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You don’t have to wait until graduation to start reaping rewards; you’ll learn things in class you can implement immediately.
We’ve strategically structured our program with research on today’s most effective leaders – including insights from leadership development experts Korn/Ferry.
It’s not just about the professors you’ll have or the classes you’ll take. It’s about living every moment of the experience to its fullest.
Time may seem like the biggest barrier between you and an MBA, but there are ways the Neeley program makes it easier to find balance.
Vision: To develop a community of leaders who are motivated to create shared value for business and the global society through innovation and agile strategic leadership.
Mission: Our mission is to remain the top ranked EMBA program in the Southwest U.S. focused on developing agile strategic leaders through innovative integrated curriculum and programs by attracting driven leaders from diverse backgrounds and industries.
The Economist ranks the TCU Neeley EMBA as #1 in Texas, #8 in the United States, and #18 overall in the world.
Amidst all of the uncertainty
surrounding COVID-19, our students can rely on the TCU Neeley Executive MBA program to continue providing a consistent, yet flexible, learning
experience. Our professors and current students haven't missed a beat, and we are actively accepting applications for our Fall 2020 cohort. The University is closely monitoring the situation and provides regular
updates on the status of our campus. Please contact Kevin Davis at 817-257-4681 or email@example.com if you have questions regarding the TCU Neeley EMBA program’s response to
the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daniel Pullin, new dean at the TCU Neeley School of
Business, saw great success as dean of the business school at the University of
Oklahoma, and himself earned an MBA at Harvard. But he says there’s something special
about TCU Neeley.
The Neeley Executive MBA program has been ranked No. 8 in
the nation and No. 18 in the world by The Economist – which is probably
why several of our students travel here from outside the DFW Metroplex. One
student flew all the way from New Jersey every other week for classes – he said
the flight time was actually a great opportunity to get all his homework done.
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Chris Bryant '14
The sky's the limit for Chris Bryant '14, who just rose from safety director of the northwest region for Air Methods to vice president of operations and safety at Lohman Helicopter LLC.
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