Energize your career. If you are in – or want to be in – the energy industry, the TCU Energy MBA gives you the credibility you need to get in and move up. Our evening-only format is ideal for working professionals, either on campus or via remote live learning. You’ll learn solid business principles with special insight into the unique local and global challenges and opportunities of a career in energy. In less than two years, you can earn this powerful MBA designation from an AAPL accredited university.

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Not Ready for the Master's Degree?

Just nine semester hours can diversify your energy knowledge through our certificate program.

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Faculty Quality in the World
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Option for Online Learning

You can access TCU Energy MBA classes from any location that your career has taken you, whether that’s DFW or Alaska. Live synchronous online learning allows you to earn your MBA remotely, while still being part of class discussions and activities as they happen.

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The TCU Energy MBA Offers You

  • In-depth knowledge in energy issues with energy-specific courses, mentors who are industry experts, and a 10-day international trip to an energy-rich region.
  • Credibility with a sought-after MBA credential from a nationally recognized business school.
  • Personal and professional connections with experienced classmates, alumni and faculty, including movers and shakers in the DFW Metroplex and around the world.
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Accelerated Program for Exceptional Students

You may be eligible to accelerate your MBA with just 36 semester hours instead of 42.

Industry Experts
In addition to the nationally recognized faculty at TCU Neeley, you'll learn from industry experts with extensive top-level experience in the energy field – from our advisory board, who act as mentors for our students and inform our curriculum – to guest speakers, who help round out your exposure to the various nuances of the energy industry. Meet the board.

Evening Graduate Programs Class Profile

26%
Women
44%
Under Represented Minorities
11%
Active Military or Veterans
6.1
Years Average Work Experience
29
Average Age
540
Average GMAT Score
54%
Non-business Majors
46%
Earned Undergrad Business Degrees

Alcon® Laboratories
American Airlines®
Bank of America
Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.
BNSF Railway
Campbell Soup
CBRE
Charles Schwab
Chevron
City of Fort Worth
Concho Resources
EOG Resources
Fidelity Investments
GM Financial
   Haggar Clothing Co.
Jones Lang LaSalle
KWS Manufacturing
Lockheed Martin
North Texas Specialty Physicians
Oncor Electric Delivery
Park Place Lexus
Sabre
Textron
United States Air Force
United States Army
United States Marine Corps 
Valero Energy
XTO Energy

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Defense
Education
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Energy
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Finance
Government
Healthcare
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Technology
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