One esteemed Texas MBA degree offered through six different program formats in four different locations.
Start your career in intellectual leadership at the McCombs School of Business. The primary goal of the Ph.D. program is to prepare students for exceptional academic careers in business schools. Highly competitive, the Ph.D. programs receive hundreds of applications but admit only around five percent of applicants each year from U.S. schools and top international institutions.
McCombs faculty members are more than instructors: They are leaders in the global business community. The ground-breaking research that starts here goes on to change the world—and each year the innovative thinkers who choose to call McCombs “home” inspire students, professionals, and each other to do great things.
Non-degree programs designed to:
Choose from over 40 challenging classes in a variety of concentrations that foster engaged learning and peer-to-peer interaction.
A focused series of classes that strengthen the intellectual and leadership capacity of individuals
Make Texas Executive Education your strategic partner for designing and delivering customized programs that meet your organization’s specific goals
The connections you make in business school are a valuable part of your degree. The McCombs Alumni Network will ensure they are lifetime bonds by keeping you in touch with fellow alumni and the school. Whether changing jobs, hiring employees or seeking greater business knowledge, you can depend on your Alumni Network to assist you.
The 2015 Triennial Report offers a glimpse of progress at McCombs and provides insight into the school's strategic planning.
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