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  • Career Connections

    In business, who you know is as important as what you know.  That’s why TCU works with you to build a personal network of business connections.

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  • Career-related Trips

    Tell us where you want to go. TCU’s career services will help you get there.

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  • Case Competitions

    How do TCU MBAs stack up against the B-school elite? Let’s just say our MBAs enjoy a little healthy competition.

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  • Chartered Financial Analyst

    By incorporating CFA prep into the curriculum as elective courses, TCU helps finance MBAs make their resumes really shine.

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  • Consulting Experience

    TCU’s Neeley & Associates Consulting group gives you extended experience working with worldwide brands as your clients—PepsiCo, Lockheed Martin, Alcon and others—and professional business consultants as your mentors.

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  • Energy Industry Emphasis

    With the energy business flourishing—especially in Texas—many MBAs want to give their resumes a boost by adding TCU’s energy industry emphasis to their resumes.

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  • Integrative Project

    The weeklong business simulation, affectionately known on campus as “the IP,” draws on all you’ve learned — everything from supply chain concepts to financial reporting — and throws curveball after curveball your way.

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  • Internships

    All TCU MBAs complete internships. That’s one reason why they graduate 100-percent ready for today’s global and multifaceted business world.

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  • Neeley and Associates

    Through TCU's Neeley and Associates consulting program, your team will work to transform real businesses.

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  • Neeley Connections

    Peer into the minds of CEOs. In the Neeley Connections program, you’ll experience the challenges they face every day and learn about the thinking process that guides their decisions.

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  • Princeton Review Ranks TCU MBA Students #10

    After surveying thousands of MBA students, The Princeton Review’s Best Business Schools (2011 edition) recognized TCU MBA students at #10 for Most Competitive Students based on student assessment of strength of their classmates, rigor of the academic workload, and the perceived academic pressure.

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  • Social Entrepreneurship Experiences

    Some business people live for making money, but the new breed of social entrepreneurs focuses on changing lives.  For students who join in on TCU’s social entrepreneurship trips, it’s a chance to put their business acumen to work for a good cause.

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