Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business has the vision to impact change in corporations on a global scale and the ever-evolving world of business. To accomplish this, Neeley must focus all of their educational tools and resources on developing every student into ethical innovators and influential leaders with a global business perspective. The results-driven, values-centered, AACSB-accredited degree programs motivate and prepare students to go out with confidence and competency and succeed in the competitive marketplace.
Students receive exceptional instruction from highly dedicated and qualified faculty who can be attentive to every student. They begin pursuing a Bachelors in Business Administration in Business Information Systems, Accounting, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Marketing, Management, Supply & Value Chain Management, and Finance with an optional concentration in Real Estate. All business majors are required to obtain the Microsoft Office certification.
The Full-time Masters in Business Administration can be completed in just one year. It can be individualized to fit talents, experience, and career goals in concentrated areas like marketing, finance, management, or supply chain, or emphasizing a specific industry like health care, energy, entrepreneurship, real estate, or consulting. The Professional MBA is accessible to the working professional and is completed in the evenings. There is an Executive MBA, an Energy MBA, a Health Care MBA, and a Masters in Supply Chain Management, as well. Also, the Educational Leadership Program combines an MBA with a Doctor of Education dual degree.
Employers like to hire people who have gained a robust multicultural perspective and have first-hand experience with global business. Undergraduate students have the privilege of studying abroad with their professors to places like China, London, Spain, France, Amsterdam, and Germany. MBA students can meet with leaders in businesses in countries like Italy, Chile, China, and India.
Professionalism is one of the essential factors to learn in the educational process. The Professional Development Center offers countless resources like resume prep, interview skill-building, networking opportunities, honest critique, help to find internships, and connecting students with mentorships.
Students also practice professionalism along with gaining leadership and service experience through the campus student organizations. These groups include the Capital Markets Club, Graduate Entrepreneurship Organization, Net Impact, Supply Chain Club, Consulting Club, Energy Club, MBA Marketing Association, Data Analytics Club, Health Care Club, and the National Association of Women MBAs.
Purposeful and productive hands-on experience happens throughout the coursework like helping manage one of the first, and now one of our country’s largest investment portfolios run by students, and also participating in national case competitions. Due to the 10,000 corporations located throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area, students get the opportunity to have face time with executives from all levels of business. They consult on real-world projects, brainstorm with, and have lunch with business leaders from nonprofits and start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.