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You don’t have to wait until graduation to start reaping rewards; you’ll learn things in class you can implement immediately.
We’ve strategically structured our program with research on today’s most effective leaders – including insights from leadership development experts Korn/Ferry.
It’s not just about the professors you’ll have or the classes you’ll take. It’s about living every moment of the experience to its fullest.
Time may seem like the biggest barrier between you and an MBA, but there are ways the Neeley program makes it easier to find balance.
The Economist ranks the TCU Neeley EMBA as #1 in Texas, #5 in the United States, and #12 overall in the world.
preview luncheon features a panel of alumni who offer their personal insight
into the benefits, challenges and experience of the TCU Neeley Executive MBA
program. Here are some of our favorite soundbites from the June 7 luncheon.
Leadership development is a core component of the Neeley Executive MBA program – but can you really learn leadership? Isn’t it just something you are either good at or not?
Dr. Linda LaCoste, Director of EMBA Student Services and Operations and faculty for the personal leadership development process at Neeley, explains: “Leadership development isn’t a course in the program: It’s baked into every course.” As a student, you become the facilitator, while Neeley provides content and experiences that let you hone your skills.
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Dr. Deborah Morris-Harris '17
Prism Health North Texas has named Dr. Morris-Harris as its first chief medical officer. The position was created to provide leadership in the organization’s clinical research studies department. Congratulations!
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