TU’s MBA options include an experiential, full-time program that bridges classroom learning and business application, a part-time, flexible program that fits a working professional’s schedule and a combined Bachelor’s/MBA for exceptional undergraduates. No matter which option you choose, you’ll gain critical thinking skills in a personal environment that will set you apart from the competition and prepare you to lead an organization through future business challenges.
Full-time MBA: Partnering with Business
The experience-infused MBA blurs the lines between the classroom and the workplace by partnering with top players in the business community. Aimed at answering industry needs with job-ready graduates who can solve today’s corporate challenges, the rigorous curriculum is combined with intense experiential learning in an extremely personal environment. Students of the cohort-style program either work in teams to address issues at local businesses and nonprofit organizations or undertake an entrepreneurial project. They also partner with a mentor, complete an internship and take a multidisciplinary business applications capstone course.
MBA for Working Professionals
Ambitious, employed professionals looking for a career boost can complete an MBA on a part-time basis in a convenient evening format at the Collins College of Business. The program is popular with engineers and other specialists who need broad business education to move into project management or other management positions. It is also suitable for mid-level business professionals seeking leadership opportunities. Students complete 36 credit hours of comprehensive business study that can be applied to current on-the-job situations, allowing for advancement beyond their current level.
3+1.5 Accelerated MBA (BSBA + MBA)
Highly motivated, top performing students can fast-track completion of both a Bachelor’s degree and an MBA in a total of four-and-a-half years. For first three years, students follow a standard undergraduate curriculum, gaining admission into the graduate program during their junior year and completing the full-time MBA program in three semesters.