Your career consultants are available throughout the year to provide professional guidance and insight. You’ll also pair up with a Peer Advisor—a second-year Texas MBA student who was at your stage of career planning just a year before.
As part of of the Texas MBA+ Leadership program, you’ll have access to communication and specialty coaches—i.e., seasoned experts who are ready to work with you one-on-one to refine your skills in communication, leadership, strategy, organizational culture, and much more.
Your first semester, you’ll take “BA 181 - Strategic Career Planning,” a class designed to identify and begin developing your professional goals. You’ll perform a self-assessment, practice interviewing techniques, build out your personal brand and social media networking strategies, and learn how to research career options.
Connect with Employers
Almost 400 different employers participate in our recruiting events—networking receptions, career fairs, on-campus recruiting sessions, etc. There are countless ways to meet your future employer while finishing your Texas MBA degree.