The Neeley School offers challenging Accelerated, Full-Time and Professional/Evening MBA Programs in a personalized, highly interactive environment. A broad-based, intergrated curriculum is combined with unique opportunities for hands-on experience. In and out of the classroom, students hone the skills necessary for a successful career.
The 12-Month Accerlerated MBA Program is targeted to individuals with significant academic and professional background in business who are looking to move forward within their career. This program provides the benefits of a full-time MBA without an extended absence from the job market.
The Full-Time MBA Program is challenging two year experience that allows students to fully focus on academic and professional develoment. Several experiential learning programs allow students to stretch in new fields or industries with the support and feedback while enhancing their resume.
The Professional/Evening MBA Program is an evening-only option for working professionals that allow students to earn a competitive graduate business degree while balancing the demands of career and family. The Professional MBA Program features the same nationally recognized faculty, demanding academic regimen and extensive networking opportunities as our traditional Full-Time MBA Program. The flexibility of choosing a 24, 28 or 33 month curriculum allows students to complete the program at a pace that suit their needs.
The Neeley EMBA program at TCU combines excellent faculty, experienced students, cutting edge educational technology and classes with appropriate enrollments to create a stimulating learning environment. This 16 month program is designed to meet two educational needs of already successful managers and executives who wish to advance their careers.
One educational need is the development of extensive business knowledge. To do this, the curriculum includes courses in accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, operations, statistics, supply chain, and business strategy. In all classes, instructors emphasize the application of course content into business operations through discussions that require students to use their experience based knowledge.
The second educational need is the development of leadership skills which is accomplished through six components: a) the specification of six skills that are critical for executive leadership success: strategic vision, analysis, decision making, influencing others, teamwork, and communication; b) an executive leadership course that addresses applied leadership issues; c) the requirement of a leadership skill development plan; d) an assigned professional coach to each student; e) results from leadership behavior surveys collected from direct reports, peers, and managers; and e) faculty assessments of each students demonstration of one leadership skill during each course.