Applying for Programs    

Current TAMUG students majoring in Maritime Business Administration can apply to the 3+2 Master of Maritime Business Administration program using the 3+2 Application.

All other students can apply for the thesis (research) or non-thesis (professional) track using the GraduateCAS application. Non-thesis master’s students may also apply for the License Option. Please see Graduate CAS Application Procedure below for detailed instructions.

GraduateCAS Application Procedure    

Application
Application

Please create an account and fill out your GraduateCAS application form online. Please remember that you are limited to one program application per admissions semester. Applications are not accepted for summer entry.

Application Fee
Application Fee

To complete the application process in Graduate CAS, you must pay the application fee of $89 for U.S. students or $114 for international students. The application site accepts credit card payments only. Please note refunds are not issued for any reason.

Transcripts
Transcripts

Please upload unofficial transcripts to the online application. Official transcripts will only be required upon acceptance into the program.

GMAT Scores - Not Required
GMAT Scores - Not Required

The GMAT exam is no longer required for admission to the program.

If you have already taken the GMAT, you may enter your scores into the GraduateCAS application if desired. International students who plan to use GMAT scores to meet English proficiency requirements must also have an official score report sent to TAMUG.

GMAT scores must be less than five years old and delivered directly from the testing agency to be considered official. Please note it takes 10-15 business days after you receive your scores for TAMUG to receive and process them.

Statement of Purpose
Statement of Purpose

A statement of purpose is a narrative essay that explains your reasons for applying to the program and your professional goals. You can upload your statement of purpose directly into your GraduateCAS application.

Resume/CV
Resume/CV

You may submit either a professional resume or a curriculum vitae (CV). Either document should show your involvement in academia or the workplace. You can upload your resume/CV directly to your GraduateCAS application.

Letters of Recommendation
Letters of Recommendation

All applicants must enter the names and email addresses of three recommenders in the Program Materials section of the application.* Letters of recommendation help the admissions committee learn more about you from the perspective of former professors. If it has been some time since you attended school, you may request recommendations from employers instead. Enter contact information about recommenders in the Program Materials sections of the application, and they will receive an invitation to submit their letter.

 

* All recommenders must complete their recommendations in the application portal by the application deadline for your application to be considered. It is the applicant’s responsibility to send reminders to recommenders.

Application Deadlines    

Spring 2022

October 1

Fall 2022

May 1

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Financial Information    

For more information about the estimated cost of tuition and fees, please visit the Tuition Calculator.

The financial aid process begins with submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). More information about this process is available from the Office of Financial Aid.

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Additional Resources    

If you have questions or concerns about your admissions application or the application process, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions or contact the Graduate Studies Office at gradstudies@tamug.edu.

 

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