Find the perfect program to help you take your next step.
Master the knowledge, skills and tools required to lead in our increasingly competitive global economy. Executive Education at UT Dallas has the faculty expertise to help you become a global leader in business management, leadership education, and executive development.
Executive Education Programs at the Jindal School
Executive MBA Programs
Get your MBA in a classroom setting with other working professionals.
- Executive MBA (EMBA)
- Global Leadership MBA (GLEMBA)
- EMBA with emphasis in Healthcare Leadership and Management (for physicians)
- EMBA with emphasis in Healthcare Leadership and Management (for professionals)
- EMBA with emphasis in Product Lifecycle & Supply Chain Management
- EMBA with emphasis in Project Management
Executive Master’s Programs
Pursue your master’s degree alongside other working professionals.
Gain focused knowledge in specific areas of interest and earn academic credits in these programs that can be transferred to degree programs.
Get up to date knowledge on cutting edge topics that are in demand in the current work environment. A university degree is not required for admission.
Corporate Education within the Naveen Jindal School of Management partners with corporations and organizations to maximize the performance of their leaders. We design, develop and deliver highly interactive learning experiences that are relevant and engaging for our client’s leaders. Corporate Education’s primary mission is to develop leaders who are able to lead effectively now and in the years to come.
Executive Education Articles
An Excellent Career Investment
When I am asked what makes a good executive MBA candidate, several thoughts come to mind. I’m looking for mature working professionals that are ready to invest in accelerating their career.
Scholarship Vs. Discount
A scholarship is a payment toward your tuition, but a discount reduces your tuition. While a scholarship certainly sounds more elite than a discount, the outcome is essentially the same. A scholarship is a payment toward your tuition, but a discount reduces your tuition.
The power of your personal story
Each individual has a story to tell, yet when it comes to the admissions essay, many essays fall short because the applicant fails to effectively convey their story. The beginning of the essay should capture the reader’s attention.
What is the difference between EMBA and PMBA?
UT Dallas offers five paths to earning an MBA. Each MBA requires 53 credit hours to complete and all are accredited by AACSB – the gold standard for business schools. Tuition, curriculum and admissions are different, however, for each of these MBA options.
Curriculum is key for students
Creating and maintaining a relevant curriculum is key for students to achieve the maximum return on investment (ROI) in an executive MBA program. Emerging technologies are becoming an integral part of our business environment..