Specialty Programs

Specialty Programs at Texas Executive Education provide you with additional opportunities for professional development. These classes, lectures, seminars, institutes, guest speakers, and other learning events are designed to complement our existing courses, and give you even more ways to see The Bigger Picture.

This program is focused on helping dental care professionals build business knowledge and hone skills for more successfully managing their practices.

This program is designed to prepare graduates for a variety of exciting careers in Health IT.

Building on the success of last year’s Veteran Accelerated Management Program, the new and expanded Accelerated Management Program is now open to veterans and non-veterans alike. This intense, 2-month program is taught by the world-class faculty of the McCombs School of Business and provides participants with the tools needed to succeed as leaders in the business world. Whether you are an entrepreneur looking to polish your business plan, or someone looking to enter or transition into the corporate world, this program will prepare you for success. Offered in partnership with VETTED.org (a non-profit organization that prepares veterans and military spouses for careers in corporations and entrepreneurial ventures), the Accelerated Management Program is a unique opportunity for participants to acquire business acumen while collaborating and engaging with a cohort full of high-achieving, high-potential individuals.

Offered in partnership with Great Learning, these programs enable participants to gain in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience with business analytics, machine learning, and AI concepts. The programs are a blend of synchronous and asynchronous online content, and take a practical approach to teaching analytics, AI and machine learning, equipping participants with necessary skills to make data-driven decisions. In addition to learning from world-class faculty and receiving personalized mentorship from industry experts in India and other Southeast Asian countries, participants work on a number of real-world projects and compete in hackathons, contributing to their body of work. Those who successfully complete the academic requirements are awarded a certificate from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin.