TCU MBA earns high marks in new rankings

U.S. News & World Report, Military Times and Expansion all tout Neeley School graduate program among world's best.

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by Sandy Record
Updated: Monday, March 23, 2015

TCU MBA is ranked highly in three rankings announced this week.

U.S. News & World Report ranks the Neeley School’s full-time MBA No. 63 out of the 464 graduate business schools surveyed for the 2016 Best Graduate Business Programs ranking, up from No. 76 last year. The rankings are based on recruiter surveys, job placement, salaries, quality of students and input from other business school deans.

Military Times ranks the Neeley School No. 56 for veterans in the Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015 ranking based on veteran culture and curriculum, cost in the context of military and veteran benefits, overall veteran policies and publicly available quality measures.

“The transition from the Army into the business world is not an easy one. The TCU MBA program gave me the confidence and business acumen I needed to jumpstart my career and continue to be successful as I take on roles with increased responsibility,” commented former Army Captain David Boelens ’11, now principal materials program manager, RSS development, for Raytheon’s space and airborne systems.

Expansion, Mexico’s largest business magazine, ranks the Neeley School No. 51 in the world in the annual Best Global MBA ranking based on GMAT scores, research, return in investment, faculty quality, percentage of international students and other criteria.

“Since graduating from TCU with my MBA more than 10 years ago, I have moved from the United States to South America and have visited 15 different countries for my job, so for me the TCU MBA is definitely a global MBA and certainly one of the best,” commented Omar Mata ’02, CFO program leader for Deloitte in Chile.

TCU MBA is ranked highly in three rankings announced this week.

U.S. News & World Reportranks the Neeley School’s full-time MBA No. 63 out of the 464 graduate business schools surveyed for the 2016 Best Graduate Business Programs ranking, up from No. 76 last year. The rankings are based on recruiter surveys, job placement, salaries, quality of students and input from other business school deans.

Military Timesranks the Neeley School No. 56 for veterans in the Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015 ranking based on veteran culture and curriculum, cost in the context of military and veteran benefits, overall veteran policies and publicly available quality measures.

“The transition from the Army into the business world is not an easy one. The TCU MBA program gave me the confidence and business acumen I needed to jumpstart my career and continue to be successful as I take on roles with increased responsibility,” commented former Army Captain David Boelens ’11, now principal materials program manager, RSS development, for Raytheon’s space and airborne systems.

Expansion, Mexico’s largest business magazine, ranks the Neeley School No. 51 in the world in the annual Best Global MBA ranking based on GMAT scores, research, return in investment, faculty quality, percentage of international students and other criteria.

“Since graduating from TCU with my MBA more than 10 years ago, I have moved from the United States to South America and have visited 15 different countries for my job, so for me the TCU MBA is definitely a global MBA and certainly one of the best,” commented Omar Mata ’02, CFO program leader for Deloitte in Chile.

TCU MBA is ranked highly in three rankings announced this week.

U.S. News & World Report ranks the Neeley School’s full-time MBA No. 63 out of the 464 graduate business schools surveyed for the 2016 Best Graduate Business Programs ranking, up from No. 76 last year. The rankings are based on recruiter surveys, job placement, salaries, quality of students and input from other business school deans.

Military Times ranks the Neeley School No. 56 for veterans in the Best for Vets: Business Schools 2015 ranking based on veteran culture and curriculum, cost in the context of military and veteran benefits, overall veteran policies and publicly available quality measures.

“The transition from the Army into the business world is not an easy one. The TCU MBA program gave me the confidence and business acumen I needed to jumpstart my career and continue to be successful as I take on roles with increased responsibility,” commented former Army Captain David Boelens ’11, now principal materials program manager, RSS development, for Raytheon’s space and airborne systems.

Expansion, Mexico’s largest business magazine, ranks the Neeley School No. 51 in the world in the annual Best Global MBA ranking based on GMAT scores, research, return in investment, faculty quality, percentage of international students and other criteria.

“Since graduating from TCU with my MBA more than 10 years ago, I have moved from the United States to South America and have visited 15 different countries for my job, so for me the TCU MBA is definitely a global MBA and certainly one of the best,” commented Omar Mata ’02, CFO program leader for Deloitte in Chile.

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