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One of the strongest attributes of the Texas Executive MBA is the highly-acclaimed faculty of the McCombs School of Business. McCombs faculty are an experienced, dynamic, interactive group of knowledge leaders who consistently rank among the top 10 nationally in terms of research impact among business schools. Their passion for teaching is evidenced by their accessibility to the students, a distinct advantage of the program.

Classes are taught using a unique blend of case-based curricula, real-world examples and strong academic theories, making an essential real-time link between the classroom and industry. The world-class McCombs faculty fully engage you and your classmates to build knowledge, create understanding in core business principles and develop thought leadership that is theoretically grounded, practical, and relevant.

Many of the Texas Executive MBA faculty teach in our other MBA programs, and every member of the faculty is dedicated to maintaining the high standards of excellence that are expected from The University of Texas at Austin and the Texas MBA program.

 Faculty Member      Class 
 Ryan Bagchi  Operations Management
 Michael Sadler  Managerial Economics
 John Burrows  Managing People and Organizations
 Patrick Badolato  Financial Statement Analysis
 Frank B. Cross  Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
 Doug Dierking  Art and Science of Negotiation
 John Doggett  Global Management
 Kapil Jain  Marketing Management
 Steve Courter  Strategic Management
 Ross Jennings  Financial Accounting
 David Platt   Managerial Accounting
 Ramesh K.S. Rao  Financial Management
 Tom Sager  Statistics

McCombs Knowledge T0 Go Series

To experience the McCombs Faculty first-hand, we invite you to join us for The McCombs Knowledge To Go series, a monthly one-hour webinar presented by the leading minds at McCombs. These webinars are conducted live on the second Tuesday of the month at noon Central time, USA, and are archived and posted onto the web for others to see who can't join live. You’ll get a chance to learn about today’s most urgent business issues from our world-renowned faculty from your desktop.