Health Care MBA | Neeley Health Care Initiatives
The TCU Health Care MBA is the latest health care initiative from the Neeley School, which has provided leadership in the health care industry for a number of years.
- Neeley faculty are active participants in organizational, cultural and systems research at JPS Health Network.
- In 2011, the Neeley School partnered with the School of Public Health at UNT Health Science Center so students in both graduate programs could take courses on each other’s campus to better prepare them for management careers in health care.
- Neeley’s Executive Education delivers a custom program for Cook Children’s Health Care System and its physician network that focuses on the changing health care environment as it applies to specific strategies and challenges within the Cook Children’s organization. Learn more
- Students in the Full-time MBA and Professional MBA programs can complete a health care industry emphasis with electives designed to prepare students for careers in health, medicine and pharmaceuticals.
TCU took broad steps to expand our leadership position in the field of health care with the announcement of a new medical school collaboration:
- In July 2015, TCU announced it had entered into a memorandum of understanding with the UNT Health Science Center to create a new MD school in Fort Worth. The school, planning to accept its first class in 2018, will be among the leading institutions in the nation in providing a team-oriented educational approach that benefits patients and shapes the future practice and business of medicine. Learn more