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You may be battle-tested — but are you ready for business?

The leap from military life to corporate career can be tricky, but TCU has a track record of helping students make the transition.

TCU’s stand-and-deliver philosophy — heavy on real-world business experiences — is a perfect complement to the leadership you developed through military service. It’s a way to transform your resume with real results gained from managing a million-dollar investment fund, consulting with corporations on the viability of new products and brainstorming business solutions in front of Fortune 500 VPs.

TCU is recognized by the Graduate Management Admission Council as a military-friendly institution. We waive the application fee for military personnel and provide priority consideration for scholarships. If you’re deployed in the middle of your degree program, we’ll work with you on a revised graduation plan.

Marc Ortiz, VP of prime brokerage operations at Goldman Sachs, made the transition from combat zone to corporate office thanks to his TCU MBA.

“My leadership, people and soft skills were strong due to the leadership positions I held in the Army, but I was missing the technical knowledge behind accounting, finance and marketing, to name a few business areas,” he said. “I wanted to learn how businesses make decisions.”

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