Each year, the Neeley School of Business makes a significant investment in technology for use throughout the school. In 2010-2011 the Neeley full-time MBA program reviewed their curriculum, making adjustments and additions according to student needs. The 54-hour full-time program now consists of 25.5 hours of broad, but integrated core study and 28.5 hours of electives. Students may concentrate on one of four functional areas (accounting, finance, marketing and supply chain) or a completely customized concentration. “Emphases” in consulting, energy, health care, real estate, and entrepreneurship are also available. The 36-credit hour Accelerated program is a subset of the full-time curriculum; a minimum of 9 hours of core study is required. An MBA degree from Neeley School of Business at TCU is more than the sum of semester hours. It is a living and learning experience.
About Texas Christian University, Neeley School of Business
An MBA degree from the Neeley School of Business at TCU is a living and learning experience that grows from our mission: to educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.
Neeley’s consulting program, investment fund, case competitions and other stand-and-deliver programs put students to the test.
Our classes are global in scope, but small by design. Students have a voice in every discussion and learn the practical side of business through real-world case studies. Professors draw on their corporate experience and research strengths to bring the latest business knowledge to classes.
Most challenging achievements and the future
Experiential Learning. Students apply what they learn in the classroom in programs such as Neeley & Associates Consulting, Neeley Connections live company cases, C-Level Confidential dinners with CEO’s, and competitive case competitions at Neeley and throughout the country. Our students work on paid consulting teams for corporate clients like PepsiCo or Walmart, and take part in live cases with senior executives from companies like Deloitte or IBM.
Global Perspective. All students participate in a Global Business course and seventy-two percent participate in at least one international experience in locations such as Chile, China, India, Italy, South Africa, and the Dominican Republic.
Our goals for the future include: expand on experiential learning opportunities, continue to offer and develop leading-edge curriculum, and seek opportunities and experiences that will give students a broader knowledge of business and open doors for them professionally.
The Neeley School provides unique opportunities for MBA students to think outside boundaries, shift resources, discover trends, eliminate obstacles, and flourish where others may not.
The Values and Ventures Program supports students who develop business plans that integrate personal ethics and corporate values with innovation and creativity associated with commercializing appropriate intellectual property.
Study Abroad courses give our students first-hand insight into how the business world is intricately linked. Our students travel to China, Chile, Africa and other emerging markets to broaden their minds and challenge their assumptions.
The Educational Investment Fund, founded in 1973 and operated by TCU MBAs and undergraduates, is a $1.2 million endowment that has allowed students to learn social responsibility alongside money management.
Our Graduate Career Service Center works year-round to enhance student marketability. Students expand their professional toolkit by working with leadership coaches, networking with CEOs and polishing presentation skills through our Professional Development Center.
Unique selling points
- Neeley School of Business is Personal.
- Neeley School of Business is Connected.
- Neeley School of Business is Real.
Neeley School of Business at TCU (Texas Christian University)
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