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Naveen Jindal School of Management

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Naveen Jindal School of Management, Richardson United States

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# 79Executive MBA Rankings - Global

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About Naveen Jindal School of Management

UT Dallas MBA students can choose between flexible program formats to select the option that best meets their needs.  The goal is to provide our diverse student body a comprehensive management education as well as the opportunity to concentrate in an area of their interest. 
Graduates receive masters level knowledge of the principles and techniques of finance, marketing, accounting and statistics. Graduates master both the technical and the human aspects of management, learning how to apply cutting-edge technology and analytical methods along with how to maximize organizational capabilities and global relationships. These graduates are able to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, technology-driven, global society. 
UT Dallas Jindal School of Management currently offers the following MBA opportunities:

  • Full-Time MBA (Cohort)
  • Professional MBA Evening Cohort
  • Professional MBA Flex
  • Professional MBA Online
  • Global Leadership MBA (Online)
  • Executive MBA

All UT Dallas MBA options require 53 credit hours.  MBA students may select from more than 200  electives in certain programs and have the option to combine their MBA with a specialized master of science degree for a minimum of 63 credit hours total. The school also offers double degrees to MBA students giving the opportunity to share coursework between the MBA and another MS program. This offers career advancement, time and tuition benefits. A broad array of internship and scholarship opportunities are made available to the Jindal School students each academic year. 
The school operates its own Career Management Center, which students may use in addition to the campus-wide UT Dallas Career Center. More than 60 student organizations are based in the school. Most of these focus on career development in specific fields and build networking, internship and employment opportunities.

About Naveen Jindal School of Management

UT Dallas MBA students can choose between flexible program formats to select the option that best meets their needs.  The goal is to provide our diverse student body a comprehensive management education as well as the opportunity to concentrate in an area of their interest. 
Graduates receive masters level knowledge of the principles and techniques of finance, marketing, accounting and statistics. Graduates master both the technical and the human aspects of management, learning how to apply cutting-edge technology and analytical methods along with how to maximize organizational capabilities and global relationships. These graduates are able to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, technology-driven, global society. 
UT Dallas Jindal School of Management currently offers the following MBA opportunities:

  • Full-Time MBA (Cohort)
  • Professional MBA Evening Cohort
  • Professional MBA Flex
  • Professional MBA Online
  • Global Leadership MBA (Online)
  • Executive MBA

All UT Dallas MBA options require 53 credit hours.  MBA students may select from more than 200  electives in certain programs and have the option to combine their MBA with a specialized master of science degree for a minimum of 63 credit hours total. The school also offers double degrees to MBA students giving the opportunity to share coursework between the MBA and another MS program. This offers career advancement, time and tuition benefits. A broad array of internship and scholarship opportunities are made available to the Jindal School students each academic year. 
The school operates its own Career Management Center, which students may use in addition to the campus-wide UT Dallas Career Center. More than 60 student organizations are based in the school. Most of these focus on career development in specific fields and build networking, internship and employment opportunities.

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Naveen Jindal School of Management is one of the top universities in Richardson, United States. It is ranked #79 in Executive MBA Rankings - Global 2023.

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FAQs

The Full-Time (Cohort) MBA and Part-Time (Professional) MBA programs share the same MBA curriculum both are 53 semester credit hours as well as the same faculty. Also, there is no differentiation on your diploma as to which MBA program you graduate from. The main tangible differences between the two programs involve three main criterion --program length, program cost and career support provided. An intangible difference would be the feel of the program. The Full-Time (Cohort) MBA is a more traditional graduate experience where students leave the workforce for a minimum of two semesters while obtaining their advanced degree. Program Length: The Full-Time (Cohort) MBA program is completed in 16 months where core classes are held Monday through Thursday during the day with electives taken in the evening. The class consists of 50-60 students and commences every August. Full-Time students are not encouraged to work during their first two semesters. Most students complete their internship during the third semester. Of those students with internships, some have received job offers immediately after their internship. These students have opted to remain with their internship employer while finishing their coursework and have the option to extend their degree by one semester to finish the program on a more part-time basis. Our December graduation allows students to re-enter the workforce a semester earlier than traditional May graduates. With the Professional (Evening) MBA program you are able to set your own pace each semester, based on your availability to attend classes and balance work. You decide how quickly to progress through the coursework. The average student spends 3 years completing this degree (this assumes 6 credit hours a semester). Students now have the option to enroll in our Professional MBA Evening Cohort where students take all their core classes together and complete their degree in 24 months. Program cost: The Full-Time (Cohort) MBA Program costs approximately $30,000 for residents and scholarship recipients and $54,000 for non-residents. The Part-Time (Professional) MBA program is roughly $42,000 for residents. However, the total cost for the Part-Time Professional MBA is dependent upon the number of credit hours you enroll in every semester (i.e. evening cohort students can expect to pay around $39,000). The cost of the Professional MBA Program would be the same as the Full-Time if a Professional MBA student completed their MBA in 16 months. Career support: All students in the MBA program have two career offices to help secure internships and full-time employment; the campus wide UT Dallas Career Center and the Naveen Jindal School of Management’s Career Management Center. These two offices work in tandem, and JSOM students are encouraged to use services at one or both centers. The Full-Time MBA students have several additional means of career guidance; a personal executive mentor, Executive Link sessions, and personalized career coaching sessions. Our program specific Executive Link sessions which give small groups of Full-Time MBA students the opportunity to meet with local executives in an intimate setting. As a Full-Time (Cohort) MBA student, support from the career center is built into the program. In fact, our students meet with the career center before attending orientation! This is not the case for the Professional MBA Program. Part-Time (Professional) MBA students are assumed to be employed with assistance from the career center available on an as needed basis.
The most recent rankings are included below. Full–Time MBA No. 16 (tied) among public university programs and No. 37 (tied) overall, U.S. News & World Report (2015) No. 3 for MBA Program with Most Financial Value at Graduation, U.S. News and World Report (2014) No. 28 among public university programs and No. 61 overall for U.S programs delivering sustainability and social impact curriculums, Beyond Grey Pinstripes, The Aspen Institute (2011) No. 12 of the Most Selective Full-Time MBA Programs in the U.S.,Poets and Quants (2011) Designated as one of the best in the U.S., Princeton Review (2012) No. 3 in the Women in Global Business Schools, QS TOPMBA, (2013) Professional MBA No. 12 (tied) among public university Professional MBA Programs and No. 22 (tied) overall, U.S. News & World Report (2015) No. 12 among public university Professional MBA Programs, No. 26 overall and No. 3 regionally, Bloomberg BusinessWeek (2013) Executive MBA No. 12 among U.S. – based public university Executive MBA Programs, Financial Times (2013) No. 14 among public U.S. – based university Executive MBA Programs and No. 38 overall, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, (2013) Online Graduate Business Programs No. 4 for Best Online Graduate Business Programs, U.S. News & World Report (2014) No. 14 among Business School in the U.S. with Online MBA Programs, Poets & Quants (2013)
16 months with an optional extension of one semester to finish completing your elective courses.
Yes, we accept the GRE score for all of our MBA Programs.
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