Texas Christian University is a private comprehensive university highly ranked in multiple areas, located in Fort Worth, and accredited by the SACSCOC. Since 1873 it has grown to host over 11,000 students annually, with over 275 student organizations, a strong, diverse academic community, a friendly environment, study abroad opportunities, and an excellent alumni network. Founded on a covenant with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), TCU prepares responsible global citizens and ethical leaders through ten colleges and schools and over 210 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, including an online MBA.
The AACSB-accredited Neeley School of Business is “hands-on, personalized, and globally recognized.” Through exceptional faculty mentoring students and instructing a rigorous curriculum, Neeley fully prepares its students to be “more than smart” and have the confidence, strength, and excitement to succeed in the global marketplace. Seven academic departments offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, while six centers and institutes provide experiential learning opportunities.
Undergraduate majors include Business Information Systems, Finance with a Real Estate Concentration, Management, Marketing, Accounting, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Supply & Value Chain Management, and Management Double Majors. There are also several minors and a couple of certificate programs in FinTech and Consultative Sales.
Graduate students have a Full-time MBA, Master’s in Business Analytics, Master’s in Accounting, two Professional MBAs (in-person and online), Professional MBA + Health Policy & Management, Energy MBA, Master’s in Supply Chain Management, Executive MBA, and dual degrees.
Poets & Quants ranks TCU #2 Undergrad Starting Salaries in Texas, #4 Undergrad Alumni Experience in the U.S., and #19 Best Undergrad Business School in the U.S. Bloomberg Businessweek gives TCU the #4 spot in Full-time MBA in Texas. In contrast, the Economist ranks TCU #1 Best EMBA in Texas, #1 Faculty Quality in the World, and #13 Executive MBA.
Online MBA Requirements
Suppose you desire to pivot careers, advance to a higher level, grow your business, or strive for a C-suite position. In that case, the TCU Professional Online MBA is an excellent addition to your journey. It has optimized interactivity, immersive opportunities to build relationships through four in-residence weekends, engaging professors, and synchronous coursework where you work with a cohort of students. You complete 42 credit hours with online classes two evenings per week for 24 to 33 months. Every student will experience an included week-long international trip.
Some of the core courses required include Business Simulation, Financial Reporting, Global Environment of Business, Statistical Models, Managing Information Technology, Essential of Motivation, Strategy Implementation, Business Analytics, Managerial Economics, and Marketing Management. Students also choose from a variety of electives to customize their degree plans. Concentration options include Marketing, Finance, and Supply Chain Management.
Applicants must have an accredited bachelor’s degree. Submitted documents must reveal their academic ability, leadership qualities, and professional work experience. You must complete an application, essays, and possibly a personal interview. Other submissions include a $100 application fee, GMAT scores unless you qualify for a waiver, official transcripts, and three professional reference contacts.