Neeley School of Business at TCU


Neeley School of Business at TCU

The Neeley School of Business is the undergraduate and graduate business school at Texas Christian University (TCU), a private university located in Fort Worth, Texas. The Neeley School is fully accredited by the AACSB; Neeley’s Accounting program is among approximately 200 schools worldwide to be accredited by AACSB. The school provides a range of business education programs, including: BBA, Full-time MBA (21 months), Part-time MBA (24-33 months), Accelerated MBA (12 months), and Executive MBA (16 months), Master of Accounting, Master of International Management, and MBA/Ed.D.

Rankings

The school is recognized among the best by "The Wall Street Journal", "BusinessWeek", "Forbes", "Fortune" and "The Princeton Review". The Master of Accounting program has one of the best CPA exam pass rates in Texas, according to the Texas State Board of Public Accounting.

Location

TCU is located in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the "Fourth Best Metropolitan Area for Business," according to "Forbes" magazine. Metroplex corporations participate in Neeley School mentorships, internships, special projects, and hiring. The Metorplex is home to DFW International Airport. The Neeley School has active International connections and study abroad programs.

History

The Neeley School is one of the oldest in Texas. TCU was founded in 1873 by brothers Addison and Randolph Clark in Thorp Spring, Texas, as AddRan Male and Female College, and the School of Business opened in 1884 as Commercial School, renamed School of Business in 1896, and College of Business in 1901. The Department of Business Administration was established in 1922, and became the School of Business in 1938, the first year to offer a master of business administration. Student organizations included the TCU Chamber of Commerce, begun in 1939, and the Collegiate Business and Professional Women’s Club. E. M. Sowell was appointed the first dean in 1944. In 1967, the School of Business was named for M.J. Neeley in honor of his personal service of 25 years on the TCU Board of Trustees and financial contributions to TCU. Applications have risen steadily in recent years. The Neeley School of Business currently makes up one-third of the TCU student population.

Degree programs

A variety of Master of Business Administration degree programs offer options for specific needs:

*Full-time MBA (21 months)

*Professional MBA (part-time, evening program for working professionals)

*Accelerated MBA (12 months full-time)

*Executive MBA (Fridays and Saturdays for experienced working professionals)
Specialty graduate programs include:

*Master of International Management

*MBA/Ed.D.

*Master of Accounting
The Bachelor of Business Administration includes majors in:

*Accounting, Business Information Systems, Entrepreneurial Management, Finance, Finance with Real Estate Concentration, Marketing and Supply Chain and Value Chain Management

*International Emphasis may be added to any business major

*Minors in business include Accounting, Finance and General Business - for non-business majors

tudent initiatives

*Neeley & Associates Consulting - MBA students work on projects for national and international businesses, providing hands-on experience for students and quality consultation for the business organizations

*Neeley Fellows – undergraduate honors program

*BNSF Next Generation Leadership – undergraduate leadership program

*Student Organizations – American Marketing Association, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Collegiate Entrepreneurs Club (CEO), Delta Sigma Pi, E-Business Association, Financial Management Association, Neeley Associates, Society for Human Resource Management, and Students in Free Enterprise

Centers of study

*Tandy Center for Executive Leadership

** The Tandy Center for Executive Leadership was founded by the Anne Burnett and Charles D. Tandy Foundation to strengthen American business. The center provides leadership training for major corporations and individuals through executive education, executive coaching, certification classes and a speaker series featuring prominent CEOs.

*Neeley Entrepreneurship Center

**The Neeley Entrepreneurship Center builds the skills and confidence of prospective and existing young entrepreneurs through exceptional teaching, scholarships, internships, research and awards. Special programs include the TCU Texas Youth Entrepreneur of the Year, Family Business Seminar, Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year, Small Business of the Year and Entrepreneurial Expo. The TCU Collegiate Entrepreneur (COE) organization is the largest in the U.S.
*Supply & Value Chain Center

** The Supply and Value Chain Center develops future global supply chain leaders through academics and programs, the exchange of ideas and best practices between business partners, faculty, students and supply chain experts, and sponsoring leading edge research. The center hosts the annual Global Supply Chain Conference.
*LKCM Center for Financial Studies

**The LKCM Center for Financial Studies is named in honor of Luther King Capital Management, a leading investment advisory firm. The center enhances Neeley’s finance program with scholarships, research awards, industry partnerships and employment opportunities. The center sponsors the TCU High School Investor Challenge and the Investment Strategies Conference.

Faculty and research

Chairs and Professorships
Research Highlights

References

[http://www.neeley.tcu.edu Neeley School website]
[http://www.tcu.edu TCU website]

ee also

List of United States business school rankings

List of business schools in the United States


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