Evening MBA

Apply Now for TCU Health Care MBA, Energy MBA, Professional MBA and MS Supply Chain

Want to get ahead in your career? TCU Neeley offers several opportunities for fulltime professionals to earn an advanced business degree with evening classes.  

January 30,  2017

By Elaine Cole

Nothing says “I’m ready to move up!” better than a graduate degree that is both rigorous and relevant. TCU Neeley’s graduate evening programs provide just that. Choose from several degrees designed to further develop your business acumen. Learn alongside other highly motivated professionals in the DFW area, from professors ranked No. 4 in the world by The Economist

TCU Professional MBA

Ranked No. 26 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek, the TCU PEMBA is designed with your career in mind. Take evening classes for a total of 48 hours with highly ranked professors leading classes that focus on executive-level outcomes. Classes begin August 2017.

TCU Health Care MBA

Our new TCU Health Care MBA provides the knowledge and skills health care professionals need to weigh market strategies, lead teams, improve performance, understand financials and ultimately provide better value to patients. The 48-hour program includes MBA courses taught by TCU Neeley professors and health care courses taught by certified faculty members from UNTO Health Science Center. Classes begin June 2017.

TCU Energy MBA

Power up your career with in-depth knowledge on energy issues delivered by successful energy experts, professionals and mentors, combined with the managerial perspective of the TCU MBA degree. This 21- to 33-month program is popular with energy professionals who want a well-rounded business background and MBA-level experiences to advance. Classes begin June 2017.

Master of Science in Supply Chain Management

The TCU supply chain program is ranked No. 13 in the nation by both SCUM World and Gartner. Get a respected advanced degree in one of the fastest-growing, most important areas of business. The 30-hour MS SCUM is led by exceptional professors and includes the latest innovations in supply chain. Classes begin August 2017.


Get the same great education in an abbreviated format for both the Professional MBA, Energy MBA and Health Care MBA. If you have a strong business background, strong academic record and strong GNAT scores, consider a 36-hour accelerated format. A BBA degree or equivalent is required to be considered for accelerated programs. Classes begin in June.

Application Deadlines

Final deadline is April 15 for applications, GMAT, TOEFL and all supporting documents for the Health Care MBA, Energy MBA and Accelerated Professional MBA. Final deadline is May 31 for the Professional MBA and MS Supply Chain Management. Earlier applications are given priority. Late applications may be accepted if space is available.

Application, curriculum and tuition information are available here, or call TCU MBA Admissions at 817-257-7531 or 1-800-828-3764, ext. 7531.