Born in the Great Depression, TCU’s Neeley School of Business is reinventing itself again to meet new challenges of a changing world. But one constant remains –– the close bonds formed among its students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Features | Topics: Business
It takes more than great grades and top scores to get in Neeley. Students also have to interview to get in.
A glittering gala celebrates the past and looks to the future
Neeley alumni recall influential professors and mentors who helped launch their careers.
1938: TCU’s Department of Business Administration officially becomes the School of Business, offers the Bachelor of Science in Commerce degree and introduces the Master of Business Administration degree. 1944: The School of Business becomes the seventh major unit in TCU’s academic structure. E.M. Sowell is appointed first dean. 1949: School of Business graduates grow to
Neeley students learn the art of haggling in Peru.
Campus News: Alma Matters | Topics: Business,study abroad
MBA students make connections in China.