Neeley School of Business
- The annual Richards Barrentine Values and Ventures® Business Plan Competition invites college students from around the world to compete for cash prizes for viable new businesses that make money while creating value for people, the community or the environment.
- Neeley & Associates MBA students are hired by major organizations to work on consulting projects that generate quality outcomes while providing résumé-enhancing experience.
- Neeley Fellows and BNSF Next Generation Leadership programs provide exceptional curricular and co-curricular opportunities for select TCU business students.
- Neeley School faculty members consistently conduct groundbreaking business research that is published in prestigious journals. They consult for major corporations and offer expert insight on current business news.
- Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Neeley School No. 27 among Best Undergraduate Business Schools in the nation and No. 46 for Full-Time MBA.
- In specialty areas, Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the Neeley School 6th in Entrepreneurship, 13th in Finance, 17th in Corporate Strategy, 19th in Marketing, 24th in International Business, 32nd in Supply Chain and 48th in Accounting.
- Entrepreneur ranks the Neeley School No. 20 among the Top Colleges for Entrepreneurship.
• Gartner ranks the Neeley School No. 13 in the nation for an excellent undergraduate supply chain program.
- The Economist ranks the TCU Executive MBA No. 21 in the world and the TCU MBA program No. 35 in the United States.
- TCU MBA faculty rank No. 1 in the world in The Economist ranking.
- The Entrepreneurship Club at TCU is the Best Chapter in the Nation as awarded by the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization, and is the largest chapter, encompassing students from all majors across TCU.
- The Neeley Entrepreneurship Program is a National Model Entrepreneurship Program, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Point of pride:
Bloomberg Businessweek has ranked the Neeley School among the top 30 business schools in the nation five years in a row. The Economist ranks the MBA faculty 1st in the world and the Executive MBA 21st in the world.