Big Thicket”) is a reserve in southeast Texas with extremely diverse ecosystems (forests of various types, prairies, wetlands, etc.) and very rich flora and fauna.

National Historic Landmarks (Places) in Texas

Located next to the town of Fort Davis of the same name, built in 1854 to protect the US southwestern border and important trade routes.