Neeley Notes: TCU Executive MBA Commercial
Still on the fence about pursuing an Executive MBA?  What if you could ask your future self for advice? How would you answer?  
Family, Time Management, Work/Life Balance

Is the Program Worth It?
An Executive MBA program requires a significant amount of time and money. Is it worth it for the return on investment?
Family, Leadership, Work/Life Balance

Kim Speairs, Director of Client Services, Balcom Agency, Class of 2014
Kim Speairs, Class of 2014, shares how she graduated as valedictorian despite a breast cancer diagnosis and treatment while completing the program – thanks to support from her classmates and professors.
Family, Time Management, Women, Work/Life Balance

Rita Kosnik, Professor of Management, Negotiations
Visiting faculty member Dr. Rita Kosnik offers tips on negotiating with your employer and your family for time to pursue your Executive MBA.
Family, Time Management

Dennis Feeney, SVP, Sales, Innovation First, Class of 2006
Dennis Feeney, Class of 2006, shares how connections he made in the Executive MBA Program have impacted both his personal and professional life.
Alumni, Family

18 Months Goes by Quickly
Returning to school for an MBA while working full time and raising a family can seem daunting. Here's how our students made it work for them.
Family, Women, Work/Life Balance