Out of State: 23k for first year, 8k for first semester of second year
Living Expense etc.: See link below for a sense of expenses in the region.
Since the second semester of the second year is optional, students can save several thousand dollars in tuition.
In addition, the list price of 2005-2006 is quite low for in-state students, about 12k for the first year.
Texas A&M ranked #22 in FT05 for value for the money, one of the very best of US MBA programs and better than Georgia Tech, Tulane, Arizona, SMU Cox, Arizona State, Texas-Austin, and Rice.