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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.
If you’re wondering how you can possibly manage to go through an Executive MBA program like the one at Neeley while working full time and raising a family, take a look at some of the women who have already done it, like Jennifer Deerman, ’17, who entered the program the same time as her husband while they raised three kids, ran two businesses, and moved to a new house. Or Kim Speairs, ’14, a single mother of two who graduated valedictorian while working full-time and fighting cancer.
What you learn in an MBA program is crucial – that’s the whole point, after all. But sometimes it’s the little extras that make a big difference. Take it from our students.
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Peter Sikes '17
He previously served as Senior Manager of Analytics at Williamson-Dickie Mfg. Co., and now holds the position of Director of Customer Analytics & Execution for the company. Congratulations, Peter!
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